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Full text of "Munson's system of phonography. The dictionary of practical phonography giving the best phonographic forms for the words of the English language and for over five thousand proper names; also illustrating the principles of phrase-writing .."

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MUNSON'S SYSTEM OF PHONOGRAPHY. 



THE 



DICTIONARY 

OF 

PMCTICAL PHONOGRAPHY. 



GlVINa THE, BEST PHONOGBAPHIC FORMS FOE THE WORDS OP 

THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE (SIXTY THOUSAND), AND FOR OVER 

FIVE THOUSAND PROPER NAMES ; ALSO ILLUSTRATING THE 

PRINCIPLES OP PHEASE-WHITING ; ALTOGETHER 

REPRESENTING A MUCH LARGER NUMBER 

OP WORDS THAN ASY PREVIOUS 

SHORT-HAND DICTIONARY. 



BT 



JAMBS E. MUNSON, 



AUTHOR OF THE " COMPLETE PHONOGBAPHBR," ASD FOB EIGHTEEN 

TEARS A PRACTICAL LAW AND GENERAL VERBATIM 

REPORTER IN THE CITY OP NEW YORK. 



NEW YORK: 
PUBLISHED BY HURD AND HOUGHTON. 

187d. 



CopTTBiGHT, 1874 i3Y JAMES E. MUNSON. 



PREFACE. 



The completion of a phonographic dictionary of the English Ian.' 
guage so comprehensiYe as this, is an event of such importance that I 
feel impelled to devote considerable space to a review of the history 
and developement of the art of Phonography, and to a consideration 
of its ultimate bearing upon the question of the general adoption of 
Short-hand in place of our present long-hand, as the popular system 
of manuscript. It also seems especially desirable tiiat this should be 
done, in order tliat the public may be better informed on the subject, 
and thus made able to guard against misrepresentation and imposture. 
The first question that naturally arises i^^-- 

■WHAT tS PHONOGBAPHT? 

Phonography is both a Discove^ and an Invention. The Dis- 
covery wa^ made by Isaac Pitman, of Bath, England, nearly forty 
years ago, and was to the effect that all the consonant-sounds of the 
English language could, with philosophic accuracy, artistic beauty, 
and practical efficiency, be written with simple straight and curved 
lines, each I'equiring but a single movement of the pen; and that all 
the vowel-sounda could be written in an equally exact and satisfactory 
manner, with simple dots and dashes placed to those consonant-sigiis. 

Starting with this ground-work of a complete alphabet, both as re- 
gards simplicity and capacity for phonetic representation, through 
the contributions and suggestions of thousands of practical phonogra- 
phers, both in England and in this coimtry, Phonography has grown 
to be the most perfect system of language-writing in the world. This 
subsequent growth of the system, being somewhat empirical in its 
nature, comes properly imder the definition of Invention. Under this 
bead, too, provision is made for still further abridging the phono- 
graphic writing by means of compound signs formed from the original 
simple alphabetic characters, by the addition to them of various hooks, 



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modifications, circles and loops ; sucli signs being used to represent the 
natural groups of sounds as they occur in speech, and tending to in- 
crease both speed and legibility. 

PERFECTION OF PITMAN'S ALPHABET. 

It is a singular fact that the developement of Phonography, its 
changes, modifications, alterations and improvements, real or fancied, 
from the yei^ start, with a few slight exceptions, have been confined 
within the limits of these subordinate featui'es of the system, the hooks, 
modifications, etc., above mentioned, and have not at all afiected the 
Alphabet proper. With the exception of the signs for the letters w, y 
and Ji, the stenographic alphabets of all writers of works on Phonog- 
raphy have always been and still are precisely the same as that of Isaac 
Pitman as published by him thirty-four years ago. Indeed, consider- 
ing the state of the stenographic art at that time, this discovery of the 
Fhonogi'aphic Alphabet by Mr. Pitman seems like an inspiration. In 
the "Phonographic Class-Book" of Andrews and Boyle, the first text- 
book of the kind published in America, in speaking of their arrange- 
ment of the alphabet, the authors say ; "It is believed that this ar- 
rangement will exhibit the beautiful harmony of the system resulting 
from Mr. Pitman's analysis of the sounds, in a degree of which he 
himself has been hardly aware. Truth, when once discovered, un- 
folds new beauties to all who contemplate it. " After this record, and 
from the fact that all attempts to improve upon Pitman's alphabet 
(and many have been made by authors ambitious to found new short- 
hand systems) have hopelessly failed, it seems but fair to conclude that 
it is substantially perfect, and that in this respect we cannot look for 
improvement. The requirements of a scientific assignment and classifi- 
cation ef the stenographic characters, and the wants of the practical 
writer of the English language, seem to have been satisfied upon a 
common basis. 

GBOWTH OP PH0N06BAPHY. 

For the first eighteen or twenty years of the history of Phonogra- 
phy, although many changes were made, they were generally adopted 
after long discussion between phonographers in England and America, 
carried on in phonogi-aphic periodicals and in phonetic councils 
elected for the piwpose; and although Isaac Pitman gave the final 
decision upon all suggested alterations, and sometimes did it in a way 
that was too arbitraiy to be entirely satisfactory, the restilts were gen- 
erally acquiesced in by phonogi-aphers, and only one system was pub- 
lished in England and America. 



PREFACE. V 

Pitman's first short-hand publication, which was entitled " Steno- 
graphic Sound Hand," was issued in 1837. It consisted of twelve 
pages of letter-press, about four and a half by three inches in size, and 
two engraved pages of short-hand of the same size, at the bottom of 
one of which appeared the words, " Drawn by Isaac Pitman, Stenogra- 
pher. " This little book contained the germ of Phonography, although 
that tftle was not given to the system until the appearance of the " Sec- 
ond Edition, " in January, 1840. The title then adopted was, " Phonog- 
raphy, or writing by sound, being also a new and natm'al short-hand. " 
This "Edition," printed from a single engraved steel plate, eight 
by six and a half inches in size, was sold for one penny ; and Mr. 
Pitman notices the fact that it was published simultaneously with 
the establishment of the penny postage scheme. The " Thii'd Edition " 
appeared in December, 1840, and contained twenty-three octavo pages 
of letter-press, and fourteen pages of exercises engraved on wood. 
Then followed the " Fourth Edition, " in 1841, and the " Fifth Edi- 
tion " in 1842. The latter was issued in two forms, one of which was 
called the " Pocket Edition. " 

Up to and including the " Fifth Edition, " Mr. Pitman had done 
very little towards perfecting his art ; but after 1843, as will be shown 
farther on, the improvement was very marked and rapid. The sys- 
tem, as presented in the first five "Editions, " was exceedingly crude, 
and many of its prominent features were fanciful, absurd and imprac- 
ticable. Fortunately, however, at this point a number of practical 
verbatim reporters, attracted by the beauty of phonographic princi- 
ples, took the infant art in hand, and in the short space of three years, 
as shown by the " Seventh Edition, " published in 1845, order and sys- 
tem had taken the place of confusion, and improvement was every- 
where apparent. In 1847 the " Eighth Edition " was published ; and by 
the year 1849, a very high degi-ee of perfection had been attained, and 
the great superiority of Phonography over every other system of sten- 
ography was made unmistakably manifest. 

The improvements in the art of Phonogi'aphy dm-ing these years 
were certainly wonderful, but they were due almost entirely to the 
efibrts of a devoted band of phonographic reporters, the leader of 
which was Mr. Thomas Allen Reed, a noted phonographer of London. 
In the " Advertisement" to his " Keporter's Companion " of 1849, Mr. 
Pitman acknowledges his great indebtedness to Mr. Reed's assistance 
in the preparation of that work, and then, in closing, adds ; " Communi- 
cations from professional or private reporters, tending to increase still 



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further either the brevity or the legibility of the system, are respect- 
fully solicited. Address to Mr. T. A. Reed, at the publishers. " 

Had Isaac Pitman possessed the inclination or the power to have 
stopped all further changes in Phonography at that point, and had 
he done so, and then devoted all his energy and great industry to the 
propagation of the system, even as it then was, it is not at all improb- 
able that the use of our present long-hand, as the means of common, 
every-day written intercommunication, would have long since passed 
away. But Mr. Pitman was too enthusiastic a reformer to listen to 
the words of conservatism, and give Phonography a chance to tal^e 
root in a soil that was only too ready to receive it ; and, furthermore, 
the phonetic mistake had been made in the system — if not in theory, at 
least in the mode of representation-^^f treating w and y always as the 
equivalents of the vowel-sounds oo and e, whereas, at the commence- 
ment of syllables, they are clearly of a consonantal nature ; and so, in 
but a little more than one year, another great phonographic upheaval 
occurred. But on this occasion a phonetic council of one hundred 
persons (fifty in Qreat Britain and fifty in America) was elected by a 
popular vote of the phonographers of each country, for the purpose, 
among other things, of uniting the efforts and sMU of all in effecting 
some further improvements in the art. The president of the British 
Council was Mr. A. J. Ellis, who has since become so noted for his 
writings upon phonetics and kindred subjects, and among the mem- 
bers occurs the name, "A. M. Bell, professor of elocution," afterwards 
the author of "Visible Speech." Of the American Council, Dr. 
James W. Stone was president, and among the members were Stephen 
Pearl Andrews, author of works on " Universology," Prof. S. S. Hal- 
deman, of Columbia, Fa., and a number of our older phonographic 
reporters. The discussions of the United Council, which continued 
for more than a year, took a very wide range, but in regard to Pho- 
nogi'aphy, the chief result was the addition to the Alphabet of conso- 
nants stem-signs for vt, y and U. The system then, with its additional 
consonant-signs, and a few modifications of a minor character, wiis, 
in the year 1852, published as the "Ninth Edition." It was thought 
that the labors of this Council would give a permanent and unaltera- 
ble system, and Mr. Pitman joined in the expression of a general 
wish that such might be the case. But the quiet lasted only five years, 
for in 1857 appeared the " Tenth Edition," in which was introduced, 
with little or no warning, the very radical change of substituting the 
aih, a, e vowel-scale for the original e, a, ah scale. Both theoretically 



PSEFACIi. VU 

and practically the new scale is the true one, but it is doubtful if, on 
the whole, Isaac Pitman has improved his system by the change, 
because, in the practical details of Phonography, he has failed to 
conform fully to the new scale ; and especially is there lacking that 
strict adherence to word position, that characterizes our Phonography. 
Besides, by showing a disregard for the result of the labors of the 
Coimcil of 1851, and also for the wants of the practitioner, who is 
' greatly inconvenienced by such continual changing, Mr. Pitman paved 
the way for other and independent laborers in the same field. In Eng- 
land, under the protection of copyright, nothing could be published 
without Pitman's consent ; but in this country, no such barrier existed, 
and so the only two authors who were then in the field, declined to 
follow Isaac Pitman. In 1858 Mr. Graham published his Hand Book 
of "Standard" Phonography, in which the "Ninth Edition" was 
taken as the basis ; and shortly after, Mr. Benn Pitman, of Cincinnati, 
Ohio, who tmtil then had followed implicitly the publications of his 
brother Isaac, also issued a modification of the " Hinth Edition." 

The method of improving Phonography, adopted by- Isaac Pitmaa, 
of consulting with, and getting suggestions from, other phonogra- 
phers, and especially those who were using it constantly as professional 
verbatim reporters, to whom both speed and legibility were impor- 
tant, was an excellent one for discovering a vast amount of steno- 
graphic material, in the form of abbreviating expedients, together with 
the best modes of applying that material, — a work which no one person 
acting by himself, could hope to ever accomplish ; but, on the other 
hand, that method hasi been the means of rendering the system less 
simple, consistent and harmonious in its details. lAttle exceptional 
expedients have been introduced from time to time, which, at the time 
of their adoption, were useful and also comparatively harmless, 
because thefe was nothing with which they would conflict ; but which 
afterwards, on making some other change or addition, became a source 
of inconsistency and conflict. And yet those who had learned to use 
and value them were, for the sake of mere personal convenience, dis- 
inclined to vote for their expulsion. Finally, so numerous had these 
disturbing features become, that there was scarcely a rule of Phonog- 
raphy, even the most fundamental, to which there were not several and 
sometimes many exceptions. And when, in 1858, after the Hand Book 
of "Standard" Phonography was brought out, it appeared that its 
author had not only retained all of these old objectionable things, but 
bad added several others of like character, I resolved, having the aid 



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and counsel of other practical phonographers, to attempt the task 
of simplifying Phonography, a work then so much needed. I com- 
menced the undertaking in the winter of 1858-9, and most of the fea- 
tures of my present system were adopted at that time. .No important 
changes, however, were made except such as were necessary to cany 
out the general plan of simplification. The spirit of Pitman's Pho- 
nography was retained, but the accumulated rubbish, that retarded 
the progress of the leai'ner and hindered the practitioner, was cast off. 

To show how sweeping was this work of simplification, it is only 
necessary to exhibit, in parallel columns, the more important of the 
rules of the old Phonography by the side of the corresponding rules 
of our simplified system. For this purpose I have chosen the rules 
of the " Hand Book ; " but, in all essential points, they represent Benn 
Pitman's system as well. 

"HAOT) BOOK" RULES. OUR RULES. 

THE L-HO0E8. L AND K HOOKS ON STRAIGHT 

§ 161. (a) A small hook on the stems. 

cu'cle-side, and at the beginning A small hook at the beginning 
of any consonant-stroke (except of any straight-stem — (a)_ if made 
I, r, m, n, ng, «, «, w, h), indicates by a motion ftom the right over 
that an I follows it. to the left, indicates that the con- 

(6) Shel and Zhel never stand sonant I immediately follows; — 
alone, have their hooks at the bot- (6) if made by a motion from the 
torn, and are always written up- left over to the right, it indicates 
ward. that the consonant r immediately • 

Rem. 1. The sentence "No follows. 
MeRRy SoNGSfZ] "We'LL 

HeaR," contains all the conso- I. and k hooks on curved 
nants whose signs do not take the stems. 

small El-hook. ^ large hook at the beginning, 

Rem. 2. JSl-hook on Em, En, ^nd on the inner or concave side 
ito^.— The reporter uses a large of any curved stem, indicates that 
initial hook on Em, En, Ray for the consonant I immediately fol- 
l. The El-hook must be made lows. 

large in these cases, to distinguish ^ smaM hook in the same place 
it from the Way-hook. on any curved stem, indicates that 

the consonant r immediately fol- 

THE R hooks. lows, 

§ 163. Signs to indicate the 
combination of r with a preced- 
ing consonant (except «, z, I, r, m, 
n, ng, w, y, h), are obtained by 
turning over sidewise the corres- 

Eonding El-hook signs, except 
hel, Zhel, which are turned over 
endwise- 



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(6) Sher and Zher have their 
hook at the top, and are always 
written downward. 

§ 163. K may be added to Em 
and En by a small initial hook, 
provided they are widened [j. e. 
shaded into our Hay and Ing.j 

Kem. 1. The widening of Em 
and En when they take the Ar- 
hook serves to distinguish mr and 
nr from wm and wn. 

Rem. 2. As Ar, Es, Ing, Way 
do not take the Ax-hook, /r, thr, .\ 
nr, vr cannot be mistaken for rr, 
ar, ngr, wr. 

Rem. 4. The sentence " HiS eK- 
RiNG WiLL You See" contains 
all the consonants whose signs do 
not take tlie Ar-hook. 

LENGTHENING PKINCIPLII. 

§ 207. Doubling the length— Doubling the length of any 

1. W Ing, adds kr or gr ; curved stem, whether simple or 

2. Of any other awrve, adds tr, hooked, and of any straight stem 
dr, or thr. with, a final hook, adds either tr, 

§364. The reporter may derive dr or tar. 
great advantage from doubling a 
fulW'eugth straight line, without a 
final attachment, to add thr for 
th&re, their or they aire; the heavy 
lines being tapered toward their 
termination. 

HALTINa TO ADD EITHEB T OB D. 

§ 212. Either t or d may be Either t or d maybe added by 
added to certain signs, by halving halving to any consonant-stem, 
fliem : whether simple or hooked. 

1. To Any Vnhoo'ked Consonant- 
BtroTce except El, Lay, Em, En, 
Ar [Er], Ing, Way, Tay, Emp or 
Emb [our Hay sign]. 

2. To Any Hooked Consonant- 
Stroke. 

Rem. 1. Way, Tay, Emp, and 
Ing are Inever halved for any 
purpose; but El, Lay, Em, En, and 
Ar are sometimes halved, as will 
appear from §213. 

Rem. 2. Hooked Way, t%.y, 
Emp, unlike simple Way, Yay, 
Emp, may be halved. 

§ 213. By halving the curve- 
signs for I, m, n, or r, — t or d is 



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added, according as the shortened 
letter is made light or heavy. 

Kem. 3. The strokes of short- 
ened Wem and Wen [oui- Mrd 
and Nrd] must not be widened 
[shaded] when d is added ; for 
these signs could not then be dis- 
tinguished from Herd and Kerd 
[our Hrd and NGrdJ. 

Rem. 3. Since Tay, Emp, Ing, 
Way are never halved, £ld can 
not be read for yd; Hed [our Ht] 
for mpt; Ned [our NGt] for nifd; 
Ard for wd, 

LEABNEB'S DIFPICTrLTIES. 

The foregoing exhibit shows the following as some Of the difScul' 
ties encountered by every student of the Old Phonography: Out 
of the twenty-five simple stems there are eight, viz., L (upward), L 
(downward,) R, NG, S, Z, W, H, to which the 7-hook cannot be 
joined at all ; three, M, N and M (upward), to which it may be joined 
in an exceptional manner ; and two others, SH and ZH, that require 
special directions or cautions. There are ten stems, S, Z, L, L, R, B, N6, 
W, Y, H, to which the r-hook cannot be joined at all ; two, SH and 
ZH, that require special directions, and of those signs to which it may 
be joined, there are six, P, V, TH, DH, M, N, that must be "turned 
over" or "widened"— that is, changed respectivelj' to R, W, S, Z, 
MP [our H], and NG, — ^before they can receive the hook. 

A very large proportion of those who commence the study of the 
Old Phonogr'aphy break down at this points ' But if they continue, 
their neit difBculty is this : Lengthening a curved stem generally 
adds tr or dr, or the cognate thr ; but to NG it sometimes adds *r or 
gr, and in other cases this stem follows the general rule. And in 
Benn Pitman's Phonography, lengthening MP [our H] simply adds r. 

The halving of stems to add the frequent sounds i and d is the 
most important fundamental principle of 'Phonography, as it not only 
applies to the simple stems but also to every hooked stem ; and if 
anything further were needed to discourage the pupil, it may be found 
in ample quantities in the rules for the Halving principle. By halv- 
ing any one of the first sixteen consonant-stems of the Alphabet, 
either t or d is added ; but the halving of M, N, L or R merely adds 
t, and then to add d, these half-lengths are shaded, that iSi changed 
respectively to MPt [our Ht], NGt, Yt, and Wt. 



PKEFACK. Xf 

In other words, and to recapitulate and further illustrate — The stem 
W with an initial hook becomes V ( Vr) ; made half-length, it is trans- 
formed into B (Rd) ; put an initial hook on the half-length, and it 
changes to V again ( Vrd) ; made either full or half-length, if it has a 
final hook only, it is still W (Wn, Wnd) ; but in spite of such final 
hook, if an initial hook also is added it again becomes Y (Vrn, 
Vrnd) ; and -when lengthened it is still W in all cases except when it 
has an initial hook, and then it is V (Vrthr). The stem Y made 
half-length becomes L (Ld) j double its length and it is Y ; and with 
a hook, initial, final or both, and whether made full, double or half- 
length, it is still Y. NO- with an initial hook becomes N (Nr) ; 
halved when in this condition, or when simple, it remains N (Nrd, 
Nd) ; and whether halved or not, returns to its former self when it 
has a final hook (NGn). MP [our H] changes to M when it has an 
initial hook (Mr) j remains M when halved whether it is simple or 
has an initial hook (Md, Mrd) ; and whether halved or not assumes 
its maiden name (MP) when it has a final hook (MPn). The irregu- 
larity in the effect upon these four stems of the two modes of modifi- 
cation will be observed : — They lose their identity when made half- 
length, "W becoming Rd— Y, Ld— NG, Nd and MP, Md ; and yet the 
Lengthening Principle works no such change. 

THE NEW PHONOGRAPHY. 

In our New and simplified Phonography all this bewildering maze 
is swept away. In all its elementary principles there is not a single 
exception to a rule. In the treatment of the stems by adding hooks, 
modifying them, etc., it will be seen that what is ti-ue of one straight 
stem is true of every other straight stem ; and what is true of one 
curved stem is true of every other curved stem. So that all of the 
elements of Phonography, so far as they relate to the Consonants, 
may be fully explained, illustrated and taught, with only two of the 
alphabetic signs, a straight and a curved stem. 

From the very start the author was satisfied, as were many others, 
that the New Phonography would be a vast improvement upon the 
Old in practical" efficiency, but it was not given to the public until it 
had been thoroughly tried in every kind of verbatim reporting for 
nearly eight years. Its simplicity soon won for it many admirers 
and adherents, and since its first publication in December, 1866, it 
has advanced so rapidly in popular faVor that it is now the leading 
system of shorthand in AmeriQa. 



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Then, besides being so very simple in its elementary principles, 
making it easy to acquire and retain, great care lias been taken by 
the author in adjusting the details oi the. system, in order to make it 
as perfect in its practical working as it is in theory. All phonogrsr 
phers know that to get the full benefits of their art, the signs of 
nearly all the vowels must be omitted, the writer depending almost 
entirely upon the unvocalized consonant outlines ; because, in prac- 
tice, the leaving out of the vowel-signs scarcely ever causes any 
illegibility of the writing. But, scattered here and there, are just a 
few words, which, imless specially provided for, would sometimes 
occasion ambiguity, and so lead to errors in reading or transcribing. 
This occurs in cases where two words, which cannot readily be dis- 
tinguished one from the other by the context of a sentence, have the 
same consonant outlines, or outlines between which the resemblance 
is too close for safety. The requisite difference in the mode of writ- 
ing such words is usually secured by assigning a particular outline 
to one word and another outline to the other — the great wealth of 
consonant-outline material of Phonogi-aphy providing an abundant 
supply from which to make selection. When this cannot be done, 
some arbitrary distinction of position, abbreviation or vocalization is ~ 
employed. It is this work, more than any other, of following out all 
the ramifications of Phonography into word and phrase forms, and 
detecting and overcoming practical diflSculties, that demands the 
greatest experience and patience on the part of the author. For per- 
fection in this respect no other system compai'es with the New Pho- 
nography, as it embodies the results of fifteen years' constant practice 
in verbatim reporting. Indeed, there is no other system of Phonog- 
raphy that is based alone on practical experience, or that was sub- 
jected to a thorough working test before publication. And so it has 
become a common notion that every reporter must make additions 
"of his own" to the system as learned from the books, in order to do 
satisfactory reporting with it. But, while this was true of the Old 
Phonogi'aphy, it is not of the New, for learners here find no such 
necessity. The entire work of adjustment and adaptation to the 
needs of the practitioner has been done by the author ; and whoever 
attempts to tamper with or tinker the system for his own use will cer- 
tainly lose by the operation. In doing this part of the work there has 
been a constant effort to keep as close to the general rules and prin- 
ciples of the system as was possible ; the actual deviations being very 
few Indeed, and only such as could not be avoided. 



PREFACE. Xiil 

The New Phonography is superior to the Old in the following par- 
ticulars : 

1. Speed. 2. Legibilitt. 3. Simpucitt. 

I. speed. 

By i^eed of Phonography is meant the rate at which one who is 
thoroughly familijir with both its theory and practice can write it in 
such a manner that it may be correctly read without hesitation ; and 
it is usually estimated by the number of words so written in a minute. 
The ordinary rate of public speaking is from 130 to 130 words a 
minute ; an average of 150 words is quite rapid, and 175 to 190 is very 
rapid, but few speakers reaching that speed -, although even that is 
occasionally exceeded for short spurts, by eloquent or excited 
speakers. 

A phonographer who can write correctly and legibly 115 to 125 
words a minute is competent to do most amanuensis work ; and one 
who can in like manner write 150 words, is prepared, so far as his 
shorthand is concerned; to begin verbatim reporting. The speed-test 
of the Law Stenographers' Association of the City of New York, as 
given in its Constitution, is as follows : "First. The applicant shall 
be fairly tried as to his speed of writing. If he fail to wi-ite legibly 
150 words a minute, on the committee so reporting to the Association, 
the application shall be rejected without further test." A person who 
commences reporting with a speed of 150 words a minute, well writ- 
ten, may depend upon future experience and the inspiration of the 
moment to tide him safely over passages that are spoken above that rate. 
There are several reporters who have been known to write for short 
periods a little above 200 words a minute, and there is one authentic 
instance of a reporter of great natural quickness exceeding 350 words 
a minute, while writing from a dictation of matter that was new to 
him ! That this feat will be less uncommon in the future I have rea- 
son to believe, judging from recent remarkable results of practice by 
several of those who have been trained in this system. 

The great brevity that distinguishes Shorthand from Longhand comes 
from giving to written lines as much meaning as possible, by making 
them represent in the briefest manner consistent with practical re- 
quirements, the various sounds of the voice used in speech. But it 
is a common error with those who know but little of shorthand, or 
have had but little practical experience in writing it, to suppose that 
it is always true, as a matter of course, that the smaller or the more 



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contracted a word outline is, the more quickly it can be wnnen. 
And we often see theorizing authors of shorthand works demon- 
.stratlng by rule and dividers and by the counting of pen-strokes, the 
superiority of their systems in point of speed j while they fail to take 
cognizance on the other hand of the many Mndrances to speed that in- 
here in their outlines. The following are some of the more important 
of those hindrances : (a) A great number of exceptions to rules — 
because they overload the memory and cause hesitation, (b) The use 
of too large a list of contractions or abbreviated outlines — because 
they also overtax the memory and cause hesitancy, thus defeating the 
very object for which they were intended — increase of speed-^and at 
the same time contribute largely to the illegibility of the writing. It 
is the testimony of all our best and most experienced practical ver- 
batim reporters that the use of a great many phonographic abbrevia- 
tions is not conducive to speed ; and that the system of shorthand 
that divides the labor the most equally between the head and the 
hand is the best, (e) Writing many words with too condensed or 
small, though not abbreviated, forms — because there is greater liabil- 
ity to conflict, and a consequent hesitancy in vn'iting. {d) The use of 
many exceedingly brief expedients, such as ticks, ticks with hooks and 
circles attached, microscopic twists, cm-ves, etc., for the representa- 
tion of fi-equent words and phrases — because they require the writer 
to be making constant efforts to check the motion or momentum of the 
hand, (the necessary consequence of passing rapidly from characters 
of one size to those of a very different size), thus preventing the con- 
tinuous movement and free sweep of the hand which are so essential to 
. rapid writing. («) Too frequent obtuse angles between stems — a very 
great impediment to speed, as may be readily demonsti'ated by tracing 
with eitactness, but as quickly as possible, a line like the first of the 
following diagrams, and then in like manner, one like the second. It 
will be seen that the outline with obtuse or blunt angles requires a 
much slower movement than the one with sharp angles. 




ACtTTE ANGLES. OBTTTSE ANGLES. 

Some have made the mistake of supposing, because the general line 
of writing is from left to right, that therefore speed would be gained 
•by writing the most fi-equently recurring consonant-sounds with stems 
that run in that direction ; while in fact such sti-okes are on several 



PKKFACB. XT 

accounts the most difficult to" make. Precision is quite as important 
as freedom in writing Phonography ; and there is a tendency of the 
liand in making strokes from left to right to slide heyond control. 
And, besides, it is more difficult to shade horizontal stems than those 
struck in any other direction. The chief objection, however, to ' 
using horizontal stems for the most frequent consonant sounds is that 
It would add greatly to the number of obtuse angles in outlines. In 
order to secure the gi-eatest number of acute angles in shorthand, the 
most frequent consonants must be written with stems that are struck 
across and not With the line of writing. In this respect the Phono- 
graphic alphabet is properly constructed; but Mr. Lindsley, in his 
alphabet of Tachygraphy, has made the mistake of giving horizontal 
stems to the four most frequent of all the cohsonant-sovmds, i, el, i 
and z ; and the result is that his consonant-joinings are so bad that he 
is obliged to use his vowel-signs quite as much to hfelp him past obtuse 
angles arid ihake his consonant outlines tolerable, as for purposes of 
vocalization. A line of Tachyn-aphy resembles a line of Phonogram 
phy with the angles pulled out ! 

Another element that contributes to the superior speed qualities of 
the New Phonography is the great number of easily formed and easily 
remembered phrase-signs which it naturally provides for writing the 
groups of words that so frequently occur in speech. 

II. LBGIBILITT. 

By Legibility of Phonography is meant the certainty and ease with 
which it can be read after having been rapidly wi'itten, with all the 
little deviations from mathematical accuracy that usually occur in 
vn'iting done by a hand of ordinary training and skill. The impor- 
tance of legibility has been under-estimated by many, and it is 
too apt to be unappreciated by learners in their efforts to get speed. 
In all cases where Phonography is used to record an author's composi- 
tion, as employed by dictation amanuenses, phonographic secretaries, 
or, in short, for any phonographic work except reporting public 
speeches, the writer is frequently called upon to read over what he has 
just written, and he must be able to do so without error in any word. 
The exactions from short-hand writers in courts now are much greater 
than they were formerly, it being an every-day occurrence to require 
them to read in open court their notes of testimony ; and if they do 
not write a legible shorthand in a legible manner, they must fail. 
There is lio city in the *orld that has so many thoroughly skilled law 
stenographers as Nevr York ; and their accuracy in recording and 



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transcribing trials and other legal proceedings is implicitly renea upon 
by litigants and courts. But instances have been known where mate- 
rial and permanent injury has been done through the inaccuracies of 
reporters ; and so it should be the aim of all learners of Phonogra- 
phy to get, first, Accuracy, second. Speed. Legibility in itself is 
an important contributor to speed, because it gives a feeling of con- 
fidence and certainty to the writer in regard to his work. 

That the New, Phonography is much easier to read than the Old 
is now quite generally admitted by those phonographers who have 
had an opportunity of testing it, either in their own practice or in 
that of others, — and especially by observing the work of young pho- 
nographers to whom they have given dictations to be transcribed by 
them into longhand. Indeed, because of the greater legibility of this 
system, and the consequent accuracy of the wi-iter^ of it, they are now 
prefen'ed as amanuenses by om- older reporters ; and those who have 
tmdertaken actual reporting have distinguished themselves by the 
superiority of their work. 

ni. SniPLICITT. 

By &mplicity of Phonography is meant the absence of exceptions 
to general rules and principles. It mainly consists in (a) an Alpha- 
bet in which the consonant-signs are all simple, that is unhooked 
or unmodified, stems, and the vowel and diphthong signs are arranged 
in their proper positions with respect to the stems ; (&) a regular and 
systematic series of compound or group consonant-signs, formed from 
the original simple alphabetic signs by the uniform addition of hooks 
and modifications to all of the stems ; (c) a strict adherence to the 
rule for word-position, by invariably writing each word in the position 
indicated by its accented vowel ; and (d) a general harmony of all 
parts of the system, both in the fundamental principles and in the 
practical working details. That the New Phonography is immensely 
superior to the Old in all these respects scarcely admits of a doubt or 
an argument. The demonstration of this fact that has already been 
made on preceding pages of this Preface renders it unnecessary to 
give it further space. 

The great practical effect of this simplification of Phonography is 
shown, first in its improved efiBciency in respect to both its Speed and 
Legibility, and, secondly, in the far greater ease with which it ia 
learned and remembered. The complications of the Old Phonogra- 
phy barred it out from our schools as a successful branch of educa- 
tion, kept its benefits from the general public, and made it the special 



PREFACE. XVil 

property of the few who adopted the profession of verbacim report- 
ing. The New Phonography Is now being taught with success in 
many schools, and notably in the Introductory Class of the College 
■ of the City of New York, where it has been a regular branch of the 
commercial course for the last three years (since the Fall of 1871). 
The success of the phonographic instruction in this pollege has been 
so marked that it is prized as one of the most attractive and valuable 
features of the course. In this institution it is taught in large classes ; 
the classes meet but three times a week, and each student has six other 
branches in his course. Yet these boys learn the principles tjjorough- 
ly, become trained into making excellent phonographic forms, and 
reach a speed of 50 to 90 words a minute, during the college year of 
thirty-five weeks. 

Equally successful results in teaching the New Phonography have 
been accomplished under the plan of separate or private instruction, 
in the New York Institute of Phonogi-aphy, in this city. This institu- 
tion is wholly devoted to teaching Phonography, and as it is incon- 
venient therein to form classes because new pupils are received at any 
time, the plan has been adopted with perfect success of instructing 
students separately, the same as book-keeping is usually taught in 
business colleges. 

It was formerly impossible to teach advanced Phonogi'aphy in 
classes, but now, with the New Phonography, such teaching is carried 
to neai-ly, if not quite, as high a degree of form-perfection and speed as 
by separate instruction. Therefore, teachers can hereafter fonn classes 
in the New Phonography with the confidence that the advanced part 
of the system is as simple and methodical as the beginning, and that 
complete practical results will be achieved in such classes, and the 
benefits of the art attained for immediate use by. the students. 

CONCLUSION. 

In arriving at a conclusion as to superiority among systems of 
Phonography, it should be clearly borne in mind that the other two 
American systems have not had a single improvement made in them 
since the publication of the last edition of their text-books, 15 or 16 
years ago. Since that time very many valuable points have been 
learned and some fortunate discoveries made by practical phonog- 
raphers through experience more peculiar and extensive than before 
realized. Reporting of courts-martial during the war, daily law- 
court reporting, carried to its present high proficiency by the en- 
couragement of permanent official appdintments, and the use of short- 



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hand for purposes not before anticipated, are included in this 
experienpe. The New Phonography in its constmction has enjoyed 
the full benefits of all these influences, and admitting all that may be 
claimed in favor of the other systems, they are still the Old Phonog- 
raphy, contain no improTements made since 1859, and consequently 
do not make any provision for requirements in practical Phonogra- 
phy that have grown up since that date. 

Before that time all that was required of even the most experienced 
professional phonographer was to take only such minutes of trials, 
speecheg, etc., that he would be able afterwards to furnish a correct 
ti-anscript of them. Hence speed was considered of sole importance, 
and the authors of the old text-books had scarcely anything to say 
about legibility. Elaborate and systematic provision was made for 
the omission of frequent words in writing, witli the fond hope that 
"the context" would supply the missing links. It has been the boast 
of one author that his "reporting style" is distinguished, among other 
things, "By implying To, followed or not by a, an or tfie (which are 
mpplied by means of the context), by joining the following word to 
the preceding ; thus, Ish'-Bee, wish to be. By implying Cy, followed 
or not by a, an or <A« (which are supplied by aid of the context), by 
writing the following word near or joined to the preceding. By 
writing the present time for the past tense or time whenever a stroke 
or more can be saved thereby." In like manner another vain attempt 
to attain greater speed at a fearful expense to legibility was made in the 
provision to write a great many words with the same outline, and that 
usually a very much abbreviated one. The following illustrations have 
been taken at random from the only American dictionary of the, Old 
Phonography : "Abundant-ly-ce, rws [reporting word-sign], Bend' ; 
Appoint-ed-ment, rs [reporting style], Pent' ; Criminal-ly-ity-ate-ated- 
ation, r«, Ker'-Men ; Exclalm-ed, exclamation-tory-(tive), rs, Kays^- 
Kel ; Expedient-ly-ce-cy and Expedition, rs, (Kay)-Spet' ; Gravitate- 
d-ation, Gravity, rs, Ger-Vet^ ; Hesitate-d-ion (Hesitant-ancy), Zet" ; 
Stupid-ly-ity-ness, rws, Steh-Ped' "— ["Steh" meaningthe «Moop.] But 
the impracticability of all these nice theoretical expedients so inge- 
niously contrived was soon demonstrated. Our civil war broke out ; 
trials by courts-martial became numerous ; the services of phonogra- 
phers were indispensable ; but stern army officers, taking a thoroughly 
practical view of shorthand, required that their phonogi'aphers should 
read their notes as readily as. they wrote them, and so made them 
read aloud to each witness, in presence of the court, his entire depo- 



sition as soon as it was taken. The result of all this was the ineyita- 
ble one. It was very soon found that mutilated outlines, used some- 
times to represent a whole cluster of words, and context-reading of 
absent signs would not do for this work. Omitted words that the 
writer expected to be restored by implication refused to come back to 
him when he needed them. So all our shorthand writers who had 
adopted these expedients were obliged to aba.ndon them and devise 
means to insure ready and complete legibility in their most rapid 
writing. Once started, the practice of calling upon the stenographer 
at any time to read from his notes has extended to the reporting of all 
other trials and legal proceedings. The contrast between our Pho- 
nography and the Old in respect to omitted outlines is very marked. 
The New Phonography docs not omit the expression of a single word 
even in the most advanced verbatim work, and provides for repre- 
senting every word in the language with precision. 

If some persons in starting to learn Phonography should suppose 
that it will make no material difference to them which system they 
adopt because they are all called " Phonography," they are informed 
that no system of shorthand ever devised is any too capable ; and that 
if they have the ambition to be able to report rapid speakers, or even 
to do work of ordinary speed with ease and accuracy, they must be 
sure to select the best system, as by some methods no amount of 
natural ability and application will prevent failure. 

To the possible general introduction of Phonography for use in 
place of longhand, the objection has been raised that the system is 
faulty because in its construction verbatim reporting has been the 
ultimate aim. But when we consider that the requirements of ver- 
batim reporters and of those who would use shorthand for other pur- 
poses, are the same — namely, rapidity and legibility — and that the 
more recent experience of om- best shorthand writers shows that but 
few abbreviations are required even in the swiftest work, this objec- 
tion falls to the ground. Again, it has been urged against Phonogra- 
phy that the vowel-signs should be always written and in the same 
outline with the consonant-stems. This objection is not well founded 
for the following reasons : (a) The vowel-signs are not needed, the 
unvocalized characters being practically as legible without them as 
with ; (6) it would of necessity take from the consonants a portion of 
outline-material, and so lead to the use of still longer characters for 
the consonants, without any compensating gain ; (c) as the vowel- 
signs would have to be much smaller than the consonant-stems, loss 



XX PRBPACE. 

of speed from the cause already mentioned, "of passing rapidly from 
characters of one size to those of .a very different size," would be 
occasioned ; ((2) the whole history of shorthand demonstrates that 
the vowel-signs, when given at all, should be separate from the conso- 
nant-outlines. Phonography provides a perfect means for writing the 
vowels, in such a way that whether they are expressed or omitted, 
the general appearance of the written word is the same. And as all 
mature reading is from general appearances, and not from an actual 
analysis of every character in a word each time that the eye passes 
it, this is an important point in favor of the phonographic plan of 
writing. Because Phonography is not so easily read by one who has 
just acquired it as the longhand that he has used since childhood, is no 
argument against it. Professor Tyndall, in his recent address before 
the British Association, speaking on this very point, says, "Witness 
the slow learning of its letters by a child, and the subsequent facility 
of reading in a man, when each group of letters which forms a word 
is instantly, and without effort, fused to a single perception." Thus it 
is with the experienced reader of phonographic writing, only with this 
difference, that instead of being confined to single words, owing to 
the brevity of the outlines and the use of Phraseography, whole sen- 
tences are taken in at a single glance. 

It would seem that most if not all of the objections that are raised 
to Phonography are similar to those that the child-lfamer would be 
apt to make in regard to the common print. But now that Phonog- 
raphy is beginning to have a fair chance in our schools, it may safely 
be left to take care of itself, without fear as to the result. 

Considering the great simplicity of its elementary plan it is sur- 
prising how few difiScult or awkward outlines are to be found in Pho- 
nography in its application to writing every word of our complicated 
language, as tested in going through the entire Dictionary. In this 
respect it contrasts very favorably with our longhand. There are 
very few instances of phonographic outlines which require thstt after 
making one line the pen must retrace a portion of it, as is the case 
with several of the longhand letters ; and it is doubtful if there is a 
word in the language whose phonogi-aphic outline is intrinsically so 
difficult to make as the small c of longhand when it is joined to a pre- 
ceding letter. 

The common English orthography is almost entirely artificial in its 
character, and it requires so much time and application to master its 
difficulties as they occur in the ordinary words of the language, that 



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correct spelling has come to be considered one of tlie most thorougli 
special tests of scholarship. But spelling in Phonography is so 
natural and easy a thing that it can never be made such a test ; hence 
there will always be a much greater latitude in the choice and use of. 
its signs than is now allowed in the common spelling. 

As Phonography is intended especially to be of practical utility, it 
should not be so closely bound as to fetter it by those little phonetic 
niceties that have rather a scientific than a theoretic value. For in- 
stance, our leading lexicographers almost invariably represent the 
syllables -ture, -dure, -tian, -Hon, etc., in such words as nature, 
verdure, christian, question, etc., as beginning with the consonants tg 
or dy ; but in Webster's Dictionary it is admitted that by some 
speakers, tu and ti in these words "are suffered to sink into the easier 
and closely allied sound of eh In church ; thus, na-choor, kris-chan,- 
kwes-chun, etc." See sections 66, 95 and 97 of "Principles of Pro- 
nunciation" in that dictionary. But Mr. Alexander J. Ellis, in his 
work "On Early English Pronunciation," Part I, page 203, has treated 
this subject much more exhaustively. He says : 

"T, D have now a tendency, ignored by most orthoepists, under 
pai'ticular circumstances to pass into ch, j ; thus, nature, verdure are, 
perhaps most frequently, pronounced nS-chr, vr-jr, the last word 
being in that case identified with verger. « « « « Xhe palatals 
e, y have always had a gi-eat effect upon preceding consonants of the 
dental £Uid guttural class, as they tend to materially alter the position 
of the tongue, in order to facilitate the transition to a following 
vowel. The languages derived from the Latin are full of instances. 
It is a fashion in modern English to resist, or to believe that we resist, 
this tendency in the especial case of -ture and -dure, but we have 
given into it completely in -tion. * * » » ^ similar change is 
recognized in -cious, -cial. And it is in vain to protest against -ture, 
-dure becoming chr, jr, at a time when even -ty85r, dy66r, though far 
less pedantic than -teoor, deoor, have a singularly orthoepistic effect." 

In all other systems of Phonogi-aphy but this, the arbitrary rule ot 
the orthoepists in regard to these words has been followed, and many 
preferable phonographic outlines have thus been excluded. The 
plan adopted in this Dictionary, however, is to treat these syllables as 
beginning with either ch or ty, j or dy, according to which gives the 
best outline in eacE particular case ; passing by the question of abso- 
lute accuracy of analysis as being of less practical importance than 
the securing of distinctive and easily written word-forms. 



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In choosing between two outlines for a •word, I have constantly 
kept before me while preparing this Dictionary, the question, What 
outline would I, if engaged in actual verbatim reporting, be most apt 
to select as the best? — not, What outline could possiblg be used? 
Sometimes when greatly in doubt which to adopt, I have given both, 
leaving it to further experience and discussion to decide the point. 
During the preparation of this work I have frequently referred to 
Isaac Pitman's Phohographic Dictionaries of 1852 and 1867, and 
A. J. Graham's of 1863, and have sometimes been aided by them in 
my conclusions ; but they have been rather uncertain guides because 
of the very frequent omission of words whose outlines offer the 
greatest difficulties, and the constant practice of the latter author of 
giving the briefest possible outlines that he could devise, ii-respective 
of then- practicability both as regards the writer and the reader. 
Generally speaking, in this Dictionary no w^ord has been given an 
outline that will not admit of receiving all the vowel-signs of that 
word ; for, while it is true that the advanced writer seldom inserts 
the vowels, yet the legibility of the writing greatly depends upon 
the consonant-outline itself suggesting the vocalization. In other 
words, the spirit of the vowel should be present though its visible 
sign is absent. For a like reason, when convenient, fuller outlines 
have been assigned to uncommon or infrequent words than would be 
necessary if they were of frequent recurrence. Also, with uncom- 
mon words, special effort has been made to retain the outlines4)f their 
derivatives. And when two words have the same consonants, but 
vary in number of syllables, if there is a choice of outlines, the longest 
outline has been assigned to the word containing the greatest number 
of syllables. See Acute and Cute, Atheism and Tlmsm. 

Heretofore the principles of motion-balance in writing Phonogra- 
phy have not been understood or recognized. When possible, of two 
outlines of nearly equal length, the one that balances the motion o£ 
the hand the best has been preferj-ed. Thus, the outline Br-I7-CH 
is better than Brn-CH for branch, but Bln-CH is better than Bl-N-CH 
for blanch, and Dr-N-CH than Drn-CH for drench. Th itline 
M-N-TH (month) is an illustration of good balancing. 

This Dictionary gives the outlines of 60,000 words and over 5,000 
proper names, being far the most complete and comprehensive work 
of the kind ever published ; and yet the whole is brought within a 
volutne sufficiently small for convenient use. The Nomenclature that 
is provided in the Introduction for the proper analytic reading of 



phonographic outlines, is much superior to any ever before devised. 
That employed by Mr. Graham, and which he uses instead of the 
actual phonographic outlines in his dictionary, I'epresents the hooks, 
modifications, circles and loops as if they invariably had their light 
or breath sounds, regardless of the way they are sounded in each 
particular word ; thus, his name for the outline of pave is Pef, of 
6a«z«, Bees, etc. And in dividing his names of outlines into syllables, 
there is no yielding from a set plan in order to accommodate the 
peculiarities of phonographic joinings. But in our Nomenclature 
the name of each outline represents accurately all of its consonant- 
sounds, and the divisions between syllables correspond with the 
natui'al divisions between the different stems of the outline, thus indi- 
cating exactly how it should be written. Compare the two methods 
of naming phonographic signs in the following words: Abscond, 
[(j's] Bees-Kend, [ours] Bee-Skend ; Besom, [G's] Bees-Em, [oms] 
Bee-Zem ; Desire, [G's] Dees- Ar, [ours] Dee-Zer ; Observe, [G's] Bees- 
Ref, [ours] Bee-Zreev ; Destroy, [G's] Dees-Ter, [om-s] Dee-Stree. 

The new principle of allowing straight stems with final JiooJcs 
to be lengthened to add tr, dr or thr, which was fii'st suggested by 
Mr. C. A. "Walworth, has been thoroughly tested in practice and 
found to be a very valuable improvement. It gives many new 
word-forms that are superior to those before in use, and also a large 
number of useful phrases that were not possible until its adoption. 

. The sound of the letters a, ai and ea before r, in such words as 
core, bare, share, ait, imv, Tuait, pear, bedr, wear, has been a trouble- 
some one for lexicographers to determine with exactness. They have 
commonly treated it as being the sound of long a (a), somewhat modi- 
fied by the following r sound. As any modification of a sound produ- 
ces a different sound, this description is rather an unscientific one ; but 
practically it indicates with suflicient nicety the sound* heard in these 
words as they are pronounced in, Migland. In this country, however, 
(and, according to Webster and A. J. Ellis, the pronunciation pre- 
vails with some English people), the almost universal usage is to give 
to this vowel the same sound that is heai-d in at, eat, etc., but some- 
what prolonged ia quantity. Isaac Pitman, following the prevailing 
pronunciation of his country, has always written this vowel in Pho- 
•nogi-aphy with the second-place heavy dot ; and American authors 
(myself included until recently) have followed his example. But in 
this Dictionary — and in the system as now taught — this vowel-sound, 
if the ordinary six-vowel scale is used, is represented by the flrst< 



ZZiv FSB7A0X 

place light dot-sign. In tlie extended or complete vowel-scale its 
sign is a first-place heavy-dash, trritten parallel to the consonant-stem. 
Mr. Graham, in his Dictionary, says, " The sound of pare is the same 
as the TOTvel of at, only the former is long while the latter is short ; " 
and yet he ordinarily represents the sound of pare with the sign of S. 

SYNOPSIS OF PRACTICAL PHONOGRAPHY. 
To enable phonographers who write other systems to use this Dic- 
tionary with profit, a Synopsis of the New Phonography is given 
below in the form of illustrative stems, words and phi-ase-signs, 
under the headings of the New Classification and Arrangement. 

ALPHABET. 

Consonant Signs : \ P, \ B, | T, | D, / CH, / J, 

_ K, _ G, V_ P, L V, ( TH, ( DH, )S, ) Z, J SH, _J ZH, 
rL, ->|R, ^B, ^M, ^N, ^NG, "^ W, r Y, ^ H. 

VowelSigna: 'I ah, "\t, •! a, j 6, ^j B, \t, "jaw, ~j 6, 
-j 0, -i il, J 00, J 66; "i I, *i oi, ■"! ow, ^i EW. 

BniFLE-STEMS. 

Simple Vowels: \ bah, \ bay, ..N^.-be, I at, /etch, --I-, eat, 
r^ may, -^^- me, _^ ray, ^-^ hay, ■■_:J- she, .^7! caw, -| ode, ..|_ too, 
X up, \ abbey, --^ ago, .:|^. ado, -|' iota, .^?^.. payee. 

Diphthongs : \ by, "^ boy, ^ cow, .-|.^. due, v"' nigh, "^ Iowa. 

Tito Stems: "V^ balm, \ back, \ bake, \ ■ beck, 

l—^ Adam, ■\^- tomb, .fTT^. calm, -j:!^- king, ^-^ make, 

\__ , pack, ]^ cap, |^ dumb, ^- coop, ') ask, J:, shake, 

"^'bush, .\^;. bushy, ■^■feel, ^^ felly, r- — lalre, CL alike, 
...^^. jgj^.^ ^^. ^,gpj.y^ ry^ g^j.^^ "^v— N roam, •// arch, ^ earth. 

BOOKED-STEMS. 

L and B Sooks on Straight Stems: \P1, X Pr, \B1, 'X Br, 
f Tl, 1 Tr, f Dl, ] Dr, /" CHI, / CHr, / Jl, / Jr, _ Kl, 
.^ Kr, >^ Gl, ^-Qi, y B\, ^ Br; \ play, X pray, c^- glow, 
\ apple, -] odor, ^^ eagle, J"^ copper, "VS, noble, ^^ reply, ' 
[l- tiger, /L. checker, ■.:^- nearly, \^^ furl, __y girl ; ..f... it 
■will, \ byaU, / which will, / which are, 'N by our. 



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L and 2J Hooks on Cfumed Stems: ^ Fl, "^ Fr, Q_ VI, ^ Vr, 
Q THl, ( THr, Q DHl, ( DHr, ') SI, ") Sr, 9 Zl, ) Zr, J SHI, 
J SHr, [ J -Sm, J -BBt ], J ZHl, J ZHr, C L\, f Zr, 
<^B1, -^Rr, c>Ml, ^Mr, c^ Nl, ^ Nr, c^ NGl, ^ NGr, 
Oj Wl, '^i Wr, /^ Tl, r '^^'' ^ HI, ^ Hr ; -C^.. evU, .C).. easel, 
Ji^ evei-y, )' Ezi-a, qi^ only, ^ razor, '^^ busily, :— '^^ calmly, 
■"Wai" official, '■'^j^^- officially ; ...Q^ if all, '^ on our. 

TTay ^ooA ; '~y' quail, t^- ■■-.-. quick, % — ^ acquire ; P ought we, 
^ can we, ^ were we. 

Special Vocalization: ..].. dear, [= tell, „_^ coal, .'.'7~. call, 
....„-. near, -^^^ engineer, .Sr:^... endure. 
Poy fiboft ; c\ but you-r, '] what you-r, ^TT. o^^i you-r. 
jy JSboi : \ pun, __, gain, (^ vain, ^J. shown, ( then, 
^-7^ men, [ ,--^j^ many], J • attain, )" assign, ^ flown, -p^;, cun- 
ning; ••■(jv- if an, — /t:. you and, ^^ have been, <:-~, more than. 

For Y Hooks: [; deaf, \j pave, x' rough, r^ cough, [ ' L: cof- 
fee], ,_s grave, [ ^^X^ gravy], -'\j.;. proof _^ cover; / charge 
of, [ out of, ^ can have; ( they have, ,.-^ he have, .-^ may have. 
Shun Hook : r;^ caution, ^7:^ motion, ^ fashion, ^ Russian, 
...J3 nation, jv^, ovation, r_-, occasion, ^ ~, vacation, s^ national. 
2V, 7%r or Dhr Hook: ^ actor, <^ vreiper, ^gather, Z' rather, 
-Vc::^ picture ; ? can there, J what their, "S by all their. 

MODIFIBD STEMS. 

Lengthening: ^—-.^ mother, -^-waiter, i^ flatter, ^ lend- 
er, ^,^__ of their, '^" should there, '^^^_. from there, '^^_ on their ; 
__^;^ render, y^ rafter, ^.^ run there. .^ could have their. 

Half Lengths: v: pate, _get, ^ bad, .~. goti ^shut, -(-■■pit, 
[ '^j! Pi*y' ^ P°^*' -^ ■ iiito]) -< rate, < right, [<^ riot, <i ride, 
/<! rode], ^ plate, t< prate, •:)i| word, ^ hurt, t; friend, \i patient, 
■^v efficient, '"^--n bottom, \) puzzled, ^"^ muzzled; ' at the, 
} out of the, ^_ from the, p said to, ^ able to, J bad not, j do 
not, --,-- did not, "" can not. 
h 



ZZri FBEVACE. 

CIBCLES AND LOOPS. 

BmdttCirde: 5\ soap, ^^ sake, .C^ save, -.[-_. teas, O mouse, ^ sect, 
'(~ sale, ^ lace, ^ race, [ X) racy, X) rosy], l__ desk, ^^ unsafe; 
° as, .^. is, .^. as if, ^ has not, ^ as •well as, — is in, -^ who is. 

Large Circle: _jd cases, ^ races, |^- recess, ^ necessity, 
...^ system, _:p excesses; ° as h-is, -q- is as, p has said, -q^- is seen. 

Bmall Loop: ^ cast, ^ raised, -f state, T^ store, i^- story, 
—^ coasts; ^ as the, as it, as to, -^ is the, is it, is to, -^ is it as, 
y -where is the, ^^ knows the, .s^.. as it would. 

Large Loop: j^ castor, ^ master, .,j^ coasters, \j^ texture; 
O as their, ■■^- is there, |^ as there is, _f^^^ has there not heen, 
^ has^there heen, <:^:p unless there, -^ because there is. 

BmaU Circle on Hooks: %\ supply, ^ sable, p settled, ...(*^. ciril, 
?~ squaw, —^ caves, Vjo, veins, >_2 occasions, ^o fashions, 3". actors. 

Cirdei and Loops with Hooka Implied: "\ spray, "X saber, 
■/ stager, 3 trance, J- dunce, J- dunces, X puns, X punster, 
\ punsters, X^. prosper, |j_o disgrace, ..fc\.. describe, J!_> danc- 
ing, 1/ transpose. 

SUBSTITUTES AND EXPEDIENTS. 

In and Shun Curls : ^ \ inscribe, Xs^ unstrung; ^--^ in some; 
--(^- physician, --U- physicians, :_^ accession, --]•■ transition, 
-■Jj- transitions, ■^■- transitional, '^- processional. 

Brief Way Sign : j) wash, 5^ waived. 

Brief Hay Sign: X h®*P' \ hub, '\_ half, "*? White, "^ whey. 

Brief Ing Sign : ..^. meeting, s: petting. 

" To " indicated ly Fourth Position : "j" to do, "jT' to receive. 

Tiekforl: ■^ I am, ■; (downward with slant of CHv) I have, 
•^ (upward with slant of iZl) I will, '^ I will not, \, I suppose. 

Miscellaneous: \ complain, J- content, /^ recommend, (<;^ they 
complained, k^"^ foreknowledge, '^ magnify, --t^^. self evi- 
dent, ..\^- doubtfulness, fi^ thoughtlessness, X^ instrumental-ity, 
^ themselves, C^ lordship, f^ loss of money, | [ from day to day. 



INTRODUCTION. 



The mode employed in this Dictionary of indicating the phono- 

frapUic outliuea of words by means of ordinai-y letter-types is called 
TENOT.YPY. The plan is as follows : 

Each phonographic consonant-sign is represented by the letter or 
letters of the common alphabet by which it is most reamly suggested. 
The Stenotypes of the stem-signs are distinguished from the Steno- 
types of consonants represented by hooks, modifications, circles, 
loops, cni'ls, the tick and dot signs for h, and the small sign for w, by 
printing the former in capital letters and the latter in lower-case or 
small letters. 

STENOTYPES OF THE STEM-SIGNS. 



\ 

p 


\ 1 1 / 

B T D CH 


/ 

J 


K 


- ^ L ( ( ) 
G F V ,TH DU S 


) 

z 


J J r -^ 

SH ZH i R 


S 


M 


N NG "W T ,H 



SHBE, liBE, KEE AND TTPWARD S. 

The stenotypes of the up-stroke stems Shee, Lee and Ree, are dis- 
tinguished from the down-stroke stems Ish, El and Er, by being printed 
in italic or slanting capitals. The stenotype of Ess when struck 

upward, as in v i factionist, -■'!•■%,— elocutionist, etc., is, also printed 

With an italic capital ; thus, F-Eshn-5t, L-Kshn-iSt. 

STENOTYPES OF STEMS WITH HOOKS, ETC. 

\ PI, X Pr, Q_ Fl, l_ Fr, ^ Kw, c- Ky, 1 Ty, _^ Kf, 
^ DHv, __, Kn, Vo. Fn, _2> Kshn, V:, Fshn, —^ Ktr, ,_^ Ntr, 
1^ lAx, (^ Fltr, . f^^ Zndr, ^-^ iJndr, | Dt, % Pint, 
[ sTs, 3 sSs, Q_ ssK, ■(, DHss, ^S) Nss, .^_ stK, _^ Kst, _^ Kstr, 
\ sPl, Ci_ sFl, t. bFv, ■\ sPr, f\ ssPr, x Drlts, ^ stPr, -^ Kfs, 
\ Pns, \ Pnstr, ^ sKrt, /V. nsX-V, ^ zdhr, S^ wV, ^ heP 



ZZyill nfTBODTJCTIOlT. 

When a hook, modification, circle, loop or curl may be employed 
to write more than one consonant or group of consonants, its steno- 
type is varied to accommodate itself to each particular case. Thus, 
the stenotype of the outline \, is sPs for the word space, and sPz for 

the word suppose; the stenotype of ,_j, is sNs or sNz, — of d, Kss, 

Ksz or Kzz,— of ^, Bat or 5zd,— of „_:,, Grf or Grv,— of J , Ttr or 
Tdhr,— of , — ^ , Mtr, Mdr or Mdhr —of \, sPnt or sPnd. 

The stenotype of the shun-cva\, for the sake of greater distinction, is 
always printed in italics ; thus, g Ks«/m, l^^ Tzshn. 

Punctuation and other printers' marks are printed between steno- 
types, whether of simple or compound stems, to indicate as follows : 

1. A Jtyphen (-) — that the signs are joined; thus, ^-^.-^ M-M, 

G-G, M^ N-V, V_^ B-K-M, '~) H-Z, ( ^ Z-M, \/ P-iJI 

— \K-Pr,^-V.Gr-V, '"^M-N-TH, /\ ^Pt-Bl, H- K-T-Gt, 

^ P-Ld, V P-it. 

2. An inverted semicolon ( '. ) — ^that the stems are disjoined and sim- 
ply written close together ; thus, (^ DH ! Plnd (they complained), 
X-, nsTr i Mnt (instrumental). 

3. A colon ( : ) — that the stems are disjoined, and the second stem 
wi-itten close to, but a little under the first ; thus, [, K:Dshn (accom- 
modation.) 

4. An irwerted period (-) — that the stems are disjoined, and the 
second stem lapped a little ' over the fii-st ; thus, || D'Td (dated), 
"^1 W-Td (waited). 

Any one^of the foregoing punctuation signs printed before a steno- 
type standing alone, mdicates how its outline is to be written in 
relation to any outline that may precede it ; thus, ! Pin denotes the 
outline of complain, and also that the outline should be written near 
the preceding word. 

A simple space marks the ordinary separation between words. 

A numeral just after and near the upper part of a stenotype, indi- 
cates the position of its sign ; thus, .TT^?. K'-M, (^ I}, -^" F'-L. 

When ing is added to outlines that do not admit of the stem NG 
being easily joined, or to outlines that are abbreviated, the dot sign is 
used. The stenotype of dot ing is an inverted period in parentheses ; 
thus, 'P\{'')^ putting, Mt(*)' weehn^, l)t(")' <2o«5<tnfl', B»-K;(') Secomray, 
P(")' parting, iP-P(-) representing. 

CIRCLES BETWEEN STEMS. 

The stenotype of a circle between stems may be joined to either 
stem ; thus, "\_ Ps-V or P-sV, J .Bs-K or iJ-sK. But it is found 
best in practice to join it to the first stem in all cases where upon 
completing the first stem and the Circle the pen is left in the proper 



mTKODUCTION. xxiz 

place to go directly on with the next stem of the outline ; thus, 
y> Bs-.T, -/■ Ks-J, .. Ks-K, ^ Ts-L, ^ Ps-L, ^-f Ms-£, 

^-^^-^ Ms-M, ,—i_^ Ms-N. But in outlines where the circle is turned 
on the back of the first stem in order to specially accommodate it 
to the second stem, the stenotype of the circle should invai-iably be 

joined to the stenotype of the second stem ; thus, J D-sK, j'" T-sL, 

(^ TH-sZ, ^^ N-bL. 

STENOTTPES OF THE VOWEL-SIGNS. 

The stenotypes of the yowel-signs are as follows : 
&ae&aa&e ISfio 



I or E oi ov BW or u &l U el J& aS 61 VS, 



The vowel-stenotypes are printed in with the stenotypes of the 
consonants in the order of their occurrence in a word ; thus, \ aP, 
-| OD, /^ La. When a vowel is between two stems, if written to the 
first stem its stenotype is placed to the stenotype of that stem ; if 
written to tlie second stem its stenotype is placed to the stenotype of 
that stem; thus, V_ BS'-K, V^ B'-BK, \_ Ba»-K, U ST'-ltK, 
^~M' KS-Na-Da', T-" K6f', (^ Van'. A hyphen between the steno- 
type of a vowel and a consonant-stenotype indicates that the sign of the 
vowel is joined to the stem ; thus, 1 i-T, "^ l-W. The stenotypes 
of vowel-signs that are read between a stem and its I or r hook are 
enclosed in mai-ks of parenthesis ; thus, ..].. D(5)r', f= Tl6)l'. 

FKBNCH NASAL-VOWELS. 

As there are no such sounds in the English language as the French 
nasal vowels. Phonography does not, in its regular alphabet, provide 
for their representation. But, as words and sentences from the 
French are often used by speakers, the following expedient is pro- 
vided for representing these vowels : The sign of the vowel that is 
nasalized is placed to the stem K or M cancelled with a short tick 
written between the ordinary vowel-positions, or across the n-hook ; 
thus, "^^ in, ^--^ an, en, .^ un. "^'-^ enfant. The stenotypes of 
such cancelled consonants are printed in italics ; thus, 2P en, M' am, 
iV* un, JT-Fw' enfant. 

PHONOGRAPHIC NOMENCLATURE. 

In reading the stenotypic outlines the regular phonographic no- 
menclature is employed. 

The names of the consonant-signs are as follows : 

Simple 8tmi8:—P, Pee; B, Bee; T, Tee; D, Dee; CH, Chay; 
J, Jay ; K, Kay ; G, Gay ; F, Ef ; V, Vee ; TH (sound of «A in tfm 



XXX INTBODDCTION. 

or breath), Itb ; DH (sound of th in then or Irreathe), Dbee ; B, Ess ; 
Z, Zee ; SH (written downward), Ish ; 811 (written upward), Slice ; 
ZH (sound of a in pleasure or of French j as in ^(wr), Zliee _; L (writ- 
ten upward), Lee ; L (written downward), El j K (curved sign for r, 
■ written downwai-d), Er ; R (straight sign for r, written upward), Ree ; 
M, Em i N, En ; NG, Ing ; W, Way ; Y, Yay ; H, Hay. 

The names of the compound consonant-signs are formed with their 
several consonant elements, each stem with all its hooks, modifica- 
tions, circles and loops, being sounded with the short.vowel 6 inserted 
where it will best facilitate the pronunciation of the name, as follows : 

L-Mook Stems .—PI, Pel ; Bl, Bel ; Tl, Tel ; Dl, Del ; CHI, Chel ; 
Jl, Jel ; Kl. Kel ; Gl, Gel ; Fl, Fel ; VI, Vel ; THl, Tbel ; DHl, 
Dhel; SI, Es'l; Zl, Zeel ; SHI (downward), Isb'l; SEl (upwardi, 
Sheel; L\ (upward), Leel; LI (downward), Bl'l; Rl (downward), 
Erl ; JSl (upward). Reel ; Ml.'Mel ; Nl, Nel ; NGl, Ing'l ; Wl, Wei ; 
Yl, Yel ; HI, Hel. ^ 

R-Hook Stems .— Pr, Per ; Br, Ber ; Tr, Ter ; Dr, Der ; CHr, Cher ; 
Jr, Jer ; Kr, Ker ; Gr, Ger ; Fr, Fei- ; Vr, Ver ; THr, Tber ; DHr, 
Dber; Sr, Es'r; Zr, Zeer; SHr, Ish'r ; BHx, Sheer; ZHr, Zher; 
Lv (upward), Leer; Lr (downward), El'r ; Rr (down'Ward), Er'r; 
Rr (upward), Reer ; Mr, Mer ; Nr, Ner ; NGr, Ing'r ; Wr, Wer ; 
Yr, Yer ; Hr, Her. 

IfOTE : — SI and Zl are named Es'l and Zeel to distinguish them from 
the outline L (downward) with an initial small circle, which is called 
either Sel pr Zel, according as the circle represents the sound of 
s or 2. So Sr and Zr are named Es'r and Zeer, because the outline of 
R (downward) with an initial small circle is called either Ser or Zer. 
SHI is named Isb'l, and SHr Ish'r, to distinguish them from SH\, 
Sheel, and SHr, Sheer. L\ is called Leel, and Lr, Leer, to distinguish 
them from the downward forms LI, El'l, and Lr, El'r. Rl is called 
Erl and Rr, Er'r, to distinguish them from the upward signs, R\, 
Reel, and Rt, Reer. NGl is called Ing'l, and NGr, Ing'r, because the 
consonant-soimd rig never begins a syllable. 

Way-Hook Stems : — The T^^-hook stems are named by inserting 
the sound of Way between 'the sound of the stem to which it is 
attached and adding a final E sound ; thus, Pw, Pwee ; Bw, Bwee ; Tw, 
Twee ; Dw, Dwee ; CHw, Chwee ; Jw, Jwee ; Kw, Kwee ; Gw, Gwee. 

Tay-Mook Stems: — The Pa^-book stems are named in the same 
manner a? the Way-hook signs, with the vowel 6 also inserted to 
facilitate pronunciation ; thus, Pyi Peyee ; By, Beyee ; Ty, Teyee ; 
Dy, Deyee ; CHy, Cheyee ; .Ty, Jeyee ; Ky, Keyee ; Gy, Geyee. 

N-Mook Stems .— Pn, Pen ; Bn, Ben ; Tn, Ten ; Dn, Den ; CHn, 
Chen ; Jn, Jen ; Kn, Ken ; Gn, Gen ; Fn, Fen ; Vjn, Ven ; THn, 
Then; DHn, Dhen; Sn, Es'n; Zn, Zeen; SHn, lai'n : fiffn, Sheen; 
ZHn, Zhen; Xn, Leen: Ln, El'n; Rn, Em; Ra, Been; Mn, Men; 
Nu, Nen, NGn, Ing'n; Wn, Wen; Yn, Yen; Hn, Hen. 

For YiBook Stems:— Vi, Pef; Pv, Pev; Bf, Bcf; Bv, Bev; Tf, 
Tef; Tv, Tev, Df, Def; Dv, Dev; CHf, Chef; CHv. Chev; Jf, Jef; 
Jv, Jev; Kf, Kef; Kv, Kev; Gf, Gef; Gv, Gev; iJf, Reef; Rv, Reev. 

Shun^Sook Stems: — Pshn, Peshun; Bsbn, Beshun; Tshn, Teshun; 
Dshn, Deshun; CHshn, Cheshun; Jshn, Jeshun; Kslm, Keshun; Gshn, 
Geshun; Fshn, Fesbun; Yshn, Veshuu; THsbn, Thesbun; Sshn, 



INTEOUUCTIOS. 



>XX1 



Esshun; Zshn, Zeeslin; SHshn, Islisliun; iSflsUn, SlieeshUn; Xshn 
Leeshun; LsLn, ElsUun; Rshn, Erahun; ^hn, lleeshvini NGsUn, 
lugshun ; "Wslin, Wesliun ; Hshn, Heskun, etc. 

fer-Hook Sterna .-—Ptr, Fetter; Btr, Better; Ttr, Tetter; Btr, 
Detter; iJtr, Reeter, etc. 

Lengthened Simple Stems:— Ttr, Fetter ;'^ Fthr, Fetlier; Fdhr 
FedUer; Vtr, Vetter; Str, Ester; StUr, Esther; Ztr, Zeeter; SHtr, 
Ishter; SHtr, Slieeter; Ztr, Leeter; Ltr, Elter; Rtr, Erter [Sea 
JBeeter] ; NQtr, Ingter, etc. 

ScUf-Ungih Simple Stems ;— Pt, Pet ; Pd, Fed; Bt, Bet; Ft, Fet; Vd, 
Ved; THt, Thet; DHt, Dhet; St, Est ; St (upward), Eest; Zt, Zeet ; 
SHt, Isbt: SSt. Sheet; Xt, Leet; Lt, Elt; Rt, Ert; iJt, Reet; NGt, 
Ingt; Ht„ Het; Hd, Hed. 

Modified Final-hook Stems :— Pntr, Penter; Pnt, Pent; Bntr, Benter; 
But, Bent; DudUr, Dendher; Dnt, Dent; Fntr, Fenter; THudr, 
Thender; Sndr, Esender; Snt, Esent; Zndr, Zeeuder; Znd, Zeend. 

Stems with Small Circle:— sP, Sep; sB, Seb; sT, Set; sJ, Sej ; sK, 
Sek; sF, Sof; sTH, Seth; sDH, Sedh ; sS, Sessee; sZ, Sezee; sSH, 
Sesh: sSlT, Seshee; sM, Sem ; sNG, Seng ; sL, Slee ; sL, Sel ; sR, Ser ; 
siJ, Seree; sW, Sway; sY, Seyay; Ps, Pess ; Bs, Bess ; Ks, Kess; Fs, 
Fess ; THs, Thess ; Ss, Eses ; Zs, Zees ; SHs, Ishes ; SHa, Shees ; Ms, 
Mess or Ems; Ns. Ness or Ens; NGz, Ingz; "Ws, Wess; sPz, Spez; 
sNs, Sens; sXz, Sleez ; sPr, Spree; sBr, Seber ; sTr, Stree ; sDr; 
beder ; sCHr, Secher ; sJr, Sejer ; sKr, Skray ; sGr, Seger. 

Small Circle Between Stems: — Ks-K, Kess-Kay; Gs-P, Gess-Pee; 
B-sK, Bee-Sek; B-zM,Bee-Zem; K-zM, Kay-Zeni; F-s£, Ef-Slee; Mz-M, 
Mez-]V. N-sX,En-Slee;l>-zR,Dee-Zer; N-Zs, En-Zees; Ss-N, Esess-N. 

Sterr with Large Circle: — ssP, Sesspee, ssT, Sesstee ; ssP, Sessef; 
ssV, Sessvee ; szM, Sezem ; szN, Sezen ; Psz, Pessez; Kzz, Kezez ; 
Bnsz, Densez; ^s-T, Rezess-Tee ; Nss-T, Enses-T ; ssPr, Sesper; 
ssTr, Sestcr ; Pzsz, Pezessfiz. 

Sterna with Loops : — stP, Step ; stD, Sted ; stK, Stek; stX, Stlee ; 
stR, Ster ; stJJ, Steree ; Bst, Best ; Fst, Fest ; Sst, Seest ; Zst, Zeest ; 
Rst, Erst ; ifet Reest ; Xst Leest ; Bstr, Bester ; Kstr, Kester,; Fstr, 
Fester: Sstr, Seester ; Zstr, Zeester ; SHstr, Ishister ; ifiHstr, Sheester; 
^sti', Reester ; Xstr, Leester ; Bust, Benst ; Ensti', Kenster. 

Oireles on Hooks :—&P\, Spel ; sBl, Sebel ; sTl, Settel ; sKl, Skel; 
bFI, Sfel; sVI, Svel ; sNl, Snel ; sNGl, Sengel ; sFr, Sefer ; sVr, 
Sever; sMr, Semmer ; Kvz, Kevz ; Fshnz, Feshunz; Vzhnz, Vezhunz; 
Ktrz, Ketterz. 

The name of the dot-sign for -ing is " Ing-dot " ; thus, B-K (•), Bee- 
Kay Ing-dot. 

The initial curl for em, in or un is named by the syllable for which 
it stands in eaeh particular word ; thus, nsKr-B (inscribe), Insker- 
Bee. The final shun-c\iT\ is named in connection with the stem to 
which it is attached ; thus, 'Fzshn (physician), Fezshun. 

The brief sign for Way is called Wee, and is named with the stem 
that follows it ; thus, wV, Weev ; wT, Weet. 

Tlie dot^sign for Hay is named with its accompanying vowel and 
stem; thus, heP, Heep; hoP, Hope; Wlilt, White. 

Tick-Hay is named with the Way-stem to which it is joined , thus, 
h-W, Hway. 



Xnsfi INTBODUCTIOS. 

A stem, with a figure near U indicating tbe position of the word, is 
read thus, P', Pee-one; MtC-)", Met-Ing-dot-Three ; N-G-J»-F^, En- 
Gay-.lay-Two-Ing. 

Wlieu an inverted serai-colon is used to represent the prefix com-, ■ 
con- or cum-, it is named by the syllable for which it stands ; thus, 
iPln" (complain), Com-Plen-Two; :l)--M (condemn), Con-Dee-Two- 
Em; iBrs* (cumbrous), Cum-Bres-Two. But when 'he sign '■ merely 
denotes disjoining it is read thus, V- '. Gt (forget), Ef-Two-Get-Dis- 
jolned. An outline containing an inverted period is read thus, 
D'-Ted (dated), Dee-Two-Ted-Lapped. 

GENERAL REMARKS. 

Attention is called to the following instructions and directions In 
regard to the plan and use of this Dictionary : 

The outlines of words are indicated by their stenotypes. In accord- 
ance with the method explained at the commencement of this Intro- 
duction. 

If the accented vowel-sound of a word is written in Phonography 
with any one of the jFVrg<-;pZac« vowel-signs 'i i "i ~\ "i ^i ''i 
the consonant outline of that word is written in the First position; if 
such vowel-sound is. written with any one of the Second-place vowel- 
signs •! -\ -i the outline of the word takes the Second posi- 
tion; and, if the vowel-sound is written with any one of the Third- 
plaee vowel-signs ^i j ^j the consonant outline takes the 
Third position. 

Whether the outline of a word is written In the firit, Second or 
Third position is shown by the numeral ' , * or ' , placed immediately 
after the stenotype of the consonant-sign that takes the position indi- 
cated by such numeral. The first stem of a word is wi'itten in posi- 
tion, (and the position-numeral is consequently placed to the stenotype 
of the first stem). In all cases except when the outline begins witJi, but 
does not entirely consist of, horizontal stems ; for then the first upright 
or slanting stem is written In position, and the numeral moved forward 
to its stenotype ; thus, ^~\ K-P' (cap), nr^ K-F (coop), T^;^.. K-B' 
(Cuba), T7^.. K-B'-J (cabbage), ":t:>^. M-B'-D (embody), ^^ M- 
N-D' (moneyed), ^^^ K-B'-K (cubic). Phonographers should 
be very particular to write every word in its proper position so that a 
"habit of accuracy in this respect will be early formed; and, as those 
words whose outlines begin with horizontals but contain stems struck 
in other directions are the most difficult for the learner to master, the 
foregoing outline illustrations of the positions of such word-forms 
should be carefully studied. 

To overcome certain practical obstacles that were unavoidable, a 
few words are arbitrarily written out of their proper positions, and 
the writer should be exceedingly careful to always plfce them in the 
positions assigned to them. These words should be practiced upon 
until their outlines and positions are thorouglily memorized The 
following Is a list of them with their stenotypes : AdBantage, 3'- 



INTKODCCTION. xxxiii 

Altogether, Gdhr'; Another, Ndhr'; An^, N'; Do, D»; For, V; Om- 
tleman. Jut'; Go, G"; He, H=; 2fi«2, H'; Other, Dhr"; Cteer, Vr'j 
Own, N'; 2VwtA, Tr'; TFAa*, TS TTAicA, CH«. 

When a word is pronounced in more than one way, if the difference 
is merely of accent, generally each accent is indicated by the posi- 
tion-numeral with which it corresponds, and but one outline is given; 
thus, "Adver'tisement or Advertise'mcnt. D'w'-Vr-T-zMnt [p-or'- 
zMnt]." But if there is a difference in the consonant-sounds used, 
each outline is indicated; thus, "Asthma, St'-M or S'-M or Z'-M." 

When the outline of one word would be liable to conflict with that 
of another, without some special provision being made to avoid it, 
either in the form of the outline or through increased care in writing, 
attention is called to the fact of the confliction, and the provision 
against it, by a reference to such word. Thus, Above is written B-'-V, 
and not Bt-, because B with the hook is used as an abbreviation for 
Before ; therefore, after giving Above and its outline, the words, "See 
Before" are inserted. So after Before will be found "See Above." 

In regai'd to verbs whose past tense and past participle are formed 
regularly, that is by the addition of -d or -ed to the present tense, the 
present tense only is given, and then follows its outline, and imme- 
diately after that -the outlines of the past tense and participle and 
present participle; thus, "Move, M-V", M-Vd^ M-V»-NQ"; "Brush, 
Br=-SH, Br=-8Ut, Br'-SH-NG "; " Look, L'-K, Z'-K-T, L'-K-^G." If 
the verb is irregular, only the outlines of the pai-ts formed regularly 
are given, and theirregular parts are put in their alphabetical places 
like any other independent word; thus, "Break, Br'-K, Br'^-K-NQ", 
the word^" Broke, Br'-K " being inserted elsewhere. All the pai-ts of 
a regular verb have their accent on the same vowel-sound, and so 
their three outlines belong to and ai-e written in one and the same 
word-position. When the plurals of nouns are formed regularly, that 
is by the simple addition of an « or e sound to the singular number, 
the outlines of the plural forms are not given. But when plurals ai-e 
formed irregularly, as wives, men, feet, children, etc., and the Latin 
plural forms, their outlines are given in their proper alphabetic 
places. When an adjective and its corresponding adverb are written . 
with the same outline, the former is printed in full and the latter in- 
dicated by merely adding at the end -y or -ly, only one outline being 
indicated for both words; thus, "Able-y, BP; " " Agreeable-y, Gr-Bl" " 
"Begardful-ly, jB^-Grd-Fl." 

Brackets are placed around stenotypes to indicate that they are ab- 
breviated ; that is, that they do not represent all of the consonants of 
words. In most instances the full outline is first given, and tlien fol- 
lows the abbreviation in brackets ; thus, " Because, B'-Kz [Kz']," 
"Eepresent, 5=-Prz-Nt [JS^-P]." Sometimes an optional abbreviation 
for a part of a word is enclosed in brackets : thus, "Attainableness, 
Tn=-B-Z-N8 [;Bs]," means \hat the first and fiiH outline may be 
used, or the outline "Tn^iBs." The abbreviations for -fuUneaa, 
•kssness, -ioeness, etc., are indicated in a similar way. 

In like manner marks of Parenthesis are placed around outlines 
that, although full— that is, representing all the consonants of a 
word— are especially brief ; thus, " Return, Br-t-Ba {&t'-Ba)." Some- 
times mai-ks of Parenthesis are used to enclose a part of an outline, 

h* 



XXXlV INTBODUCTION. 

as the stenotypes of one or more steins, or of hooks, to indicate tliat it 
is uptional with the writer whether he will use the enclosed signs or 
omit them; thus, "Explainable, Ks-Pln'-B(-L)." Outlines enclosed 
in Parenthesis marks are generally optional, and in most cases are in- 
tended more especially for use by verbatim reporters. 

Compound words generally follow the rule for phi-ase- writing ; that 
is, the fii'st word is written in its proper position, the other word 
being joined at the end. There are a few exceptions to this rule in 
cases where it is more important that the second word should be 
written in its proper position than the first. 

It has been thought best not to cumber this Dictionary with lists 
of phrase'Signs, so they have been only introduced sufflciently to 
show all the principles of Phraseogi-aphy, and thus fulfill the design 
of indicating how each word of the language is written under any 
and all circumstances. See under the words, All, An, And, Are, 
Been, Have, I, It, Not, Of, Or, OtJier, Our, Own, TJian, That, The, 
Their, There, Time, To, Was, We, Were, Wm, Would and Toiir^. 

Although the outline of any word may be ascertained by turning 
to it in the Dictionary, the necessity for such reference may be 
rendered less frequent by specially memorizing the following sugges- 
tions in regard to certain outlines and parts ol outlines that charac- 
terize whole classes of words. 

Rem. 1. The following outlines for terminal syllables, unless the 
preceding pait of the outline renders them impossible or difiicult, 
are seldom if ever deviated from: -graphic, -Grf-K; -graphical-^, 
-Qr-F-Kl; -ography, -Gr-F; -metric, Mtr-K; mstrical-ly, -Mti-Kl; -rior 
or -rier, B-B; -ror or -rer, -Rr; -eiously, -SHs-X; -nion or 7iian, 7z-hoolc 
followed by the stem N; — ^thus, Oeographic, J'-Grf-K; Geographical-ly, 
J'-Gr-F-Kl; Geography, J'-Gr-F; Oeometric, P-Mtr-K; Oeometrical-%, 
3"-UtT-'K\i; Anterior, N-T»-iJ.B; Furrier, F»-JS-B; Bearer, B'-Rr; 
Ourer, K-Rr'; Auipiciougly, S''-P-SHs-i; Oraeiously, Gr-SHs'-i; Jv^ 
didously, Jd'-SHs-X; Companion, iPn'-N; Bemonian, D'-Mn-N. 

, Rem. 2. As there are two forms for the consonants dvr, namely, 
IJ-Vr and Dv-R(-5), in practice an important distinction is gained by 
using D-Vr in words commencing with vowels, such as Ad/ee/rt, 
D'^-Vrt ; Adversity, D--Vrs-T ; and Dv-R(-iJ) in such words as Divert, 
Dv--Rt ; ZHoersity, DV---Z&-T. 

Rem. S. The consonant I, whether followed by a vowel or not, 
when it comes after half-length N or NG, is generally written down- 
ward ; and after half-length M or H it is written upwai-d. 

Rem. 4. The termination -ingty is written -NGl or -NQ-L (down- 
ward) according to which form is most convenient. 

Rem. 5. The dot for -mg. besides being used after outlines that 
Join badly with the stem NG, and after abbreviated outlines, is gen- 
erally employed after stems with final loops ; thus, iJst(')', Besting ; 
Mstr(-)', Mustering. 

In a few cases lyhere the letter n in the common spelling represents 
the sound of ng, for the purpose of securing better outlines, the n-hook 
is used to represent that sound; thus, Fn'-Gs, fungus, instead of the 
outline F^-NG-Gs. 

Every experienced writer of Phonography, whether he uses it in 
reporting, in his correspondence, or for private pm-poses, prefers 



rSTEODUCTION. XXXV 

unvocalized outlines. For tkis reason the indication of full vocaliza- 
tion in a plionogi'apliic dictiouaiy would be of little value. There- 
fore, except in a few instances where vocalization is specially needed, 
the signs of the vowels have been omitted entirely. 

Although the vast majority of the word-forms of Phonography ai'e 
exceedingly facile, so that even an unskilled hand is soon trained to 
mal^e them with ease, still there are a few outlines that contain in- 
trinsic difficulties to which it is necessary to call special attention. 
Thus, the junctions of M-Pt (mapped), M-Bd (mobbed, imbed), stM-Bt 
(steamboat) present difficulties which can only be obviated by bend- 
ing in the final end of the curved stem, not so as to form a hook, but 
yet sufficiently to allow the straight half-length to join at a slight angle. 
When two stems of equal length, one curved and the other straight, 
join without an angle, as M-P, P-N, P-S, N-iJ, TH-P, P-NG, iJ-Z, 
etc., care nmst be taken to make each stem of the combination as 
exact as possible, so that if eitlier is covered the other will be as 
perfect as if it stood alone. It is a good plan for phonograpbers to 
make lists of all forms or outlines that they find difficult to write, 
and then during Icism-e moments to give them special m-actice until 
thtjy cease to be troublesome. 

The stenotypic method of indicating phonographic outlines em- 
ployed in this Dictionary, which is almost entirely the invention of 
the author, is the most simple and perfect means ever devised for 
the purpose. It is better than a nomenclature because it is more 
compact, and also presents a picture more nearly like the shorthand 
signs themselves ; so that, in a mere book of reference like this, it 
answers the purpose of engraving and enables the author to present 
great ix-sults at a trifling cost to the public. 

The first three and the most important questions that the writer of 
Phonography wishes information upon in regard to any word, are, 
first. What is its consonant outline ? — second. Which is its accented 
vowel ? — and third. In which of the three word-pbsitions does the 
accented vowel place that outline V These questions the author has 
answered in regiard to eaeh'word of the language, by giving, first, the 
word with its accented syllable properly marked ; second, the steno- 
types of the full outline, and, third, tlie figure indicating its position, 
fii these important respects this Dictionary is superior to any other 
work of the kind ever published. 

The perfect adaptation to its purpose of the Stenotypy here em- 
ployed is also evidenced by the fact that the stenotypic part of this 
book was aetuaNy set up by the compositors from phonographie copy: 
The author is indebted to Messrs. James J. Williamson, Bicliard 
Harris and Samuel 13. Benn, the phonographic compositors, for the 
accuracy of their work, and the patient perseverence with which tlicy 
have adhered to this long and oftentimes wearisome task of making a 
practical phonographic dictionary of the entire language. 

The Dictionary of Proper Names at the end is an entirely new 
selection, having been compiled by the author from a large number 
of independent lists of names, both biograpliical and geographical. 
Several Directories have been used, and special effort has been made 
to adapt tills part of the work to the particular wants of people in 
this country, by giving preference to American names, 



THE 



DICTIONAEY 



OP 



PRACTICAL PHONOGRAPHY. 



A, the first letter of the 
Alphabet, Is used to repre- 
sent eight distinct vowel 
sonnds, es beard in fate. 
far, fat, fart, ask, all, waap 
and many. In the com- 
plete or extended phono- 
graphic Towel-scale a sep- 
arate sign is- given to each 
of these sounds; but iu 
the scale ordinarily used a 
few slight shades of differ- 
ence in sound are not 
marked, and these eight 
Towels are written as indi- 
cated below; 

a in fote — ^heavy second- 
place dot. yt. 
a in fat, fare and ask — 
light first-place dot. 

a in arm— heavy first- 
place dot. 

a in all— heavy first- 
place dash. 

a in wasp — light first- 
place dash. 

a in many — ^light second- 
place dot. 

A. The word a is writ- 
ten as follows; 

1. By a dot on the line, 
which may be made light 
except when the word is 
imnsoaJly emphasized. To, 



more perfectly distinguish 
a from tht, the dot for a 
may be placed slightly 
above the line. 

2. At the commencement 
of phrases, by a tick struck 
invarioMyiatha direction 
of the stem P. 

3. In the middle or at 
the end of phrases, by, a 
tick struck in the direction 
of either P or CH, accord- 
ing to which gives the best 
junction. 

The dot sign is alwi^s 
preferable when .the tick- 
sign makes an obtuse angle 
with the stem to which it 
is Joined. 
Aam, SMI . 
Aaxon'io, E>-N-K 
Aaron'ical, Bi-K-EI 
Aback', B>-E 
Ab'acua, B>-Eg 
Abaft', Bft« 
Abal'ienate, B>-£-Nt, B'- 

i-N-Td, BS-£-Nt-NG 
Abaliena'tion, B>-£- 

Nshn 
Aban'don, Bn>-Dn, Bni- 

Dnd, Bn»-Dn-Na 
Aban'doned, Bn'-Dnd. 

See Abvmdant, 
Abandonee', Bn»-D-N 
Aban'doner, Bni-D-Nr 
Aban'donment, Bn>-I>n 

iSfnt CBn>-D-3Intl 
Abarticula'tion, B>-£t- 

Elshn 
Abase', Bs', Bst', Bs*-NG 
Abase'meut, Bs-sMnt 



ABA 

Abash', Bi-SH, B>-SH*, 

B>-SH-Na 
Abash'ment, Bi-SH-Mnt 
Abat'able, Bf-Bl 
Abat^', Bt:, BS-Td, Bt^-) 
Abatement, Bt^Mnt 
Ab'atis, Bi-Ts 
Aabat'oT, Btr» 
Abat'toir, Bt<-Wr 
Abb, Bi 
Ab-ba, ftB« 
Ab'bacy, B'-B 
Abba'tial, B<-SE1 
Ab'be, Bai 
Ab'besB, Bsi 
Ab'bey, Bi 
Ab'bot, ftBt« 
Ab'botship, Bt< !SH 
Abbre'Tiate, Br*-Vt, Br"- 

V-Td, Bra Vt(-) 
Abbrevia'tion, Br'-Vshn 
Abbre'viator, Br"-Vtr f 
Abbre'riatory, Brs-V- . 

T-H 
Abre'Tiature, Br'-vtr 
Ab'dicant, Bd'-Ent 
Ab'dicate, Bdi-Et, Bd'- 

K-Td, Bd»-Et-NG 
Abdica'tion, Bd'-Eehn 
Ab'dicative, Bd'-Kt-v 
Ab'ditory, Bdi-T-B 
Abdo'men, B--D-Mn 
Abdom'inal, B'-D-M-NI 
Abdom'inous, Bi-D-M- 

Ns 
Abduce', Ba-Ds, B'-Dst, 
Abdu'cent, Bs-Ds-Nt 

B'-Ds-NG 
Abduct', B>-D-St, B3-I>. 

K-Td,B«-D-Kt-NG 

Abduo'tioni B'-S-Eshn 



ABD 

Abduc'tor, B'-D-Ktr 
Abeam', U»-M 
Abear'ance, Bi-Kns 



Abeoeda'riau, Bs'-D-Au Aboli'tionism, S'-Lahii' 



Abed', Bd' 
Abele', B>-L 
A'belmoak, Bl^-Ms-E j, 
Aber'rance, BS-Bns 
Aber'rant, B' -But 
Aberra'tion, B~Jishn 
Abet', Bts, £i-Td, Btc)9 
Abet'ment, Bt^-Mnt 
Abet'ter or Abet'tor, 

Btr< 
Abey'ance, Bs-Ns 
Ab'gregate, B»-Gr-G-T 
Ab'lior, B'-Hr, Bi-Hrd, 

Bi-Hr-NG 
Abhor'rence, B'-H-iins 
Abhor'rency, B'-Hin-Sf: 
Abtaor'rent, B'-H-ifnt 
Abhor'rently, B"-H- 

Rnt-L 
: Abhor'ror, B'-Hr-E 
A'bib, Bs-B 
Abide', Bdi,BdC)i 
Abid'er, B'-Dr X 

Abid'ingly, Bd'-NGl 
Ab'igail, B'-Gl 
Abil'ity, B'-L-T(-Lt) 
Abintes'tate, BS-N-Ts-Tt 
Abirrita'tion, B^-Ji-Tsiui 
Ab'jeot, B'-J-Kt . 
Abjeo'tion, BS-JKshn 
Ab'jectly, B>-J-Kt-£ 
Ab'Jectness, B>-J-Et-Ns 
Ab]u'dicate, B^-Jd-Kt 
Abjudioa'tion, BS-Jd- 

Eshn 
Abjura'tion, B^-Jrshn v< 
Abju'ratory, B»-Jpt-Je *• 
Abjure', B»-Jr, Ba-Jrd, 

B»-Jr-NG 
Abjur'er, B'-Jr-E x 

Ablacta'tiou, S'-L-K 

Tshn 
Abla'queate, B'-L-Kw-T 
Ablaquea'tion, 

KwBhn 
Abla'tion, BS-Lshn 
Ablative, B'-it-V 
Ablaze', Blz> 
A'ble, (o.) Bl' Bl'-R. Bl8t» , 
A'ble-bodied, Bl'-B-Dd ■< 
A'bleness, Bl'-Ns 
Ab'lepay, B>-i-P-S 
Ab'lueut, B'-L-Nt 
Ablu'tiou, B^-JSshn 
A'bly, BIS 
Ab'negate, Bi-NGt 
Abnega'tlon, B--N-Gs]iii 
Abnega'tor, B^-N-Otr 
Abnorm'al, B'-Nr-Ml 



3 

Aborishment, B'-z-SH- 

Mnt 
Aboli'tion, B^-Zstan 



Z-M 
Aboli'tionist, B<-£shn-St 
Aboli'tionize,B>-£sIin-Z 
Aboma'sum, Bs-Ms-M 
Aboma'BUs, B'-Mes 
Abom'inable-y, B'-M-N- 

Bl 
Abom'inate, B'-m-N-T, 
B»-M-N-Td, B'-M-N-T- 
NG 
Abomina'tion, B'-M- 

Nshn 
Aborig'inal, B'-R-l-TS} 
Aborig'ines, B^-A-J-Nz 
Abor'tion, B'-Ashn 
Abor'tive, B>-Bt-V 
Abor'tiveuesB, B'-iit-T- 

Ns [iVs] 
Abound', Bndi, Bn'-Dd. 

Bnd'-NG 
About', Bt» 

Above', B«-V. See B^ore. 
Above'-board, Bs-V-Brd 
Abracadab'ra, Br'-K-D- 

Br 
Abrade', Brd^, BrS-Dd, 

Bid(-)a 
Abra'sion, Brzhn' •{■ 
Abreast', Bruts 
Abreuvoir', Br'-V-Wr 
Abridge', Br'-J, Br^-Jd, 

Br» J-NG 
Abridg'er, Br»-Jp -^ 

Abridg'ment, BrS-j-Mnt 
Abroach', Br«-CH 
A.broad', Brdi 
Ab'rogate, Br'-Gt, Br>-G 

Td, Bri-Gt-N6 
Abroga'tion, Bri-Gshn 
Abrupt', B'-B-Pt -~- 

Abrup'tion, B=-i!-Pslin 
Abrupt'ly, Bs-«-Pt-i 
Abrupt'ness, E>-ii-Ft-Ne 
Bs-iJAb'soess, B'ss» =*■ 
Abscind', Bss-Nd 
Ab'scias, Bs6> 
Absois'sa, B^-eS 
Absois'sion, Bezlm' 
Abscond', B'-sEnd, B' 

sKn-Dd, Bi-sKnd-Na 
Abscond'er, B'-sKndr 
Ab'seuee, Bs'-Ns /t 

Ab'sent,-. Bs'-Nt, Bs«-N- 

Td. BgS-NtNG 
Absenta'tion, Bs'-N- 

Tshn 
Absentee', Bs'-N-T- 
Absentee'ism, Bs'-N-T- 
zM 



Abnorm'ity, B'-Nr-M-TA Absent'er, Bs'-Ntr 



Aboard', B--Rd (Brd^) 

Abode', Bd« 

Abol'ish, Bi-£-BH, B^-L- 

SHT. Bi L-SH-NG 
Abol'ishable, B>-£-SH-Bl 
Abol'isher, B>-£-SHr 



Absinthe', Bs»-N-TH 
Absin'thian, Bs'-N-THn 
Absin'thiate, Bs^-N- 

TH-T 
Ab'solute.B'-si 
Ab'BOlutely, £i.s£t>4. 



ABU 

Ab'solnteness, B'-sZt-NB 
Absolu'tion, B>-s£slin 
Ab'solutilim, B>-s£tz-M 
Ab'solutist, Bi-si-Tst 
Absolutist'ic, B>-b£- 

TBt-K 
Absolutory, B'-s£-T-B 
Absolv'able, Bi-sL-V-Bl 
AbsolT'atory, B«-sL-V- 

T-« 
Absolve', Bi-s£-T, B>-s£- 

Vd, B'-BtrV-Na 
Absolv'er, B'-si-Vp 
Ab'sonant, BB'-Nnt 
Absorb', Bi-sB-B, B'-bS- 

Bd, Bi'SB-B-NG 
Absorbability, B«-s«-B- 

Bl-T (-Bit) 
Absorb'able, B>-sfi B-Bl 
Absorb'ent, B'-sB-But 
Absorp'tion, B<-BB-P8hn 
Absorp'tive, B'-sB-Pt-V 
Absorptiv'ity, B»-B«-Pt- 

VT (-Vt) 
Abstain', Bs^-Tn, Bs'- 

Tnd, B6=TnNG 
Abste'mious, Bs^-i-Ms 
Abste'miously, Bs^-T- 

Ms-i 
Abste'miousness, Bs'-T- 

Mb-Ns 
Absterge', Bs^-T-B-J 
Abster'gent, Bs^-X-B- Jnt 
Absterse', Bs'-T-Rs 
Abster'sion, Bi>*-T-Bshn 
Abster'sive, Bs»-T-Bs-V 
Ab'stinence, Bs'-Tn-Ns -4 
Ab'stinent, Bs'-Tn-Dt 
Abstract', B'-BTr-Kt, Bi- 

sTr-E-Td, B'-sTr-Et-NG 
Ab'stract, B>-sTi>Et 
Abstract'edly, B>-sTr-K- 

Td-i 
Aha teaot'er. B'-g Trtr 
Ab^raotly, B'^Tr-Kt-i 
Abstract'edness, B>-sTr- 

E-Td-Ns • 
Abstrac'tion, Bi-sTr- 

EKhn ' 

Abstracti'tious, B^sTr- 

E-T-Sfls 
Abstraot'ive, B^-BTr- 

Kt-V 
AVstraotness, Bi-sTr- 

Et-Ns 
Abstruse', B»-BTrs 
Abstruse'Iy, B^-sTr-sZ 
Abstruse'ness, B>-sTr8- . 

Ms 
Absurd', B'-BBd ^ 
Absurd'ity, B«-BBd-T ^ 
Absurd'ly, B2.sRd-t j. 
Absurd'ness, B>-BRd-Ns f 
Abun'danoe, Bod' Nb x 
Abun'dant, Bnd^-Nt. Sea ; 

Abandonftd, 
Abun'dantly, Bnd'-Nt-I, 
Abuse', («.; Bz», Bzd>, 

Bzs-NG 
Abuse'i (n.) Bs< 



ABU 

Abus'er, B'-Zr 
Abu'sive, Bs»-V 
. Ab.u'sively, Bs'-V-i 
' Abu'siveuess, Bs^-V-Ns 
t'.Vs) <^ 

Abut', Bt:, B«Td, Bt(')» i 
Abut'tal,BS-Tl 
Abys'ma.!, B>-zM-£ 
Abyss', Bs» 
Abyss'al, Bs"-L 
Abyssin'ian, Be^-Nn 
Aca'cia, K SHs 
Acade'mial, K-D»-M-L 
Acade'miau, K-D^-Uq ¥ 
Academ'ic, K-D>-M-K 
Academ'ical-ly, E-D*- 

M-El 
Aca4emi'cian, E-D>- 

MsfaQ 

Acad'emy, E-D'-M 
Ac'aleph, K -i'-F 
Acale'pha, K-L^-T 
Aoale'phan, K-i»-Fn 
Acan'tha, R-N-THi 
Acantha'ceous, E-N- 

Aoan'the, E-N-TH" 
Acan'thus, E-N-THs» 
Acatalec'tic, E-T^-i- 

T-K 
Acatalep'tics, E-T>-i- 

Pt-K 
Apau'Kne, E-Za* 
Acau'lous, K-/,s> 
Accede',, Ks-D', Es-Dda, 

Es-D»-NG 
Accei'erate, E-s/.<-Jit, 

E-sL>-fl-Td, E-sZ9-flt-N6 
Accelera'tiou, K-sIfi- 

Baba 
Ai;cel'erative, 

Kt-V 
Accel'erator, K-sL'Str 
Acoel'eratory, K-aL'-B- 

1-B 
Ac'oent, (re.) Es'-Nt 
Accent', (v.) Es»-Nt, Es- 

N-Td!. Es^-Nt-NG 
Acceut'or, E8--Ntr 
Aeoent'ual, Es-N CH'L 



3 



ACE 



Accessibil'ity, EEs-B'-Jt^lAcoouiit'able-y, E-Ni 



T (-it) 
Acces'sion, Esslin' 
Acces'sional, Ksshn-lfl 
Accesso'ria}, E-ssii-L 
Acces'sorily, K-sslP-L 
Acces'soriness, E-es12- 

Ns 
Acces'sory, E-ssiJs 
Ac'cidence, Es-Dusi 
Accident, Es-Dnti 
Accident'ai-ly, Ee-Dnf- 

L 
Accip'ient, Es-Pnt' 
Accip'lter, Es-Ptrs 
Acclt Jm', liEl>-M 
Acclama'tion, El'-Mshn 
Acclam'atory, El-Mt-iei 
Accli'mate, El'-Mt, El- 

M-Td', El>-UtC) 
Acclima'tion, El^-Mehn 
Accli'matize, Kl-M-Tz', 

E-M-Tzd', El-M-TzJ-NG 
Accli'mature, El>-Mtr 
Aooliv'ity, El-va.T 
Aeoli'vous, El-Vsi 
Accolade', E-£>-D 
Ac'Solent, K-LnV- 
EjlAccom'modate, E!Dt^ 
1 ESDi'Td, K!Dt(-)> 
Accommoda'tion, E 

!DshnSorE-DRhn* 
Accom'modative. e:d> 

Tt 
Accom'modator, E !Dir> 
Accom'pauiment, E 

P-N-Mnt 
Accom'panist, E tP'-Nst 
Accom'pany, E-P'-N, E- 

ps-N-D, E-PS-N-NG 
K-Bi*; Accom'plioe, E !Pls> 

Accom'plish, E-F1>-SH, 

E-Pl>-SHt, R-Pll-SH-NG 
Accom'plished, E-P1>- 

SHt 
Accom'plishment, E- 

Pli-SH-Mut 
Accord', Erdi, Er-Dd', 

Erdi-NG 
Accord'able, Erd-Bli 



> 



Aoeent'uate, Es-N-CHtii^ Accord'ance, Erdi 



EsN-CH'-Td, Es-N 

CHt»-NG 
Accent'uation, Es-N- 

CHshn! 
Accept', Es-Pt<, Es-ps.. 

Td, Ks-Pt(')« ' 

Acoept'able-y, Es-Pts-BI 
Accepfableness, Es-Pt^- 



Bl-Ns [!Br] 
Acceptabu'ity, 
BIT (-Bit) 



Es-Pt>. 



Aecept'ance, Es-P'-Tns ' Accoucheur', E-SHr» 
Aocepta'tion, Eb-P»- 

Tshn 1 

Accept'er, Es-Ptr» 
Access' or Ac'cess, 

Kss'or' 
Acces'sary, E-ssK' 
Acoes'sible, Ebs-B*-L A 



Bll d. 
-Ns, 1 

[ft "V 



Accord'ant, Erdi-Nt 
Accord'antly, Erd-Nt-L' 
Accord'ing, Erd>-NG 

[Krd'] 
Accord'ingly, Erd-NG- 

L [Erd'ii,: 
Aoeor'dion, Er-Dn' 
Accost', Est', EB-Td>, 

Kst(-)> 
Accoucbment', E-SH>- 

Mn 



Account', K'-Nt, Ei-N- 
Td', Ei-Nt-NG— So writ- 
ten to dlstlngniBh per- 
fectly from the otttUne 
of Amount, 

Accouutabirity, E-Nt- 
B1»-T,^ ■ ^, 



Bll 
Account'ableness, E. 

Nt-Bll-Ns [iBs] 
Accouut'ant, E'-Nt-Nt ■ 
Accoup'Ie, E-P19 
Accou'ter or Accou'tre, 

Ktrs, Ktrda. Etr»-NG 
Accou'trements, E-Tr»- 

Mnts 
Accred'it, Er-Df, Er-DS- 

Td, Er-DtC)a 
Acore'tion, Erehn' 
Accre'tive, Er-Tv' ; 

Accroacb', Et-ch> 
Accrue', .Er", Erd', Er"- 

NG 
AccTu'ment, Er^-Mnt 
Accuba'tion, E-Bshn' 
Accum'bency, E iBn^S 
Accum'be'nt, E IBnt' 
Accu'mulate, E-M-£ts, 

R-M-Z,»-Td, E-M-itJ-NG 
Accumula'tion, E-U- 

£shn! 
Accu'mulatire, E-M- 

Xts-V 
Accu'mulatively, E-U- 

Accu'mulator, E-IliI-£tr> 
Ac'curacy, K-tt'-8 
Ac'curate, E-i!ti 
Ac'curately, E-iit>-jD 
Ac'curateness, E-£f-Na 
Accurse', aErs' 
Aeours'ed, aErB-D« ^ 
Accus'able, Ez-B'-L 
Accus'ant, Ez«-Nt 
Accusa'tion, Ezstn' 
Accu'satire, Ez-Trs 
Accu'satively, Ez.T»-Vl 
Acou'satory, Ez-T'-U 
Accused Ez3 Ezd^, Ez'- 

NG 
Accus'er, E-Zr» 
Accus'tom, Kb-I'-IH, Es- 

*«-Md, ES-T2-M-NG 
Accus'tomary, Es-TS-M- 

B 
Ace, aS» 

Acel'dama, SI^D-M 
Ac'epbal, Si-Fl 
Aceph'alan, S-^Fln 
Aeeph'alous, S'-Fls 
Ace'-point, S'-Pnt 
Acerb', Srs-B 
Acerb'lty, Si-»-B-T- -i 
Acer'ic, Sr^-E 
Ac'erose,8:-iZs 
Aces'cence, Ss^Ns 
Aces'cency, Ss'-N-S 
Aoes'cent, Ss>-Nt 
Acetab'ulum, S'-T-Bl-U 
Ao'etate, S>-Tt 
Acet'ic, or Ace'tic, 

St^ora-E 
Acetifloa'tion, St^-F- 

Eshn 
Aoet'ify. St»-F, Sta-Fd, 

SP-F-Na 



AOB 

A.cetim'eter, St^-Mtr 
Acetim'etry, St>-M-Tr 
A.ce'tou8, S'-Ts 
Aee'tum, S»-T-M 
Aohe, KS, Kta, KS-Na 
Aohe'an, E'-N 
Achier'able, CHv»-B-Ij 
Achieve', CHts, OHTd", 

CHva-N& 
Achievement, CHT^-Miit 
Aohiev'er, CHS-Vr 
Ach'ing, K2-NG 
A'ohor, Kr2 
Achromatic, Er<-Mt-E 
Achromatic'ity, Er - M 

Ts8-T 
Achro'matism, Er'-Mtz- 

M 
Acic'ular, S'-E-£r 
Acic'ulate, S^-E-Xt 
Acic'ulated, S'-E-X-Td 
Ao'id, S»-D 

Acid'iflable, S'-D-F-Bl 
Acid'iflcation, S<-Df- 

Esbn 
Acid'ifler, S'-D-Fr 
Acid'ify, S'-D-F, S»-Df-D, 

S'-Df-NG 
Acidim'eter, S'-D-Mtr 
Aoid'ity, S»-D-T 
Ac'idneSB, S>-D-Ks 
Acid'ulate, B'-D-Lt, S'- 

D-i-Td, S>-D-Zt-NG 
Acid'ulouB, S9-D-£8 
Aoin'tform, S«-N-P-R-M 
Acknowl'edge, E-Nl-J', 

K-Nl-Jd', E-Nl-Ji-NG 

[E-N-Ji K-H-JdS E-N- 

J>-NG] 
Acknowredgment, E 



Acquis'itiveness, Kwz- 

Tv»-Ns 
Acquif , Ewts, Ew-Tds, 

Ewt3-NG 
Acauit'ment, Ewt^-Mnt 
Acquit'tal; Ew-Tl' 
Acquittance, Ew-Tns^ 
Acrase' or Acraze', Erz' 
A'ore, Er=i 
A'creage, Er-ja 
Ac'rid, Er-D> 
Ac'ridnesB, Kr-Di-Ns 
Acrimo'nious, Er^-M-Ns 
Acrimo'niously, Ei-M- 

Ns-LS 
Ac'rimony, Er'-M-N 
Ac'rltude, EfTdi 
Ac'Toamat'io, EiUIftriB: 
Ac'roamat'ical, TU^rWt- 

El 
Acroat'ic, Er-T'-E 
Ac'robat, Er-BU 
Acrobafic, Er-Bt'-E 
Ac'rogen, Kr-Jnt 
AcTOg'enous, Er-J>-Ns 
Acron'ycal, Er'-N-El 
Aorop'olis, Er-Pi-is 
Ac'rospire, Ers-F>-B 
Across', Ersi 
Acros'tic, Ers-T'-E 
Acros'tically, Ers-T'-El 
Act, Eti, E-Td>, Et'-NO^ 
Aotin'ic, E-T'-N-K *^ 
Actin'iform, E-TS-N-F- 

B-M 
Actinism, E-Tn'-Z-M 
Actinom'eter, E - T' - N- 

Mtr 
Ac'tion, Esbn' 
Ac'tionable, Eslin-B'(-L) 



Ac'olyte, E-rt* 
Ac'olyth, E-£i-TH 
Ac'^nite, E>-Kt 
A'corn, Em> 
Aootyle'don, E-T»-£-Dn 
Aeotyled'onous, E-T»- 

£-D-N8 
Acous'tic, Es-T'or»-E 
Acous'.tics, Es-T'or»-Es 
Acquaint', Ewiit<, Ewn- 

Td«, Ewnts-NG 
Acquaint'ance, Ewnt^- 

Ns 
Acquiesce', Ew-S^ Ew- 

St*!, EW-S8-NG 
Acquies'cence, Ew-Bns' 
Acquies'cent, Ew-Snt^ 
Acquir'able, Ew-Ri-Bl 
Acquire', Eir-B> Ew- 

iJdi, Ew-B»-NG 
Acquire'ment, Ev-B>- 

Mnt 
Acquir'er, Ew-Er> 
Acquisl'tion, Kvzthn' 
Acquis'itive, Ewz-Tt» 



AcquiB'itively, Kwz-.I>> Ad'age, DW h^ 
vr |Aa»'gio,I>i-J^ 



Nl-Ji-Mnt [E-N-J'-Mnt: Ac'tionably, Eshn-Bi(-X) 
Aoiin'io, El«-N-E ' " ~ ~ 

Ac'me,E>-U 



Ac'tlonary, Kstm-B^ 
Ac'tionist, Eshn-iSti 



Ac'tive, Et-V 
Aot'ively, Kt-v>-i 
Aot'iveness, EI-VI-Nb 
Actir-ity, Et-V»-T (-Tt) 
Act'or, Etri 
Aot'resB, E-Trs' 
Act'ual, Et-L» 
Actual'ity.Et-£»-T 
Actualiza'tiou, Et- 

Xizahn* 
Act'ualize, Et-£z> 
Act'ually, Et-i' 
Aot'uary, &CH>-B 
Act'uate, E-CHt«, E-CH>. 

Td, E-CHt(')« 
Actua'tioniE-OHslm* 
Acuaeate, K'£»-T 
Acu'men, E'-Mn 
Acu'minate, E-M-N-T^ 
Aoumina'tion, £> ■ M - 

Nehn 
Acupuncfure, K-P'- 

NGtr 
Acute'. E-T3. See Cute. 
Aeute'ly, E-T»-£ 



ADI 

Ad'amant. Dl-Out. See 

Diamond, 
Adamamte'on, V-Mu-Ta 
Adaman'tine, D'-Mn-Tn 
Adam'ic, D'-M-E 
Adanso'nia, D^-Ns-N 
Adapt', D»-Pt, D'-P-Td, 

Di-PtC) 
Adaptabil'ity, D'-Pt^Blt 
Adapt'ablenesB, D> - Pt- 

Bl-Na [IBs] 
Adapt'able, D>-Pt-Bl 
Adapta'tion, D'-F-Tstan 
Adapt'er, D>-Ptr 
Add, Di, Ddi, Di-NG 
Ad'dable, Di-Bl 
Adden'dum, Dn^-D-M 
Ad'der, Dr> 
Addibil'ity, D>-BH* 
Ad'dible, Di-Bl 
Addict', D3-Et, D3-E-Td, 

D3-Et(-) 
Addict'ednesB, D^-E-Td- 

Ns 
Addic'tion, D^-Eshn 
Addi'tion, Dstan' 
Addi'tional, Dsbn'-L 
Addi'tionally, Vsim'-L 
Ad'ditive, D'-Tt 
Ad'dle, Dli 
Address', Drs', Drst^ 

Drs2-NG 
Address'er, Sr'-sB 
Adduce', Ds», DbP, Da«- 

NO 
Addu'cent, Ds'-Kt 
Addu'oible, Ds^-BI 
Adduc'tion, D'-Eehn 
Adduc'tive, D^-Et-V 
Adduc'tor, D«-Etr 
Ademp'tion, D^Mshn 
Adenog'raphy, D>-N-a»- 

F 
Adenol'ogy, Di-Nl-J 
Adept', Ds-Pt 
Ad'equacy, D^-Ew-S 
Ad'equate, Di-Ewt 
Ad'equately, D'-Ewt-L 
Ad'equateuesB, D'-Ewt- 

Ns 
Adhere', D»-R, D»-Bd, If- 

7P-NG. See Here. 
Adher'ence, V-Sna 
Adher'ency, D3-£b-S 
Adher'ent, D^-Ant 
Adher'ently, V-Bai-L 
Adher'er, D«-B-B 
Adhe'sion, D'-Hzbn 
Adhe'sive, D»-Hs-V 
Adhe'sively, DS-Hs-V-£ 
Adhe'sivenesB, ds-Hb-V- 

Ns f.Va] 
Adhor'tatory, D>-H-flt- 

Adieu', D' 

Adipoo'erate, D>-F-sKt 
Adipooera'tion, l>*-V- 

aB^ha 
Ad'ipoeere, d>-P-bB 
Ad'ipose, I)>-P« 



i'it, Dti 

ja'oency, Js~N-3 
ja'cent, Js'-Kt 
jecti'val, J'-Kt-V-L 
.'jeotive, J>-Kt-v 
.'jeotivoly, J'-Kt-V-£ 
join', D>-Jn, Di-Jnd, 
I'-Jn-NO. See Join, etc. 
jouru', Jm", Jnids, 

ijoam'ment, JrS(-N)' 

Cut 

judge', Ds-J-J, D=-J-J. 

I na-J-J-NG. See Judge. 

ju'dleate, Jd'-Kt, Jd»- 

;-Td, Jd»-Kt-NG 

Ijudica'tion, Jd'-Eehn 

ju'dicator, Jd>-Etr 

I'junot, Ji-NGt 

ijuno'tion, Js-NGshn 

[junct'iTe, JS-ng-Tt 

Ijunct'ly, J»-NGt-L 

Aura'tion, I'-Rsbn 

jure', ja-B, Js-Bd, J»- 

;-NG 

Ijup'er, J'-R-B 

just', Jsta Jii-sTd, Jst'- 

rG 

[just'able, J2.sT-bi 
jast'age, J>-sT-J 
liust'er, Jstr^ 
i]ust'ment, J^-sT-Iklnt 
I'jutage, J'-TJ 
I'jutancy, J'-Tn-8 . 
/Jutont, J»Tnt J 
ju'vant, Jv»-Nt T 
.meas'ure, B^-M-ZHr, 
i2-M-ZHrd, I>i-M-ZBr- 
G 

meaa'urement, V-M- 

Hr-Mnt 

.meas'urer, D>-U-ZHr- 

mensora'tion, B'-U- 
s-iZshn 

miEL'ister, D'-M-Nstr, 
"i-M-Ns-T-Rd [-Ss-Td], 
i'-M-Nstr(-) 

miniBte'rial, ds-m- 
s-T -iJl 

min'istrable, D^-M- 
-6Tr-Bl [Ns-T-Bl] 
ministra'tion, D'-M- 
-sTrshn [ Ns-Tshn] 
min'istrative, D^-M- 
-sTr-Tv [-Ks-T-Tv] 
ministra'tor, D^-M- 
-sTrtr [-Ns-Ttrt 
ministra'torship, D'- 
E-m-sTrtr-SH-P t-Ns-Ttr- 
B] 

ministra'trix, S^-U- 
■sTr-Tr-Ks [-NsKs] 
'mirable-y, D"M-B- 
1 

'miral,D'-M-fll 
'miralship, D<-M-fiI- 
H-P [!8H] 

'miralty, D' M-Bl T 
mira'tion, D'-JI-iiBiui 



S 

A&nire', Di-M-B, Di-M- 

Bd, D'-M-K-NQ 
Admir'eT, D>-M-Bf 
AdmiT'ingly, Di-M-ie 

NGl 
Admissibirity, D^-Ms 

B-i-T (-it) 
Admis'sible, D^-Hs-b 

Admis'sion, D>-MBbn 
AdmiV, na-Mt, Da-M-Td, 

D«-MtC) 
Admit'table, D» Mt-Bl 
Admit'tance, Da-M-Ins 
Admix', Da-M-Es 
Admix'tion, Di-M-Es- 

CHn 
Admiz'ture, D'-M-EstT 
Admon'iBh, Di-M-N-SH, 

Di-M-N-SHt, DI-M-N-SH- 

NG 
Admon'isher, D'-SI-N' 

SHr 
Admoni'tlon, D'-M-Nshn 
Admon'itive, D!-M-N-Tt 
Admon'itor, Di-Mntr 
Admon'itory, D'-M-N-T- 

R 
Adnas'oent, D'-Ns-Nt 
Ad'nate, D'-N-T 
Ado', Ds 
Ado'be, D"B 
Adoies'cenoe, D^-is-Ns 
Adoles'cency, D'-£s-N-S 
Adoles'cent, S'-Lstit 
Adopt', D'-Pt, D'-P-Td, 

D'-PtC) 
Adopt'er, D'-Ptr 
Adop'tion, S'-Fshn 
Adopt'ive, D'-Pt-V 
Ador'able-y, D'-iJ-Bl 
Ador'ablenesB, D^-ii-Bl- 

Ns [!Bs] 
Adora'tion, D'-iishn 
Adore', DS-B, Ds-Ra,D»- 

fi-NG "-^a^e^ 

Ador'er, D»-S-« 
Adorn', D'-i8u, D'-iSnd, 

D»-/Jn-NG 
Adom'er, Di-Rn-B 
Adorn'ingly, D>-iSn-NG- 

L 
Adorn'ment, D'-fin-Mnt 
Adosoula'tion, Ds^Elslm 
Adown', aDn» 
Adrift', Drft» 
Adroit', Drt' 
Adroit'ly, Drt'-i 
Adroit'ness, Drt>-KB 
Adry', Dr' 

Adsciti'tious, Ds'-T-SHs 
Adula'tion, D^-Xshn 
Ad'ulator, D'-£tr 
Ad'ulatory, D'-i-T-B 
Adult', D»-Lt 
Adul'terant, D'-Zt-Knt 
Adul'terate, D«-it-Bt, 

D2 £t-BTd. D«-it-JJt-NG 

Adultera'tion, D>-£t- 
izshn 



ADV 

Adul'terer, D»-it-Br 
Adul'tereBS, D3-Z.t-£B 
Adul'terine, Jfi-LXSa 
Adul'terous, D^-Z.t-iis 
Adul'tery, D»-it-« ■ 
Adult'ness, Ds-it-Ns 
Adum'braut, D2-M-Bm) 
Adum'brate, D^-M-Bit 
Adumbra'tion, D'-Ms 

Brshn 
Adun'city, D'-Ns-T 
Adun'cous, D'-NG-Eb 
Adust', aDsta 
Adus'tion, Db'-CHii 
Advance', Dv'-Ns, Dv'- 

Nst, Dv>-Ns-NG 
Advance'ment, Dt>-Ns- 

Mnt 
Advano'er, Dv'-Ns-B 
Advan'tage, Dv'-Nt-J 

[js. SeeJbjd, Dv'-Nt-Jd, 

Dvi-Nt-J-NG 
Advan'tage-groued^ 

Dvi-Nt-J-Gnid 
Advanta'geous, Dv'-Nt- 

Jb [J2 8] 
Advanta'geously, Dv»- 

Nt J-8t [J» S-i] 
Advanta'geousnesa, 

Dv2-Nt J» Ns tJ'-S-Ns] 
Advene', Dv>.N 
Adven'ient, Dv'-Nnt ~ 
Ad'vent, Dv>-Nt ' 

Adrenti'tiouB, Dv'-Nt- 

SHs 
Adventi'tiously, Dv'-Nt- 

8H8-£ 
Advent'ive, Dv'-Nt-V 
Advent'ual, Dv'-Ht-I/ 
Advent'ure, Dv'-Ntr, 

DvH-Ntr-D. Dv'-Ntr-NG 
Advent'urer, DTS-Ntr-B 
Advent'uresome, Dv«- 

Ntrs-M 
Advent'urous, DT=-Ntr-S 
Advent'urously, ®v»- 

Ntr-Sl . / 

Advent'urousnesB, Dv>- 

Ktrs-Ns 
Ad'verb, D>-Vr-B 
Adverb'ial, DS-Vr-B-I, 
Adverb'ially, Ds-Vr-B-i 
Ad'versary, D'-Vrs-iS 
Adver'sative, D'-Vrs-Tr 
Ad'verse, D'-Vre. See 

Diverse. 
Ad'versely, D'-Vrs-L 
Ad'verseness, D'-Vrs-NB 
Adver'sity, D"-Vrs-T 
Advert', D2-Vrt, D2-Vr- 

Td. D2 Vrt-NG 
Advert'enoe, D^-Vr-Tiis ■ 
Advert'enoy, D8-Vr-Tu-S 
Advert'ent, DS-Vr-Tnt 
Advertise', D>-Vr-Tz, D'- 

Vr-Tzd, Di-Vr-Tz-NG 

[Dz>. Dzd'. Dz(-)'] 
Adver'tisement or Ad- 

vertise'ment, D'or'- 

Vr-T-zMnt [D»or'-zMntJ 



ADV 

Adver'tisement or Ad- 
yertise'ment, D » or i - 
Vr-T-zMtit [Di-zMnt] 
Advertis'er, Di-Vr-T-Zr 

tD'-Zr] 
Advice', Di-Vs 
Advice'-boat, Di-Vs-Bt 
AdviB'able, D>-Vz-Bl 
Advis'ableness, Di-Vz- 

Bl-Ns [!Bs] 
Advise', Di-Vz, D>-Vzd, 

D'-Vz-NG. See Z)«i)we. 
Advis'edly, D'-Vz-D-L 
Advis'ednesa, D'-Vz-D- 



Ns 



Advise'ment, Di-Vz-Mnt 
Advis'er, D'-V-Zr 
Advi'sory, Di- Vz-iJ 



Affecta'tion, FS-K-Tslm 
Affect'ed, F'-E-Td 
Affeofedly, F2-K-Ta-i 
Affect'edneBS, I^-E-Td- 

Nii 
Affeet'er, F^-Ktr 
Affect'ing, F^-K-T-NG 
Affeot'ingiy, FS-K-T-NGl 
Affeo'tion, F'-Kshn 
Affec'tionate, F^-Kslm'T 
AfTec'tionately, F>-Eslm 

'T-i 

Affec'tionatenesB, F^- 

Kehn'T-Na 
> Affec'tioned, F^-E-SHnd 



Ad'vocaoy, DtI-k-S '^Affl'aace, Fi-Ns, Fi-Nst, 
Ad'vooate, Dvi-Kt, Dri- ™ " "" 

E-Td, Dvl-Et-NG 
Advoca'tion, Dvs-Eshn j Affl'ant, Fi-Nt 



Advowee', D^-V 

Advow'son, Di-Vz-N 

Adynam'ic, Di-N-M-E ^ Affil'iate, F8-£-T, F»-£- 
Afi'vfa. ■nl.T ^ Til Tra.rf.wrt 



Ad'yta, Di-X 
Ad'ytum, D'-T-M 
Adz or Adze, Bz' 
iB'dile, D»-L 
.ffig'ilopB, J'-L-Va 
JB'gia, Js> 
^o^lian, Zn> 
^ol'io, U-K 
A'erate, If-1, Jjs-Td, IP- 

T-NQ 
Aera'tion, BshnS 
Ae'rial, E»-i; 
Ae'rie, R» or' 



Aerifioa'tion, RS-F-Eshn Afflrm'er, F~R-M 



A'eriform, ija-F-B-M 
A'erify, iP-F 
AeroK'raphy, E'-Gr-F 
A'erolite, Tfi-Lt 
AeTol'ogist, K>-£-Jst 
Aerol'ogy, B>-i-J 
A'eromancy, R^Mn-S 
Aerom'eter, K'-Mtr 
Aeromet'rio, BS-Mtr-E 
Aerom'etry, Bi-M-Tr 
A'eronaut, R8-Nt 
Aeronaut'ic, B>-Nt-E 
Aeronaut'icB, B^-Nt-Es 
A'eronaatism, B^-Nt-Z- 

M 
A'erophyte, If -Ft 
Aeros'copy, Bs'-E-P Jn 
A'erostat, BsS-Tt 
Aerostat'ic, EB>-Tt-E 
Aerostat'icB, Bs'-Tt-Es 
Aerosta'tion, Bs^-Tshn 
•Siru'ginous, R>-J-1!ls 
^sthet'ic, S2-TB-T-E 
iSiSthet'icB, Ss-TH-T-Es 
^tiol'ogy, Ti-i-J 
Afar', Fi-E 

AffiibiVity, FS-Bl-T (-Bit) 
Af fable-y, F'-Bl vl 

Affiiir', F'-K 
Affect', ra-K-T, FS-E-Td, 

pa-K-T-NG 



AlTeot'lve, F2-E-TT 
A£BBot'ively, Fs-E-T-Vl 
Affettuo'ao, F«-T-8 



Fi-Ns-NG 
Affi'ancer, Fi-Ns-E 



Afflda'vit, Fds-Vt 
Affied', Fi-D 



Td. F'-Lt-Sa 
Affllia'tion, Fa-ishn 
Af 'finage, Fi-N-J 
Affin'ity, FS-N-T 
Affirm', Fa - R -M, F2 - B 

Md. F2-R-M-NG 
Afflrra'able, F^-B-M-Bl 
Afflrm'ance, F^-R-Mns 
Afflrm'ant, Fz-R-Mnt 
Afflrma'tion, F^-R-Mshn 
Afflrm'ative, F^-R-Mt-v 
Afflrm'atively, F^-B-Mt- 

V-L 



Affix', Fi-Es, F3-Est, F3- 

Es-NG 
Affix, Fi-Es 
Afflx'ion, F»-Eshn 
Afflxt'ure, Fs-Kstr 
Affia'tion, Flshn« 
Affia'tus, F12-T8 
Afflict', Fl»-E-T, Fl»-E- 

Td, Fl'-E-T-NG 
Affllot'er, ri3-Etr 
Affiict'ing, F1»-E-T-NG 
Afflie'tion, Fl"-Eshn 
Afflict'ive, Fl'-K-Tv 
Affiiot'ively, Fis-E-T-Vl 
Affluence, Fl>-Ns 
Affluent, Fli-Nt 
Affluently, FH-Sft-L 
Afflux, Fli-Ks 
Afflux'ion, Fis-Eshn 
Afford', FS-Ifd, F2-fi-Dd, 

F2-Hd-NG 
Affor'est, Fi-Bst 
Affran'ohise, Fri-N-CHz 
Afitan'ohisement, Fr>- 

N-OH-zMnt 
Afl^'av', S.Vt' , 

Affi'eight', aFrt^ 
Afltight', Frti. Fri-Td, 

Frti-NG 
AStont', Fmts, Fr»-N-Td, 

Fmta-NG 



-f 



AGQ 

AHtont'er, Fmtri! 
Afltont'ive, Frnt^-V 
AffUBe', Fzs 
AffU'sion, Fzhn> 
Afield', F«-Ld 
Afire', F'-R 
Afloat', Flt» 
Afoot', T'-T 
Afore', F2-E 
Afore'going, F^-E-G-NG 
Afore'Eond, F'-E-Hnd 
Afore'mentioned, F"-B- 

M-N-8Hnd 
Afore'named, F* - « - N - 

Md 
Afore'Baid, F^-Eb-D 
Afore'thought,Fa-i!-THt 
Afore'time, F^-iJ-T-M 
Afoul', Fi-L 
Afraid', Frds 
Afresh', Fifl-SB 
Arrican, Fr'-En 
Afront', Friit2 
Aft, Ft" 
Aft'er, Ftri 
Aft'er-blrth, Ftr> - B - a- 

TH 
Aft'er-clap, Ftr'-El-P 
Aft'er-crop, Ftr'-Er-P 
Aft'ermath, Ftr'-M-TH 
Aft'emoon. Ftri-Nn 
After-pains, Ftr'-Pnz 
Att'er-plece, Ftr'-Ps 
Aft'er-thought,Ftri-THt 
Aft'erward, Ftr'-Wrd 
Aft'erwards, Ftr'-Wrdz 
A'ga, GS 
Again', Gn» 
Against', GnBt* 
Ag'amist, Gi-Mst 
Agape', G-Pi 
Ag'apoe, G-pi 
Ag'aric, G-J?i-K 
Ag'ate, G-Ti 
Ag'atine, G-Tn« 
Ag'atize, G-Tz>, G-Tzd>, 

G-Tzi-NG 
Ag'aty, G-Ti 
Aga've, G-V« 
Age, Ja 
A'ged, Jd9 
A'gedly, Jds-Jt 
A'genigr, js-N-S . 
Agen'da, J>-N-D "T 
Agen'dom, J'-N-D-M 
A'gent, J»-Nt 
A'gentship, J>-Itt : SH 
Agglom'erate, 61>-Mrt, 

GI-Mr-Td>, Gl'-Mrt(') 
Agglomera'tion, Gl*- 

Mrshn 
Agglu'tinant, GU>-Kiit 
Agglu'tiuate, GUs-2it, 

Glt-N-Td», Glt»-Nt-NG 
Agglutina'tion, Glta- 

Nshu 
Agglu'tinative, Glt-Nt- 

V» 
Ag'graadizable, Gmd- 

Zi-Bl 



AGG 7 

grandize, Grnd-Z>,i Ag'ricultor, Gr'-Kltr 
nd-Zdi, Gmd-Z'-NG I AgriouU'ural, Gr - Kltr - 
;ran'dlzemeiit, L< 

ud-Z'-Mnt lAg'rioulturei Gr'-Kltr 

srandizer, Grod-Z>-B Agrioult'urist, Gr-Kltr 



;rappes', Gr-Fs' 
Sravate, Gr-Vt', Gr- 
•Td, Gr-Vti-NG 
xava'tion, Gr-Vshn^ 
5regate,Gr-G-Ti, Gr- 
id', Gr-G-Ti-NG 
Tega'tion, Gr>-Gshn 
!:regatiTe, Gr-G-Tvi 
negator, Gri-Gtr 
;ress', Grs» 
;res'8ion, Grshn^ 
jes'sive, Grs-Vi! 
ress'iveuess, Grs - 
•Ns 

jess'or, Gr-BE2 
xiev'anoe, Gr-Vns' 
xieve', Grv^, Qrvd', 
V3-NG 

;roup', Gr-P^ 
last', Gsf /Aij^^':) 
He, Ji-L ^-~-L 
Le'uess, J>-£-Ns 
t'ity, J^-L-T 
io,J« 

LOtage, J2.T-J 
3t', Jets 

jfteent, Js-BT-Mnt 
[table, J<-T-B1 
itate, J'-Tt, J>-T-Td, 
TtC) 

ta'tion, Js-Tshn 
itative, J'-T-Tv 
itator, .J>-Ttr 
let, G-£ti 
lail, Gi-Nl 
late, Gi-Nt 
la'tion, G^-Nshn 
lO'men, G^-N-Mn 
lUS-Castus, Gi-Ns- 
-Ts 

iiu8-I}ei, Gi-Ns-D 
', GS 

r, Gi-G 

'ing, G!-NG 
ne', aGn' 
jnism, Gi-Nz-M 
mist, G>-Nst 
nisfic, O-Ns-TS-K 
nist'ical, G-Ns-Ts-Kl 
jnize, G'-Nz, G>-Nzd, 
•Nz-NG 
juizingly, G-Nz-NG- 

jnjr, G»-N 
a'rian, Gr-iJn^ 
a'rianism, Gr-iJn^-Z- 

ee', Gr», Grds, Gr^-NG 
eeabil'ity, Gi>Bl»-T 
ee'able-y, Gr-Bl» 
ee'ableness, Gr-Bl'- 

[:B8] 
ee'ment, Gr'-Mnt 
ea'tio, Gr8-T2-K 
es'tical, Grs-T^-Kl 



sv f 

Ag'rimony, Gr'-M-N 
Agron'oiny, Grn'-M 
Aground', Gmd' 
A'gue, G2 
A'guish, G-SH2 
Ah, Heavy^ first-place dot, 
either with' or without the 
nominal consonant. 
Aha', H» 
Ahead', Hd" 
Ahoy', H< 
Ahull', H-L2 
Aid, D2, Dd2, D2-NG , 
Aid'ance, Dns* 
Aid'-de-oamp, D2.D-K« 
Aid'er, DrS 7 

Aid'less, DS-is 
Ai'gret or Ai'grette, Grts 
Ajl, i2. id2, L2-NG + 
^lan'tus, L'-N-Ts ^^ 
Ail'ment, Ls-Mnt Tit 
Aim, M2, Mds, M^-NG 
Aim'lesB, M-Z,s* 
Air, K>, Ed', R'-NG -t- 
Air'-bath, Ri-B-TH 
Air'-bed, B'-Bd 
Air'-bladder, RJ-Bl-Dr 
Air'-cells, Bs'-Lz 
Air'-gun, Ri-Gn 
Airily, B'-i 
Air'iness, B>-Ns 
Air'ing, R'-NG 
Air'-pipe, B'-P-P 
Air'-plant, R>-Plnt 
Aix'-pump, Ri-P-M-P 
Air'-shalt, B»-£rfl'-F* -* 
Air-y, Ri 
Aisle, i' 
Aiar',J«-E -^ 
Aj'utage, J'-T-J 
Akim'bo,E-M-B3 
Akin', Kn« 
Al'abaster, £i-Bstr 
Alack', L»-K 
Alaok'aday, L>-K-D 
Alao'rity, i>-Kr-T H- 
Alamode'.L'-Md -h 
Aiautus, t'-N-Ts 
Alarm', ii-E-M, i'-E-Md, 

i' R-M-NG 
Alarm'-clook, X.'-R-M- 

El£ 
Alarm'ingly, Z.'-E-M- 

NGl 
Alarm'ist, £>-B-Mst 
Alarm'-post, i'-E-M-Pet 
Alarm'rwatoh, i'-E-M- 

wCH 
Alar'um, i>-E-M 
Alas', Ls' 
Alate', Z.S-T 
A'lated, i^Td 
Alb, i»-B 
Alba'ta, i»B-T 



ALG 

Al'batross, i>-B-Tra 
Albe'it, /,8-B-T 
Albes'oent, i^-Bs-Nt 
Albifica'tion, ia-B-P- 

Kshn 
Albigen'ses, £'-B-(Jnsz 
Albigeois', ii-B-Js 
Al'binism, i<-B-Nz-M ! 
Albi'no, i>-B-N 
Albugin'eous, V-B-J-THa 
Albu'go, i»-B-G 
Al'bum, ii-B-M 
Albu'men, i»-B-Mn 
Albu'menize, x^-B-Mn- 

f Z 

'Albu'rainouSjis-B-M-Na 
Albur'num, L'-B-Rn-M. 
Al'cahest, L'-E-Hst 
Aleaid', L^-K-D -i 
Aloal'de, Li-Kl-D 
Alohem'ical-ly, W-K-M- 

El 
Al'ohemist, L>-E-Mst 
Alohemist'ioal, L» - E - 

Ms-T-El 
Al'ohemy, Li-K-M 
Al'cohol, Li-E-Hl 
Aloohol'io, Li-E-Hl-K 
Alcoholiza'tiou, li^ - E - 

S\zshn 
Al'coholize, l;i-E-Hlz 
Alcohol'meter, L'-E-Hl- 

Mtr 
Al'coran, Li-K-Sn 
Al'cove or Alcove', JA 

or'-Kv 
Aldeb'aran, V-D-B-Sn 
Al'der, Li-Dr 
Al'dei-mau, Ldr'-Mn 'i 
Ale, Z.2 
Aleo'tryomanoy, LS-E- 

Tr-Mn-S 
Alee', is 
Al'egar, L»-Gr 
Ale'hoof, X'-hoF. See 

Hoof. 

Ale'nouse, L2-Hs f- 
Alem'bic, 1,2-M-B-E . 
Alert,.is-iet 
Alertly, L^-Rt-L 
Alert'ness, i2.Bt.ifs 
Ale'wife, z,2-w-F 
Alo'wives, is-W-Vs 
Alexan'drine, L>-Es-N- 

Drn 
Alexiphar'niic, Li-Es-F- 

E-M-E 
Alexiter'ic, L^-Es-T-B-E 
Alexiter'ical, Ls-Eb-T-JJ- 

Kl 
Al'ga, I.1-G 
Al'gse, ii-J 
Al'gebra, Z'- J-Br 
Algebra'io. i«- J-Br-E 
Algebra'ical-ly, /."-J-Br- 

Kl - * 
Al.'gebraist.i'-J-Brst H 
Al gorism, L'-Gr-zM -1 
Al'iOrithm, Li^Gr-DH-M 
Al'gous, Li-GA ' 



ALG 

AleuazU', lVtz-l 
Al'eum-tree, Li-G-M-Tr 
Alias, Xs<! 
Al'ibi, 2,1-B 
: Al'ien, L^-N 
Alienabil'ity, L>-N-B1-T 
Al'ienable, L^-N-Bl 
Al'ienage, L'-N- J 
Al'ienate, L2-N-T, L^-: 

Td, L2-N-T-NG 
Aliena'tion, L^-Nshn 
Arienator, L^-Ntr 
Aliene', Li^Yn 
Alienee', L'-S 
Al'iemsm,j:2-Nz-M > 
Al'iform, ii-F-K-M 
Alight', i>-T, ii-Td, ii- 

T-NG 
Align', Zni 

Align'ment, Zni-Mnt -V 
Alike', L>-K 
Al'iment, Li-Mnt 
Aliment'al, L'-M-N-T-L 

[Z«! Mnt] 
Aliment'ary, Ls-Mnt-fl _ 
Alimenta'tiou, I^-H-N-i 

Tshn 
Aliment'iyeness, L»-M- 

N-Tv-Ns [L!-Mnt:V8] 
Alimo'nious, Ifi- M-Ns 
Al'imony, L>-M-N 
•Al'iped, Z.'-P-D > 

Al'iquant, L>-Ewnt 
Al'iquot, Li-Ewt 
Alive', /,1-V 
Allcahest, Li-E-Hst 
AUcales'cent, L^-E-Zs-Nt 
Allcali, Li-Kl 
Alkal'iiy or Al'kalify, 

L>-K1-F, Li-Kl-Fd, LI 

Kl-F-NG 
Alkalig'enous, L'-Sl-J' 

Ns 
Al'kalim'eter, Ls-Kl-Mtr 
Alkalim'etry, L^-El-M-. 

Tr 
Al'kaline, Li-Eln 
Alkalin'ity, LS-Eln-T 
Alkaliza'tion,L'-Klziftn 
Al'kalize, L'-EJz 
Al'kaloid, Li-E-id 
Alker'mes, L'-Er-Mz >( 
Al'koran, If-K-Bn 
All is writteu as follows : 

1. i' 

2. In phrases, when more 
convenient, L (downward) 
may be nsed ; thus, 

That is all, DHz'-L 
After all, Ftr'-L 
That it all. DHti-L 

3. By the Miook ; thus, 

By all, BU 

At all. Til 

To all. Tl> - 

For all, ri2 ^ 

Of all. VU 

On all, Nl» 

In all, Ml» 

Among all, NG1> 



8 

A11ali,£i 

Allanto'iq, L^-N-T-E 
Allan'toid, or Allan- 

toid, Li-N-Td 
Allan'tois cr Al'lantois, 

Li-N-Ts 
Allay', 2,2, L'-V, ZS-NG-^ 
Allay 'er, Z2-K • ' 

nJ AUay'ment, zs-Mnt 
AUega'tion, L'-Gshn 
Allege', Z»- J, Zs-Jd, L'-J- 

NG 
Allege'able, Z^-J-Bl 
Alle'giance, Z^-Jns 
Allegor'io, Z'-Gr-E 
AIlegor'ioal-ly,zi-Sr-El 
AUegor'icalness, Z'-Gr- 

El-Ns 
Al'legorist, Z'-Grst 
Al'legorize, Zi-Gns, Z>- 
,Grzd, Z'-Grz-NG 
Allegory, Z'-Gr 
AUegret'to, Z«-G»-T 
AUe'gro, Z^-Gr 
-J Allelu'iah, I^-L-Y 
AUetnande', L^-Mnd 
AUe'viate, Z»-Vt, Z»-V- 

Td, Z>-Vt-NG 
AUeyia'tion, Z»-Vshn 
AUev'iative, Z»-T-Tv 
Alley, Zi 
AU-fools'-day, Zi-r-Lz- 

D 
All-fours', Z>-F-Bz 
AUia'ceous, Z'-SHs 
Alli'ance, Z>-N8 
Alliga'tion, L>-Gslin 
Al'hgator, Li-Gtr 
Allis'ion, Zztan* 
. Allitera'tion, Zl^-Trslm 
-lAllit'eratiTe, Zl»-Tr-TT 
Allocate, L>-E-T 
AUoca'tion, L'-Eslin 
AUoca'tur, L^-Etr 
. Allocu'tion, I^.Eshn 
AUo'dial, z:-D-L 
AUo'dium, z>-S-M 
Allonge', LS-N-J 
AUopath'ic, Z>-P-TH-E 
Allop'athist, Zi-P-THst 
AUop'athy, Z'-P-TH 
Allot', Z»-T, Zi-Td, Zl-T- 

NG 
AUot'ment, Z»-T-Mrit 
AUotirap'io, Z'-Tr-P-K 
AUot'ropism, Zi-Tr-P- 

zM 
AUot'ropy, Zi-Tr-P 
Allow', Zi, Zi-D. ii-NG 
AUow'able-y, Z'-Bl 
-^AUow'anoe, Z>-Ns, Z'- 

Nst. Zi-Ns-NG 
Alloy', Zi, Zi-D, Z«-NG 
Alloy 'age, Z'-,j 
AU'spice, Z'-sPa 
Allude', Z»-D, Z»-Dd, Z'- 

D-NG 
AUu'minor, L»-M-Nr 
Allure', Z«-B, L'-Bi, L»- 

B-NG 



ALT 

Allure'ment, Z>-B-Mut 
AUur'er, Z»-Rr 
Allur'ingly, Z'-B-NGl 
AUu'sion, Zzhn^ 
Allu'siye, Zs'-V 
AUu'sively, Zs»-V-Z 
Allu'siyeness, Zs>-V-BCs 
Allu'Tial, za-V-L 
Allu'vion, Z»-Vn 
AUu'vium, Z»-V-M , 
All-wise', Zi-Wz ■-* 
Ally', Z>, Z'-D, ii-NG 
Al'magest, L>-M-Jst 
Al'ma Ma'ter,Li-M-Mtr 
Al'manac, L'-M-N-E 
Al'mandine, L'-M-N-Dn 
Almigbt'iness, Li-U-T- 

Nb 
Almight'y, I,i-M-T -v 
Al'mond, Und> ' 

Al'moner, Li-M-Nr -(. 
Al'monry, V-Vln-R 
Al'most, L>-MBt [Msti] 
Alms, Mz> 

Alms'-house, Mzi-Hs 
Almucan'tar, L'-M-Entr 
Al'mug'tree, Li-M-G-Tr 
Al'nage, Li-N-J 
Al'oe, Z» 
Aloetlc, ze-T-E 
Aloet'ical, za-T-El 
Aloft', Z>-Ft 
Alone', Zn> 
Along', L'-NG 
Along'side, I.<-ITOb-D -* 
Aloof, Z»-P 
Aloud', Zi-D 
Alp, Zi-P 
Alpac'a, Z'-P-K 
Al'pha, Z»-F 
Al'phabet, Zi-F-Bt, ZA- 

F-B-Td, Z'-F-Bt(-) 
Alphabeta'rian, Zs-F< 

Bt-i2n 
Alphabet'ic, Z«-r-Bt-E . 
Alphabefioail-ly, z^-F- 

Bt-Kl 
Al'pine, Z'-Pn 
Alread'y, Zrs-D [ Zr>] 
Al'BO, Zi-3 
Alt, Zti 
Al'tar, Ztri 
Al'ter, Ztr>, Zi-Trd, Ztp>- 

NG 
Al'terable-y, Ztr'-Bl 
Al'terableness,, Ztri-BI- 

Ns [:Bb] 
Alterabil'ity, Ztrs - Bl - T 

(»r -Bit) 
Al'terant, Zlr'-Nt 
Altera'tion, Z'-Trsbn 
Al'terative, Ztri-Tv 
Al'tercate, Zi-Tr-Et, i«- 

Tr-E-Td, Z>-Tr-Et-NG 
Alteroa'tion, z--Tr-Eshn 
Al'tem, L'-T-Bn 
AVtemate or Alter'nate, 

Ztr>or»-St, Ztr>or>-N-Ta, 

Ztr»or«-Nt-NG 
Alter'nately, Ztr^-Nt-L 



'-ALT 

ima'tlon, Ztr^-Nshn 
ir'native, itr^-N-Tv 
ir'natively, Ltt'-'S-T- 

ir'nativeness, £tT> - 
rv-Ns ■ 
le'a, £'-TH 
lOUgh', i!-DH 
I'oquenoe, lA.'-'L- 

I'oquent, Lt'-L- 

rnt 

m'eter, Lt'-Mtr 

s'onant, Z^-Ts-Nnt 

s'onous, L^la-TSa 

itude, i».T'Td. See 

iitude. 

0, Zi-T 

igeth'er, L'-l- Gdhr 

dhr'] 

o-relie'TO, 2,i-T-iei-V 

idel, 2,1-D-L 

im, Li-M 

'mina, L'-M-N 

imine, L'-Mn 

'mini, W-m-N 

miuir'erouB, L^-M- 

F-Ks 

min'ium, L'-Mn-M 

'mintun, i'-Mn-M 

'minous, L^-M-Ns 

'minus, L^-M-Ns 

imish, Li-M-SH 

m'ni, L2-M-N 

m'nus, L'-M-Ns 

'eary, ii-v-B 

'eolar, i.i-V-i-B 

'eolary, Zi-V-i-B 

'eolate, ii-v-Zt 

B'oli, L'-y-L 

e'olns, i'-V-Xs 

Tne, ii-Vn 

f^ay, i'-W 

rays, i'-Wz 

I Ml 

'adou, M-D» 

ain', IIn2 

al'gam, Mli-O-M 

al'gamate, Mli-G-Mt, 

li-a-M-Td Mli-G-MtC) 

algama'tioH) Mia-o- 

shn 

auuen'ses, M^-N-Naz 

anuen'sis, M^-N-Nss 

'aranth, M-«i-N-TH 

aranth'ine, M-B'-N- 

In 

aryl'liSj M-B^-La 

ass', Msi, Msti, Ms>- 

i 

ass'ment, Hs^-Hnt 

atenr', M-Tr^ 

'ative, M-Tt» 

'atlTsness, M-Tt'-Ns 

[t'iVs] 

ato'rial, M-T'-iJI 

.'atory, M-T'-K 

auro'sis, M-Rs^ 

laze'.Mzs, MzdS Mzs- 

3- 



Amaz'edly, Mz-D^ .t 
Amaz'edness, Mz-D^-Ns 
Amaze'ment, Mz^-Mnt 
Amaz'ingly, Mz-NG-LS 
Am'azon, Mz'-N 
Amazo'uian, Mz'-Nu 
Ambas'sador, M-B'-sDr 
Ambas'sadress, M-Bi- 

bDvs 
Am'ber, M-Br' 
Am'bergris, M-Br'-Gra 
Ambidex'ter, M-B^-D 

Estr 
Ambidexter'ity, M - B« 

D-Ks-T-B-T 
Atnbidex'trous, M-B'- 

D-K-sTrs 
Am'blent, M-Bi-N-T 
Ambigu''i1iy, M-B^-G-T 
Amblg'uous, M-B3-GS 
Ambig'uously, M-B'-G- 

si 
Ambig'uousness, M-B^- 

Gs-Ns 
Ambil'ogy, M-B'-i-J 
Ambil'oquy, M-B'-£-Kw 
Am'bit, M-Bti 
Ambi'tion, M-Bslui' 
Ambi'tious, M - B» - SHs 

[M-B«] 
Ambi'tiously, M-B«- 

SHs -i^ 
Ambi'tlousness, M-B^- 

SHs-N'S 
Am'ble, M-BU 
Am'bler, M-Bl'-K 
Am1jo,M-B> 
Am'bon, M-Bni y, 

Ambro'sia, M-Br«-ZH f 



Ambro'sial, M-Br^-ZH: 
Ambro'sian, M-Brzhn^ 
Am'brotype, M-Bri-T-P 
Am'bry, M-Bri 
Ambs'-aoe, Mz-S' 
Am'bulance, M.BIns' ^ 
Am'bulant, M-Blnti 
Ambula'tibu, M-Blshn^ 
Am'bulator, H-Bltr> 
Am'bulatory, M-Blt'-i! 
Am'bury, M-Br' 
Ambuscade', M-Bi-sEd, 
MS'-sKDA. M-BS-sKd- 

J^bush, M - Bi - SH, M- 

Bl-8Ht, M-Bl-SH-NG 
Amel'iorate, M-L'-Bt 
;»M-iS-B-Td, M-£»-Bt-NG 
Ameliora'tion, M - i^ - 

Bshn 
Amel'ioratiTe, M-i'-Bt- 

V 
Amen', Mn^ 
Amenabil'ity,M-N-B15-T 
Ame'nable-y, M-N-Bl' 
Ame'nableness, M-N- 

Bl?-Ns [IBs: 
Amend', Mnd^ Mn-Dd^, 

Mnd2-NG 
Amend'able, Mnd-B^-L 
Amend'atory, Mnd-T"-B 
A 



AMP 

Amende', Mnd> 
Amend'er, Mndr» 
Amend'ment, Mnd>-Unl 
Amends', Mndz° 
Amen'ity, M-N-T^ 
Am'ent, Mnti 
Ameroe', M-Ks', M-Est«, > 

M-HS2-NG 
Amerce'able, M - Bs^ - B- 

L 
Amerce'ment, M - Bss - 

Mnt 
Amer'cer, M-K'-sR 
Amer'lcan, M-B^^-Kn 
Amer'icanism, M- B' -j, 

Kn-Z<M ' 

Amer'ioanize, M-B'-En- 

Z, M-i2!-Kn-Zd, M-BS •+ 

Kn-Z-NG 
Am'ethyst, M-THsP 
Amethyst'iue, M-THa'- 

Tn 
Amiabil'ity, M-Bl'-T 
Am'iable-y, M-Bl^. See 

Humble, 
Am'iableness, M-Bl'-ITs 
Amian'thus, M-N-THsi 
Amioabil'ity, M-K-Blts 
Am'icable-y, M-K-Bl' 
Am'icableness, M-K-Bl"- 

Ns [:Bb] 
Am'ioe, Ms' 
Amid', M-DS > 
Amidst', M-Dsf ^ 
Am'' d 'ships, tl-O'-SH-Pa 

[or:SHB] 
Amiss', Ms' ^ 
Am'ity, M-T> • 
Ammo'nia, M'-TS 
Ammo'niaB, M2-N-K 
Ammoni'acal, M'-N-Kl 
Ammo'nlum. Mn»-M "'' 
Ammunl'tlon, SM^-Nslm 
Am'nesty, M-Ns-Ti 
Among', M"-NG tNG=] 
Amongst', M>-NGEt 



[NGstsj 
Amontilla'do, M - N - T»- 

L-D 
Amoro'BO, M-E^-S 
Am'orous, M-Bsi 
Am'orously, M-B'-si 
Am'orousness, M-Bsi-Ns 
Amor'phism,M-B'-Fz-M 
Amor'phous, M-B'-Fs 
Amortiza'tion, M - B' - 

Tlzshn 
Amor'tize, M-B'-Tz 
Amort'izement, M-Bi-T- 

zMnt 
Amount', Mnti. Mn-Tdi, 

Mnt'-NG. See Accotmt. 
Amour', M-B» j, 

Amphib'ia, M-F^-B ^ 
Amphib'ian, M-FS-Bn 
Amphib'ious, M-F^-Bs 
Amphib'iousness, M- 

F"-Bs-Ns 
Amphibolog'ical, M-F'- 

B-£-J-El 



Ampmt 



Amp 

tiboroBy, M-Pi-B- 



lo 



. X-J 

Ajn'phibrach, M-r'-Br- 

K 
Ainphiot7on''ic, M-Fi-K- 

T-N-K 
Ampliie'tyona, M-r»-K- 

Tnii 
Amphic'tyony, M-F'-K- 

T-N 
Amphiiq'acer, M-F'-Ms 

ft 
Amphip'rostyle, M-F^- 

Prs-T-Ii 
Amphis'cii, M-F'-SH' 
Amphis'cians, ~~ ~ 

iSHfu 

Amphithe'ater or Ara-K T'-E 



At an, Tni 
If an, Fn* 
Of an, Vn' 
Fiom an, Mnl 
On an, Nn^ 
In an, TSa? ^. 
See And, ,_^. \ 

A'na, NS * \ 

Auabap'tist, N-B>-P-Tst ^ 
Anach'oret, N-S-iiti 
Anaoh'Tonisin, Ni-Ei- 
•- Nz-M 
Anachronist'io, N-Er- 

Nb-TS-E 
Anaclas'tio, N-Els-T>-E 
M . F^^lKAnaeon'da, N-Kn-Di 

Anacreon'tic, N - Er - N- 



phithe'atre, M-Fs-THtr 
Amphitheat'rical, M- 

Fi-THtr-El 
Am'ple-y, M-Pl' 
Amplex'icaul, M-Fl^-Es- 

El 
Amplifica'tion, M-Plfs- 

Eshn 
Am'plificative, M-Flf- 

Et-V 
Am'plificatory, M-Plf- 

Am'plifior, M-PI'-F-B 
Am'pliiy, JH-PU-F, V- 

Pli-Fd, M-Pli-F-NG 
Am'plitude, M-PU-Td 
Am'putate, M-pi-Tt, M- 
.■ pl-T'Td. M-P'-Tt(') 
'Amputa'tion, M-F'-Tshn 
Amuck', M2-E 
Am'ulet, M-£ti 
Amuse', Mz', Mzd^ Mz3- 

NO 
Aimuse'ment, Mz^-Mnt 
Amus'er, M-Zr» 
Amus'ingly, Mz-NG-L' 
Amu'sive, Ms-V 
Amyg'dalate, M-O-V-Lt 
Amyg'daline, M-a-D^- 
" in 
Amyg'daloid, M-a-D^-Z- 

D 
Amygdaloid'al, M-G-Di- 

L-Dl 
Amyla'oeous, M-L'-aUa 
An, If >. The article an la 

written as follows: 

1. By a light dot above 
the line (first position). 

2. At the commencement 



of phrases, by a tick struclt 'Analy t'ic, Nl-T^-E 



Snvariahly in the direction 
of the stem P. 

3, In the middle or at the 
end of phrases, by a tick 
fitmck in the direction of 
either P or OH, according 
to which gives the best 
Junction, See A and And. 

4. By the n-hook, as in 
the following phrases : 

By an, Bn> 



An'adem, N-D'-M 
Anadiplo'sis, N-D'-Plss 
Ansestbe'sis, Ns-THss^ 
Aniesthet'ic, Ns-TH'-T- 

E 
An'aglyph; Ni-Glf 
Anaglypb'ic, N»-Glf-K 
Anaglyph'ical, N-Gl-F'- 

El 
Anaglyp'tic, N-Gl-Pf-E 
Anagog'ical, N-G-J'-El 
Anagog'ics, N-G-J'-Es 
An'agram, N'-Gr-M 
Anagrammat'ic, D^-Gr- 

Mt-E 
Aaagram'matism, N>- 

Gr-Mtz-U 
Anagram'matist, N-Gr- 

M-Tsti 
Anagram'matize, N - Gr- 

M-Tzl 
A'nal, m' 
Analec'ta, Nl-E-T^ 
Analec'tic, Nl-E-T^-E 
An'alects, Nl'-Kts 
Analern'ma, if-L'-M 
Analep'sis, IQl-Pss' 
Analep'tic, Nl-Pt'-K 
Analog'ioal-ly, Nl-Ji-El 
Analog'icalness, Nl-Ji- 

El-Ns 
Anarogism, Nl- J'-zM 
Anal'ogize, Nl-Jz' 
Anarogous, Nl'-Gs 
An'alogue, Nli-G 
Anal'ogy, Nl - iK See 

Knowledge. 
Anal'yses, Nlszi 
Anal'ysis, Nlss' 
An'alyst, Nlsti 



Analyt'ical-ly, Nl-Tii-El 
Analyt'ioB, Nl-T»-Es 
Analyz'able, Nlz-B'C-L) 
Analyza'tion, Nlz>A«> X 
An'alyze, Klzi, Nlzd* 

NlzJ-NG . X 

An'alyzer, Nl-Zri ' 
Anamofphosis or Ana- 

morpho'sls, N-M-*>cr> 

-Fss 
Ana'nas, N^Ns 



AND 

An'apSBt, N-Psti 
Anapsest'io, N-Ps»-T-E 
Anapseat'ical, N-Ps^-T-KI 
Anapb'ora, N-F'-U 
An'arcb, Nr'-E 
Anarch'ic, Nr'-K-K 
Anarcb'ical, Nr'-E-Kl 
An'arcbist, Nri-Est 
An'arohy, Nr'-E 
lAnasar'oa, N-sR'-E 
Anasar'oous, N-sS>-Eb 
Anaa'tomose, Ks-T'-Mz, 

Na-T'-Mzd, Ms-T'-Mz- 

NG 
Anastomo'sis, Ns-T'-Mss 
AnaBtomot'ic, 2(s-Ti-Mt- 

E 
Anas'trophe, N-sTr'-F 
Anatta'ema, N-TH'-M 
Anathematiza'tion, K- 

TH'-M-TzjtjJ 

Anatb'ematize, N-THi- 

M-Tz. N-THi-M-Tzd, N- 

TH'-M-Tz-NG 
Anatom'ic, N-Ti-M-E 
Anatom'ical-ly, n-ti-M- 

El 
Anafomist, N-T'-Mst 
Anatomiza'tion, N - T'- 

Mz«/m 
Anat'omize, H-Ti-Mz, N- 

Ti-Mzd, N-Ti-Mz-NG 
Anat'omy, N-Ti-M 
An'bury, N-Bi-iJ 
An'oestor, N-8str' 
Ances'tral, N-Ss»-Tr-£ ->• 
Aji'cestiy, N-Ss'-Tr 
Ancb'or, HGJ-Er, NGi- 

Erd. NG>-Er-NG 
Anoh'orage, NG-Er-Ji 
Ancb'oress, NG-Er-S> 
Auch'oret, NG-Er-Ti -V 
Ancb'orite, NG.-Er-T' ^ 
Anch'or-ioe,- NGi-Kx-I-S 
Anoho'vy, N-CH!-V 
An'chylose, NG - E - £s% 

NG-E-XEt>, NG-K-Zsl- 

NO 
An'cient, Nshnt: 
An'ciently, Nshnt^-X 
An'cientnesB, Nshnf-NE 
An'cientry, Nshnt^-ie ^ 
An'oiUary, N-si'-fl 
Ancip'ital, N-spa-Tl 
An'oony, H'-E-N 
And, N-Di. .^nd is written 
as follows • 

1, By a light dot above 
the line (first position). 

2, At the commencement 
of phrases, by a tick struck 
invariably in the direction 
of the stem P. 

3, In th€r.middle or at the 
end of phrases, by a tick 
struck in the direction o] 
either P or CH. according 
to which gives the best 
Junction. See A and And, 

4, By the n-hook. as in 



AND 

lowing phrases : 

Ihat and, DHn" 

She and, SHn^ 

He and. Hn< 

Sfou and, Yn» 

An. 

n'te, N-Di-N-T 

iron, N-Di-iJn 

og'ynal, N-Dri- J-Nl 

og'ynous, N-Dri-J- 

POid, N-Drd> 
oi'des, N-Dr>-Dz 
:dotal, N-K-Di-Tl 
sdote, N-K-Dti 
dot'ioBl, N-K-Dti- 



11 

Anguin'eal, Ns-Ow-Kl 
An'guish, NG-Ow-SH' 
,^'gular, NGt-Gl-Ei 
lAjigular'ity, Ua-Gl-iP-T 
if (or -Bfi) 

kn'sularly, NG-Gl-Ri-i 
An'gularness, NG-Gl-I i- 

,Ns 

An'gulated, NG-Gl-Tfli 
Anhela'tion, N-H-Z^shn' 
Anhy'drous, N-H-Drs> 
An'il, N-Li 
An'ile, N-U 
An'ileness, TSS-VSa 



lOg'raphy, N-M-Gr- 

lol'ogy, N-M-ii-J 
lom'etep, Ni-M-Mtr 
lom'etry, If - M - M- 

I'one, N2-M-N 
I'oscope, N-Ms-E- 

•oid, Nr-Di 
irism, N-Bzi-M 
'', N», with final tlcfi 
iView, which see. 



iT 
i,ct'uous. 



N-Fr»-K- 



3l, N-J12 [J12] 
slet, N- J2-it 

3l-fiSll,N-J2-£-r-Sff 



Anil'ity, N-£8-T 
Animaaver'sion, 



D~Vrshn 
Animadver'sive, N-M- 

JDS-Vrs-V 
Animadyer'siveness, 

N-M-D2-Vrs-V-Hs [!Vb] 

Animadvert', n-m-D'- 
Vrt, N-M-D2-Vr-Td, N- 

u-v-vtt-na 
Auimadyert'er, K-M-D'- 
- Vi-tr tijJi aAVt>J- 
An'imal, N'Ml ^ 

-^ Auimal'cula, N-Ml-K-i.' 
■'" Animal'culine, M > -Ml- 
Klu 



ictuos'ity, N-Fr'-K-I ^uimal'oule, Ni-Ml-Kl 



H"-M1- 



Ni-Ml- 



Auimarculist, 

Klst 
Animal'culum, 

El-M 
.An'lmal-flo'wer, X>-M1- 

... ,„ . „ ^ „„ Fl-K 

I'lC, N-Jis-K [J12-KnB.n'imalism, N'-Mlz-M 
I'loal-ly, N - J12 - Kl Animal'ity, N-Ml-Ti 
Ell lAnimaliza'tion, N^- 

I'lcalness, N - JP - Mlzshn 
Ns An'imalize, N'-Mlz, N'- 

lol'ogy, N-Jl'-£-J If. Mlzd, N'-Mlz-NG 
sr, NGi-Gr,NGi-Grd,'a.n'imate,. N-M-T', N-M- 
■Gr-NG I Tdl, N-M-T'-NG 

na, N-Ji-N 'An'imated, N-M-Tdi 

igTaphy.N-Ji-Gr-F Auima'tion, NS-Mshn 
jl ogy, N-Ji-£-J An'imative, N-M-Tvi 
Animos'ity, N-Ms-T> 
An'imus, :N>-Ms 
Anise, Ms> 
Ank'er, NG'-Er 
An'kle, NG'-El 
An'lace, N-ts' 



rt'omy, N-Ji-T-M 
e, NG>-G1, NGi-Gld, 
Gl-NG [NGli] 
0-bar, NG'-Gl-Br 
e-irou, NG'-Gl-i-Rn 
er, NQ-Gl-Ri 



?®' ^11'^'^, ^ "t An'nalist, N-£8t« 
loan, NGi-Gl-Kn J An'nals, N-Lz' 



icanism, NG - Gl 

Zi-M 

ine, NG-Gl-Si 

ioism, NG'-Gl-szM 

icize, NG-Gl-Szi, 

JlSzd', -NG-Gl-Szi- 

0-Saxon, •SGi-Gls- 

[NGlsi-Ks-N] 
r.NG' Gr 
ily, NG-Gr-ii 
y,NOi-Gr [NGr'] 
il'liform, N-Gw-i""- 
-M) 



An'nats, N-Is> 
Annear, N-L', N-Ld', N- 

L^-NG 
Annex', NS-Es, N^-Est, 

N2-K8-NG 
Anneza'tion, N'Estftn 
Annex'ion, K'-Eehn 
Annex'ment, N^K-sMnt 
Anni'hilable, UH -i'-Bl 
Auni'bilate, N-H-Lt', N- 

H-ii-Td, N-H-it'-NG 
Annihlla'tion, N-H- 

£8hn! 
Anniver'sary, N-VCrJsS-iS 



ANO 

Annomina'tion, V-V- 

M'Nshn. See Noitiination. « 
An'notate, N-TP, N-T»- 

Xd, N-Tt(-)' 
Annota'tion, N-Tshn^ 
Annota'tor, N-Ttrs -v 
Annot'to, N-H 
Announce', N'-Ns, N>- 

Nst. N'-Ns-NG 
Announoe'ment, N'-Ns- 

Mnt 
Announo'er, N-Ns-Ri 
Annoy', Ni, N-Di, Ni-NG 
Annoy'anoejN'-Ns 
Annoy'er, U-Ki J^ 
An'nual, N-L' -^ 
An'nually, N-Z.1 •* 
Annu'itant, N-Tnt' 
Annu'ity, H-T» 
Annul', N-L2, N-Lds, N- 

L2-NO -f 

An'nular, TS-Lt' ^ 

An'nulary, N-ii-iJ 
An'nulated, N-i'-Td 
An'nulet, N-iti 
Annul'ment, N-L>-Mnt f 
An'nulose, N-is' 
Annu'merate, N'-N-Mrt 
Annumera'tion, Jl'-V- . 

Mruhn ' 

Anuun'ciate, Nn -Sfff, 

Nn-SH2-Td, Nn -sa'ta-sa 
Annuncia'tion, Nn- 

Sashu» 
Annun'oiator, Nn-Sair' 
An'ode. N-D* 
An'odyne, N-Dni 
Anoint', NnP, N-N-Tdi, . 

Nnti-NG 
Anoint'ed, N-N-Tdi 
Auoint'er, Nntr' "'■ 
Anoint'ment, Nnti-Mnt 
Anom'alism, N-M-Lzi-M 
Anomalist'io, N-M-is''- 

T-E 
Anomalist'ioal, N - M - 

Anom'alous, N-M-isi «• 
Anom'alously, N-M-is'-' 

i 
Anom'aly.N-M-ii / 

Anon', Nni 

Anon'ymous, Nni-Ms •* 
Anon'ymousiy, Ku-aIs- 

Anoth'er, Ndhr'— Writ- 
ten in first position to dis- 
tinguish it from No other. 
Another is also written by 
the n-hook and lengthening 
principle combined, as in 
the following phrases: 
By another, Bndhr 
At another, Tndhr^ 
Of another, Vndhri 
With ano'r, DHndhr» 
Was another, Zndhr^ 
In another, Nndhr^ 
Still ano'r, sti^ndhr* 
Anot'ta,N-Ti 



ANB 

An'sated, N-sTd' 
An'serine, N-BiJn' 
An'awer, N-sB', N-Bfidi, 

N-8iei-Na 
An'swerable-y, N-sB'^ 

Bl 
An''swerabreneBS, Ns- 

£>-bi-Nb [:Bs] 
An'swerer, N-sB'-E 
An't, Nt' 
Ant, Nti 
Antao'id, I{t-S>-D, See 

Antiacid. 
Antag'oniBm, Nt-Gn-Zi- 

M [Nti-G-zM] 
Antag'onist, Mt-Gn-Sti 
Autagonist'ic, Kt - On - 

8t3-K 
Antae'onlze, Kt-On-Z' 
AntaPgic, N-Ti-£-J-K 
Antal'kali, Nt4ii-£1 
Antaphrodis'iae, Nt-F'- 

K-D-zK 
Antaphrodit'ic, Nt-F'- 

JJ-Dt-K 
Antaro'tio, Nt-Ri-K-T-K 

[Nt-Rtl-K: 
Antartlirit'ic, Nt-E'- 

THr-T-K 
Ant'-bear, Nti-B-R 
Ant'-eater, Nt'-Tr 
Anteced'ence, H-ls'- 

Dns 
Anteced'ency, E-Ts*- 

Dn-S 
Anteced'ent, N-T'-sDnt 
Anteoed'ently, N - T» - 

sDQt-L 
Anteces'sor, N-T^-ssR 
An'te-cbamber, Nt-CH'- 

M-Br 



13 

An'ther, Ntlir< 
An'theral, Nthr-Li 
Antherif'erous.Nthr-I''- 

Ra 
Ant'-hill, mi-Hl 
Antholog'ical, N-TH>-£- 

J-Kl 
Anthol'ogy, K-THi-i- j 
An'thracite, Nthrs-T' 
^Anttaracit'ic, Nthrs-T'-K 
Anthropog'raphy, Ntlir- 

pi-Gr-P 
^ An'thropoid, Nthr-Pdi 
- Anthropolog^ical, Nthr- 

pi.£.j-Kl 
Anthropol'ogy, Kthr-Pi 

L-J 
Anthropomor'phic, 

Nthr-P'-M.iJ.F-K 
Autbropomor'phism, 

Nthr p:-M-«Fz-M 
Anthropomor'phite, 

Nthr-Pi-M -KFt 
Anthrop omor'phous, 

Nthr-Pi-M B Fs 
Anthropopath'ical, 

Hthi-P.'-P XH Kl 
Antbropop'athism, 

Nthr-P>-P-THz-M 
Anthropop'athy, Nthx- 

pi.p-TH 
AnthTopoph'agi, Nthr- 

pi-F-J 
Anthropoph'agy, Nthr- 

pi-F-J 
Antiac'id, N-Ti-S-D. See 

Antacid. 
An'tic, Nt'-K 
An'tichrist, mi-Erst 
Antichris'tian, Nt-Ers- 

Tns (or -CHnS) [Nt8-Ert 



An'tecursor, Nt-Er-sB' 
An'tedate, Nt-Dt>, Nt-D>- 

Td. Nt-DtC)> 
Antedilu'viaii, mt-Ty-Ir- 

Vn 
An'telope, N-T'-i-P -■ 
Antelu'can, N-TS-£-En 
Antemerid'ian, N-Ts-M- 

K-Dn 
Antemun'dane, TS-T'-Vi- 

N-Dn 
Anten'na, K-T^-N 
Anten'nee, N-T^-N 
Antenup'tial, Nt-N-Ps- 

SHI 
Antepas'chal, Nt-Fsi-El 
An'tepast, Nt-Pst' 
Antepenult', Nt-P^-Nlt 
Antepenult'ima, llt-V- 

Nl-T-M 
Antepenult'imate, Nt - 

P»-Nl-T-Mt 
Ante'rior, is-l'-R-R 
Anterior'ity, N-Ti-B-K-T 
An'te-room. Nt-Ri-M 
Anthelmin'tic, N-IH>- 

L-Mnt-E 

An'them, H-THi-M 



An'te-cbapel, Nt-CH>-Pl Antic'ipate, Nte-Pta, Nts- 
Ati'toniiranr. Nt-Ki'-RRl ■ ' Vt-TA ■Ntn-PU-ls 



P»-Td. Nts-PtO' 
Anticipa'tion, Nts-Fshn^ 
Antic'ipatire, NtB-Pt>-v 
Antic'ipator, Nte-Pti^ 
Antic'ipatory, Nts-P»-T- 

B 
Anticli'maz, N-Ti-El-M- 

Es 
Anticli''nal, N-T<-E1-N1 
An'tioly, Nt-E-z,i 
Anticonstitu'tional, N- 

T»!atTshn-L 
Anticonta'gious, N - T' : 

T-Js 
Antioosmet'ic, n-t>-e- 

zMt-E- 
jiAn'tidotal, Nt-t)'-Tl 
An'tidote, Nt-Bti 
Antifeb'nle 6r Antife'- 

brile, Nt-F^or'-Br-L 
Antil'ogy, N-T»-Z-J 
Antima'niac, N-T^-M-N- 

E 
Antima'son, N-T»-M6-N 
Antima'sonxy, N-T^-Ms- 

N-B 
Ajitimonarcb'ical, 11- 
\ T>-M-Nr-E-El 



ANT 

Antimo'nial, N T«-M-N- 

L 
An'timony, N-T'-M-N 
Antino'mian, Nt^-N-Mn 
Antino'iniamsm, Nt-N- '' 

Mn-Z2-M 
An'tinomy or Antin'o- 

my, NtlorS-N-M X 

Antipa'pal, Nt-P2-Pl 
Antipapiafic, Nt-P»-Ps- 

T-E 
Antipapist'ical, 'St-V- 

Ps-T-El 
Antiparalyfic, Nt - pa 

Blt-E 
Antipatbet'io, Nt-P»-TH. 

T-E 
Antipatbet'ical, Nt - ps- 

THt-El 

Antip'athy, Nt-ps-TH 
Antipestilen'tial, Nt- 

Ps2-T-X-N-^H1 
Antipblogis'tic, N-T^- 

F1-J-8T-E 
An'tipbon, Nt-Fn' 
Antiph'onal, Nt-F'-Nl 
Antiphon'io, Nt-Fni-E 
Antiphon'ical, Nt-Fn»- 

E-L 
Antiph'ony, Nt-F'-N 
Antiph'rasis, N-T'-Frss 
Antipbras'tic, N-T'-Fre- 

T-E 
Antipbras'tical-Iy, K- 

T'-Frs-T-El 
Antip'odal, Nt-ps-Dl 
An'tipode, Nt-Pd' ^ 

An'tipodes or Antip'o- 
des, Nt-Pdz> or Nt-P»-Dz 
An'tipope, Nt-P«-P 
Antiprelafical, Nt-Pr^- 

Lt El 
AntigLua'riau, N-T^-Ew- 

Bn 
Antiqua'rianiBm, N-I>- 

Ew-Bn-Z-M (Rnz-U) 
An'tiquary, N-T'-Ew-B 
An'tiquate, N-T»-Ewt 
An'tiquated, N - Ti - Ew - 

Td 
An'tiquatedness, N-T'- 

Ew-Td-Ns - 
Antique', N-T'-E 
Antique'nesa, N-T'-K-Ns 
Antiq'uity, N-TS-EwT 
Antis'cians, N-X»-5Hn3 
Antis'cii, N-T'-Sif 
Antiscorbu'tic, N - T" - 

sEr-Bt-E 
Antiscorbu'tical, I?-T>- 

sEr-Bt-El 
Antiscrip'tural, N-Ts>- 

ErPti-L 
Antisep'tio, N-T«-aPt-E 
Antlslav'ery, N-Ts-si-Vi 
Antiso'cial, N-T'-sSHl 
Antispasmod'ic, N-T'- 

£P-zMd-E 
Antispas'tic, N-T'-sPs- 
X-K 



ANTi 

plenet'ic, N-Ts'- 

r-K 

'tropte, N-T»-BTr- 

itroph'io, N-T' 

-E 

h'esis, Nt-THss' 

tiet'io, m-Tm-T-K 

het'ical, Nt-THt^- 

riuita'rian, Nt-Tr~ 
■Rn 

rinita'rlanism, Nt- 
N-T-Knz-M ■>• 

type, Ne-Ti-P 
yp'ioal, Nt-T3-P-Kl 
er, Nt-iri 
Bred, Nt-irdi 
uoma'sia, Nt-N-M- 

il, N-yi-L 

'ety, HGs-Ti 
Lous, NG-SHsi 
iously, NG-SHsi-£ 
Lousuess, NQ-SHsi- 

N^— Written in tMrd 
tion to distinguisll it 
I No. 
an, Nn2 
St, Bsta 
it'io, Bs'-T-K 
a, iJi-T 
al, JJi-T-L 
io, iei-T-K 

B', PS2 

o'ge, P2-G-J 
og'ioali Pi-G-J-Kl 
t',,P>-Kt 

b'ment, Prt'-Mnt 
iet'io, ps-TH-T-K 
hist, pi-THst 
hy, Pi-TH 
pa, Pt2, pa-NG 
k', pa-K 
'sy, P2-P-S 
•ient, P3-«nt 
'itive, T'-R-Tv 
:ture, Pr'-CHr 
■y. P»-fi t 

alous, P'-T-Zs 

C, P2-KS 

sr'esis or Apher'e' 

'lia, pa-r 

I'ion, ps-in 

Ides, Fi-Dz jf 

is, Fsa ^ 

3117, F>-N 

snsm, V^-R-zM 

Jrist, F>-Bst 

irist'io, pa-Ha-T-K 

irist'ioal-ly, E'-iJs- 

I 

thong, ri-TH-NG m- 

H-NG 

rllous or Aphyl'- 

1, rior3-Z.8 

rist, P2-Rst 

ry, T'-R 



13 ^ 

Ap'ical, pi-Kl (D 

Ap'ices, Psz> "^ 

Apiece', Ps» 

Ap'ish, pa-SH 

Ap'ishness, ps-SH-Ns 
jApoo'alypae, pi-Kl-Ps 
TApooalyp'tio, ps-Kl-Pt-K 

Apocalyp'tioal, ps-Kl- 
Pt-Kl 

Apoo'opate, P'-K-Pt, pi- 
K-P-Td, Pi-K-PIt(') 

Apoc'ope, pi-K-P 

Apoe'rypha, pi-Kr-P 

Apoo'ryphal, P'-Kr-r-L 

Ap'ode, pi-D 

Apodeic'tic, Pi-D-K-T-K 

Apodeio'tioal, P'-D-K-T- 

Apodio'tic, ps-D-K-T-K 
Apodic'tioal, PJ - D -K -T- 

Kl 
Apod'osis, pi-Dss 
Ap'ogee, pi-J 
Apologet'io, P=-£-Jt-K 
Apologet'ioal,p2-i-Jt-KI 
Apologet'ios, ps-L-Jt-Ks 
Apol'ogist, P'-i-Jst 
Apol'ogize, F'-L-Jz, P'- 

i-Jzd, P'-i,Jz-NG 
Ap'ologue, pi-i-G 
Apol'ogy, P'-i-J 
Apophlegmat'ic, pi-Fl- 

G-Mt-K 
Ap'ophthegm, P'-TH-M 
Apopleo'tic, pa-Pl-K-T-K 
jj Apopleo'tical, ps - Pl - K- 

T-Kl 
Ap'oplexy, pi-Pl-K-S 
Apos'tasy, Ps'-T-S 
Apos'tate, Ps"-Tt 
Apas'tatize, Ps i - T - Tz, 

Psi-T-Tzd, Psi-T-Tz-NG 
Apos'temate, Ps'-T-Mt 
Apostem'atous, Ps'-T- 

M-Ts 
Ap'osteme, Ps'-T-M 
Apo3'tle,'Psi-L 
Apos'tleahip, Psi-L:SH 
Apos'tolate, Ps'-T-Zt 
Apostol'io, Psi-T-i-K 
Apostoi'ioal, Psi-T-Z-Kl 
Apostoricism, Psi - T 

Apostolio'ity, Ps^-T-is-T 
Apos'trophe, pi-sTr-P 
Apostroph'ic, pi-sTrf-It 
Apos'tropbize, P'-sTr- 

Fz, Pi-BTr-Fzd, pi-sTr- 

Fz-NG 
Apoth'eoary, pi-TH-Kr 
Ap'othegm, P'-THM 
Apothegmat'io, P"-TH 

G-Mt-E 
Apothegmafical, pi 

TH-G-Mt-Kl 

Apotheg'matist, P^-TH 

G-M-Tst 
Apothe'oais, P'-THss 
Apothe'osize, P^-THsz 
Ap'ozem, pi-zM 



Appall', pi-L, pJ-Ld, Pi- 

L-NG 
Ap'panage, Pn'-J -> 
Appara'tus, pz-B-Ts^-" 
Appar'el, pi-iei, pi-Bld, 

pi-ieiNG 
Appar'ent. P'-iJnt 
Appar'ently, P'-fiht-i 
Apparl'tion, ps-^shn 
Appar'itor, pi-atr 
Appeal', pa-L, pa-Ld, ps- 

L-NG 
Appeal'able, ps-t-Bl 
Appear', pa-K, ps-Ed, P»- 

iJ-NG 
Appear'anoe, pa-iEns 
Appear'er, pa-Kr -^ 
Appeas'able, Pza-BI 
Appeas'ableness, Pz'- 

Appease', Pz', Pad', Pz»- 

NG 
Appease'ment, P'-zMnt 
Appeas'er, pa-Zr ^ 
Appea'sive, Psa-V ' 
Appel'lant, ps-Xnt 
Appel'late, ps-it 
Appella'tion, ps-ishn 
Appel'lative, P^-it-v 
Appel'latory, S'-Lt-R < 
Appellee', ps-i 
Appellor', pi-i-R 
Append', Pnd^, PnS-Dd, 

Plld2-NG 
Append'age, Pnd^-J 
Append'aut, Pu'-f-Dnt -^ 
Append'enoy, Pn^-Dn-S ^ 
Appen'dices, Pn^-Dsz 
Appen'dix, PnS-p-Ks 
Appercep'tion, P^-iZs- 

Pshn 
Appertain', P2 -iJ-Tn, P'- 

i£-Tnd, P2«-Tii-NG. See 

Pertain. 
Apper'tinence, P^ • iSt - 

Nus 
Apper'tinent, P^-iJt-Nnt 
Ap'petence, P'-Tns 
Ap'petenoy, pi-Tn-S 
Ap'petent, pi-Tnt 
Ap'petible, pi-T-Bl 
Ap'petite, P'-Tt 
Ap'petize, P'-Tz 
Ap'petizer, P'-T-Zr 
Applaud', Pld!, Pl'-Dd, 

PldC)' 
Applaud'er, Pl'-Dr 
Applaud'ingly,Pldi-NGl 
Applause', Plz' 
Applau'slve, PIs'-V 
Ap'ple, PH. 
Appli'able, P1>-B1 
Appli'SQce, Pins' 
ApplieabU'ity, Pia-K-Blt 

[Pia-K] 
Ap'plioableness, Pl^-K' 

BI-Nb ['.Bs] ■ 

Ap'plioable, Pli-K:B1 
Ap'plleant, Pl'-Knt 
Ap'plicate, Pl'-Et 



APP 

Applica'tiou, P12-Kshn 
Ap'plioative, Pl'-Kt-V 
Ap'plioatoryj W-K-T-R 

I Appliftue', Pl^-K 
Apply', Pl>,.Pld>, Pl'-NG 
Appoggiatu'ra, Pd'-J-T- 

R 
Appoinf, Pnti, Pn'-Td, 

Pnt»-NG 
Appoint'able, Pnti-B(-L) 

; Appointee', Pns-T 

, Appoint'er, Pntr' • 
Appoint'ment, Pnt'-Mnt 

, Apportion, F'-Bshn, P* 
iJshnd, P2-J2shnC) 
Appor'tioner, P^-iJslin- 

a 

Appor'tionment, ps- 

Ssliu-Mn-T or i Mnt 
Ap'posite, Pz'-T 
Ap'positely, Pzi-.T-Z 
Ap'positenesa, Pz'-T-Ns 
; Apposi'tion, Vzsim' 
I Apprais'al, Prz^-L 
Appraise', Prz^, Przd^ 

Prz2-NG 
Appraise'ment, Prs- 
zMnt 
, Apprais'er, Pr'-Zr 
\ Appre'ciable, Pr^ /STH-Bl 
rAppre'oiate, Pi'-SHt, 
Pr^Sff-Td, Pr'-Si/t-SG 

* Appreoia'tion, Pr^ 

SHsha 

• Appre'ciative, Pr'-SB'- 

Tv 
Appre'oiatively, Pr»- 
SH-r-Yl 
'. Apprehend', Pr=-Hnd, 
PrS-Hn'-Dd, Pr^-Hnd-NG 
Xippreliend'er, PrS-Hndr 
Apprehen'sible, Pr'-Ns- 
. B(-L) 

Appiehen'sion, Pr^i- 
Nshn 
'< Apprehen'sive, Pr^-Ns- 

V 
Apprelien'sively, Pr^- 

Ns-V-i 
Apprehen'aireness, 

Prs-Ns-V-Ns [Prns^iTs] 
Appren'tice, Prn'-^-Ts, 

Pm'-Tst, Pm^-Ts-NG 
Appren'tioeship, PrnS- 

Ts:SH 
Apprise', Prz', Przdi, 

Prz'-NG 
Apprize', Przi 
Apprize'ment, Pr^-zMnt 
' Appriz'er, Pr^-Zr 
Approach', Pr=-OH, PrS- 

CHt, Prs-CH-NG 
Approaeh'able, Pr'-CH 

Bl 
Approaeh'ableness, 

Pr2-CH-Bl-N8 [IBs] 
Approaoh'less, Pr'-CH 

is 
Ap'probate, Pr'-B-T 
Approba'tion, PrS-Bslm 



U 



5? 



Approba'tiveness, Pr^- 

BfcVs or P2-iZ-Bt:Vs 
Ap'probatory, Pr>-B-T-iJ 
Ap'probative, Pr'-B-Tv 
Appro'prii3.bIe, Pr^-Pr- 

Bl 
Appro'priate, Pr^-Prt, 

Pr2-Pr-Td. PrS-PrtC-) 
Appro'prlately, Pr^-Prt- 

L. 
Appro'priateness, Pr^- 

Prt-Ns -Jl' 
Appropria'tlbn, Pr*- 

Prshn 
Appro'prlator, Pr^-Prtr 
Approv'able, Prvs-Bc-L) 
Appro v'al, Pr^-Vl . 
Approve', Prv», Prvd», 

Prvs-NG 
Approv'er, Pr^-Vr 
Approx'lmate, Pr^ - K - 

sMt, Pri-K-sM-Td, Pri- 

K-BMtC) 
Approxima'tion, Pr^-K- 

BMshu 
Approx'imative, Pr'-K- 

sMt-V 
Ap'pulse or Appulse', 

P>or2-L8 
Appul'slon, P2-Lshn 
Appur'tenanoe, P2 - at - 

Nns 
Appur'tenant, P2-Bt-Nnt 
A-prioot, Pi-2-Kt ^ 
A'pril, Pr2-L 
A'pril-fool, Pr2-L-F-L 
A'pron, Pm2 
A'proned, Pmd^ 
Apropos', Pi-s-Pd s 
Ap'sides, PsLDz 
Ap'ais, PsB' 
Apt'ly, Pt'-i 
Ap'teral,P'-Tr-L 
Ap'teroua, pi-Xra 
Apt'itude, Pti-Td »: 
Apt'ly, Pti-i 
Apt'ness, PH-Ns ''~ 
Ap'tote, P'-Tt 
A'qua, Kw3 
Aqua'ria, Kw-ijs 
Aqua'rium, Kw-K^-M 
Aqua'rius, Kw-Rs' 
Aquat'io, Kw-T'-K 
Aquat'ical, Kw-T>-Kl ^ 
A'quatint, Kw-Tnts 
Aquatiu'ta, Kw-Tn^-T 
Aq'ueduct, Kw-Di-K.t 
A'queous, Kw-S^ 
A'quiform, Kw-ps-R-M 
Aq'uiline, Kw-in' 
Ar'ab, R'-B 
Ar'abesg.ue, R'-B-sK 
Ara'bian, Rs-Bn 
Ar'abie, Ri-B-K 
Ar'abist, Ri-Bst 
Ar'abie, R'-Bl 
Ara'neous, R2-Na 
Ar'balest or Ar'balist, 

Ri-B-ist 
ArOjiter, Ri-Btr 



AKC 

ArTaitrable, E'-B-Tr-Bl 
Arblt'rament, Rs-B-Tr- 

Mnt 
ArTjitrarily, Ri-B-Tr-iJl 
Ar'bitrary, R'-B-Tr-iJ 

[fti-Bt] 
ArTaitrate, Ri-B-Trt, Ri- 

B-TrTd, B>-B-Tit<-) 
Arbitra'tion, B«-B-Tr8hn 
Ar'bitrator, Ri-B-Trtr 
ArT)itratrix, E>-B-Tr-Tr- 

Es 
Ar'bitress, E>-B-Trs 
Ar'bor, Ri-Br 
Arbo'real, B=-B-B1 
Arbo'reous, E^-B-ies 
Arbores'enoe, R^-B-iJs- 

Ks 
Arbores'oent, R^-B-Bs- 

ut 
Arborioult'ure, E^-B-S- 

Kltr 
Ar'borist, E'-Brst 
Arboriza'tion, B'-Brzsto 
Ar'borize, E'-Brz 
Ar'borous, Ei-B-ies 
Ar'buBcle, Bi-Bs-Ij 
Arbus'tive, R2-Bs-Tt 
Arbua'tum, E2-Bs-T-M 
Ar'bute, Ri-Bt 
Arbu'tua, RS-B-Ta 
Arc, E'-K 
Arcade', E^-Kd 
Arca'na, E^-K-N 
Aroa'num, R-Kd-M 
Arch, R'-cs; iJi-CHt, £1- 

Cfl-NG 
Archeeolog'ical, Bi-£-£- 

J-Kl 
Archseol'ogiat, Ri-K-£- 

Jst 
Archoeol'ogy, B^-KL-J 
Archa'io, R^-K-K 
Aroha'ical, Ra-K-Kl 
Ar'ohaiam, E'-K-zM 
Archan'gel, R2 - E - N - Jl 

[K2-J1] 
Archaugel'ic, E^-K-N- 

Jl-K 
Archbiah'op, iJ>-CH-B- 

SH-P [iJi-CH-B] 
Archblah'oprio, iJ'-CH- 

B-SH-P-S-K [fii-CH-B-K 
Archdea'con, jB'-CH-D- 

Kn 
Archdea'conry, iJi-CH- 

D-Kn-ie 
Archdea'conship, K>- 

CH-D-Kn:SH 
Archdu'eal, fli-CH-D-Kl 
Archduch'eas, ie'-CH-D- 

CHs 
Archduoh'y, iji - CH - D. 

CH 
Archduke', TZ'-CH-D-K 
Archduke'dom, i^i-CH- 

D-K-D-M 
Arch'ed, Ri CHt 
Arch'er, E»-CHr 
Aroh'ery, K>-CHr 



ARC 
ih'escourt, £i-CHz- 

Qhetypal, Ki-K-T-Pl 
ohetype, E'-K-T-P 
shflend', iJ'-CHf-Na 
ihidiac'oual, B'-K-D- 

■m 

shiepis'copaoy, K'- 

■P'SK-P-S 

shiepis'copal, E'-K- 

SK-Pl 

ohil, K'-Kl 

sliimede'an, B'-K-M- 

a 

sliipel'ago, K2-K-P1- 

ohitect, K'-K-T-Kt 

ti-K-T] 

jhiteot'ive, Es - K - T- 

t-V 

jhiteoton'io, E'-K-T- 

t-N-K 

shitecton'ical, E^-E- 

-Kt-N-Kl 

jhiteot'ress, e^-k-t- 

-Trs 

ihiteclAiral, ES-K-T- 
tr-l, [E'-K-T] 
ohitectuie, B» -K -T- 
tr [Ei-K-T] 
ohitrave, E'-K-Trv 
oMve, E'-Kv 
chives, Ei-Kvsz 
chivist, E'-K-Vst 
ohivolt, Ei-K.-v-Lt 
Jli'ly, Bi-CH-X 
3li'ness, iJi-CH-Ns 
ohon, Ei-Kn 
Jh'way, iJi-CH-W 
3'ograph, E'-K-Grt 
3't£,E>-K-T-K [Etl-K] 
3'uate, E»-K-T 
3'uated, Ei-K-Td 
3ua'tion, E^-Kslm 
oubalist, Ei-K-Blst 
subal'ister or Arou- 
alist'er, »i or 3-K-B' 
str 

'dency, JEi-Dn-s 
■dent, iJi-Dnt 
'dentiy, iJi-Dnt-L 
'dor, Edri 
i'uous, IP-D-S 

I'uousness, iJ'-Ds-Ns 
3. Tlie word Are ii 
ritten as Ibllows; 
Standing alone or com' 
icing phrases, by S^ , 

Are, 2J1 

Are they, iJ'-DH 
Are all, EV 
Are our, Rt^ 
Are we, iSw^ 
Are you, ify' 
Are of, fivi 
Are there, iZdhr^ 
Are the, Bt^ 
In the middle or at 



15 

the end of phrases (when 
mode 3. or 4. cannot be em- 
ployed), by E ; thus. 

There are, DHr^-K 
There are many, — 

DHrl-E-M-N 
Many are, MS-N-E 
So there are, Sdhr^-E 
See Were, 

3. By the r-hook j thus, 

■What are, Tr^ 
They are, DHrS 
We are, Wr^ 
You are, YrS 

4. With preceding i7«y, 
by lengthening principle, 
or large loop ; thus. 

If they are, Fdhr^ 
So they are, Sdhr* 
Though they are, — 

DHdhr2 
Because they are, — 

Ezdhr' 
Unless they are, — 
Nlsdhr2 
A'rea, Eias 

Aiefao'tion, Bi-F-Kshn 
Are'na, E»-N 
Arena'oeous, E^-N-SHs 
Are'ola, W-iL 
Are'olBB, E'-ei 
Are'olar, E^-^X-E 
Areom'eter, E'-Mtr 
Areom'etry, E'-M-Tr 
Areop'agite, E'-P-Jt 
Areop'agus, E'-P-Gs 
Ar'gal, Ki-Gl 
Ar'gand, E'-Gnd . 

Ar'gent, /ei-Jnt T 

Argent'al, fiz- Jnt-L 
Argent'ic, iJ^-J-N-T-K 
Argeutif'erous, iJ^-Jnt- 

Ar'gentine, 2Ji-J-N-Tn 
Ar'^il, Ei-Jl 

Argilla'ceous, E2-J)-Sfls 
Argilliferous, E^-Jl-Frs 
Argirious, E^-Jl-S 
Ar'give, aK'-Jv 
Ar'gal, Ei-Gl 
Ar'gonaut, Ei-G-Nt 
Argonaut'io, E'-G-Nt-K 
Ar'gosy, E'-G-S 
Ax'iSae, Ei-G, E'-Gd, Ei- 

G-NG 
Ar'guer, K'-G-E 
Ar'gimieiL.t, E'-G-Mnt 
Argumenta'tion, B*-G- 

M-N-Tshn 
Argumen'tative, E^-G 

Mnt-Tv •+- 
Ar'gus, E^-Ga 
A'na, BiS,i % 

A'rian, En« 
AManism, Bn^-Z-M 
Ar'id, iJ>-D , 

Arid'ity, Jjs-D-T 
Ai-'idness, B^-V-TSa \ 
A'ries, Ez^ <• 

Ariet'ta, B^-ItjT 



AUli 

ArieUe', R'-llT " 

Aright', a'-T 
Ar'iose, Ei-S , 

Arise', Ez', Ezi-NG ' ' 
Aris'en, Ezs-N 
Aristoo'raoy, Es'-T-Kr-S 

[Rsi-T-Kl 
Aris'tocrat or Ar'isto- 

Orat, EsSorl-T-Krt 
Aristoorat'io, Ks'-T-Kr- 

T-K [Esi'-T-KJ 
Aristocrat'ical, Es' - T - 

Krt-Kl 
Aristote'lian,EsS-T-T-Lu 
Ar'ithmanby or Arith'- 

manoy, iJiorS-TH-Mn-S 
Arlth'metio, X^-TH-Mt- 

E 
Arithmetical, fl^-TH- 

Mt-Kl 
Arithmetl'olan, iJS-TH- 

M-tshn 

Arki B'-K ^V— -- 

Aries, Elzi ^"^ 

Arm, E'-M, Ei-Md, K'-M- 

NG. See Army. 
Arma'da, E^-M-D 
Armadil'lo, B3-M-D-£ 
Ar'mament, E^-M-Mnt , 
Ar'mature, E'-Mtr 
Arm'-chair, RVM-CHr 

trm'ful, E'-M-Fl 
rm'hole, E'-M-Hl -f 
Ar'millary, W-M-L-B * 
Ar'millate, Bi-M-it 
Ar'millated, E'-M-i-Td 
Armiu'ian, B^-Mn-N 
Armin'ianism, E^-Mn- 

Nz-51 
Armip'otent,E3-M-P-Tnt 
Ar'mistice, B'-Ms-Ts 
Arm'let, B»-M-it v 
Arffl'or, E'-M-R * 
Arm'or-bearer, E'-M-B- 

B-Br 
Ar'morer, E'-M-Br + 
Armo'rial, E^-M-fil 
Ar'mory, E'-M-B > 
Arm'pit, Ei-M-Pt 
Arms, E'-Mz 
Ar'my, E'-Ml. See Arm. 
Ar'nioa, B>-N-K 
Arnot'to, E'-N-T 
Aro'ma, E^-M 
Aromat'ic, Ei-Mt-E 
Aromat'ical, E'-Mt-Kl 
Aro'matize, E^-M-Tz, E"- 
, M-Tzd. E»-M-Tz-NG 
Arc/matouB, E'-M-Ts 
Ar'oph, aiSf« ^ 
Arose', Ez^ ,, 

Around', End' " 
Arouse', Bz', Ezdi, Ez'- 

NG 
Aroynt', Ent' _i. 

Arpeg'gio, E=-Pd-J 
Afquebuse, E^-Kw-Bs 
Arquebusler', Bs-Kw-B- 

sE — V 

Arrack', Ki-K V_ — 



AtlR 

Arraign', Bn^, Bnd>, Bn^- 

NG 
■ Arraign'ment, RD^-Vint 
Arraage', Bn'-J, Bn^-Jd, 

Eni!-J-NG 
Arrange'ment, Bn' - J ■ 

Mnt 
Arran'ger, Bn^-J-B 
Ar'raut, Bnt^ 
Ar'ras, Esi 

Array', B* Ed", En-NG 
Array'er, B^-B 
Arrear', B^-E 
Arrears', B'-Ez 
• Arrear'age, B»-iS-J 
Arreot', B«-Kt 
Arrect'ed, E»-K-Td 
Arrepti'tious, B'-P-T- 

SHs 
Arrest', Esta, Ee^-Td, 

Bsfc) 
Arresta'tion, Bs!-Tshs 
Arret', Eet» or Ba' 
>{ Arriere'-ban, B»-JJ-Ba 
Ar'ris, Esi 
Arri'val, Ei-Vl 
Arrive', 2fvi, ijvd>, iJv'(-) 
Ar'rogance, B'-Gns 
Ar'rogant, B^-Gnt 
Ar'rogantly, B'-Gnt-i 
Ar'rogate, E>-Gt, E'-G- 

Td, Bi-Gt-NG 
Arroga'tion, B^-Gshn 
Ar'rogative, E'-Gt-v 
Ar'row.Bi 
Ar'row-head, Bi-Hd 
Ar'row-headed, B'-H- 

Dd 
Ar'rowroot, Ei-iJt 
Ar'rowy, Eoii 
Ar'senal, Bs'-N-L 
Ar'senio, Bs'-N-K 
Arsen'ic, Bs^-n-k 
Arsen'ical, Es'-N-El 
Arse'nious, Bs^-Ns 
Ar'sis, KS8< 
Ar'son, Bbi-N 
Art, Bti 

Arte'rial, Kta-iJ-L 
Arterializa'tion, B.V-R- 

Jjzshn 
Arte'rialize, bp-K-Lz, 

Eta-B-Lzd, Ets-K-Lz-NG 
Arteriot'omy, Et'-H-T-M 
Ar'tery, Eti-ij ■ 
Arte'sian, B'-Tzhn 
Art'ful-ly, Bti-Fl 
Art'fulness, Eti-Fl-Ns 

[;Fs] 
Anhrit'ic, E»-THr-T-K 
Arthrit'ical, E'-THrt-Kl 
Arthri'tis, E>-THr-Ts 
Ar'tichoke, m-T-CS-K 
Ar'tiole, iJti-Kl, m'-Kld, 

iJti-Kl-NG 
Artio'ular, Bt'-Kl-B 
Articulate, iJta-Klt, /eis. 

Kl-Td. iet2-Klt-NG 
Artio'ulately, J?t'-KIt-z; 
Articula'tion, iJta-Klshn 



16 

Ar'tifice, Kti-Fs 
Artificer, BH-Fb-B -^ 
Artifl'oial, ieta-P-SHl 
Artifl'oially, RV-f-SHl 
Artifi'cialness, Bt'-w ■ 

SHI - Ns 
Artifioial'ity, HP-F-^Ml- 

T 
Artillerist, ^t'-L-Bet 
Artil'lery, B.V-L-B 
Art'isau, Et>-zN v- 
Art'ist, iJi-Tst "^ 
Artiste', iJ'-Tst -t 

Artist'ic, K'-Tst-K 
Artist'ical, AS-Tst-K-L 
Art'less, Eti-Xs 
Art'lessly, VLI^-Lb-L 
Art'Iessness, Bt'-Zs-Ns 
Arundina'ceous, Bn'-D- 

N-SHs 
Arundin'eous, Bn^-D-Ns 
Arus'pioe, Bs^-Ps -^ 
Arus'pioy, Es^-P-S 
As, &Z>. At is commonly 
written with a small circle 
in the first position. The 
phrases, as kashas is^ as his, 
are written with a large 
circle in the first position , 
as to, as it, as the, with a 
small loop in the first posi- 
tion, inclined in the direc- 
tion of CH, and as thr with 
a large loop in the same 
position, and with the same 
inclination. 
Asafet'ida or Asajset'i- 

da, S2-Ft-D A 
Asbes'tiform, S^-Bs-T- 

Fr-M 
Asbes'tine, S^-Bs-Tn 
Asbes'tos or Asbes'tus, 

Ss-Bs-Ts 
Ascend', Snda, Sn'-Dd, 

Snds-NG 
Ascend'able, Snd^-B (-L) 
Asoend'ant, Snd«-Nt ^ 
Asoend'ency, Snd^-N-S 
Asoen'sion, S^-Nshn -f 
Ascen'sional, S'-Nshn-i 
Ascent', Snt^ 
Ascertain', Sr^-Tn, Sr*- 

Tnd, Sr2-Tn-NG 
Ascertain'able, Sr--Tn-B 

(-L) 
Ascertain'ment, Sr^T 

(-N)-Mnt -V 

Ascet'ic, S«-T-K ^ 
Ascet'icism, S^-T-szM 
As'cii, SHiii 
As'ciaus, SHIanz' 
Ascit'io, S»-T K 
Ascit'ical, S'-T-Kl 
Ascrib'able, S'-Kr-B-Bl 
Ascribe', Si-Kr-B, Si-Kr- 

Bd. 81-Kr-B-NG 
Asorip'tion, S»-Kr-Pshn 
Ash, SHI 

Ashamed', BH^-Hd 
Ash'en, BHni 



ASS 

ABh'ery, SHi-S 

Ash'es, SHzi 

Ash'lar or Ashler, SHL 

i-E 
Ash'lering, SHi-i-B-NO 
Ashore', SH'-B. See Shore. 
Ash-'Wednesday, 8H>- 

W-Nz-D 
Ash'y, SHP 
Aside', Si-D • 
As'inine, S'-Nn 
Ask, S>-E, Si-Et. S'-K-NG 
Askance', S'-Kns 
Askant', S>-Ent 
Ask'er, Si-Kr 
Askew', S^-E 
Aslant', 81nt> 
Asleep', S13-P 
Aslope', S12-P 
Aso'matous, S'-M-Ts 
Asp, S'-P 

Aspar'agus, S^-V-S-Ga 
As'pect, 81-P-Kt 
As'pen, Si-Pn 
Asper'ity, S^-Pr-T 
Asper'mous, S'-Pr-Ms 
Asperse', S^-Prs, S'-Prat, 

S2-PrsNG 
Aspers'er, S^-Pr-sB 
Asper'sion, S^-Prshn 
Asphalt', Si-Flt 
Asphalt'ic, Si-Fl-T-E 
Asphalt'um, S'-Pl-T-M 

{or -Flt-M) 
As'phodel, S'-F-Dl 
Asphyx'iao) Asphyx'y, 

S3-F-K-S 
Asp^ic, Sip-K 
Aspir'ant, s>-P-Knt 
As'pirate, S'-P-Ht, S'-P- 

B-Td, Si-P-Kt-NG 
Aspira'tjon, S^-P-Kshn 
Aspire', S'-P-B, 8i-P-Bd, 

S'-P-K-NG 
Aspir'er, S^-P-Er 
Aspir'ingly, 8i-P-fl-NGl 
Asquint', S'-Ewnt 
Ass, SI 

Assafcet'ida, S'-Pt-D / 
Assail', 812, sids, Sl^-NG 
Assail'able, Sl^-Bl 
Assail'ant, Sl'-Nt 
Assail'er, Sl^-B 
Assas'sin, 8s>-N 
Assas'sinate, Ss'-Nt, Ssi- 

N-Td Ssi-Nt-NG 
Assassina'tion, Ss'-Nshn 
Assas'sinator, Ss>-Ntr 
Assault', Slti, Sli-Td, SltJ. 

NG 
Assault'able, Slti-Bl 
Assault'er, Sltri 
Assay', S^. S^-D, S^-NG 
Asaay'er, S'-B 
Assem'blage, 8<-M-Bl-J 
Assem'ble, S^-M-Bl, s>- 

MBld. S2-M-B1-NG 
Assem'bly, S3-M(-B1) 
Assent', Snt>, Sn» - Td, 

Snt>-NG 



ASS 

lenta'tion. Sn^-Dslin 
ienta'tor, SnS-Ttr 
ient'er, Sntr^ 
iert', Srt2, SrS-Td, Srt»- 
G 

ler'tion, Srslin' 
iert'ive, Srs-Tv 
iert'or, Srtr» 
lert'ory, SrtS-B 
sess', Ss2, Sst2. Ss»-Na 
sess'able, Ss<^-B (-L) 
less'ment, Ss'-Mnt 
iess'or, Ss2-E 
sesso'nal, Ss'-ii-Ii 
sets, Stsi 
iev'er, s^Yt 
iev'erate, s»-Vrt, S^- 
r-Td, SS-Vrt-NG 
severa'tioiij ss-Vrshn 
iidu'ity, S3-D-T 
lid'uons, S3-DB 
lid'uoualy, S>-D-S1 
lid'uousness, S^-Ds- 
s 
lign', Sni, Sndi, Sni- 

a 

lign'able, Sn'-B (-!<) 
lignat', Si-N-Y or Si- 
■Nt 

signa'tion, S^-G-Nshn 
signee', S»-N 
iign'er, S'-Nr 
ngn'ment. Si - H - Mnt 
li-Mnt] 

lignor', S'-Sr 
lim'ila'ble, S^-M-i-Bl 
iiui''ilate, Ss-M-it, S»- 
-i-Td, Sa-M-it-NG 
iiiiiila'tion,S2-M-£sIm 
lim'ilative, S^-M-it. v 
ast', Ssta, Ss3-Td, Sst(')»i 
lisfance, Ss^-Tus 
lisfant, Ss^-Tnt 
lize', Szi. Szdi, Szi-NG 
liz'er, Sz'-E 
looiabil'lty, S'-Siy-B- 

T (it) 

lo'ciabloness, s^-Sff- 
l-Ns CiBs: 
ic/ciable, Ss-Sff-Bl 
lo'oiate, S'-SHl, S^- 
J-Td. S2 .Sfft-NG 
locia'tion, S^<sr?slm 
ociational, S'-SHslm', 

lo'oiatiTe, S'-Sfll-V 

souance, S'-Nns 

sonant, S^-Nnt 

ort', Srt', Sri-Td, Srfi- 

3- 

ort'ment, Srti-Mnt 

uage', Ss-W-J, S2-W, 

I, Sa-W-J-NG 

uage'ment, S^ - W - J. 

nt 

uag'er, S^-W-Jr 

lua'sive, S^-Ws-V 

suetude, S'-Td 

iume', Sa.M, S'-Md, S». 

• NG 



17 

A.8suni'er, S^-M-B 
A.sstunp'8it, SS-Ms-T 
^ssump'tion, S^-Mshn 
ABsump'tive, Ss-Mt-v 
Assur'ance, SH^-iins 
Assure', SH'-B, SH»-Ed, 

SHS-ie-NG 
Assur'edly, SH'-Ed-i 
AssuT'edness, sw-Bd- 

Ns 
Assur'er, BS'-B-E 
Assnr'gent, S^-iS-Jnt 
Astat'ic, Si-Tt-K 
As'ter, Stri 
As'terisk, Strs'-K 
As'terism, Str'-Z-M (or 

■zM) 
Astern', St»-Hn 
As'teroid, Stri-D 
Asteroid'al, Str'-DI 
Asthen'ic, SS-THn-K 
Asth'ma, St>-H or Si-Ui 

or Zi-M 
Asthmat'ic, St'(or S' or 

Zi)-Mt-E 
Asthmafical, SP(or S> or 

Zi).Mt-El 
Aston'ish, SK-N-SH, Sti- 

N-SHt, Sti-N-SH-NG Bti, 

Sti, StOM 
Aston'istung, St'-N-SH- 

NG tSfC)'] 
Aston'ishingly, Sti-N- 

SH'-NGl IStkLi 
Aston'ishment, Sti-K- 

SH-Mnt tSti-Mnt] 
Astound'. Si-Tnd. Si-Tn- 

Dd, S»-Tnd-NG 
Astrad'dle, St-Tr-m 
As'tragal, Str'-Gl 
Aa'trar, Str'-i 
Astray*, Ss-Tr 
Astrict', Sa-Tr-Kt, Ss-Tr- 

K-Td, gs-Tr-Kt-NG 
Astride', S»-Trd 
Astringe', sa-Tr-N-J, SS- 

Tr-N-Jd, S3-Tr-N-J-NG 
Astrin'gency, S^-Tr-NT 
.J-N-S 

Astrin'gent, SS-Tr-N-Jnt 
As'trolabe, Str'-i-B 
Aatrol'oger, Str'-Z- Jr 
Astrolog'io, Btr'-£-J-K 
Astrolog'lcal, gtri -L-J- 
_ Kl 
Astrol'ogy, Str'-Z-J 

[StriiJ] 
Astron'omer, Stri-N-Mr 
Astronom'io, Stri-N-M- 

K 
Astronom'lcal-ly, Str'- 

N-M-Kl 
Astrou'omy, Str'-N-M 
Astute', S3-Tt 
Astute'ness, Ss-Tt-Ns 
Asun'der, Sndr^ 
Asyluin, Sl^-M 
Asym'metry, s^-M-Tr 
As'ymptote, Si-M-Tt 
Asymptot'io, gi-M-Tt-K. 



ATT 

Asymptot'ical, S«-M-Tt, 

Kl 
Asyn'deton, S'-Nd-Tn' 
At, Ti I 

At'abal, "P-B-L ' 
At'aghan, T'-Gu < 

Ate, T! ' 

Atbana'sian, TH^-Nzhn 
A'theism, uTH'-Z-M. Sea 

VhfiisTJt 

A'theist, aTEstz. gee 

Tkeist. 
Atheist'io, aTHs' - T - K 
- Bee Theistic, 
Atheist'ioal-ly, alHs'-T- 

Kl 
Athene'um or Athenffi'- 

nm, THa-N-M 
Athe'nian, THn'-N 
Ather'inauous, aTHr^ ' 

M-Ns 
AtMrst',aTHrst« 
Ath'lete, THi-it 
Athlet'ic. im-L-l-K 
Athwart', THi-Wrt 
Atilt',aT8-Lt 
Atlante'an, T»-Z-N-Tu 
Atlaa'tes, Ti-i-N-Tz 
Atlan'tic, Ti-int-K 
Atlan'tideSj Ti-Znt-Bz 
At'las, T'-is 
At'mospliere, T'-Ms-F-B 

[-Ms-FJ t. 

Atmospher'io, T^-Ms-F- 

E-K [-F-K] 
Atmospher'ioal, T2-Ms- 

F-E-Kl C-F-KU 
Atoll', aTi-Ii 
At'om, T'-M 
Atom'io, Ti-M-K 
Atom'ical, T'-M-Kl 
At'omism, T>-Mz-lVI 
At'omist, Ti-Mst 
At'omize, Ti-Mz 
Atone', In', TndS, Tn«, 



tl2^ 



Atone'ment, Tn^^Mnt or 

To^-Mut. See Attainment, 
Aton'er, T'-Nr 
Aton'ic, Ti-N-K 
At'ony, Ti-N 
Atop', aT>-P 
Atrabila'rian, Tr" - B - Z- 

Sn 
Atrabila'rious, Ti-*-B-Z- 

Bs 
Atrabil'ious, Tr'-B-Zs 
Atramen'tal, Trs-M-N^ 

T-L XTiSSMnt] 
Atrameut'ous, Trs-M-N- 

Ts 
Atro'olous, Trs-SHa 
Atro'oiously, Tr^-SHs-L 
Atro'ciousness, Tr^-sssi- 

Ns 
Atroo'ity, Trsi-T 
At'rophy, Tr'-F 
Attach', Ti-CH, Ti-CHt, 

Ti-CH-NG 

Attaoh'able, T>-CH-B1 



ATT 

Attache', •r'-sffi 
Attach'ment, T'-CH-Mnt 
Attack', Ti-K, T'-Kt, Ti- 

K-NG 
Attack'er, Ti-Kr 
Attain', Tn^, Tnds, TnS- 

NG 
Attain'able, Tn^-B (-L) 
Attain'ableness, In'-B- 

Z-Ns [:B«] 
Attain'der, Tndr' 
Attain'ment, Tn^'Mnt 

[T2-Mnt] See Atonement. 
Attaint', aTnta, aTu^-Td, 

aTnt2-NG 
Attaint'ment, Tnt^iMnt 
Attem'per, aT" - M - Pr, 

aTii-M-Pld,&T2-M-Pr-NG : 
Attempt', T2-Mt, T2-M- 

Td, T2-Mt(-) 
Attempt'able, T'-Mt-Bl 

See Contemptible, 
Attempt'er, T^-Mtr 
Attend', Tnd2, TnS-Dd, 

Tnds-NG 
Attend'ance, Tnd^-lira 
Attend'amt, Tnd^-Nt 
Attend'er, Tndr^ 
Attent', axnt! 
Atten'tion, T2-Nslin 
Attent'lve, Tnts-v 
Attent'ively, Tnt»-V-Z 
Attent'iveness, Tnt^-V- 

N3 [:VbV 
Atten'uant, T^-Sf-Nt 
Atten'uate, T^-N-T, T=-N- 

Td, TS-N-T-NG 
Attenua'tion, TS-N-Tshn 
Attest', aTsta, aTs^-Td, 

aTslC)« 
Attesta'tion, Ts^-Tslin 
Attest'or, aTstr' 
At'tio, T>-K 
At'tieism, T'-szM 
Attire', T'-R, T'-Ed, T^- 

iJ-NG 
At'titude, Ti-Td or T>-T- 

D 
Attitu'dinize, T«-T-D-Nz, 

T3-T-D-Nzd, Ta-X-D-Nz- 

NG 
Attol'lent, Ti-int 
Attor'ney, Tr^-N 
Attor'neyship, Tr«-N(SH 
Attom'ment, TS -Kn-Mot 
Attract', Tri-Kt, Tr^-K- 

Td, Tr>-Kt-NG 
Attractabil'ity, Tr^ - Kt- 

BI-T (Bit) 
Attraot'able, Tri-Kt-Bl 
Attract'ile, Tri-Kt-L 
Attrao'tion, Tr'-Kshn 
Attract'ive, Tri-Kt-V 
Attract'ively.Tr'-Kt-v-t 
Attraot'iveuess, Tr'-Kt- 

V-Ns [iVs] 

Attraot'or, Tr'-Ktr 
At'trahent, Tr'-Hnt 
Attrap', aipi-P 
Attrib'utable, Tr«-Bt-Bl 



18 

Attrib'ute, Tr>-Bt, Tr»-B- 

Td, Ti-8-BtC) 
At'tribute, Tri-Bt 
Attribu'tion, Tr^Bshn 
Attrib'utlve, Trs-Bt-V 
Attrite', STrti 
Attri'tion, Trshns 
Attune', aTns, axnd^, 

aTn3-NG 
Au'bum, B'-Kn 
Auc'tion, Kshni 
Auo'tionary, Kslin-B> 
Auctioneer', Kshn-B» 
Auda'cious, V-SHs 
Auda'cionsly, D^-SHs-i 
Auda'oiousneas, D^SHa- 

Ns 
Audao'ity, Ds'-T 
Au'diWe-y, Di-Bl 
Au'dlblenesB, D>-Bl-Ns 

[Bb] 
Au'dience, Sob' 
Au'dit, aDti, aD>-Td, 

aDti(-) 
Au'ditor, Dti - B.' See 

Daughter and Doultter. 
Au'ditorship, Dt>-B:SH 
Au'ditory, DP- J! 
An'ditress, D1-Xts 
Auge'an, ja-N 
Au'ger, Gr> 
Aught, Ti 
Au'gite, a.W 
Augment', GS-Mnt, G»- 

M-N-Td, G«-Mnt-NG 
Aug'ment, G'-Mnt 
Augment'able, G - Mnt- 

B2(-L) 
Augmenta'tion, G-M-N- 

Tshn" 
Angment'ative, G-Mnt 

Au'gur, Gri, Grdi, Gr'-NG 
Au'gural, a-BP 
Augura'tion, G-Bslm> 
Augu'rial, G-B^-L 
Au'gury, G-B' 
August', Gst? 
Au'gust, Gsti 
Augus'tan, Gs-Tns 
Auguat'ine, Gs-Tn' 
Augustiu'ian, Gs-Tn'-N 
Augnsf ins, Gs-Tnzs 
August'ness, Gb-T'-Nb 
Aulet'io, klA-T-K 
Au'lin, aLl-E 
Aunt, £Nti 
Au'ra, E' 
Au'rsB, B' 
Au'ral, Bl> 
Au'rated, aKi-Td 
Aure'lia, E^-ei 
Aure'ola, E>-£ 
Au'reole, ElSi-L 
Au'ricle, Ei-Kl 
Aurio'ula, E^-Kl 
Aurio'ular, B3.ki.b 
Aurio'ulate, E^-K-M 
Auriferous, E'-Fra 
Au'riform, aB'-Fr-M 



AXJT 

Auri'gal, E>-G1 

Au'rist, aKsti 
Au'roohs, aE'-Ks 
Auro'ra, ve'-B 
Auro'ral, B^-Hl 
Ausculta'tion, S» - Kl - 

Tshn 
Au'spicate, S'-P Kt 
Au'spioe, S'-Ps 
Auspi'cial, S^-P-SHl 
Auspi'eious, S»-PSfls 
Auspi'ciously, S'-P-SHs- 

L 
Auspi'ciousness, S^ - F- 

SHs-Nb 
Austere', St'-R 
Austere'ly, 8ta-E-i 
Austere'ness, Sta-fl-Ns 
Auster'ity, St^-iJ-T 
Au'stral, Str^-i 
Authent'ic, THnts-R. 
Authent'lcal, THnta-K-L 
Authent'ioally, THnt?- 

K-L 
Authent'icate, THnt^ - 

Kt, THnt2-K-Td, THnt»- 

Kt-NG 
Authentioa'tion, THnt«- 

Kshn 
Authenticity, THnt'-St 
Au'thor, THr> 
Au'thoress, THi'-S 
Author'itatiTe, THrt'- 

Tv 
Author'itatively, THrt"- 

T-Vl 
Author'ity, THri-T 
Authoriza'tion, 

TSTZlhn' 
Au'thorize, THtz', 

THrzdi, THrz'-NG 
Au'thorship, THr^iSH 
Autobiog'rapher, T'-B- 

Gr-Fr 
Autobiograph'ical-ly, 

Tl-B-Gr-F-Kl 
Autobiog'raphy, T' - B- 

Gr-f 
Autoch'thon, Ti-K-THn 
Autochthon'lc, T' - K - 

THn-K 
Autoch'thonous, !• -K- 

TH-Nb 
Autoo'raoy, Ti-Kr-S 
Au'tocrat, T'-Krt 
Autocrafic, Ti-Kr-T-K 
Autoorat'ical, Ti-Krt-KI 
Au'to-da-le', T'-DiFa' 
Au'tograph, T"-Grf 
Autograph'ic, Ti-Grf-K 
Autographtcal-ly, T'- 

Gr-P-Kl 
Autog'raphy, rP-Gr-F 
Automat'ic, T'-Mt-K 
Automat'ioal, T'-Mt-Kl 
Autom'aton, T'-M-Tu 
Autom'olite, T'-M-£t 
Auton'omy, T'-N-II 
Au'topsy,T>-P-S 
Autop'tic, T'-P-T-K 



AUT 

Au'tumn, T'-M. See Time. 
Autum'nal, TS-M-Nl 
Auxil'iar, G-zLS-K 
Auxil'iary, O-zL'-B 
Avail', -V^-L, V=-La, V2-L 

NG 
Availabil'ity, V'-Z-Blt 
Avail'ableuess, Y'-L-Bl- 

Ns [!Bb] 
Avail'able-ly, VS-i-Bl 
Avalanche', Vi-i-N-SH 
Avant'-oourier, Yni - K 

Er 
Avant'-guard, V'-Nt-Grd 
Av'arioe, YI-R3 
Avari'olous, V-ie-SHs 
Avari'oiously.V'-iJ-SHst Away', W^ 



19 



Avari'oiousness, T' 

SHs-Ns 
Avast', avsti 
Avatar', V'-T-R 
Avaunt', aVnti 
Ave-Maria, .V'-M-JZ 
Avena'oeous, V-N-SHs 
Av'enage, V'-N-J 
Avenge', T^-N-J, Y'-S- 

Jd, V2-N-J-NG . 
Aveng'er, va-N-Jr 
Av'enor, Vi-Nr 
Avent'ure, avntr2 
J.v'enue, V'-N 
Aver', V2-B, V2-iea, V2-B 

NG 
Av'erage, Vr'-J, Vri-Jd, 

Vri-J-NG 
Aver'ment, Vr^-Mnt 
Averse', Vrsi! 
Averse'ly, Vrs^L 
Averse'ness, Vrs^-Ns 
Aver'sion, Vrshns 
Avert', Vrt?, Vra-Td, Vrt2- 

NG 
A'veroom, Vr^-Km 
Avert'er, Vrtr^ 
A'viary, aV^-B 
Avid'ity, VdS-T 
Av'itous, V'-Ts 
Av'ooat, Vi-Kft 
Avoca'tion, av^-Kehn 
Av'ocet, Vsi-T 
Avoid', avdi, avi-Dd, 

aVfli-NG. See Void. 
Avoid'able, Vdi-Bl 
Avoid'ance, V>-Dns 
Avoid'er, V'-Dr 
Avoid'less, Vd'-Zs 
Avoirdupois', Vri-D-Pz 
Avouch', avi-CH, avi- 

CHt, 4V1-CH-NG. See 

Vouch, etc, 
Avouch'able, iVi-CH-Bl 
Avouoh'er, aV'-CHr 
Avouch'ment, aV'-CH- 

Mnt 

Avow, avi, aval, av-NG 

See Vow, 
Avow'able, Vi-Bl 
Avow'al, V'-L 
Avow'edly, vi-D£ 



_j Awe, Heavy dasb in first 



% 



•A 



Avowee', Ve' ' 
Avow'er, V'-K 
Avow'ry, v^-iJ 
Avul'aion, VZ-Lshn 
Avun'cular, V^-NCi-Kl-K 
Await', awts, aw2'Td, 
awt2-NG 

Awake', W2-K, W^-K or 

W2-Kt, W^-K-NG 
Awak'en, W^ - Kn, V- 

End, WS-Kn-NG 
Awak'ener, wa-K-Nr 
Award', Wrd', Wri-Dd, 

Wrdi-NG 
Award'er, Wrdr 
Aware', Wri 



i position;, inclined like J. 

Awed, &D1 

Aw'ing — Same as Awe^ 
with ing-Aot. 

Aweath'er, awdhr^ 

Aweigh', aW2 

Awe'-struck, 'Awe'isTr^- 
K 

Aw-ful-ly, Pli 

Aw'fulness, Fl'-Ns 

Awhile', aWli 

Awk'ward, K-Wrdi 

Awk'wardly, K-Wrdi-i 

Awk'wardness, K-Wrd^- 
Ns 

Awl, ai' 

Awn, aNi 

Awn'ing, N'-NG 

Awn'less, aN-is' 

Awoke', W*-K 

Awry', Eii 

Ax or Axe, Ksi 

Ax'ial, Ks-Li 

Axif erous, Ks-Fs-iSs 

Ax'iform, Ks-P'-K-M 

Ax'il, Ks-Li 

Axll'la, K-8iS 

Ax'illar, K-sL^-E 

Ax'illary, K-sii-iS 

Ax'Iom, Ki-sM 

Axiomat'io, K'-sMt-K 

Axiomat'ical, E^-sMt-El 

Ax'ia.Kssi 

Ax'le, Ks-Li' 

Axle-tree, K-s£i-Tr 

Ay or Aye, ( a word ex- 
pressing assent) Al^ 

Aye, { meaning always, 
ever) a^ 

Aye'-aye, Sp4i 

Aza'lea, z^-L 

Az'imuth, zi-M-TH 

Az'imuthal, Z>-M-TH-Ii 

Azo'io, Z2-E 

Azote', Z2-T 

Azot'io, Z'-T-K (Zti-K) 

Az'otize, Zi-Tz, Zi-Tzd, 
.Zi-Tz-NG 

AzO'tOUS, Z2-TS 

Az'ure, ZUr^or" 
Az'ured, ZHraioj-2 
Az'ymous, Z'-Ma 



BAC 



B. 



B, the secona letter of the 
Alphabet, invariably rep- 
resents the fiouna of &, as 
heard in fie, fiy, rob, etc. 

56, like other doubled 
letters, has the one sound 
of the single letter, as in 
ro66ed, nafi&ed, etc.; the 
added letter not being 
sounded, but placed there 
generally as a mere con- 
ventional index to show 
that the preceding vowel 
has its short sound. In 
Phonography no such ex- 
pedient is required, and 
therefore only one phono- 
graphic sign is used to rep- 
resent such doubled letters. 

B is sometimes silent, as 
in debt, doubt, lamfi, bdel- 
lium, etc., in which case it 
is not indicated in Phonog- 
raphy. 
Baa, BSi 
Ba'al, B2-L 
Bab'bitt-metal, Bi-B-T- 

Mt-i 
Bab'blOi Bi-Bl, Bi-Bld, 

Bi-Bl-NG 
Bab'blement, Bi-Bl-Mnt 
Bab'bler, Bi-Bl-B 
Babe, B'-B. See Baiy. 
Ba'bel, B^-Bl 
Baboon', B'-Bn 
Ba'by, (n.) B^-Bl. See Bate 
Ba'by, ^v.) BS-B, B2-B-D, 

B2-B-NG 
Ba'byhood, B^-B-Hd 
Ba'by-house, B^-B-Hs 
Ba'byish, B^-B-SH 
Ba'by-jumper, b^-B-J- 

M-Pr 
Babylo'nian, B2-B-£-Nn 
Babylon'io, B'-B-Ln-K 
Babylo'nish, Bii-B-i-N- 

SH 
Bao, Bi-E 
Baccalau'reate, B'-E-L- 

Rt 

Bao'oate, Bi-Et 
Bac'cated, B'-E-Td 
Bac'chanal, Bi-E-Nl 
Baoohana'lian, Ba-K-N- 

in 
Baochana'lia, B2-E-N-i 
Bac'chanals, Bi-E-Nlz 
Bacchant', B'-Ent 
Bacchante', B^-Ent 
Baochan'tes, B>-Kn-Tz 
Bao'chio, Ef^-K-K 
Bao'chioal, Bi-E-Kl 
Bac'chus, Bi-Es 



BAG 

Baooif'erous,B8-K-sF-iJs 
Bacciv'orous, B" - K - b V 

Rb 
Baoh'elor, Bi-CH-i-R 
Baoh'elor's-button, B'- 

OH-i-Ez-B-Tn 
Bach'elorship, Bi-CH-i- 

B.'SH 
Back, Bi-K, B'-Kt, Bi-K- 

NG 
BaoklJit, Bi-K-Bt 
Baok'bite, Bi-K-Bt 
BaokTaiter, Bi-K-Btr 
BaokTiitteii, Bi-K-B-Tn 
Back'bone, Bi-K-Bu 
Baok'er, Bi-Kr 
Backgam'mou, B'-K-G- 

Mn 
Baok'ground, Bi-K-Grnd 
Baoklianded, Bi-K-Hn- 

Dd 
Backliouse, Bi-K-Hs 
Back'-piece, Bi-E-Fs 
Back'-plate, B»-K-Plt 
Back'shish or Back'- 

sheesh, Bi-E-SHSH 
Back'side, B'-Es-D 
Back'Bight, Bi-Ks-T 
Backslid', B»-K-Bid 
Backslide', Ei-E-sZd 
BacksIld'den,B3-E-si-Dn 
Backslid'er, B'-E-sLdr 
Backslid'ing, B>-E-si.d- 

■NG 
Back'staff, Bi-Es-Tf 
Baok'stairs, Bi-Kstrs 
Baok'stays, Bi-Ke-Tz 
Back'sword, B^-E-sBd 
Back'ward, B'-E-Wrd 
Back'wardly, Bi-K-Wrd- 

L 
Back'wardness, B^-E- 

Wrd - Ns 
Baok'wards, Bi-E-Wrdz 
Bact'water, B'-E-Wtr or '. 

Bi-Ewtr 
Backwoods'man, B^-E- 

wDzMn 
Ba'con, B"-Kn 
Baco'nian, B'-En-N 
Bad, (a.) Bdi 
Bad or Bade, (v.) Bdi. See 

Bid. 
Badge, B»-J 
Bad'ger, B'-Jr, Bi-Jrd, 

Bi-Jr-NG 
Badig'eon, B^-D-Jn 
Badinage', B'-D-N-ZH 
Baday, Bd'-i 
Bad'ness, Bd'-Ns or Bi-D- 

Ns 
Baffle, Bi-Fl, Bi-I'ld, Bi- 

ri-NG 

Baffler, Bi-Fl-B 

Bag, Bi-G, Bi-Gd, Bi-G- 

NG 
Bagatelle', B^-G-T-L 
Bag'gage, B'-G-J 
Bag'ging, B'-G-NG 
Bagn'io, Bi-NIo 



20 

Bag'pipe, B'-G-P-P 

Bag'piper, B'-G-P-Pr 

Bah, Bh> 

Bail, B2-L, B2-Ld, B^-L- 
NG 

Bail'able, BS-i-Bi 

Bail'-bond, Bi-£-Biid 

Bailee', B.'-Ze 

Bail'er, Bs-Z-R 

Bail'ie, B2-i 

Bail'ifl; Ba-i-r 

Bail'iwick, B2-£-W-E 

Bail'ment, B^-L-Mnt 

Bail'or, B'-L-B. 

Bairn, B^-ita 

Bait, Bt!>, B2-Ta, Bt{-)« 

Baize, Bz' 

Bake, B^-K, B^-Kt, B^-E- 
NG 

Bake'house, B'-E-Hs 

Bak'er, B2-Er 
Bak'ery, B^-Erl 
Bak'ing, B8-E'-NG 
Bak'shish, Bi-E-SH-SH 
Bal'ance, Blns^ Blnsti, 

Blnsi-NG 
Bal'ancer, Blns'-E («- 
hook and circle both 
shown.) 
Bal'ance-sheet, Bins' - 

SHt 
Bal'oony, Bi-i-K-N 
Bald, Bi-Ld 
Bal'daohin, B'-i-D-En 
Bal'derdash, B' - Xdr - D- 

SH 
Bald'ly, B'-id-Z 
Bald'ness, B'-id-Ns 
Bal'driQ, Bi-i-Dr-E 
Bale, Ba-L, B^-Ld, B2-L- 

NG 
Baleen'. B^-Xn 
Bale'-flfe, B'-L-r-B 
Bale'ful-ly, B'-L-Fl 
Bale'fulness, B'-L-Fl-Ns 
_[:Ps] 

Bal'ister, B>-z.Etr 
Balize', Ba-iiz 
Balk, Bi-E, Bi-Et, Bi-K- 

NG 
Balfc'er, Bi-Er 
Balk'y, Bi-E 
Ball, Bi-L, Bi-Ld, Bi-L- 

NG 
Bal'lad, B' -i-D 
Bal'last, Bi-ist, Bi-Zs-Td, 

Bl-ist(-) 
Ball'cook, Bi-L-K-E 
Bal'let, Bi-it or Bs-£ 
Ballis'ta, Ba-ie-T 
Bal'lister or Ballis'ter, 

Biors-istr 
Ballis'tic, BS-is-T-E 
Ballis'tios, BS-is-T-Ks 
Balloon', Bs-in 
Balloon'ist, Bi-in-St 
Bal'lot, Bi-it, Bi-i-Td, 

Bi-£t-NG 
Bal'lot-box, Bi-ifc-B-Ks 
Ball'-yalve, B'-L-Vl-V 



BAN 

Ball'-rein, B'-i-Vn 
Balm-y, B'-M 
Bal'neal, Bi-i-N-L 
Bal'sam, B>-Xs-M 
Balsam'lo, Bi-Z/S-ME 
Balsam'ical, Bi-£s-M-Kl 
Balsamirerous, B^-is- 

M-Fre 
Bal'samine, B^-is-Mn 
Bal'aamouB, B'-is-Ms 
Bal'uster, B'-ietr 
Bal'ustrade, B'-is-Trd 
Bal'zarine, B'-iz-Kn 
Bam, B>-M , . 

Bamboo', B'-M-B 
Bamboo'zle, B»-M-B-Z1 
Ban, Bni . 
Bana'na, Bni-S 
Band, Bnd', Bn' - Dd, 

Bndi-NG 
Band'age, Bnfli-J, Bndi- 

Jd, Bnd>-J-NG 
Bandan'a or Bandon'na, 

Bni-D-Sr 
Band'box, Bndi-B-Es 
Ban'deau, Bni-B 
Ban'derole, Bn'-D-Kl 
Ban'dit, Bni-Dt 
Bandit'ti, BnS-D-T 
Bandlet or Band'elet, 

Bni-D-it 
Ban'dog, Bn'-D-G 
Bandoleer', BnS-D-Z-B 
Bau'dore or Bandore', 

Bnior2-D-E 
Band'rol, Bn'-D-ffl 
Ban'dy, Bni-D, Bu>-Dd, 

Bn>-D-NG 
Ban'dy-leg, Bni-D-Z-G 
Ban'dy-legged, Bni-D- 

£-G-D 
Bane, Bn' 
Bane'ful, Bn^-F (-L) 
Bane'fully, BnS-F (-L) 
Bane'fulness, Bn2 - F - L- 

Ns lBn2:rs] 
Bang, Bl-NG, Bl-NG-D, 

Bl-NG-NG 
Ban'ian, Bi-N-Tn 
Ban'ish, Bni-SH,Bn'-SHt, 

Bni-SH-NG 
Bau'isher, Bn'-SH-R 
Ban'ishment, Bn' - SH - 

Mnt 
Ban'ister, Bustri 
Ban^o, Bn'-J 
Bank. B'-NG-E, B'-NG- 

Kt, Bi-NG-E-NG 
Bank'able, Bi-ng-e-bi 
Bank' -bill, B'-NG-K-BL 

(01- -Bl) 
Bauk'-book, B'-NG-K- 

B-K 
Bank'er, B'-NGEr 
Bank'ing, Bi-NG-K-NG 
Bauk'note, Bi-NG-K-Nt 
Bank'rupt, B'-NG-Kr-Pt, 

B'-NG-Er-P-Td, Bi-KG- 

Er-Pt(-) [Bi-NG-Pt, Bi- 

NG-P-Td, Bi-NG-PK-)1 



BAN 
Bank'ruptey, Bi-NG-Kr- 

P-8 [B'-NG-SI 
3ank'-8took, Bi-NO-Ks- 

T-K 

3au'ner, B'-Nr 
Jan'nered, B'-Nrd 
Jan'neret, B'-Nr-T 
Jan'nock, B'-N-K 
Jan'quet, Bi-NG-K-wt, 

Bi,NG-Kw-Td, B'-NG- 

£wt-NG 
Ban'queter, B>-NG-Kwtr 
Banquette', B^-NG-Kt 
Bans, Bnzi 
Ban'shee, Bn^-SH 
3au'tam, Bn'-T-M 



3an'ter, 'Bntri, Bnt'-EcfJ feargainee', B^-H-G-N 



Bntri-NG 
Ban'terer, Bntri-K 
Bantaiug, Bnt'-L-NQ 
Ban'yoa m Banyan', B>- 

N-Yn 
Sa'obab, B^-B-B 
Sap'tism, B'-P-T-zM 

[Bti-zM] 
Saptis'mal, B^-P-T-zM-^ 

[Bt3-zM-i] 
Sap'tist, Bi-P-Tst [Btsti] 
Bap'tlstery, Bi-P-Tst-ij 

[Btst'-iS] 
Baptist'ic, B^-P-Tst-K 

[Btsta-K] 
Baptist'ioal, B^-P-Tst-K- 

L [Btst»-K-L] 
Baptize', B'-p-Tz, B'-p- 

Tzd, Bi-P-Tz-NG [Btzi, 

Btzdi, Btz(-)>] 
Saptia'er, Bi-P-T-Zr [Bt'- 

Bar, Bi-R, Bi-Ed, Bi-iJ- 

NG 
Barb, Bi-B-B, B'-B-Bd, 

B1-J8-B-NG 
Bar'bacan, Bi-iS-B-En 
Barba'rlan, Br^-B-Bn 
Barbar'io, Br'-B-if-K 
Bar'barism, Br>-Br-ztI 
Barbar'ity, Bri-B-B-T (oi- 

-iet) 
Bar'barize, Br'-Briz 
Bar'barous, Br'-Brs 
Bar'barously, Br'-Br-st 
Bar'barouaness, Br'-Brs 

Ns 
Bar'bate, Bi-iJ-Bt 
Bar'bated, Bi-B-B-Td 
BarTaeoue, B'-B-B-K, B'- 

B-B-Kd, Bl-fi-B-K-NG 
Barbed, B'-iJ-Bd 
Bar'bel, Bi-iJ-B-L (or -Bl) 
Bar'ber, Bri-Br 
Bar'berry, Bri-B-B 
Bar'bet, Bi-B-Bt 
Barbette', B^-iJ-Bt 
Bar'bican, Bi-iJ-B-Kn 
Bard, Bi-Ed 
Bard'ed, Bi-B-Dd 
Bard'io, Bi-B-D-K 
Bare,Bi-B, Bi-Bd, Bi-B 

NG 



31 

Bare'faced, Bi-B-Pst 
Bare'l'acedly, Bi - ij - !•»- 

T-L 
Bare'faceduess, B> - B - 

Fa- T-Na [or -Js-Ns] 
Bare'foot, B'-B-Ft 
Bare'footed, Bi -B-F-Td 
Barege', B^-B-ZH 
Bare'-headed, B* -B - H- 

Dd 
Bare'-legged, B'-K-i-G- 

D 
Bare'ly, B>-B1 
Bare'ness, B'-B-Na 
Bar'gain, Bi-B-Gn, Bi-B- 

Gnd. B>-B-Gn-N6 



Bar'gainer or Bar'gain- 

or, Bi-B-G-Nr 
Barge, Bi-B-J 
Barge' board, B'-B-J-B- 

Ed (or -Brd) 
Barge'-man, B'-B-J-Mn 
Barge'-maater, B' - B - J- 

Mstr 
Barilla, B^-B-i 
Bar'ltone, Bi-B-Tn 
Ba'rinm, B^-R-M 
Bark, Bi-B-K, B'-B-Kt, 

Bi-B-K-NG 
Bark'-bound, B' - B - K - 

Bnd 
Bark'er, B'-B-Kr 
Bark'y, Bi-B-K 
Bar'ley, Br'-Z 
Bar'ley-brako m Bar'- 

ley-break, Bri-£-Br-K 
Barleycorn, Br>-i-Km 
Barm-y, Bi-E-M 
Barn, Bi-Bn 
Bar'naole, Bi-B-N-Kl 
Barom'eter, Br'-Mtr 
Baromet'rio, Br^-Mtr-K 
Baromet'rioal, Brs-Mtp- 

Kl 
Ba'ron, Bi-Bn 
Bar'onage, B'-B-N-J 
Bar'oness, B'-Bn-S 
Bar'onet, Bi-B-Nt 
Bar'onetage, B'-B-Nt-J 
Bar'onetoy, Bi-B-Nt-S 
Baro'nial, BS-B-N-L 
Bar'ony, Bi-B-N 
Bar'oscope, Bi-Ba-K-P 
Baroscop'ic, B'-Bs-K-P- 

K 
Barosoop'ioal, B'-Bs-K- 

P-Kl 
Barouche', B'-B-SH 
Barque, Bi-B-K 
Bar'raoan, Bi-B-Kn 
Bar'raok, Bi-B-K 
Bar'racoon, B'-B-Kn 
Bar'rator, Bi-Btr 
Bar'ratrous, Bi-B-Tre 
Bar'ratry, B'-B-Tr 
Barred, B'-Ed 
Bar'rel, B'-Bl, B^-Bld, 

Bi-Hl-NG 
Bar'ren, B^-Bn 



BA8 

Bar'renly, B>-Bn-Z 
Bar'renneaa, B'-Bs-Ns 
Barricade', Bs-B-Kd, B'. 

B-K-Dd, BS-B-Kd-NG 
Barrioa'do, BS-B-K-D 
Bar'rier, B'-B-B 
Bar'ring-out, Bi-B-NG-T 
Bar'rister, B'-Bstr 
Bar'row, Bi-B 
Bar'-sbot, Bi-E-SHt 
Bar'ter, B'-Btr, Bi-B-Tid 

{or -Btrd), B>-Btr-NG 
Bar'terer, Bi-Btr-B 
Bar'tizan, Bi-B-Tz-N 
Bar'tram, Br^-Tr-M 
Bary'ta, B>-B-T 
Bary'tes, B'-B-Tz 
Baryt'ic, Bs-Bt-K 
Bar'ytone, B^-B-Tn 
Bary'tum, B'-B-T-M 
Ba'sal, BS--L 
Basalt', .Bi-B£t 
Basalt'ic, Bi-ai-T-K 
Bas-bleu, Bi-Bl 
Base, Bc2. Bats. Ba^-NG 
Baae'-ball, Bs^-B-L 
Base'-bom, Bs^-B-Bn 
Base'less, B^-sZa 

ise'-line, B^-eZn 
Base'ly, B'-ai 
Base'ment, B^-aMnt 
Base'minded, Ba-aUs 

Dd 
Base'ness, Bs'-Na 
Bas'enet, Bsi-Nt 
Base'-plate, Bs^-Plt' 
Base'-ring) B"-bB-NG 
Ba'ses, Bsz^i 
Base'-viol, Ba^-v-L 
Bashaw', B'-Sff 
Bash'ful-ly, Bi-SH-Fl 
Bash'fulness, B>-SH-FI- 

Ns [B1-SH:Fb] 
Ba'sio, B«-sK 
Ba'sify, Bs^-F 
Bas'il, Bzi-L, Bzi-Ld, Bz'- 

E-NG 
Bas'ilar, Bi-z£-E 
Bas'ilary, Bi-zi-B 
Basil'ic, BS-zL-K 
Basil'ica, B>-z£-E 
Basil'ical, B^-zX-El 
Basil'icon, BS-zi-Kn 
Bas'ilisk, Bi-z7/S-£ 
Ba'siu, Bs^'-N 
Ba'sis, Baa' 
Ba'sist, Bsa!-T 
Bask, B>-sE, B>-sEt, Bi- 

bE-NG 
Bas'ket, B'-sEt 
Ba'son, Ba^-N 
Basque, B'-bE 
Bas-relief, B'-Blf 
Bass, Ba> 
Bass (baae), Bs^ 
Bas'set or Basset', 

Ba'ors-T 
Bas'seting, Ba'-T-NG" 
Bas'so, B'-S 
Bas'so-rilievo, Bb>-bi-v 



BAS 

Bassoon', B "-N 
Bassoon'ist, Bs> Nst 
Bass' -relief, Bs'-fllf 
Basa'-viol, Bs^-V-L 
Bast, Bsti 
Bas'tard, Bs'-T-Kd 
Bas'tardize, Bsi-T-iS-Dz, 

Bs>-T.R-Dza, Bsi-T-ii- 

Dz-NG 
Bas'tardy, Bs'-t-h-d 
Baste. Bsta, Bss-Td, BstC)» 
Bastile', Bs'ors-T-L 
Bastinade', Be^-T-Nd 
Bastina'do, Bs^-T-N-D 
Bast'ing, BstO' 
Bas'tion, Bsi-CHii 
Bas'yle, Bs'-L 
Bat, Bti, Bi-Td, Bt(')' 
Batch, Bi-CH 
Bate, Bt2, B2-Td, BtO' 
Bateau', BS-T 
Bat'-fowling,Bti-F-L-NG 
Bath, B'-TH 
Bath'-briok, Bi-TH-Br-K 
Bathe, B2-DH, B^-DHd, 

BS-DH-NG 
Bath'er, B^-DHr 
Bath'ing-tub, B2 - DH - 

NG-T-B 
Ba'thos, B2-THa 
Baths, Bi-DIJz 
Bat'ing, Btf)» 
Bat'let, BP-Zt 
Baton', Bi-Tn 
Batoon', B'-Tn 
Batra'chia, B^-Tr-K 
Batra'chian, B^-Tr-Kn 
Bats'ter, Bt'-sTr. 
Bat's'-wing, Bt'-sW-NG 
Battal'ia, B'-T-im 
Battarion, B'-T-in 
Bat'tel, Bi-Tl 
Bat'teler, Bi-TI-B 
Bat'ten, Bi-Tn, B>-Tna, 

Bi-Tn-NG 
Bat'tening, B'-Tn-NO 
Bat'ter, Btr', Btrdi(or B'- 

Trd), Btr'-NG 
Bat'terer, Btr'-B 
Bat'tering-ram, Btr' - 

NG-r:m 
Bat'tery, BP-B 
Bat'ting, Btc)' 
Bat'tle, Bi-Tl, Bi-Tld, B>- 

Tl-NG 
Bat'tle-array, Bi-Tl-R 
Bat'tle-ax or Bat'tle- 

Bxe, B'-Tl-Ke 
Bat'tle-door, Bi-Tl-Dr 
Bat'tlement, Bi-Tl-Mnt 
Bat'tler, B'-Tl-E 
Bat'tue, B'-T 
Bau'ble, B'-Bl 
Bava'rian, B'-Y-Ba 
Bav'ln, B'-Vn 
Bawd, Bd' 
Bawd'ily, B'-D-i 
Bawd'iness, B'-D-Nb 
Bawd'ry, B'-Dr 
Bttwd'y, Bi-D 



23 

Bawd'y-house, Bi-D-Hs 
Bawl, B'-L, Bi-Ld, Bi-X-- 

NG 
Bawl'er, Bi-i-B 
Bay, B2, Bd^, B^-NG 
Bayadere', B3-D-B 
Bay'ard, B2-Ed 
Bay'berry, B^-B-K 
Bay'onet, B2-N-T, Bs-N- 

Td, B2-N-T-NG 
Bay'ou, BIoi 
Bay'-rum, B^-K-M 
Bay'-salt, B^-sZt 
Bay'-tree, B^-Tr 
Bay'-window, B^-Wn-D 
Bazaar' or Bazar', B>-zR 
Bdell'ium, D^-i-M 
Be, Ba, B3-NG 
Beach, Ba-CH, BS-CHt, B^- 

CH-NG 
Bea'oon, B^-Kn, Bs-Knd, 

B3-Kn-NG 
Bea'conage, B^-En-J 
Bead, Bd^, B^-Dd, Bd(')s 
Bead'ing, Bd(0' 
Bea'dle, Bs-Dl 
Bea'dleship, B»-DI:SH 
Bead'-roll, Bd^-Bl 
Beads'-man, Bd^-zMn 
Bea'gle, Bs-Gl 
Beak, Bs-E 
Beaked, Bs-Et 
Beak'er, Bs-Er 
Beam, B»-M, B'-Md, B'- 

M-NG 
Beam'-engine, Bs-M-N- 

Jn 
Beamless, B^-M-Zs 
Beam<y, B»-M 
Bean, Bn> 
Bear,B>-E,Bi-S-NG. See 

Bore. 
Bear'able, B'-K-Bl 
Bear'baiting, B>-fl-Bt(-) 
Bear'-berry, Bi-«-B-« 
Beard, Bs-Rd, B^-fi-Dd, 

Ba-ied-NG 
Beard'ed, B'-H-Dd 
Beard'less, Bn-Rd-Zs 
Bear'er, B'-Rr 
Bear'-garden, B'-K-Grd- 

N 
Bear'-herd, Bi-K-Hrd 
Bear'ing, B'-k-ng . 
Bear'ish, B'-B-SH 
BearV-foot, Bi-«z-Pt 
Bear'like, Bi-R-i-E 
Bear'-skin, B'-Rs-En 
Bear'-ward, B'-JJ-Wrd 
Beast, Bst8 

Beast'liness, Bs'-T-t-Ns 
Beast'ly, Bs'-T-L 
Beat, Bts, BtO" 
Beat'f n, B^-Tn 
Beat'er, Btr» 
Beatific, BS-Tf-K 
Beatifical, B3-Tf-E-L 
Beatif icaUy, B»-Tf-Ei 
Beatiilca'tion, Ba - Tf - 

Eshn 



BED 

Beat'ify, B>-T-F, B>-Tf-D, 
Bi-Tf-NG. See Beautify. 
Beat'ing,BtC)» 
Beat'itude, Bt'-Tud 
Beau, B^ 
Beau'ish, B^-SH 
Beau Monde, B»-Mna 
Beau'teous, BS-T-s 
Beau'teously, B»-T-S1 
Beau'teousnesB, B»-Tb- 

Ns 

Beau'tifier, Bt»-F-R 
Beau'tiful, Bts-Fl 
Beau'tifuUy, Bta-ril 
Beau'tifulness,Bt»-ri-Ns 

[Bt'iFB] 
Beau'tify, Bt'-F, Bta-Fd, 

Bt3-F-NG. See Beatify. 
Beau'tilesB, Ba-T-is 
Beau'ty, Ba-T 
Beau'ty-spot, Ba-T-sPt 
Beaux-esprits, Bs-zS-Pre 
Bea'ver, Ba-Vr 
Beoafl'co, B»-E-F-E 
Becalm', B'-E-M, Bi-K- 

Md, Bi-E-Ji-NG 
Became', B^-E-M. See 

Become. 
Because', Bi-Ez [Ez>] 
Bechance', B^-CHns 
Beoharm', Bi-CHr-M 
Beck, B2-E 
Beck'on, B^-En, B^-Knd, 

B2-En-NG 
Becloud', Bi-Eld, B>-E1- 

Dd, Bi-Eld-NG 
Become', B8-K-M [B2-E1 

See Became. 
Becom'ing, B^-E-M-NG 

tB2-EC)l 
Beoom'lngly, B^-E-M- 

NGl 
Becom'ingness, B^-E-M- 

NG-Ns 
Bed, BdS, B8-Da, BdC)' 
fedab'ble, B'-D-Bl, BJ- 

D-Bld, B>-D-B1-NG 

Bedag'gle, B'-D-Gl 
Bedash', Bi-D-Sff, Bi-D- 

SHt. Bi D-SH-NG 
Bedaub', B'-D-B, Bi-D- 

Bd, B»-D-B-NG 
Bedazzle, Bi-D-Zl. Bi-D- 

Zld. Bi-D-Zl-NG • 
Bed'-bug, Bd2tB-G ' 
Bed'-chamber, Bd^-CH- 

M-Br [or -CH-Br] 
Bed'clothes, Bd'-El-DHz 
Bed'ding, BdO* 
Bedeck', B^-D-E, B^-D- 

Et. B2-D E-NG 
Bedev'il, Bs-D-Vl 
Bedew', BS-D, B'-Dd, B'- 

D-NG 
Bed'fellow, Bds-F-i 
Bedight',B>-Dt 
Bedim', BS-D-M, B'-D- 

Md, B3-D-M-NG 
Bedi'zen " or Bediz'en, 

Bior»-DzN 



BED 

Bedlam, Bd^-i-M 
Bed'lamite, Bri!-L-Mt 
Bed'oum,Ba«-Wn 
Bed'-plate, Bds-Plt 
Bed'-ctuilt, Bda-Kw-Lt 
Bedrag'gle, Bi-Dr-Gl, Bi- 

Dr-Gia, Bi-Dr-Gl-NG 
Bedrenoh', B2-Dr-N-CH, 

B=-Dr-N-CHt, B^-Dr-N- 

CH-NG 
Bed'rid, Bd^-if-D 
Bed'ridden, Bdz-B-Dn 
Bed'room, Bd^-R-M 
Bedrop', Bi-Dr-P 
Bed'side, Bd^-sD 
Bed'Btead, Bd'-sTd 
Bed'-tiok, Bd^-T-K 
Bed'-time, BdS-T-M 
Beduek', B^-D-K 
Bedung', B=-D-NG 
Bednst', B^-Dst 
Bedwarf , Bi-Dw-iSf 
Bedye', Bi-D 
Bee, B3 

Bee'-bread, B'-Brd 
Beeoh, Ba-CH 
Beech'en, B'-CHn 
Beech-Mast, Bs-CE-Mst 
Bee'-eater, B'-Tr 
Beef, Bf 

Beef -eater, Bs-F-Tr 
Beefsteak, Ba-Fs-T-K 
Bee'-glue, BS-Gl 
Bee'-hive, Ba-hiV 
Bee'-line, BS-in 
Bee'-moth, B^-M-TH 
Been, Bn^, and after Have. 

Yet and tjie pronouns 

We, You, They, He and 

Bhe, by the n-hook; thug, 
Have been, Vn^ 
Have been there, — 

Yndhr' 
We been, Wn' 
You been, Yn3 
How long have you 
been there, Hi-NG- 
V-Yndhr 
How long had he 
been there, ff-NG- 
D-Hndhr 
Beer, Bi-B 
Beer'y, B»-iJ 
Bees'-ftirax, BS-zW-Ks 
Beet, Bt" 
Bee'tle, B'-Tl 
Bee'tle-browed, B3 - Tl • 

Brd 
Bee'tle-headed, B^-Tl- 

H-Dd 
Bee'tling, BS-Tl-NG 
Beeves, Bs-Vz 
Befall', Bi-F-L, Bi-FL- 

NG 
Befall'en, B'-F-Ln 
Befell', B2-F-L 
Befit', BS-Ft 
Beflt'ting, B^-Ft-NG 
Befog', Bi-F-G, B'-F-G-l), 



23 

Befool', BS-F-Ii, BS-F-Ld,' 

B3-F-L-NG 
Before', Bf2-B [BfS] See 

Above. 
Before'haud, BP-E-Hnd 

[BP-Hnd] 
Befoul', Bi-F-L 
Befriend', Bs-Frnd, B^- 

Fr-N-Dd, B2-Fmd-NG 
Befringe', B^-Fr-N-J 
Beg, B2-G, B2-Gd, B^-G- 

NG 
Began', B'-Gn [Gn': 
Begat', Bi-Gt 
Beget', B2-Gt, B2-Gt-NG 
Beget'ter, Bs-Gtr 
Beg'gar, B^-Gr, Ba-Grd, 

B2-Gr-NG 
Beg'garliness, B^-Gr-i- 

Ns 
Beg'garly, B^-Gr-i 
Beg'gary, Bz-Gr 
Begild', B3-G-Ld 
Begin', Ba-Gn [GnS] 
Begin'ner, B^-G-Nr 
Begin'niug, BS-Gn-NG 

[GnC)8] 
Begird', B^-Grd, B^-Gr- 

Dd, B2-Grd-NG 
Begnaw', B'-Na 
Begone', E'-Gn 
Begot', B'-Gt 
Begot'ten, Bi-G-Tn 
Begrease', B^-Grs {or z) 
Begrime', Bi-Gr-M, Bi- 

Gr-Md, Bi-Gr-M-NG 
Begrudge', B^-Gr-J, BS- 

Gr-Jd, B2-Gr-J-NG 
Beguile', B'-G-L, B^-G- 

Ld, Bl-G-L-NG 
Beguile'ment, Bi - G - L- 

Mnt 
Beguil'er, Bi-G-ir 
Begun', B2-Gn [GnZ] 
Behalf, Bi-haF 
Behave', Bs - haV, Bs - 

haVd, B2-haV-NG 
Behav'ior, B2-haVr 
Behead', B2-Hd, B^-H-Dd. 

B2-HdC) 
Beheld', B2-ma. See Be- 
hold. 
Be'he.moth, B»-H-M-TH 
Behest', B2-Hst 
Behind', B'-Hnd 
Behind'hand, B' - Hnd- 

Hnd 
Behold', Bz-Hold, B^- 

HldC). See Beheld. 
Behold'en, B^-Hl-Dn 
Behold'er, Bz-Hldr 
Behold'ing, Bz-Hldc) 
Behoof, B3-hoF 
BehooT'able, Bs-hoV-Bl 
Behoo ve' or 3eliove',B8- 

hoV 
Be'ing, BS-NG 
Bela'bor, B2-£-Br 
Belate', Bz-it, BS-i-Td, 



BEN 

Belay', BZ-i, EZ-id, EZ-£. 

NG 
Belay^g-pin, Ez-i-NG- 

Pn 
Belch, BZ-£-CH, B2-i- 

CHt, BZ-i-CH-NG 
Bel'dam or Bel'dame, 

BZ-i-D-M 
Belea'guer, BZ-i-Gr, B'- 

i-Grd, B3-i-Gr-NG 
Belem'nite, Bz-i-M-N-T 
Bel-esprit', Bz-is-Pri 
Bel'fry, Bz-L-Fr 
Belie', Bi-i, Bi-id, Bi-£- 

NG 
Belief, Elf [Bizj 
Believable, Blvs - B - L 

rBls-Bl] 
Believe', Blvs, • Blvds. 

Blv3-NG [B18, Bld», BlCJ» 
Believ'er, Bia-Vr 
Belike', Ei-i-K 
Belit'tle, B^-it-i 
Bell, Bz-L 

Belladon'na, Bi-i-D-N 
Belle, BZ-L 

Belles-let'tres, Ez-i-itr 
Bell'-fashioned, Bz-i- 

Fshnd 
Bell'-flower, BZ-z-Fl-K 
Bell'-founder,B=-i-Fndr 
BeU'-foundery or Bell'- 

foundry, BZ-i-Fnd-S 
Bel'lioose, BZ-i-Ks 
Bellig'erent, Bs-i-Jrnt 
Bellip'otent, BZ-i-P-Tnt 
Bell'man, BZ-L-Mn 
Bell'-metal, Ez-L-Mt-i 
Bello'na, BZ-£-N 
Bel'low, Ez-i 
Bel'lows, Bz-Zs 
Bel'lovirs-fish, BZ-is-F- 

SH 
Bell'-ringer, Ez-i-K-NGr 
Bell'-shaped,Bz-L;Sff-Pt 
Bel'luine, BZ-Z-N 
Bell'-wether, BZ-L-Wdhr 
Bel'ly, Bz-i 
Bel'ly-band, BZ-Z-Bnd 
Belong', Bl'-NG, Bli-NG- 

D, Eli-NG-NG [BU, Bldi, 

Bl(-)1] 
Belong'ing, Eli-NG-NG 

[BIC)'] 
Belov-ed, EZ-z-Vd 
Belovir', BZ-£ 
Belt, Bz-Lt, BZ-Z-Td, BS- 

Zt-NG 
Belt'ing, EZ-Zt-NG 
Belu'ga, Bz-Z-G 
Belvedere', B^-Z-V-Dr 
Bemaze', BZ-Mz 
Bemire', B'-M-E 
Bemoan', Bz - Mn, Ez 

Mnd, EZ-Mn-NG 
Bemock', Bi-M-K 
Bemoist'en, B'-Ms-K 
Ben, Bnz 
Bench, B2-N-CH 



BEN 

Bench'-mark, B»-N-CH- 

M-£-£ 
Benoh'-warrant, B^-H- 

CH-Wrnt 
Bend, Bnd», Bn^-Dd, 

Bada-NG 
Bend'able, BndS-B (-L) 
Bend'er, Bndr^ 
Beneath', Bs-N-TH 
Ben'edick, b^-n-d-k 
Ben'edict, B^-N-D-Kt 
Benediot'ine, B^-N-D-K- 

Tu 
Benedic'tion, B'-N-D- 

Kshn 
Benefao'tion, Bn> - F - 

Kshn 
Benefac'tor, Bn>-F-Etr 
Benefac'tress, Bn'-F-E- 

Trs 
Ben'efice, Bn^-F's 
Ben'ofloed, Bn'-Fet 
Beneficence, Bn»-Fs-Ns 
Beneficent, Bn^Fs^Nt 
Beneficently, Bu'^ - Fb- 

Nt-L 
Benefl'oial, Bns-F-Sm 
Benefl'cially, Bna-F-SHl 
Benefl'ciary,Bna-F-5ff-fl 
Ben'eflt, Bns-Ft, Bn^-F- 

Td, Bns-Ft-NG 
Beneplac'ito, B'-N-Pls-T 
Benev'olence,Bn2-V-i,ns 
Benev'olent, Bns-V-int 
Benev'olently, Bn^ - V - 

int-i 
Bengal', Bi-S-Gl 
Bengal'ee, Bi-N-a-£ 
Benight', Bi-N-T 
Benight'ed, Bi-N-Td 
Benign', Bi-Nn 
Benig'nant, B'-N-G-Nnt 
Benig'nantly, B>-N-G- 

Nnt-i 
Benig'nity, Ba-N-GN-T 
Benign'ly, Bi-Nn-£ 
Ben'ison, B^-N-zN 
Ben-nut, B5-N-T 
Ben'Bhee, Bn^-SH 
Bent, But: 
Benumb', B2-N-M, B»-N- 

Md, B2-N-M-NG 
Ben'zine, Bu^-Zn 
Benzo'ic, Bn^-Z-K 
Benzoin', Bni-Zn 
Ben'zole, B^-N-zoL 
Ben'zoline, Bn^-Z-in 
Ben'zoyl, BS-N-zoiL 
Ben'zule, B^-S-zuL 
Beplas'ter, B'-Plst-B 
Bepow'der, B'-P-Dr 
Bepraiae', B^-Prz 
Bequeath', B»-Kw-DH, 

B3-Kw-DHd, B3-KW-DH- 

NG 
Bequeath'er, Bs-Kw-DHr 
Bequest', B^-Ewst 
Berate', BS-Bt, B«-K-Td, 

B2-Bt-NG 
Ber'berry, B'-£-B-B 



34 



BET 



BS-Bv, B'-Bvi, Besprinkle, B»-sPr-KG- 

Kl. B3-sPr-NG-Kld, B»- 

ePr-NG-Kl-NG 
Besput'ter, Bs^-Ptr 
Best, Bst' 
Bestain', Bs~Tn 
Bestead', Bs^-Td 
Bes'tial, Bs=-CH-L 
Bestial'ity, Bs'-CH-Z-T 
Bes'tialize, Bs'^i-CH-iz, 

Bs^-CH-Xzd, Bs»-CH-iz- 

MG 
Bes'tially, Bs^-CH-Z. 
Bestick', Bs»-T-K, Bs^-T- 

E-NG. See Batuck, 
Bestir', Bs^-T-B, BsS-T- 

Bd, Bs'-T-SHa 
Bestow'. B6»-T, Bs2-Td, 

Bs2-T-NG 
Bestow'age, Bs>-T-J 
Bestow'al, Bb»-T-L 
Bestow'er, Bs'-T-B 
Bestow'ment, BB«-T-Mnt 
Sestrad'^e, Bi-sTr-Dl 
Bestraught', B'-sTrt 
Bestrew', B3-8Tr.B»-sTrd, 

B3.sTr-NG. See Batroum. 
Bestrid', Ba-sTrd 
Bestrid'den, Bs-sTr-Dn 
Bestride', B'-sTrd, B'- 

sTi-d-NG 
Bestrode', B^-sTrd 
Bestrewn', B^-sTm 
Bestuck', Bs^-T-E 
Bestud', Bs2-Td 
Bet, Bts, Bz-Td, BtC)s 
Betake', B'-T-E, B^-T-K- 

NG 
Betak'en, B^-T-En 
Beteem', BS-T-M 
Be'tel, Bs-Tl 
Be'tel-nut, BS-Tl-N-T 
Beth'el, B^-THl 
Bethink', BS-TH-NG-K, 

B3.TH-NG-K-NG£B»-TH, 



Bereave' 

B»-iev(-) 
Bereave'ment, B' - Rv 

Mnt 
Bereav'er, B'-Bv-ie 
Bereft', Bz-Bft 
Berg, B2-«-G 
Ber'gamot, Br^-G-Mt 
Ber'gander, Br^-Gudr 
Berg'master, Br^-G-Mstr 
Berg'meal, Br^-fJ-M-L 
Bethyme', Bi-R-M 
Ber'lin, Br^-Zn 
Ber'nardlne, Br^-Nr-Dn 
Ber'oe, B^-B 
Ber'ried, B^-B-D 
Ber'ry, B^-B 
Berth, B^i-B-TH. See 

Breath, 
Ber'tram, Br^-Tr-M 
Ber'yl, B^-Bl 
Ber'ylline, B'-Bln 
Bescrib'ble, Bs»-Er-Bl 
Beseech', Bs^-CH, Bs'- 

CH-MG 
Beseech'er, B^-sCHr 
Beseech'ingly, Bs'-CH- 

NGl 
Beseem', B^-sM 
Beset', Bs2-T, Bs»-T-NG 
Beset'meut, Bsa-T-Mnt 
Beset'ting, Bs'-X-NG 
Beshrew', B^-SHr 
Beside', Bs'-D 
Besides', Bsi-Dz 
Besiege', Bs^-J, Bs'-Jd, 
_Bs;'-J-NG 
Besieg'er, B^-sJr 
Beslab'ber, B'-st-Br 
Beslav'er, Bi-sL-Vr 
Beslime', Bi-si-M 
Beslob'ber, Bi-si-Br 
Beslub'ber, B^-si-Br 
Besmear', B»-bM-B, B^- 

sM-Kd, BS-bM-B-NG 
Besmoke', B^-sltl-K 
Besmut', B^-sMt 
Besuufl', Bs2-N-F 
Be'som, B"-zM 
Besort', B>-sBt 
Besot', Bs"-T 
Besot'ted, Bs'-Td 
Besot'tedly, Bs'-Td-ii 
Besot'tedness, Bs>-Id-NB 
Besought', Bs' T 



B3-TH(-)] 
Bethought', Bi-THt 
Betid', Bs-Td 
Betide', B'-Td, Bi-T-Dd, 

B'-Td(') 
Betime', Bi-T-M 
Betimes', B^-T-Mz 
Beto'ken, B^-T-En, B«-T- 

Kiid. B2,T-Kn-NG 
Bet'ony, B2-T-N 



Bespan gle, Bs'-P-NG-Gl Betook', B»-T-K 

Cor-HGl] Betray', B^Tr, 

Bespatter, Ba'-Ptr, Bb". B^-Tr-KG 

Ptid, Bsi-Ptr-KG Betray'al, B«-Tr-L 

Bespeak', Bs3-P(-K), Bs'- Betray'er, BS-Tr-E 

p.K-HG lar -PC)] Betroth', fii-Tr-TH 

Bespeak'er, Bs»-P-Kr Hot'-^th'-i ■bi.ts.i 
Bespew', Bs"-P 
Bespit', Bs'-Pt, Bs»-PtC) 
Bespit'ten, Bb3-P-Tu 
Bespoke', Bsii-P(-E) 
Bespok'en, Bs^-P-En 
Bespot', BB>-Pt 
Bespread', B^-sPr-D, BS- 

ePr-D-KG. See Spread. 



B2-Trd, 



Betroth'al, Bi-Tf-THl 
Betroth'ment, Bi - Tr - 

TH-Mnt 
Betrust', BS-Trst 
Betrust'ment, B^ - Tr - 

sMut 
Bet'ter, Btra, Btrda, Btr>- 

NG 
Bet'terment, B'-Tr-Mnt 



BET 

Bet'tor, Btr« 
Bet'ty, B2-T 
Between', B»-Twn CTn'] 
Between'-decks, B' - 

Twn-D-Ks [Tn=-D-Ks] 
Betwixt', Bs-Tw-Kst 
BeT'el, Bii-Vl, B2-Via, W- 

VI -NO- 
Bev'erage, B^-Vr-J 
Bev'y, b5-v 
Bewail', B2-W1, B^-Wld, 

Bs-Wl-NG 
Beware', B'-Wr 
Bewil'der, BS-Wldr, B'- 

Wl-Drd, BS-Wldr-NG 
Bewil'derment, Bs - 

Wldr-Mnt 
BeWitoh', BS-wCH, B»- 

wCHt, Bs-wCHNG 
Bewitoli'er, B'-W-CHr 
Bewitch'ery, B'-wCiH-i! 
Bewltofingly, B»-wCH: 

NGl 
Bewitcb'ingness, B'- 

wOH-NG-Ns 
Bewitcli'ment, B>-wCH- 

Mnt 
Bewray', B'-B, B'-B-H, 

B»:it-SQ 
Bey, Bas 

Beyond', Bi-Ynd [li] 
Bez'el, B2-Z1 
Be'zoar, B^-^B 
Bi'as, Bi-Si, Bi-S-T, Bi-S- 

NG 
Biax'al or Biax'ial, E'- 

Es-L 
Bib, Bs-B 

Biba'cious, B^-B-SHs 
Biba'slc, B^-B-sK 
Blb'ber, B'-Br 
BITsle, Bi-Bl 
Bib'lioal, B^-Bl-Kl 
Bibliog'raplier, Bi - Bl - 

Gr-Fr 
Bibliograpb'lc, Bi-Bl- 

Grf-K 
Bibliograph'ioal-ly, Bi- 

Bl-GPrF-Kl 
Bibliog'raphy, Bi-Bl-Gr- 

V 
Bibliol'atry, B'-Bl-i-Tr 
BibTiomancy, B* - Bl - 

Mn-S 
Biblioma'nia,B!'-Bl-M-N 
Biblioma'niac, B^-Bl-M- 

N-K 
Bibliomani'aoal, B'-Bl- 

M-N-Kl 
Bibliophile, B'-Bl-F-L 
Bibliopho'bia,B2-Bl-F-B 
Bib'liopole, B3-B1-P1 
Bibliop'olist, Bi-Bl-Plst 
Bibliothe'oal, Bs - Bl 

TH-Kl 
Bibliotheke, Bi-Bl-TH- 

K 
BibTist, B3-Blst 
Bib'ulous, B3-B-is 
Bioap'sular, Bi-K-i>-si-fi 
3 



25 

BlcarTjonate, B'-Kr-B- 

N-T 
Bice, Bsi 

Biceph'alous, Bs^-r-is 
Bichro'mate, B^^-Er-Mt 
Bioip'ital, Bs» P-Tl 
Bieip'itous, Bs»-P-Ts 
Bick'er, fis-Kr, B»-Krd, 

B3-Kr-NG ■ 
Bick'erer, B'-Kr-R 
Biool'or, B2-K-£r 
Bicol'ored, Bs-K-ird 
Bi'corn, Bi-Km 
Bi'oorned, Bi-Kmd 
Bieor'nous, Bi-Kr-Ns 
Bicor'poral, B'-Kr-Pr-L 
Bieor'porate, B'-Kr-Prt 
Bicru'ral, Ba-Kr-iJl 
Bious'pid, B2-Ks-Pd 
Bicus'pidate, B2-K6-P-Dt 
Bid, Bds, Bd(')» 
Bid'den, B'-Dn 
Bid'der, Bs-Dr 
Bld'dery-ware, B'-D-B- 

Wr 
Bid'dy, Bs-D 
Bide, Bdi 

Bident'al, B^-Dnt-L 
Biden'tate, B^-Dn-Tt 
Bidet', B=-Dt lor -D) 
Bien'nial, B^-N-L 
Bien'nialiy, B^-N-Z 
Bier, Bs-K 

Bieat'ings, Bs^-T-NGz 
Bifa'oial, B=-F-SH1 
Bifa'rioua, B^-F-Bs 
Bifa'riously, B^-r-B-sL 
Bif erous, Bf -Bs 
Blf'fln, B»-Fn 
Bi'fld, Bi-Fd 
Bil'idate, Bs-F-Dt 
Biflda'ted, B^-F-D-Td 
Bif ilar, B3-F-i-R 
Biflo'rate, B^-Fl-Bt 
Biflo'rous, B!-Fl-Bs 
Bi'fold, Bi-P-Ld 
Bifo'liate, B2-r-£t 
Bifo'liolate, BS-F-£-£t 
Bifo'rate, B^-F-Bt 
Bi'form, Bi-F (-K-M) 
Bi'formed, Bi-F-R-Md 

[or -Fd] 
Biform'ity, Bi-F-R-M-T 

lor -F-T] 
Bifront'ed, B^-Fr-N-Td 
Bifur'oate, B2-F-B-Kt 
Bifur'cated,B2-F-B-K-Ta 
Bifurca'tiou, Ba - F - R - 

Esbn 
Bifur'oous, BS-F-R-Ks 
Big, BS-G, B3-Gr, Ba-Gst 
Big'amist, B^-G-Mst 
Big'amy, Bs-G-M 
Bigem'inate, B^-J-M-N- 

T 
Big'gin, B'-Gn 
Bight, Bti 
Big'ness, B'-G-Ns 
Big'ot, BS-Gt 
Big'oted,B3-G-Td 



BIN 

Big'otedly, Bs-G-Td-Z. 
Big'otry, BS-G-Tr 
Big'-wig, BS-G-W-G 
Bijou', B3-ZH 
Bijoux', B3-ZH 
Bijou'try, BS-ZH-Tr 
Biju'gate, Bs-J-Gt 
Bij'ugous or Biju'gous, 

B^-J-Gs 
Bila'biate, B^-i-B-T 
Bilam'elate,.B>-i-M-rt 
Bilam'elated, Bi-£-M-£- 

Td 
Bilaferal, B':z.tr-L 
Bilat'erally, B'-itr-i 
Bil'berry, BS-£-B-B 
Bil'bo, Bs-i-B 
Bile, B>-L 
Bilge, B'-L-J, B'-X-Jd, 

BS-i-J-NG 
Bilge'-water, BS-i-J-Wtr 
Bilg'y, B'-i-J 
Bil'iaKy, B»-i-B 
Bilin'gual, BS-i-NG-Gw- 

L [or -Gl: 
Bilin'guar, B'-Z-NG-Gw- 

B lor -Gr] 
Bilin'guous, BS-Z-NG- 

Gws lor -Gs] 
Bil'ious, BS-Zs 
Bilit'eral, B^-Ztr-L 
Bilk, B'-Z-K, BS-Z-K-T, 

B3-Z-K-NG 
Bill,B8-L. Oooasionally 

in pbrases, by Bl; asiu 

the following: 
Bank bill, Bl-NG-E-Bl 
Dollar bill, Di-Z-R-Bl 
Due bill, DS-Bl 
Play bill, Pl^-Bl 
True bill, Tr'-BI 
Bill'-book, BS-Z-B-K 
Bill'-broker, B'-Z-Br-Kr 
Bil'let, B3-zt, B'-Z-Td, 

B3-Zt-NG 
Billet-doux', B^-Z-Do 
Bill'-hook, B3-L-H-K 
Bill'iard, B^-Z-Bd 
Bill'iards, B3-Z-Bdz 
Bill'ing, B3-L-NG 
Billingsgate, Ba-L-NGz- 

Gt 
Bill'ion, B3-Zn 
Bill'man, BS-L-Mn 
Bil'low, B'-L 
Bil'lowy, Bs-Zol 
BiU'-stioker, BS-Zs-T-Kr 
Bil'ly, B3-Z 
Bilo'bate, B^-Z-Bt 
Bi'lobed, B'-Z-Bd 
Blloc'ular, B'-Z-El-B 
Bima'nus, BS-M-Ns 
Bime'dial, B»-M-D1 
Bimen'sal, B^-M-Ns-L 
Bimea'trial, B^-Ms-Tr-L 
Bimonth'ly, BS-M-N-TH- 

Z 
Bin, Bns 
Bin'aole, B^-N-El 
Bi'nary, B'-Nr 



BIN 

Bi'nate, B'-N-T 
Bind, Bndi, Bnd'-NG 
Bind'er, Bndr^ 
Eind'ery, BBfli-S 
Bind'ine, Bndi-NG 
Bind'-weed, Bnfli-'Wd 
Bin'nacle, B^N-Kl 
Bin'oole, ES-N-Kl 
Binoo'ular, Bi-N-Kl-E 
Binoo'ulate, Bi-N-K-it 
Bino'mial, B"-N-M1 
Einom'mal, Bi-N-M-Nl 
Binom'inouB, Bi-N-M-Ns 
Biog'rapber, B'-Gr-Fr 
Biograph'ic, Bi-Grf-K 
Biograpli'ieal-ly, Bi-Gr- 

F-Kl 
Biog'rapliy, B'-Gr-F 
Biolog'ioal, Bi-i-J-Kl 
Biol'ogy, Bi-L-J 
Bipa'rous or BipforouB, 

B2or3-P-«3 
Bipar'tible, Bi-Prf-Bl 
Bipar'tile, B'-Prt-L 
Bipar'tite or Bip'aitite, 

BiorS-Pr-Tt 
Biparti'tion, Bs-Pr-Tshn 
Bi'ped, Bi-Pd 
Bipe'dal, B»-P-D1 
Bipen'nate, B^-P-N-T 
Bipen'uated, B^-P-N-Td 
Bipet'alous, B^-Pt-is 
Bipin'nate, B^-P-N-T 
Bipin'nated, B^-p-N-Td 
Bipinnat'ifid, B'-P-N-Tf- 

Bipli'oate,Bi-Pl-K6 
Bi'pont, Bi-Pnt 
Bipont'ine, Bi-Pn-Tn 
Biquad'rate, Bi-Kw-Drt 
Biciuadrat'io, Bi-Ew-Drt- 

K 
Bira'diate, B'-B-Dt 
. Bira'diated, B«-iS-D-Td 
Bircli, Bii-B-CH 
Biroh'en, B2-JB-CHn 
Bird, B2-Kd or Brds 
Bird'-oage, Brds-K- J 
Bird'-oan, Brd^-Kl 
Bird'-catcber, Brd2-K- 

CHr 
Bird'-fanoier, Brda-F- 

Ns-B 
Bird'-lime, Brd^-i-M 
Bird-of-par'adiae, Brd^i 

pi-B-Dz 
Bird's'-eye, Brdz2-i 
Bird's'-nest, BrdzS-Nst 
Bir'gaiider, Brs-Gndr 
Bi'reme, Bi-B-M 
Birth, B" - B - TH. See 

Breath, 
Birth'day, B^-B-TH-D 
Birth'-maik, S'-B- TH- 

Mr-K 
Birth'plaoe,Ba-B-TH-Pls 
Birth'right, B^-iJ-TH-Bt 
Bis'cuit, B''-BKt 
Bisect', Bs-sKt, B»-sK-Td 

JBS.BJSt-NG 



36 

Biseo'tion, B^-sKsIm 
Biseg'meut, B^-BG-Mnt 
Bis^'ual, B2-sKs-Ii 
Bish'op, B8-SH-P 
Bish'oprio, Bs-SH-P-S-K 

[B3-SH-KJ 
Bis'muth, B^-zM-TH 
Bis'muthal, Ba-zM-TH-L 
Bismuth'ic, B2-zM-TH-K 
Bi'son, BI-bN 
Bissez'tile, B2-sKs-T-L 
Bis'ter, Bstr^ 
Bis'tort, Bs3-T-Et 
Bis'toury, Bs^-T-a 
Bis'tre, Bstrs 
Bisul'cate, B'-sX-K-T 
Bisul'oous, B^-bL-Ks 
Bisul'phate, B^-si-Ft 
Bisul'phuret, B^-si-F-Bi 
Bit, Bts, B'-Td, Bt 
Bit, Bts. gee BiU. 
Bitoh, BS-CH 
Bite, Bt>, Btc}i. See Bit. 
Bit'er, Btr' 
Bit'ing, Bt 
Bit'ingly, BP-NGl 
Bitt, Bta 

Bit'tacle, B'-T-Kl 
Bit'ten, B'-Tn 
Bit'ter, Btr^ 
Bit'teriah, Bti«-SH 
Bit'teristiness, BtrS-SH- 

Hs 
Bit'terly, B»-Tr-£ 
Bit'tem, Bts-Bn 
Bit'temess, Bti*-Ks 
Bit'ters, Btrzs 
Bit'ter-spar, BS-Tr-sP-R . 
Bit'ter-Bweet, B'-Tr-aWt 
Bltts, Bts: 
Bitmned', B'-T-Md 
Bitu'men, Bs-T-Mn 
Bitvi'minate, B'-T-M-N- 

T, BS-T-M-N-Td, B'-T- 

M-N-T-NG 
Bitu'minize, B'-T-M-Wz, 

B3-T-M-Nzd, BS-T-M-Nz- 

NG 
Bitu'miuous, B'-T-M-Ns 
Bi'valve, Bi-Vl-T 
Bi'valved, Bi-Vl-Vd 
Bivalv'ous, Bi-Vl-Vs 
BivalT'ular, Bi-Vl-V-ir 
Bi'ventral, Bvi-Ntr-L 
Biv'ious or Bi'vious, B' 

or'-Vs 
BiT'ouap, Bv8-W-K, Bv'- 

W-Kt, Bya-W-K-NG 
Bi'-weekly, B»-W-K1 
Bizzarre', B>-zK 
Blab, Bli-B, Bli-B-D, BIL 

B-NG 
Blab'ber, Bl'-Br 
Black, Bl"-K, Bli-Kt, BU- 

K-NG 
Black'amoor, BU-K-Mr 
Blaok'-art, BU-K-Bfc 
Blaok'ball, Bli-K-B-L, 

BU-K-B-Ld, Bli-K-B-L- 

NG 



BLA 

Black'berry, Bli-K-B-a 
BlaokOjird, Bli-K-Brd 
Black'board, BU-K-Brd 
Black'-book, BU-K-B-K 
Black'en, Bl'-Kn. Bll. 

End, Bli-Kn-NG 
Black'eyed, Bli-K-I-D 
Blaok'flab, Bl'-K-F-Sff 
Blaok'-flux, Bli-K-Fl-K? 
Black'-friar, Bli-K-Fr-B 
Blaok'-Friday, BU-K, 

Fr-D 
Blaok'-grasa, Bl'-K-Grs 
Blaok'guard, BU - Grd, 
Bli-Gr-Dd, Bli-Grd-NG 
Black'gutodiam, BV . 

Grd-zM 
Blaok'ing, B1»-K-NG 
Black'ish, Bl'-K-SH 
Black'-jack, BU-K-J-K 
Black-lead', Bl'-K-i-D 
Blackleg, Bl»-K-i-G 
Black'-letter, Bl>-K-£tr 
Blackly, Bl>-K-i 
Blaok'-mail, Bl'-K-Ml 
Black'-martin, Bli-K-M- 
^fl-Tn 
Black'-Monday, Bl^-K- 

M-N-D ^ 

Black'ness, Bli^TTs 
Black'-pudding, Bli-K- 

P-D-NG 
Blaok'-rod, Bli-K-K-D 
Black'ruBt, Bl'-K-fist 
Blaok'smith, Bli-K-sM- 

TH 
Black'-snake, Bl'-Ks-N- 

K 
Black'-Btrap,Bl>-K-BTr-P 
Blaok'tail, Bli-K-T-L 
Black'thom, Bl'-K-TH- 

Bn 
Blaok'-vomit, Bli-K-V^ 

Mt 
Black'- walnut, Bl'-K- 

Wl-Nt 
Blad'der, BU-Dr 
Blade, Bld^ 
Blade'-bone, Bld^iBn 
Blad'ed, Bis-Dd 
Blain, Blna 

Blam'able-y. Bis-M-Bl 
Blam'ablenesB, Bl^-M- 

Bl-Ns [tBs] 
Blame, Bl'-M, Bl^-Md, 

B12-M-NG 
Blame'ftil, Bia-M-Fl 
Blame'leas, m'-M-Ls 
Blameleasly, Bl'-M-Xs- 

L 
Blame'lessness, Bia - JI- 

is - Ns tor -.Lb] 
Blam'er, Bli-Mr 
Blame'-vtrorthiness, Bl<- 

M-Wr-DH-Ns 
Blame'wortliy, Bis-M- 

Wr-DH 
Blanc'ard, Bli-NG-Krd 
Blanch, Blni-CH, Bin'- 
OHt. Blnl-CH-NG 



BLA 

Blafioh'er, Bl'-N-CHr 
Blanc-mange', Bl'-Mn, 

ZH 
Bland, Bind' 
Blandirbquence, Bln^- 

D-i-Kwns 
Bland'isli, Blndi - SH, 

Blnd'-SHt, Blndi-SH-NG 
Bland'isher, Blndi-SH-K 
Bland'ishment, Bind* - 

SH-Mnt 
Bland'ness, Blnd'-Ks 
Blank, Blni-E 
Blank'et, Blni-Kt, Blni- 

K-Td, Bln>-Kt-Na 
Blank'eting, Blni-Kt-NG 
Blank'ly, Blni-K-£ 
Blank'neas, Blu>-E-Ks 
Blare, Bl^-B 
Blar'ney, BU-H-N 
Blaspheme', Blsa-P -M, 

Blss-P-Md, BlsS-F-M-NG 
Blasphem'er, Bls^-F-Mr 
Blas'phemous, Bls'-I"- 

Ms 
Blas'phemoualy, Bls^-F- 

Ms-X. 
Blas'phemy, Blsi-f-M 
Blast, BlsW, Blsi-M, 
Blast'ed, Bls'-Td 
Blast'eriBlstri 
Blast'ing, BlstC)'. See 
, Plastering, 

Blast'-pipe, Blst>!P»-P 
ijor BlB'-P-P) 
Bia'tant, Bl«-Tnt 
Elat'ter, Bltri 
Blaze, Blz^ Blzdii, Ba^ 

Blaz'er,.Bi:-Zr 
Blaz'ing-star, BlzS-NGs- 

T-B (or -NGstr) 
Bla'zon, Blzs-N, Blz^KO, 

Blz2-N-Na 
Bla'zoner, BIz'-N-B 
Bla'zonry, BIz'-N-B 
Blea'berry, Bis-B-K' 
Bleach, Bl»-CH, Bl^-CHt, 

B18-CH-NG 
Bleach'er, Bl'-CHr 
Bleaoh'ew, B1»-CH-B 
Bleak, BV-K 
Bleakly, Bls-K-i 
Bleak'ness, Bl^-K-Ns 
Blear„Bls-B, Bis-Bd, Bl»- 

iJ-NG 
Blear'-eye, SV-E-l 
Blear'-eyed, Bls-iJ-i-D ■ 
Blear'-eyedness, BV-U- 

i-D-Ns 
Bleat, Bits 
Bleat'ing, BltCJS 
Bled, Bld2 
Bleed, Bld^, BldO' 
Bleed'ing, BldC)« 
Blem'ish, BI2-M-SH, BR 

M-Sfft, B12-M-SH-NG 
Blench, Blns-CH, BlaS 

cm, BJjiS.CH-NG 



37 

Blend, Bind:, Bln^Dd, 

Blud-!-NG 
Blende, Blnd» 
Blend'er.Blndt^ 
Blen'ny,B12-ll 
Blent, BiMi 

Bless, Bls2, Blsi?, Bls2-NG 
Bless'ed, Bls^-D 
Bless'edness, Bls'-D-Ns 
Bless'er, Bl^-sE 
Bleas'lne, Bls^-NG 
Blest, Blsti 
Blet, Bit: 

Ble'tonism, Bl'-Tn-Z-M 
Blet'ting,BltC)« 
Blew, BV. See Blow. 
Blight, Blti, Bli-Td,Blt(0* 
BUnd, Blndi, Bln'-Dd, 

Blndi-NG 
Blind'er, Blndri 
Blind'foid, -Blnd'-F-Ld, 

Blndi-r-i-Dd, Blndi-P- 

MC) 
Blind'ly, Blndi-L. 
Blind'-man's-buff, 

Blndi-Mnz-Bf 
Blind'hess, Blnd'-M's 
Blind'-side, Blndsi-D 
Blink, Blns-K, Bln'-Kt, 

Blns-K-NG 
Blink'ard, Bl»-NG-Krd 
Blink'er, BW-NG-Kr 
Blink'ers, Bia-NG-Erz 
Bliss, Bis" 
Bliss'ful-ly, Bls8-ri 
Bliss't'uluess, BIs^-H-Nb 

[:Fs] 
Blis'som, Bls-sM 
BUs'ter, Blati', Bl'-slrd, 

BlstrC)' 
Blithe, Bli-DH 
Blithe'ful, Bli-DH-Fl 
Blithe'ly, BU-DHl 
Blithe'ness, Bli-DH-Ns 
Blithe'sonie, BP-CHs-H 
Blithe'someness, Bli - 

DHs-M-Ns 
Bloat, BUS, B12-Td, BltC) 
Bloat'er, Bltr" 
Blob'bef-lip, Bl'-Br-i-P 
Block, Bli-K, Bli-Kt, Bll- 

K-NG . 
Blockade', B12-Kd, Bia- 

K-Dd, Biz-Kd-NG 
Blockad'er, Bl^-K-Dr 
Block'head, BU-K-Hd 
Block'-house, BU-K-Hs 
Block'ish, Bli-K-SH 
Block'ishly, BU-K-SHl 
Block'ishness, Bli - E - 

SH-Ns 
Blook'-tin, Bli-K-Tn 
Blom'ary, Bl^-M-iB 
Blonde, Blnd> 
Blond'-laoe, Blnd'-Ls 
Blood, Bld2, BV ■ Dd, 

Bld(')« 
Blood'-flower,Bld2-Fl-K 
Blood'-guiltiness, Bid'- 

Gl-T-Ns 



BLU 

Blood'-guilty, BldS-Gl-T 
Blood'-heat, Bld^-Ht 
Blood'-horse, Bld^-Hra 
Blood'-hot, Bld2-Ht 
Blood'-hound, Bld^-Hnd 
Blood'ily, Bl^-D-i 
Blood'iness, BP-D-Ns 
Blood'lesa, Bld^-is 
Bloodaessly, Bld^-iB-i 
BlocSd'-letter, Blds-itr 
Blood'-letting, Blda-it- 

NG 
Blood'-red, Bld^K-D 
Blood'-relation, Bid" - 

Jilshii i 
Blood'root, Bld2-Bt 
Blood'sbed, Bld^-SHd 
Blood'shedder, Bid* - 

SHdr 
Blood'sbedding, Bld'- 

SHd-NG lor (■)] 
Blood'-shot, Blda-SHt 
Blood'-shotten, Bid:: - 

SH-Tn 
Blood'-spavin, Bld^-sP- 

Vn 
Blood'-stained, Blda - 

sTnd 
Blood'-stone, Bld'-sTn 
Blood'-suoker, Bld^-sKr 
Blood'-thirstine83,Bld3- 

THrs-T-Ns 
Blood'-thirsty, Bid" - 

THrs-T 
Blood'-vessel, BIdS-Ts-L 
Blood'-warm, Bld^ - Wr - 

M 
Blood'y, B12-D 
Blood'y-flux, Bl»-D-K- 

Es 
Blood'y-minded, BP-D- 

Mn.Dd 
Bloom, B13.M, Bl'-Md, 

Bia-M-NG 
Bloom'er, Bia-Mr 
Bloom'ing, Bl»-M-Na 
Bloom'ingly, Bia-M-NGl 
Bloom'y, Bis-M 
Blos'som, Bl>-sM, EP- 

sMd, Bli-sM-NG 
Blot, Blti, Bl'-Td, Blt(')* 
Blotch, Bli-CH 
Blot'ter, Bltr» 
Blot'tiug-paper, BltC)'! 

pa-Pr 
Blouse, Biz' 
Blow, Bia, Bis-NG. See 

Blew and Blown, 
Blow'er, B12-E 
Blown, Bln2 
Blow'-pipe, B12!pi-p 
Blowse, Blzi 
Blowth, B12-Tg 
Blow'y, B16!8 
Blowze, Blzi 
Blowzed, Blzd> * 
Blow'zy, Bli-Z 
Bluta'ber, Bis-Br, Bl». 

Brd, Bia-Br-NG 
Bludg'eon, Bl"-Jn 



BLU 

Blue, BIS, Bld>, Bis-NG 
BlueTjell, Bia-B-L 
Blue'berry, Bls-B-a 
Blue'bird, Bis-Brd 
Blue'-book, B13-B-K 
Blue'-bottle, B1s-b-ti 
Blue'-breast, Bis-Brst 
Blue'-dexrils, B18-D-Vlz 
Blue'-flsh, BV-F-SH 
Blue'-light, Bia-it 
Blue'ly, Bis-i 
Blue'ness, Bis-Ns 
Blue'-peter, Bl'-Ptr or 

:Ptri 
Blue'-pill, BIS ! pa-L 
Blue'-stocking, BlsS-T- 

K-NG 
Blue'-vitriol, Bis-Vtr-L 
Bluff, BUS, Blft2, Blf2-NG 
Bluff'uesB, Blfi!-N8 
Bluff-y, B12-F 
Blu'injK, Bis-Na 
Blu'lsb, B13-SH 
Blun'der, Blndi*. Blnd^- 

Kd, BIndrS-NG 
Blun'derbuss, Blndrs-Bs 
Blun'derer, Bludr'-B 
Blun'derhead, Blndr^ - 

Hd 
Blun'deringly, Blndri - 

NG-L 
Blunt, Blnt2, Bln^-Td, 

Blnt2-KG 
Blunt'ly, Blnts-i 
Bluufness, Blnt^-Ns 
Blur, B12-B, Bis-Ed, BP- 

JJ-NG 
BlUTt, B12-Et, B12-iJ-Td, 

Bis-Jjt-NG 
Blush, B12-SH, Bia-SHt, 

B12-SH-NG 
Blush'ful, B12-SH-F1 
Blush'ingly, Bl^-SH-NGl 
Blushaess, Bls-SH-£s 
BluB'ter, Blstra, Bls-sTrd, 

Blstr(')' 
BlUB'terer, Bletra-E 
Blus'troua, Bl«-sTrs 
Bo'a, B6&2 
Bo'a-oonstrio'tor, B* : 

sTrS-Ktr 
Boar, Bi-B 
Board, BS-Kd, B2-B-Dd, 

B2-Kd-NG 
Board'er, B^-Rdr 
Board'ing, B^-fld-NG 
Board'ing>liouse, B' - 

ied-NG-Hs 
Board'ing-scliool, B^ - 

iZd-NG-sEl 
Board'-wages, B'-Bd- 

wJz 
Boar'ish, B«-iJ-SH 
Boast, Bst2. Bsa-Td, BetO* 
Boast'er, Bstr^ 
Boast'ful-ly, Bs^-T-Fl or 

Bs2-Fl 
Boast'fulness, Bs^-T-Fl- 

Nfl [Bst2:FB] 

Boast'ing, Bst(-)* 



28 

BoaBt'inKly, Bs'-t-ngi 
Boat, Bt!, B2-Td, Bt(-)» 
Boat'able, Bt^-Bl 
Boat'-bill, BtiilBa-L 
Boat'-hook, Bt^-H-K 
Boat'ing, BX-)' 
Boat'mau, Bt^-Mn 
Boats'man, Bt^-sMn 
Boat'swain, Bs'-N 
Bob, Bi-B, Bl-B-D, Bi-B 

NG 
BobTjin, Bi-Bn 
Bobbinet' orBobTsinet, 

B!orl-Bn-T 
Boblin'coln, B^-B-^n-En 
Bob'ollnk, Bi-B-'in-K 
Bob'stays, B'-Bs-Tz 
Bob'tail, Bi-B-Tl 
Bob'wig, B'-B-W-G 
Book'ing, Bi-K-NO 
Book'land, Bi-K-ind 
Bode, Bd!!, B^-Dd, B^-D- 

NG 

Bod'dlce, B'-Ds 
Bod'ice, B^-Ss 
Bod'ied, Bi-Dd 
Bod'iless, Bi-D-£a 
Bod'ily, Bi-D-i 
Bod'ing, B2-D-NG 
Bod'kln, Bdi-Kn 
Bod'y, Bi-D, Bi-Dd, Bi-D- 

NG 
Bod'y-olothes, Bi-D-Kl- 

DHz - 
Bod'y-eoat, B'-D-Kt 
Bod'y-oolor, Bi-D-K-£r 
Bod'y-guard, Bi-D-Grd 
Bod'y-su&toher, B'-Ds- 

N-OHr 
Bceo'tian, B^-SHn 
Bog, Bi-G 
Bo'gey, B2-G 
Bo'gle, Ba-Gl 
Bog'gle, Bi-Gl, B>-Gld, 

B'-Gl-NG 
Bog'gler, Bi-Gl-B 
Bog'gy, Bi-G 
Bog'-spavin, B'-G«-P- Vn 
Bog'-trotter, Bi-G-Trtp 
Bo'gus, B2-GS 
Bo'gy, B2-G 
Bohea', Bs-H 
Bohe'mian, B'-H-Mn 
Boil, Bi-L, Bi-Ld, Bl-L- 

NG 
Boil'er, Bi-X-R 
Boil'ery, B^-L-B 
Boil'ing, Bi-L-NG 
Bois'terous, Bi-aTre 
Bois'terously, Bi-sTr-si; 
Bois'terousneBB,B>-sTTs- 

Bold, BS-Ld 
Bold'ly, B2-Zd-£ 
Bold'ness, B'-Ld-yfa 
Bole or Boll, B^-L 
Bologn'a Sau'sage, B>- 

i-N-S3-J(or-NBB-J) 
Bol'ater, B^ .tstr, B"-is- 

Trd, B»-istrC) 



BON 

Bol'Bterer, B'-ts-Tr-B 
Bolt, B2-U, BS-i-Td, B«- 

it-NG 
Bolt'er, B^-Ltr 
Bolt'-head, B2-Lt-Hd 
Bolt'ing, Bs-it-NG 
Bolt'-rope, B^-Zt-iS-P 
Bolt'-aprit, Bs-it-sPrt 
Bo'lus, B2-iB - 
Bomb, B"-M 
Bombard', Bi-M-Brd, B'- 

M-Br-Dd, B>-M-Brdc) 
Bombardier', B«-M-Brd- 

R 
Bombard'ment, Bi-M- 

Brd-M^t 
Bom'baat, B^-M-Bst 
Bombast'ic,Bi-M -Bs-1?-E 
Bombast'ically, B'-M- 

Bb - T - Kl 
Bombazet' or Bomba- 

zette', B2-M-BZ-T 
Bombazine' or Bomba- 
sine", B^-M-Bz-N 
Bom'bio, B'-M-B-K 
Bomb'-ketch, Ba - U - E- 

CH 
Bomb'-vessel, BS-M-Va- 

L 
Bomb'-proof, B^-M-Prf 
Bomb'-shell, B^-M-SHl 
Bombyc'inous, Ba-M-Bs- 

Ns 
Bom'byx, B^-M-B-Ks 
Bonapart'ean, B'-N-Pr- 

Tn ' 
Bo'napartism, Bs-N-Prt- 

zM 

Bo'napartist,B2-N-Pr-TBt 
Bon'bon, Bni-Bn 
Bond, Bndi, Bui-Dd,Bndi- 

NG 
Bond'age, Bndi-J 
Bond'ed, Bn>-Dd 
Bond'maid, Bnd'-Md 
Bond'man, Bnd^-Mn 
Bonda'man, Bndsi-Mn 
Bond'-stone, Bnds'-In 
BondB'woman,Bnds>-W- 

Mn 
Bond'woman, Bnd>-W- 

Mn 
Bond'-timber, Bnd'-T- 

M-Br 
Bone, Bn2, Bnd>, Bn2-NQ 
Bone'-dust, Bn'-Dst 
Bone'lesB, Bu'-Ls 
Bone'set, Bns'-T 
Bone'-apavin, Bn6«-P-Vn 
Bon'flre, Bni-F-R 
Boni'to, B8-N-T 
Bon-mot', Bn^-M 
Bon'net, Bi-N-T 
Bon'neted, Bi-N-Td 
Bon'nily, Bi-Nl 
Bon'ny, B>-N 
Bou'ny-olabber, B»-N- 

Kl-Br 
Bon Ton, Bre'-Tn 
Bo'nus, Ba-Na 



BON 

Bon-Tivant', Bn»-T-Tn 
Bo'ny, B2-N . 
Bon'ze, Bn>-Z >, , 
Boo'by, ES-B ^"^ 
Boo'by-hut, B'-B-Ht 
BooTay-hutoh, B^ - B - H- 

CH 
BoodhjES-D 
Boodli'ism, Bs-D-zM 
Boodh'ist, Ea-D6t 
Book, Bs-K, Bs-Kt, E3-K- 

Book'-bmder,B'-K-Bnai 
Book'-bindery, B" - K - 

Bnd-i? 
Book'-bindlng, B' - K - 

End - KG 
Book'-oase, Bs-K-Ks 
Book'ish, B3-K-SH 
Book'iBhness, B^-E-SH- 

Nb 
Book'-keeper,B^K-K-Pr 
Book'-keeping, B^-K-K- 

Book'-leamed, B^-E- 

Xmd 
Book'-leaming, B^-K- 

Book'-maker,Bs-K-M-Kr 
Book'-making, B'-K-M- 

K-NG 
Book'-mark, B'-K-Mr-K 
Book'-seller, Bs-K-si-B 
Eook'-Btaelf,t BS-K-SHl-P 
Book'-shop, B2-K-SH-P 
Book'-atall, BS-Ks-T-L 
Book'-staud, BS-Ks-Tnd 
Book'Btore, BS-Ks-T-B cr 

B»-Kstr 
Bq&'worm, BS-K-Wr-M 
Bo9&, Bs-M, B3-Md, B^ 

M-NG 
Boom'erang, B^M-£-NG 
Boon, Bn* 
Boor, B2-E 
Boortsh, B3-B-SH 
Boor'ishly, BS-B-SHl 
Boor'islmesB, B'-ii-SH.- 

Ns 
Boose or Booze, BzS 
BooB'er, B»-Zr 
Boost, Bsts, Bs"-Td, Bst(')« 
Boo'sy or Boo'zy, Bs-Z 
Boot, Bt8, BS-Td, Et(-)a 
Boot'-orimp, BP-Kr-M-P 
Bootee', Bn-T 
Booth, B»-DH 
Boot'hoBe, Bt^-Hz 
Boot'-iaok, Bts-J-K 
Boot'-last, Bta-Xet 
Boot'less, Bta-iB 
Boot'lessness, Bt^^s-Ka 
Boot' -tree, Bt3-Tr 
Boot'y, Ba-T 
Bopeep', B»-P-P- 
Borac'ic, B'-jeB-E 
Bo'racous, B^^-A-Es 
Borfage, B^-iZ-J 
Bo'rate, B'-fit , 

Bo'rasvB'-ii-EB | 



29 

Bor'der, B'-Edr, Bi-B 

Drd, E>-Bdr-NG 
Bor'derer, Bi-Edr-E 
Bore, BS-R, B^-Kd, Ba-B. 

NG 
Bo'real, B^-fl-L 
Bor'er, BS-Er 
Bor'iag, B^-iJ-Na 
Born, Bi-Jta 
Borne, B^-Kn 
Bo'ron, W~Ru 
Bor'ough, B2-B 
Bor'row, Bi-iJ, Bi-B-D, 

Bi-iS-NG 
Bor'rower, B'-iJ-iJ 
Bort, B'-Bt 
Boa, Bsi 

Boso'age, B'-sE-J 
Bosh, Bi-SH 
BoBk, Bi-sE 
Bosk>, B'-sE 
Bos'dm, B>-zM, B^-zMd, 

Bs-zM-NG 
Boss, Bsi 
Boss'y, Ei-S 
Botan'io, Bi-T-N-E 
Botan'ical-ly, Bi-T-N-Kl 
Bot'amist, Bi-T-Net 
Bot'anize, Bi-T-Nz, Bi-T- 
' Nzd, Bi-T-Nz-NG 
Bot'any, Bi-T-N 
Botch, Bi-CH, Bi-CHt Bi. 

CH-NG 
Botch'er, B'-CHr 
Bot'-fly, Bti-n • 
Both, B2-TH 
Both'er, Bdbri, Bdhrdi, 

Bdhri-NG 
Bothera'tion, BdhrS-SHn 
Bot'ryoid, Bti-iS-D 
Botryoid'al, Bti-B-D-L 
Bets or Botte, Bts> 
Bot'tle, B>-T1, B'-Tld, B'- 

Tl-NG 
Bot'tle-green. Bi-Tl-Gm 
Bot'tle-holder, B>-T] 

«-H>idr 
Bot'tling, B'-Tl-NG 
Bot'tom, Bti-M, Bti-Md, 

Bti-M-NG 
Bot'tomed, BP-Md 
Bot'tom-glade, Bt^-M- 

Gld 
Bot'tom-land, Btf - M - 

ind 
Bot'tomless, Bti-M-Xs 
Bot'tomry, Bti-M-i! 
Boudoir', Bi-Dw-B 
Bough, Bi 
Bought, Bt> 
Bougie', BS-ZH 
Bouilli', B»-Y or BS-i-T 
Bouillon', Bi-Y» or "S^L- 

Yn 
Boul'der, B»-Zdr 
Boulevard', Bv^-Vr(d) 
Bounce, BnB>, Bnst', 

Bnsi-NG 
Bounc'er, Bub'-B (»-1ioo1c 

and circle both shown.) 



BBA 

Bouncing, Bns>-NS 
Bound, Bndi, Bn»-Da. 

Bnd'-NG 
Bound'ary, End'-A 
Bound'ed, Bn'-Dd 
Bound'en, Bn'-Dn 
Boundless, BndMis 
Bound'lessness, End^ - 

Ls-Ns I'.LbI 
Boun'teous, Brf-T-S 
Boun'teously, Bn'-T-61 
Boun'teousness, Bn'-Ts- 

Ns 
Boun'tiful-ly, B>-N-T-Fl 
Boun'tit'ulnesa, B'-N-T- 

ri-Ns [-.Fs] 
Boun'ty, B'-N-T 
Boun'tyhood, Bi-N-T-Hd 
Bouquet', B^-E 
Bourgeois', Br'-Js 
Bourgeois', (a citizen) B>- 

iJ-ZH-W 
Bourgeoisie', B^ - B - ZH- 

W-Z 
Bour'geon, ErS-Jn 
Bourn or Bourne, Bs-Bn 
Bourse, B^-Bs 
Bouse, Bz3 
Boustrophe'don, B' - 

sTrf-Dn 
Bout, Bti 

Bout's-rimes', B^-E-M 
Bo'vine, B2-Vn 
Bow, BI, Edi, Bi-NO 
Bow, B2, Bd2. E3-NO 
Bow'-drill, B^-Dr-L 
Bow'el, Bi-L 
Bow'els, Bi-Lz 
Bow'er, Bi-E 
Bow'ery, B'-B 
Bow'-hand, B^-Hnd 
Bow'ie-knife, B»-N-r 
Bowl, Bi!-Ii, B8-Iid, B2-L. 

NG 
Bowl'der, B^-Zdr 
Bow'-legged, B»-Z-G-D 
Bowl'er, B^-i-B 
Bow'ljue, E2-in 
Bowl'mg-green, B'-X' 

NG-Gm 
Bow'man, B^-lIn 
Bowse, Bzi 
Bow'sprit, Bi-sPrt 
Bow'string, B^-sTr-NG 
Box, Bi-Ks, Bi-Est, Bi-Es- 

NG 
Box'er, Bi-E-sE 
Box'haul, B>-E-bH1, B1- 

E-sHld, Bl-K-sHl-NG 
Box'-tree, Bi-K-sTr 
Box'-wood, Bi-Es-wD 
Boy, Bi 

Boy'hood, Bi-Hd 
Boy'ish, Bi-SH 
Boy'ishly, B'-Sffl 
Boy'ishness, B'-SH-Ns 
Brab'ble, Bri-Bl 
Brac'cate, Br'-Et 
Brace, Bis2, Brat?, BraS- 

KG 



BRA 

Braoe'let, Br=-a£t 
Bra'cer, Bi-a-sR 
BraoJi, Br'-K 
Bracn'ial or Bra'oMal, 

Br'oj-s-K-L 
Brachycatalec'tic, Br'- 

K-K-T-i-K-T-K 
Brachyg'raphy, BrS-K- 

Gr-F 
Brack, Br'-K 
Srack'en, Br'-Kn 
Bmck'et, Br'-Kt, Br'-K- 

Td, Br>-Kt-NG 
Brack'eting, Bri-Kt-NG 
Brack'et-light,Bri-Kt-it 
Braek'ish, Br>-K-SH 
Brack'ishness, BrVK- 

SH-Ns 
Bract, Br>-Kt 
Brac'teal, Br'-K -T-L 
Brao'teate, Br'-K-T-T 
Bract'ed, Bri-K-Td 
Brad, Brd' 
Brad'-awl, Brd'-L 
Brae, Br- 
Brag, Bri-G, Br'-Gd, Br»- 

G-KG 
. Braggado'cio, Br^-G-D- 

SB 
Brag'gardism, Br'-Grd- 

zM 
Brag'gart, Br'-Ort 
Brag'ger, Br'-Gr 
Brag'ging, Br'-G-NG 
Brah'm^, Br>-M 
BTah'inan, Br'-Mn 
Brabman'ic, Br'-Mn-K 
Brabman'ical, Et<-m-N- 

,K1 
Brah'znanlszn, Br' - Mn- 

Z-M 
Brah'miu, Br'-Mn 
Brahmin'ic, BrS-Mn-K 
Brahmia'ical, Br^-M-N- 

Kl 
Brahmin'ical, BrS-M-N- 

Kl 
Braid. Brd^, Br^ - Dd, 

BrdC)2 
Brail, Br^-L, Br2-Ld, Br^- 

li-NG 
Brain, Bm^, Bmd2, Bm'- 

NG 
Brain'-fever, Brn^-r-Vr 
Braiu'less, Br^-Nls 
Brain'-pan, Brn^-Pn 
Brait, Brts 
Brake, Br^-K 
Brake'man, Br^-K-Mn 
Brak'y, Br^-K 
BramTjle-y, Br'-M-Bl 
Bra'min, Br'-Mn 
Bran, Bm' 
Branch, Br>-N-CH, Br'- 

N-CHt, Br'-N-CH-NG 
Bran'ohial, Br'-NG-Kl 
Brancb'ineSB, Br'-NCH- 

Ns 
Bran'cliiopods, Br'-NG- 

K-Pdz 



30 

Branchless, Br'-N-CH 

Lb 
Branchaet, Br'-N-CH-it 
Branoh'y, Br'-N-CH 
Brand, Brnd', Brn'-Dd. 

Brnd'-NG 
Brand'ed, Bm'-Dd 
Brand'-goose, Brnd'-Gs 
Bran'died, Brn'-Dd 
Brand'ing-iron, Brnd' - 

NG-I-Kn 
Brand'-iron, Brn'-D-Tin 
Bran'dish, Brnd' - SH, 

Brnd'-SHt, Bmd'-SH- 

NG 
Bran'disher,Bnid'-SH-K 
Brand'ling, Brnd'-L-NG 
Brand'-new, Brnd'-> 

See Nna, 
Bran'dy, Bm'-D 
Bran'gle, Br'-NG-Gl 
Brank, Br'-NG-K 
Bran'lin, Br'-Nln 
Bran'-new, Bm'-N. See 

New. 
Bran'ny, Br'-N 
Brant, Emf 
Brash, Br'-SH 
Bra'sier, Br^-ZHr 
Brass, Brs' 

Brass'-band, Brs'-Bnd 
Brasse, Brs' 
Brass'iness, Br'-S-Ns 
Brass'-leaf, Br'-si-P 
Brass'y, Br'-S 
Brat, Brt' 
Brava'do, Br^-V-D 
Brave, Brv", Brvds, Brv^- 

NG 
Brave'ly, Br^-Vl 
Brav'ery, Brva-Jj 
Bra'TO, Br!-V 
Bra'vo, Br'-V 
Brawl, Br'-Ii, Br'-Ld, Br'- 

L-NG 
Erawl'er, Br'-i-K 
BraTFn, Bm' 
Brawn'iness, Br'-N-Ns 
iBrawn'y, Br'-N 
Bray, Brs, Brd^, Br^-NG 
iBray'er: Br^-B 
Bray'ing, Br'-NG 
Braze, Brz» 
Bra'zen, Brz^ N 
Bra'zen-faced, Brz»-N- 

Fst 
Bra'zenly, BrzS-Nl 
Bra'zier, Br^-ZHr 
Brazil'-wood, Br^-Zl-Wd 
Braz'ing, Brz^-NG 
Breach-y, BrS-CH 
Bread, Brd^ 
Bread'-oorn, Brds-Krn 
Bread'-lruit, Brd^-Prt 
Bread'-lruit-tree, Brd^ 

Frt-Tr 
Bread'stuff, Brd6«-Tf 
Breadth, Brda-TH 
Break, Brs-K. Br2-K-NG 
Break'able, Br=-K-Bl 



BRl 

Break'age, Br^-K-J 
Break'down, Brs-K-Dn 
Break'er, Br^-Kr 
Break'tast, Brs - K - Fst, 

Br2-K-ra-Td, Br^-K- 

FstC) 
Break'-neok, Br~K-N-K 
Break'water, Br^-K-Wtr 

(or -Kwtr) 
Bream, Br»-M 
Breast, Brst^. Brs^-Td, 

Bi-st(-)' 
Breast'-bone, Brs^-Bn 
Breast'-hook, Br^-sH-K 
Breast'ing, Brstfl' 
Breasfknot, Brs^-Nt 
Breast'pin, Brs^-Pn 
Breast'plate, Brs^-Plt 
Breast'-plow or -ough, 

BrsS-Pl 
Breast'irail, Brs^-Bl 
Breast'work, Br^-sWr-K 
Breath, Br=-TH. See Birth 
Breath'able, Bpi-DH-Bli 
Breathe, BrS-DH, Br>- 

DHd. Br^-DH-NG 
Breath'er, Br^-DHr 
Breath'ing, Br»-DH-NG 
Breath'less, BrS-TH-is 
Breath'lessness, Br>- 

TH-is-Ns [:is] 
Breo'cia, Brt=-CH 
Breo'ciated, BiS-K-SH- 

Td 
Bred. Brd' 
Breech, BrS-CH, BrS-CHt, 

Br3-CH-NG 
Breech'es, BrS-CHz 
Breeoh'ing, Brs-CH-NG 
Breech'-loading, Br" - 

CH-i-D-NG • 

Breed, Brds, Brd(-)» 
Breed'er, Br^-Dr 
Breed'ing, BrdC)' 
Breeze, Brzs, Brzd», Brz»- 

NG 
Breeze'-fly, Brz^-Fl 
Breeze'less, Br^-zJ^s 
Breez'y, Br^-Z 
Brent, BmtS 
Breth'ren, Br^-DHm 

[BrnS] 
Brett, Brt2 
Breve, Brv^ 
Brevet', BrS-Vt 
Bre'viary, Br^-V-K 
Brevier*, Brv'-B 
Brev'iped, Br^-V-Pd 
Brev'ipennate, Br«-V-P- 

N-T 
Brev'ity, Br^-V-T 
Brew, BrS, Brds, BrS-NG 
Brew'age, Br^-J 
Brew'er, Br^-R 
Brewery, Br^-R 
Brew'-house, Br»-Hs 
Brew'ing, Br"-NG 
Brew'is, Br^-S 
Bri'ar, Br'-E 
Bria'rean; Br^-fin 



BRI 

Bribe, Bri-B, Br'-B-D, 

Bri-B-NG 
Brib'er, Bri-Br 
Brib'ery, Br'-B-2I 
Brick, Br«-K, BrS-Kt, BrS- 

K-NG 
Briok'bat, Brs-K-Bt 
Brlck'-dust, Bi«-K-Dst 
Briok'-kiln, BrS-K-Kl 
Briok'-iayer, Brs-K-i-B 
Briok'-laying, Br^-K-i- 

NG 
Briok'-maker, Br^-K-M- 

Kr 
Brick'-nogging, Brs - K - 

N-G-NG 
Brick'-tea, Brs-K-T 
Briok'-work,Br»-K-'Wr-K 
Brid'al, Bri-Dl 
Bride, Brd' 
Bride'-cake, Brdi-K-K 
Bride '-chamber, Brdi - 

CH(-M)-Br 
Bride'groom, Brd'-Gr-M 
Bride'-maid, Brd'-Md 
Bride'-man, Brdi-Mn 
Brides'-maid, Brd>-zMd 
Brides'-man, Brd'-zMn 
Bride'well, Brdi-Wl 
Bridge, Br»- J, BrS- Jd, BrS- 

J-NG 
Bridge'-board,Br3-J-Brd 
Bridg'ing-joist, Br» - J - 

NG-Jst 
Bri'dle, Bri-Dl, Bri-Dld, 

Brl-Dl-NG 
Bri'dle-path, Bri - Dl - P- 

TH 
Bri'dle-way, Br^-Dl-W 
Bri'dler, Bri-Dl-K 
Bridoon', Br^-Dn 
Brief, Brfa 
Briefless, BrS-FIs 
Briefly, Br»-ri 
Briefness, Brfa-Ns 
Bri'er, Br>-B 
Bri'ery, Br^-B 
Brig, BrS-G 
Brigade', Br^-Gd, Br^-G- 

Dd, Br2-Gd-NG 
Brigadier', Br3.G.Dr 
Brig'and, Brn-Gnd 
Brig'audage, Br^-Gnd-J, 
Brig'andine, Brs-Qn-Dn 
Brig'antiiie, Br3-Gn-Tn 
Bright, Brti. See Broad. 
Bright'en, Br'-Tn, Bri- 

Tnd, Bri-Tn-NG 
Bright'ly, Brti-i 
Bright'ness, Brti-Ns 
Bright's' Disease, Brtsi- 

D-zZ 
Brill'iance, Br^-ins 
Brill'iancy, Br«-in-S 
Brill'iant, Br^-int 
Brill'iantly, Bifl-Lni-L 
Brim, Br«-M 
Brim'ful, BrS-M-Fl 
Brim'mer, Br'-Mr 
Brim'ming, Brs-M-NG 



31 

Brim'stone, Br'-Ms-Tn 
Brin'ded, BrnS-Dd 
Brin'dle, Bmds-L 
Brin'dled, Bmds-Ld 
Brine, Brn^ 
Brine'-pan, Bmi-Pn 
Bring, Bri-NG, BrS-NG- 

NG 
Bring'er, BrS-NGr 
Brin'ish, Brn'-SH 
Brin'ishness, Bm> - SH ■ 

Ns 
Brink, Br'-NG-K 
Brin'y, Bri-N 
Brisk, Bra-sK 
Brisk'et, Br'-sKt 
Brisk'ly, Brss-Kl 
Brisk'ness, BrS-sK-Ns 
Bris'tle, Brss-L, Brs^-Ld, 

Brs3-L-NG 
Bris'tly, BrS-si 
Britan'nia, Br»-T-N 
Brit'lsh, Brts-SH 
Brit'on, Br»-Tii 
Brit'tle, Br^-Tl 
Brit'tleness, Br^-Tl-Ns 
Britz'ska, Br^-sK 
Broach, Br2-CH, Bi^-CHt, 

Br2-CH-NG 
Broaoh'er, Br^-CHr 
Broad, Br>-D, Br'-Dr, Br'- 

Dst. See Bright, 
Broad'-brim, Brd'-Br-M 
Broad'cast, Bid'-Est 
Broad'cloth, Brd>-Kl-TH 
Broad'en, Br^-Dn 
Broad'-gauge, Brd'-G-J 
Broad'ish, Br>-D-SH 
Broad'ly, Bri-D-i 
Broad'ness, Br'-D-Ns 
Broad'side, Br^-Ds-D 
Broad'sword, Brd'-sBd 
Broad'wise, Brd'-Wz 
Brocade', Br^-Kd 
Brocad'ed, Br^-K-Dd 
Bro'cage, Bi^-K-J 
Broc'ard, Bri-Krd 
Brocatel', Br^-K-T-L 
Brooatel'lo, BrS-K-T-i 
Broo'coli, Br'-K-£ 
Brochure', Brn-SHr 
Brock, Bri-K 
Brook'et, Bri-Kt 
Bro'gau or Brogan', Bi* 

oi-i-Gn 
Brogue, BrS-G 
Broi'der, Br'-Dr, Br'-Drd, 

Bpi-Dr-NG 
Broil, Bri-L, Bri-Ld, Bri- 

L-NG 
Broil'er, Bri-i-B 
Bro'kage, Br^-K-J 
Broke, Br^-K 
Brok'en, Br^-Kn 
Brok'en-heart'ed, Br^- 

Kn-K-Td 
Brok'enly, Br^-K-Nl 
Brok'enuess, Brs-Kn-Ns 
Brok'en--wind'ed, Br^^ - 

Kn-Wn-Dd 



BRU 

Bro'ker, Br=-Kr 
Bro'kerage, Br^-Er-J 
Bro'ma, Br^-M 
Bro'mic, Br^-M-K 
Bro'mide, Br^-Md 
Bro'mine, Br'-Mn 
Bron'ehi, Br'-NG-K 
Bron'chia, Br>-NG-K 
Bron'ohial, Bri-NG-KI 
Bron'chio, Br>-NG-K-K 
Brouchi'tis, Bm>or'K- 

Ts 
Bron'ohooele, Brni-Ks-L 
Bronchot'omy, Brni-Kt- 

M 
Bron'chus. Br'-NG-Ks 
Bronze, Bmzi, Brnzd^, 

Brijz>-NG 
Brooch, Br2-CH 
Brood. Brds, BrS - Dd, 

Brd(-)» 
Brook, Br«-K 
Brook'let, Brs-K-it 
Broom, Br^-M 
Brooni'-oom, Br^-M-Km 
Broom'stick,Br3-Ms-I-E 
Broom'y, Bra-M 
Broth, Bri-TH 
Broth'el, Bri-DHl 
Broth'er, Brdhr^ 
Broth'erhood, Brdhr^-D 
Broth'er-in-law, Brdlir^- 

N-£ [Br!-Nl] 
Broth'erliness, Brdlir^- 

L-Ns 
Broth'erly, Brdhr'-L 
Brougham, Br^-M 
Brow, Bri 
Brow'beat, Bri-B-T, Br'- 

B-T-NG 
Brow'beaten, Br^-B-Tn 
Brown, (a.lBrni, Bri-Nr, 

Bri-Nst 
Brown, (v.) Bm', Bmd', 

Brni-NG 
Browu'ie, Br^-N 
Brown'ish, Bmi-SH 
Brown'ness, Bm"-Ns 
Brown'-stout, Bms>-Tt 
Bro wn'-study ,Bms' -T-D 
Browse, Brz', Brzdi, Brzi- 

NG 
Browse, Brs' 
Brows'er, Br^-Zr 
Bru'in, Br»-N 
Bruise, Brz', Brzd», Brz'- 

NG 
Bruis'er, Br^-Zr ■ 
Bruit, Brt3, BrS-Td, BrtC)« 
Bm'mal, BrS-M-i 
Brunette', Br^-N-T 
Brunt, Bmt2 
Brush, Br2 SH, Br=-SHt, 

Br2-SH-NG 
Brush'er, Br^-SHr 
Brush'iness, Bi'-SB-^a 
Brush'- wood, Br^-SH- 

Wd 
Brush'y, BT<'-Sa 
Brusk, Br»-BK 



BEir 

Brua'tle, Brs«-L, BTS>-Ld, 

Bis»-L-NQ 
Bru'tal, Brt'-L 
Brutol'ity, Brti-ii-T 
Bru'talize, Brt^-iz, BrP- 

izd, Brta-iz-NG 
Bru'tally, Brts-i 
•Brute, Brta 
Bru'tify, Brt3-F, Brts-JFd, 

Brta-F-NG 
Bm'tish, Brts-SH 
Bru'tishly, BrV-SHl 
Bfu'tishness, Brta-SH-Ns 
Bru'tism, Brt'-zM 
Bru'tum Fulmen, Brt^- 

M-Fl-Mn 
Bry'ony, Br'-N 
Bub, B2-B 
Bub'ble, B2-B1, B2-Bia, 

B2-B1-NG 
BubTjler, B^-Bl-B 
BubTaly, B^-Bl 
Bub'by, B2-B 
Buljo, B8-B 

Bnbon'ocele, Bi-B-Ns-L 
Bucanier', B'-En-B 
Buc'cal, B'-El 
Buccaneer', B'-Kn-B 
Bucoi'nal, B^-Ks-N-L 
Bucen'taur, Bs^-K-T-B 
Bu'ehu, B»-K 
Buck, B2-K, B2-Kt, B2-K- 

NG 
Buek'-basket, B^ - K - B - 

BEt 

BuokOjoard, B^-E-Brd 
Buok'et, B2-Et 
Buck'eye, B2-E-i 
Buok'ish, B2-K-SH 
Buck'le, Bs-El, B!-Eld, 

Bi!-Kl-NG 
•Buck'ler, B2-E1-B 
Buok'-mast, Bz-K-Mst 
Buck'ra, B^-Er 
Buok'ram, B2-Er-M 
Buck'skin, B^-Es-En 
Buok'stall, B2-EB-T-L 
Buck'thom, Bz-K-TH-Sn 
Bucol'io, Bi-Kl-E 
Bucol'ical, Bi-El-EI 
Buora'nia, B^-Er-N 
Bud, Bd2, B'-Dd, BdO' 
Bud'dhlsm, Bs-D-zM 
Bud'dhist, B^-Dst 
Buddhist'io, BS-Dst-K 
Bude'-light, Bds-it 
Budge, BS-J, B2-Jd, BS-J- 

NG - 
Budg'er, B2-.Ir 
Budg'et, B2-Jt 
Budlet, Bd2-Z,t 
Buff, HP 
Buffalo, B'-V-L 
Buffer, B2-Fr 
Buffet, B2-Ft, B2-r-Td, 

B2-rt-NG 
Buf feter, B2-Ftr 
Buffo, B2-F 
Buffoon', B3-Fn 
BufToon'ery, Ba-Fn-iJ 



32 

Buffoon'ish, Bs-Fn-Sff 
Buffy, B2-r 
BuB, B2-G 
Bug'aboo, B2-G-B 
Bug' bear, B^-G-B-B 
Bug'giness, B^-G-Ns 
Bug'gy, B2-G 
Bu'gle, B3-G1 
Bu'gle-horn, B'-Gl-Hm 
Bu'gler, B3-G1-R 
Bu'gloas, Bs-Gls 
BuHl, B»-I, 

Buhr'-stone, B^-ies-Tn 
Build, Bs-Ld, B3-id-NG 

(Bld», Bldc-)») 
Build'er, BS-idr 
Build'iug, BldC>» 
Built, Bits 
Bulb, B2-£-B 
Bulbif eroua, Bs-X-Bf-JJs 
Bulb'ous, B2-i-Bs 
Bulge, B2-i-J, B2-X-Jd, 

B2-£-J-NG 
Bulk-y, B2-i-E 
Bulk'er, B2-i-Er 
Bulk'-head, B^-Z-E-Hd 
Bulk'iness, B2-£-E-Ns 
Bull, B3.L, Bs-Ld, B»-L- 

NG 
BuU'-baiting, B»-£-Bt(-) 
Bull'-dog, B»-i-D-G 
Bullet, B3-it 
Bul'letin, BS-i-Tn 
Bull'-flgbt, BS-i-Ft 
Bull'-flnoh,B3-i-F-N-CH 
Bull'-frog, B3-i-Fr-G 
BuU'-head, Bs-L-Hd 
Bull'ion, Ba-in 
Bull'ook, B'-L-K 
BuU'a'-eye, Bs-Lz-i 
Bull'-trout, B3-i-Trt 
BuU'y, B3-i, B3-Xd, B8- 

i-NG 
Bul'rush, B'-i-B-SH 
Bul'wark, B^-i-Wr-K 
Bum, B2-M 

Bumbail'iff, Ba-M-B-i-F 
Bum'ble-bee, B'-M-Bl-B 
Bum'boat, B^-M-Bt 
Bum'kin, B^-M-En 
Bum'mer, BS-Mr 
Bump, B2-M-P, B2-M-P-T 

(or -Mt), B2-M-P-NG 
Bump'er, B2-M-Pr 
Bump'kin, B^-M-En 
Bun or Bunn, Bn2 
Bunch, B2-N-CH, B2-N- 

CHt. BS-N-CH-NG 
Bunch'iness, B^-N-CH- 

Ns 
Bunoh'y, B^-N-CH 
Buu'combe, B^-KO-E^M 
Bund, Bnd2 
Bun'dle, Bndi!-Ij, Bnd^- 

Ld. Bnd2-L-NG 
Bung, B2-NG 
Bun'galow, BS-NG-G-£ 
Bung^-hcile, Bs-NG-Bl 
Bundle, B2-NG-G1, B2 

NG-Gia, BS-NG-Gl-NG 



BUIl 

Bun'gler, B^-NO-Gl-B 
Bun'gling, BS-NG-Gl-NG 
Bun'glingly, B^-NG-Gl- 

NGl 
Bun'ion, Bn^-N 
Bunk, B2-NO-E, B«-NG- 

Kt, B'-NG-E-NG 
Bun'kum, B^-NG-K-M 
Bunt, Bnl^, BnS-Td, Bnf- 

NG 
Bunt'ing, Bnt^-NG 
Bunt'ine, Bn^-Tn 
Bunt'line, Bnts-Ln 
Buoy, Bw3or», Bwd»or>, 

Bwaori-NG. [Generally 

Boil by Bailors.] 
Buoy'age, Bw»ori-J 
Buoy'anoy, Bwn'or'-S 
Buoy'ant, Bwn'or'-T 
Buoy'antly, Bwn^or^-T-L 
Bur, B2-E 
Bur'bot, B2-B-Bt 
Bur'den, B>-B-Vn, B^-B- 

Dnd, B2-«-Dn-NG 
Bur'denous, B^-jB-D-Ns 
Bur'densome, B=-«-D- 

Ms - M lor -D-sM] 
Bur'densomely, BS-B-D- 

N8-M-i[or-D-sM-i] 
Bur'deusomeness, B' - 

ie-D-Ns-M-Ns lor -D-sM- 

Ns 
Bur'dook, B^-iJ-D-E 
Bu'reau, Bs-i? 
Bureau'craoy, B^-iJ-Er-S 
Bureaucrat'io, Bi-i8-Er- 

T-E 
Burg, B^-B-G 
Burg'age, B^-B-G-J 
Bur'gamot, Br2-G-Mt 
Burgeois', Br'-Ja 
Bur'geon, Br^-Jn 
Bur'gess, Br^-Js 
Burg'grave, B>-B-GrT 
Burgh, B2-B-G 
Burgh'al, Bs-B-Gl 
Burgh'er, BS-B-Gr 
Bur'glar, Br^-Gl-E 
Burgla'rious, Br^-Gl-Bs 
Burgla'riously, Bi« - Gl - 

B-sL 
Burg'lary, Br^-Gl-B 
Burg'omaster, Br^ -Q- 
' Mstr 

Bur'grave, B^-B-Grv 
Bur'gundy, Brs-Gn-D 
Bu'rial, Bs-B-L 
Bu'rin, BS-Bn 
Burke, B^ B-E, B^-B-Et, 

B2-B-E-NG 
Burl, Br2-L 
Burl'er, Br^-i-B 
Burlesque', Brs - is - E, 

Br2-£,s-Et, Brii-is-E-NG 
Burlet'ta, Br^-i-T 
Burliness, Br>-i.-Ns 
Bur'ly, Br2-i 
Burn, BS-Bn, B^-Bna, Ba- 

Kn-NG 
Bum'er, B^-Bn-B 



BUR 

Bur'nettize, B^-B-N-Ta 
Bum'ing-glass, S'-Rn- 

NG-Gls 
Bur'nlsh, B^-Bn-SH, B^- 

Bn-SHt, B2-ien-SH-NG 
Bur'uisher, B^-iSn-SH-K 
Burnt, B!-fiDt 
Burr, B2-B, B2-Ka, B'-B- 

NG 
Bur'row, B~JJ, BS-B-D, 

B2-K-NG 
Bur^ry, B=-B 
Bur'sar, B^-Bs-E 
Bur'sary, B^-Bs-B 
Burse, B^-Es 
Burst, B2-Est, B2-Est(-) 
Burst'er, B^-Estr 
Burt, B2-Kt 
Bur'then, BS-B-DHn 
Bur'y, B2-B, B^-iS-D, B^- 

B-NG 
Bur'ying-ground, B'-B- 

NG-Gmd 
Bur'ying-place, B^ - B - 

NG-Pls 
Bus, Ssf 
BusTay, Bz^-B 
Bush, B"-SH, B8-SHt, B'- 

8H-NG 
Bush'-beau, B»-SH-Bn 
Busta'el, B8-SH1 
Bush'elage, Bs-SHl-J 
Bush'eler, BS-SHl-R 
Bush'el-man, Ba-SHl-Mn 
Bush'-harrow, Bs-SH-H- 

B 
Bush'iuess, B^-SH-'Ss 
Bush'ing, B3-SH-NG 
Bush'man, Bs-SH-Mn 
Bush'-whacker, Bs-SH- 

W-Kr 
Bush'-wliaoking.BS-SH- 

W-K-NG 
Bush'y, &-SH 
Bus'ily, B3-Z1 
Bus'iuess, Bz^-Ns 
Busk, B2.8K 
Bus'kln, B2-8Kn 
Bus'kined, B2-sKnd 
Bus'ky, B2-SK 
Buss, B62, Bst2, Bs2-NG 
Bust, Bst^ 
Bus'tard, Bs^-T-Bd 
Bus'tle, Bs2-L, Bs2-r.d, 

B82-L-NG 
Bus'tler, BS-st-B 
Bus'y, Ba-Z, B-"-D, B3-Z- 

NG 
Bus'y-body, Bz^-B-D 

But, (C017j'.)Bt2 [B2j 

But, in.) BV 

Butoh'er, B' - CHr, B8 - 

OHrd. Ba-CHr-KG 
Butoh'er-bird, Bs - CHr - 

Brd 
Butch'erly, BS-CHr-t 
Buteh'ery, B'-CH-B 
But'ler, Bt2-i-E 
But'lerage, Bt'-L-B-J 
ButlersEip, Bt«-i-B:SH 

2* 



S3 

But'ment, Bt^-Mnt 
Butt, Bt2, B2-Td, BtCjS 
Butte, Bts 
B after, Btr^, B' - Trd, 

Btr2-NG 
But'ter-oup, Btr^-K-P 
But'tered, Btrd^ 
But'terfly, B^-Tr-Fl 
But'teris,B»-T-Bs 
But'termilk, Ba-Tr-M-i- 

K 
But'ternut, B^-Tr-N-T 
But'tery, B^-Tr 
Butt'-hinge, Bta-H-N-J 
Butt'-joint, Bt2-Jnt 
But'took, B2-T-K 
But'ton, B2-Tn, B2-Tnd, 

Bi!-Tn-NG 
Bnt'ton-hole, B2-T-N- 

HI, B2-T-N-Hia, B2-T-N- 

Hl-NG 
But'ton--wood,B2-Tn-Wd 
But'tress, B^-Trs 
BUtt'-weld, Bt2-Wld 
Butyra'ceous, B^-T-B- 

SHs 
Bu'tyrus, B»-T-B8 
Butyr'io, B^-T-B-K 
Bu'tyrine, Bn-T-Bn ,^. 
Bux'om, Bi-K-sM 
Bux'omly, B^-K-sM-Z 
Bux'omness,B2-K-sM-Ns 
Buy, Bi, Bi-NG 
Buy'er, Bi-E 
Buzz, Bz2, Bza2. BzS-NG 
Buz'zard, B2-Zrd 
Buzz'er, B^-Zr 
By, Bi 
Bye, Bi 

By'-gone, Bi-Gn 
By'-law, B'-i 
By'-play, Bi-Pl 
Byre, B'-B 

By'-stander, Bsi-Tudr 
By'-street, B'-sTrt 
By'-way, B'-W 
By'-word, Bi-Wrd 
Byz'ant, Bz'-Nt 
Byzan'tine or Byz'am- 

tine, Bz'or8-N-Tn 



c. 



O, the third letter of the 
Alphabet, like q and x, has 
no sound of its own, and 
therefore has no. sign ap- 
propriated to it in Phonog- 
raphy. It sounds like Ic 
in can, like s in cell, like z 
in suffice, and (with follow- 
ing & or i) like sh in ocean, 
commercial, etc. 

Cc, before a, o and u, 
have the one sound oik, as 
in baccate, account, accuse 



CAD 

but, before e aud t', they 
have the two sounds of k 
and s, as in accede, acci- 
dent. See Bb. 

C is sometimes silent, as 
in indict. See silent &. 
Cab, K-Bi 
Cabal', K-Bi-L, K-B'-Ld, 

K-Bi-L-NG 
Cab'ala, K-Bi-r 
Cab'alism, K-Bi-i-zM 
Cab'alist, K-Bi-iet 
Cabalist'ic, K-B»-is-T-K 
Cabalist'ioal-ly, K - Bs - 

is-T-Kl 
Cabal'ler, K-Bi-i-E 
Cab'alline, K-Bi-in 
Cab'bage, K-Bi-J, K-BJ- 

Jd. K-Bi-J-NG 
CabTSage-rosejE-Bi-J-Bz 
Cab'in, K-Bn', K-Bndi, 

K-Bn'-NG 
Cab'm-boy, K-Bn'-B 
Cab'inet, K-Bi-N-T [K-Bi 
Ca'ble, K-B12 
Cabob', K-Bi-B 
Caboose', K-Bs' 
Cabriolet', K-Br^-ii 
Caoa'o, K2-K 
Cach'alot, K-SH'-it 
Cache, K-SHi 
Caehec'tio, K-K-K-Tz-K 
Caohee'tioal, K-K-K-T'- 

Kl 
Caeh'et, K-SHi 
Caohex'y, K-K-K-S^ 
Caohinna'tion, K' - K - 

Nshn 
Cacique', Kb'- K 
Cack'le, K'-Kl, Ki-Kld, 

K'-Kl-NG 
Caok'ler, K-Kl-Ri 
Caok'liug, Ri-Kl-NG 
Cao'ocbymy, Ki-K-K-M 
Cacode'mon, K-K-Di-Mn 
Caooe'thes, K-K-THzs - 
Canog'raphy, K-K-Gr-Fi 
Cacoph'onous, K - K - E'- 

Ns 
Cacoph'ony, K-K-Fi-N 
Cao'ti, K-K-T> 
Cao'tus, K-K-Tsi 
Cad, K-Di 

CadaT'erous, K-Dvi-Bs 
Cad'dice, K-D6> 
Cad'dice-fly, K-Dsi-Fl 
Cad'dis, K-Dsi 
Cad'dow, K-Di 
Cad'dy, K-Di 
Cade, K-Da 
Ca'dence, K-Dnsa 
Ca'dency, K-Dn^-S 
Ca'dent, K-Dnta 
Caden'za, K-Dn^-Z 
Cadet', K-Dta 
Cadew', K-DS 
Cade'- worm, K-D^-Wr-M 
Cadge, K-Ji 
Cad'ger, K-Jr> 
Oad'gy, K-J« 



CAD 

Oa'di, K-Ds 
Cadme'an, E-S^-Mn 
Cad'mia, K-D'-M 
Cad'miau, E-Di-Mn 
Cad'miuin, K-D'-SI-M 
Oadu'oeus, K-D'-SHb 
Cadu'oity, K-Ds»-T 
Cadu'cous, K-V-Kb 
Ceesu'ra, S^-zB 
Ceesu'ral, 8»-zB-L 
Cafe, K-Fi 
Caffe'io, K-F'-K 
Caffeine, K-W'-TX 
Oaf fre, K-Fri 
Caftan or Caftan', K-ri- 

Tn 
C^g, Ki-G 
Cage, K-J2, K-Jdii, K-Jii 

KG 
Caf man, K^-Mn 
Ca'ique or Caique', K'or 

Oaim, K-iJn' 
Cais'son, fis'-N 
Oai'tiff, K-Tfa 
Caj'eput, K-Ji-Pt 
Cajole', K-J2-L, K-J2-I,d, 

K-ja-L-Na. See Cudgel. 
Cajol'er, K-J'-i-B 
Canol'ery, K-3'-L-B 
Cake, K2.K, K-K-T2, K2- 

K-NG 
Cal'abash, E-£i-B-SH 
Calaboose', K-i»-Bs 
Cala'brian, K-i^-Brn 
Calaman'co,Eli-M-NG-E 
CalamiferouB, El-M-F^- 

Es 
Caramlne, E-Z'-Mn 
Calam'itous, El-H-Tsi 
Calam'ltously, El-M-Ti- 

si 
Calam'itousness, El-M 

Ts'-Ns 

Calam'ity, El-M-Ti 
Oal'ami, Eli-M 
Cal'amus, El'-Ms 
Calash', E-i'-SH 
Cal'car, EH-Er 
^aloa'reous, ei-E-JTr^ 
lal'oeated, El-gi-Td 
Oaloif erous, EIs-ra-i?g 
Cal'ciform, KIs-F'-K-M 
Oal'olfy, KlsPi 
Calolu'able , Els-N-Bli 
Carcinate, Els^-Nt 
Calcina'tion, Els^-Nslin 
Caloiu'atory, Els-N-TS-B 
Calcine'orCal'cine, ETsi^ 

N, Klsi-Nd, Elsi-N-NG 
Oalcin'er, Els-N-E' 
Cal'cite. Els-T' 
Caroitrate, El-sTrt> 
Carcium, El'-sM 
Calo'-sinter, El'-Es-Ntr 
Calculable, El-El-Bli 
Cal'oulate, EU-Elt, El 

El-Td'. El'-Elt-NG 
Oaloula'tion, El^-Elshn 
Cal'oulative, El-Elt-Vi 



Ca 



34 

Cal'onlator, Kl'-Eltr 
Cal'culouB, EI-E-£si 
Oaroulus, El-E-is> 
Cal'dron, El-Dmi 
Calefa'cient, El-Fshnt2 
Oalefac'tion, El-F'-Kehn 
Calefao'tive, El-F'-KTv 
Calefao'tor, El-F'-Etr 
Oalefac'tory, El-Fi-B-T- 

B 
Oal'efy, El-F> 
Cal'endar, Elndri 
Cal'ender, Klndri, Elndi- 

Ed, Elndri-NG 
Cal'enderer, Elndr-K' 
Cal'ends, El^-Ndz 
Cal'enture, Eli-Ntr 
Cales'cence, E-Z-s^-Nb 
Calf, Efi 
Cal'iber or Cal'ibre, Eli- 

Br 
Cal'ice, E-isi 
Cal'ico, E-ii-E 
Cal'id, E-idi 
Oalid'ity, E-ids-T 
Cal'iduot, E-Li-D-Et 
Ca'lif: E-i2-F 
Cal'ifkte, E-ii-Ft 
Callg'inouB, El^-J-Ns 
Calig'raphy, El-Gr-F^ 
CalipaBli', E-i,i-P-SH 
Calipee', E-LS-P 
Cal'ipers, E-i'-Prz 
Ga'lipb, E-i2-F 
Cal'iphate, E-i'-Ft 
Calisthen'ic, Els-THnS-E 
Calisthen'ios, Els-THnS- 

Eb 
Oa'lix, E-£2-Es 
Calk, Ei-E, E-E-Ti, Ei-E- 

NG 
Calk'er, Ei-Er 
CaUc'in, Eli-En or E>-En 
Calk'ing-iron, E'-K-NG- 

i-Bn 
Call, El>, Eldi, Eli-NG 
Call'er.E-iri 
Cal'lid, E-ii-D 
Calligraph'io, El'-Grf-E 
Calligrapli'ical, El - Gr - 

Fi El 
Calllg'raphist, El - Gr - 

Fsta 
Oallig'raphy, El-Gr-F^ 
Call'in'g, Eli-NG 
Calli'ope, E-i'-P 
Callipash', EL'-P-SH 
Callipee', E-is-P 

Callistihen'ics, EIb- 

THn^-Ks 
Callos'ity, K-isi-T 
Callous, E-isi 
Cal'lousness, E-£s>-Ns 
Cal'low, E-i» 
Cal'lua, E-ZbI 
Calm, (a.) El-M, Ei-Mr, 

El- Met 
Calm, (V.) El-M, Ei-Md 

E'-M-NG 



CAM 

Oalm'ly, E'-Ml 
Calm'ness, Ei-M-Ns 
Calog'raphy, Kl-Gr-F' 
Cal'omel, Eli-Ml 
CalOr'ic, E-ir'-E 
Calorific, E-£r»-F-K 
CaloriHca'tion, E--ti«-F- 

Efi&n 
Calorim'eter, E-ir^-Mtr 
Calorim'etry, E - Li'-- M- 

Tr 
Calorimo'tor, E - £r» - 

Motr 
Calote',Eit!! 
Calotte', E-£ti 
Cal'otype, Kl-Ti-P 
Caloy'er, E-i'-B 
Cal'trap or Cal'trop, El- 

Tri-P 
Cal'umet, E-W-Mt 
Calum'niate, El-M-N-T', 

El-M-N-Td2, El-M-N-l'S- 

NG 
Calumnia'tlon, El' - M - 

Nehn 
Calum'niator, El^-M-Ntr 
Oalum'niatory, El-M-N- 

T'-B 
Calum'nious, El^-M-Ns 
Calum'niously, El - M - 

NS-L2 
Cal'umny, El'-M-N 
Cal'vary, El-Vi-« 
Calve, Evi 
Calves, Etz' 
Cal'vinism, El-Vn'-Z-M 
Cal'vinist, El-Vni-st 
Calvinist'ic, El-Vn3-St-K 
Calvinist'ioal, El-Vn»- 

8t-El 
Calx, E-I.>^3 
Cal'yole, E-ii-El 
Ca'lyx, E-£2-Es 
Cam, El-M 
Cama'ieu, E-M-T» 
Cam'ber, E-M-Br» 
Cam'bist, E-M-Bstl 
Oam'bistry, E-M-B«-sTr 
Cam'blet, K-M-BU» 
Camboge', E-M-BS-J 
Camboose', E-M-Bs» 
Cam'brel, E-M-Bri-L 
Oam'brian, E-M-Bm' 
Cam'brio, E-M-Br^-E 
Came, E^-M. See Come. 
Cam'el, E'-Ml 
Came'leon, E M-Ln'i 
Camel'lia,E-M-£' 
Camel'opard or Cam'el- 

opard, E-Ml-Prd^or' 
Oam'eo, E'-Mio 
Cam'era, EM-7J> 
Cameralist'ics, E M - 

KlsJ T-Es 
Cam'era Iiu'cida, E-M- 

R^Ls-D 
Cam'era Obsou'ra, K-M- 

iJi-B-sE-B 
Camisade' or Camisa'- 

do, E-Me-D3 



CAM 

Oam'let, K-M-it> 
Oam'omile, K-M-M-Li 
Camp, K-M-pi, Ki-Mt, K- 

M-tl-NG 
Campaign', K-M-Pns 
Campaigu'er, K-M-P^-Nr 
Campan'iform, K-M-pi- 

N-F-B-M [-Pn-F] 
Campanol'ogy, K-M-pi 

Nl-J 
Campan'ulate, K-M-P'- 

Nl-T 
Campes'tral, K ■ M - pa • 

sTr,- £ 
Campes'trian, K - M - P^- 

sTrn 
Camphene', K-M-Fns 
Cam'phire, K-M-F>-B 
Cam'phor, K-M-Fri 
Cam'phorate, K-M-Fri-T 
Camplior'io,K-M-Fi-K-E; 
Cam'piou, K-M-Pn' 
Oamp'-meeting, K-M-pi- 

MtC) 
Cam'-wheel, Ki-M-Wl 
Can, (n.) En' 
Can, (u.)Kiii [Kij 
Canaille', K-N-Ii" 
Canal-, Ei-Nl 
Canard', Kn-Ri or Kn-Edi 
Cane'ryj-Kn-iSi! 
Cana'ry-bird, Kn-B^-Brd 
Can'oel, K-N-sLi, K-N- 

sLfll, K-N-sLJ-NG 
Can'cellated, K-N-si' 

Td [K-Bi'-Tdl 
Oanoella'tion, K - N ■ 

sLslma [K-siahn2] 
Can'cer, Kn-sRi 
Can'oerate, K-'S-sRt^ 
Cancera'tion, K - N ■ 

BBsbn' 
Can'cerous, K-N-siZsi, 
Can'crifoim, K-NG-Kr- 

F> (-E-M) 
Can'cTine, Ki-NG-Krn 
Oandela'bra, Kn-D^-i-Br 
Candela'brum, Kn-Ds-i- 

Br-M 
Can'deut, Kn-Duti 
Can'did, Kn-Ddi 
Oan'didaoy, Knd-Di-s 
Can'didate, Knd-Dti 
Can'didly, Kn-Dd'-i 
Can'didaess, Kn-Ddi-Ns 
Can'dle, K-Nd-Li 
Can'dlemas, K-Nd-L'-Ms 
Cau'dor, Kndri 
Cau'dy, Kn-Di, Kn-Ddi, 

Kn-Di-NG 
Cane, Kns, Knd^, Knz-KG 
Canic'ula, K»-N-K1 
Cau'icule, K'-N-Kl 
Canio'ular, K-N-Kl-K* 
Canine', K'-Nn 
Can'ister, Knstr' 
Can'ker, Ki-NG-Kr, Ki- 

NG-Krd, Kl-NQ-Kr-NG 
Can'kered, Ki-NG-Krd 
CanTcerous, K-NG-Kr-S' 



35 

CanTcer-rasli, Ki-NG-Kr 

ie-SH 
Caulter-worm, p - NG ■ 

Kr-Wr-M 
Can'nel-coal, K'-Nl-Kl 
Can'nibal, K-N-Bl' 
Cau'nibaliBm, K-N-BI>- 

sM 
Cau'non, Kn^-N 
Cannonade', En - N - D^, 

Kn-N-Dd2, Kn-N-D2-NQ 
Can'non-ball,Kui-N-B-L 
Cannoneer' or Cannon- 

ier', Kn-N-B» 
Can'nonry, Kii-N-a> 
Can'non-sliot,Kni-N-SHt 
Can'not, Eiii-Nt[Eut>] 
Can'nular, En-i>-B 
Can'ny, E>-N 
Canoe', Ifs-N 
Can'on, Kni-N 
Can'on, (a gorge) E-N-Tni 
Can'oness, En-N-Si 
Oanon'io, Kni-N-K 
Canon'ical-ly, Eu^-N-El 
Canon'ioalness, En'-N- 

Kl-Ns 
Canon'icals, En'-N-Klz 
Canon'icate, Kn'-N-Et 
Canonio'ity, En-Ns-T^ 
Can'onist, Es'-Nst 
Canonist'io, Kn-Ns-Ts-K 
Canoniza'tion,En2-Nzfto 
Can'onize, Kn'-Nz, Eni- 

Nzd, Kni-Nz-NG 
Cau'onizer, Kn-N-Zr' 
Oan'on-law, Eni-N-i 
Can'onry, En-N-B' 
Oau'onsMp, Kni-N:SH 
Can'opy, E-N-Pi, E-N- 

Pdi, E-N-Pi-NG 
Cano'rous, En-ifs= 
Cant, Ent', En-Tdi, Enti- 

NG 
Can't. Enti 
Cantab', En-T'-B 
Cautab'rigian, En - T^ - 

Br- Jn 
Can'taleup or Can'ta- 

loupe, En-T'-i-P 
Can'talever, Kn-T'-i-Vr 
Cantan'kerous, Ent-NG- 

Er-Si 
Oanta'ta, En-T'or^-T 
Canteen', En-Tn^ 
Can'ter, Entr', Ent-Bdi, 

Entri-NG 
Can'terbury, Kntr-Bi-iJ 
Can'terbury-tale, Kntr- 

Bi-ij-T-L 
Cantliar'ides, E-N-TH>- 

iJ-Dz 
Can'tharls, E-N-THi-iJs 
Cant'-hook, Ent'-HTE 
Can'thus, K-N-THsi 
Can'tiole, En-T>-Kl 
Can'tilever, Kn--Ti-£-Tr 
Can'tillate, En-H-it ■ 
Oantilla'tion, En - T^ - 

Xshn I 



CAP 

Cantine', En-Tn» 
Cant'inBly, Knt-NG-L» 
Can'tle, EnT'-L 
Cant'Iet, Ent-£ti 
Oan'to, En-Ti 
Can'ton, En • Tn>, Kn- 

Tndi, Kn-Tni-NG 
Can'tonal, En-T>-Nl 
Can'tonize, En-T'-Nz 
Can'tonment, Kn-Ti-N- 

Mnt 
Cantoon', Kn-Tn^ 
Can'vaa, En-Vs' 
Can'vas-baok, En-Vsi-B- 

E 
Can'vass, En - Vsi, Kn- 

Vsti, Kn-Vsi-NG 
Can'vasser, Kn-Vs^-B 
Can'y, E^-N 
Can'yon, K-N-Yni 
Canzo'ne, En-Z'-N 
Canzonet', En-ZS-Nt 
Oaout'ohouo, E-CHs-E 
Cap, E-Pi, E-Pt', E-Pi-*rG 
Capabil'ity, E-P"B1- T 

[K-B1«-T] 
Ca'pable, E-P^-Bl [E-Bl^] 
Ca'pableness, E - P' - bi- 
ns [!Bs] ■ 
Capa'cious, E-P^-SHs 
Capa'oiously,E-p2-SH8-£ 
Capa'ciouBness, E - P" - 

Sffs-Ns 
Capao'itate, EtPs'-TJ, K- 

Ps'-T-Td, E-Psi-Tt-NG 
Capao'ity, E-Psi-T 
Cap-a-pie', K-ps-Pe 
Capar'isou, E - pi - B s- N, 

E-Pi-iis-Nd, E-P»-Ss-N- 

NG 
Cape, K-pa 
Cap'ellet, E-Pi-it 
Ca'per, E-Pr", E-Prd2, K- 

Pr2-NG 
Ca'perer, E-Pr^-B 
Ga'per-tree, E-Pr^-Tr 
Ca'pias, E-Ps^ 
Capilla'oeous, E-ps-i- 

SHs 
Capillament, E-ps-i- 

Mnt ■ 
Capillar'ity, E-pi-i-flt 
Cap'illary or Capillary, 

K-Pior^-i-ie 
Capil'liform, E-ps-i-F- 

B-M 
Cap'ital, E-Pti-L. Sea 

Capitol. 
Cap'italist, K-Pt'-Xst 
Capitaliza'tion, E - Pt' - 

Lzshn 
Cap'italize, E-Pt'-iz 
Cap'itally, E-Pt'-i 
Capita'tion, E-P^-Tslin 
Cap'ite, K-pi-T 
Cap'itol, E-Pi-Tl. See 

Capital. 
Cap'itoline, K-P'-T-Zn 
Capit'ular, E-Pts-X-K 
Capit'ulary, E-Pt^-i-iJ 



CAP 

Capit'ulate, K-PP-.tt, K- 

Pt» i-Td, K-Pta-rt-NG 
Capitula'tion, E - Pt^ - 

Lshn 
Capit'ulator, K Pt^-itr 
Capi'vi, K-P»-V 
Oap'nomanoy, K-pi-N- 

Mn-S 
Capooh', K-ps-CH 
Ca'pon, K-Pn« 
Caponiere', K-Pns-K 
Capot'. KPti 
Capote', K-Pt2 
Capouoh', K P'-CH 
Cap'reolate, K-Pr'-it 
Capric'oio, K-Prts-CH 
Caprice', K-Pre» 
Capri'cious, K-PrS-Sfls 
Capri'ciouBly, K - Pr^ - 
• SHa-L 
Capri'oiousness, K-PrS- 

SHa-THe 
Cap'rioom, K-Pri-Km 
Caprifica'tion, K - Prf = - 

Estin 
Cap'iift)mi,K-Pri-P-K-M 
Capri^enous,E-Pi»-j-Ns 
Cap'nole, K-Pr'-L 
Cap'-sheaf, K-pi-SH-F 
Cap'sioine, K-pi-8«-N 
CaD'aicum, K-P>-8K-M 
Capsize', K-P'-sZ, K-pi- 

sZd. K-pi-sZ-NG 
Caxi'stan, E-Ps>-Tn 
Cap'sular, K-p>-Bi-R 
Cap'sulary, K-pi-si-iS 
Cap'sulate, K-P'-sit 
Cap'sulated, K-P'-si-Td 
Cap' sale, k-Pb>-l 
Cap'tain, K-Pi-Tn [K-Pn' 
Oap'taincy, K-pi-Tu-8 

lor Pn-8] 
Oap'talnry, K-Pi-T-Nr 
Cap'tainsnip, K-Pi-Tn : 

SH 
Cap'tion, E-Pshni 
Uap'tious, K-P'-SHs 
Cap'tiously, K-Pi-BHs-£ 
Cap'tiou8nes8,E-Pi-<$fe- 

Ns 
Cap'tivate, K-Pti-vt, K- 

Pti-V-Td, K-Pti-Vt(-) 
Captiva'tion, K-Pta-Vshn 
Oap'tive, K-Pti-V 
Captiv'ity, K-Pt'-T-T 

(-Vt) 
Oap'tor, K-Ptr» 
Capt'ure, K-P'-CHr, K 

P'-CHrd, K-P'-CHr-NG 
Capuchin', K-P^-SHn 
Ca'put, K-pts 
Oa'put Mo'ituum, K-W- 

M-R-T-M 
Car, Kri 

Car'abine, E-i2>-Bn 
Oar'aok, K-i?i-K 
Car'acole, K-Je'-Kl 
Car'agheen, K-B'-Gn 
Car'amel, K-«i-Ml 
Car'apaoe, K-fii-Ps 



36 

Car'apaz, E-i2>-P-Es 

Oar'at, K-aP 

Car'avan or Caravan', 

E-ii>-Vn 
Caravan'sary or Cara^ 

van'serai, E-fi'-Vna-iS 
Car'avel, K -/ei-V-L 
Car'away, E-iJi-W t 
Car'bine, Er-Bni 
Carbineer', Er-Bn^-B 
Car'bon, Er-Bni 
Carbona'ceous, Er-Bn^ 

SHs 
Carbona'ri, Er-B'-Nr 
Car'bonate, Kr-Bi-N-T 
Car'bouated, Kr-B'-H-Td 
Carbou'io, Kr-B>-N-K 
Carbouif'erouB, Er-B*- 

N-F-ies 
Carboniza'tion, Er-B-- 

Nzskn 
Car'bonize, Kr - Bi - Nz, 

Er-Bi-Nzd, Er-B^-Nz-NG 
Car'boy, Er-Bi 
CarTjunole, Kr-Bi-NG-El 
CarTjunoled, Er-B»-NG- 

Eld 
Carbun'cular, Er-B^-NG- 

El-B 
Car'buret, Er-Bi-St 
Car'bureted, Er-B'-JJ-Td 
Car'canet, Er'-E-Nt 
Car'oass, Kri-Es 
Card, Erdi, Kr-Ddi, Erdi- 

NG 
Car'dajnine, Er-D'-Mn 
Car'damoni, Er-Di-M-M 
Card'-board, Krdi-Brd 
Card'er, Er-Dr' 
Car'diac, Er-Di-E 
Cardi'acal, Er-D'-El 
Oar'dialgy, Er-D'-i-J 
Car'dinal, Er-D'-Nl 
Car'dinalate, Er-D'-NI-T 
Car'dinalahip, Kr-D'-Nl; 

SE 
Car'dinal-bird, Er - D' - 

Nl-Brd 
Card'ing-engine, Erd> - 

NG-N- Jn 
Card'ing-machine, 

Erd'-NG-M-SHn 
Car'dioid, Er-Di-D 
Cardiol'ogy, Er-D>-i/-J 
Cardoon', Er-Dn^ 
Card'-table, Krdi-T-Bl 
Care, Er>, Erd>, Er»-NG 
Car'er, E-Rr' 
Careen', K-Bn», E-iJnds, 

E-iJn3-NG 
Career', K-B'-R, K-R'-R- 

D. E-«3-fl-NG 
Care'tuI, Er-Fi-Ii [Erf] 
Oare'fully,Erf-ii 
Care'fulness, Er-F'-L-Ns 

[Kri:Fs] ■ 
Care'less, Er-£si 
Care'lessiy, Er -/.s'-i 
Care'lessneBB, Et-z,6>-m 

[Eri iL» . 



CAR 

Carene', E-iJn' 
Caress', K-Rel', E-«st2, K- 

■ JJs'-NG 
Ca'ret, EKt^ 
Care'-wom, Er>.Wm 
Oar'go, Eri-G 
Cartbou, K-fii-B 
Car'ioature, Er-E-CHr<, 

Er-E-CHrd', Kr-E-CHr'- 
NG. See Character. 
Oar'ioaturistEr-E-OHrsti 
Ca'ries, K-Rzl 
Car'inate, E-ie'-Nt 
Car'inated, E-JJi-N-Td 
Car'iole, E-iJi-L 
Oarios'ity, E-Hsi-T 
Ca'riouB, E-Bs» 
Oark'ing, ErJ-E-NG 
Carl, Er-Li 
Car'line, Er-Zn* 
Car'ling, Er-i'-NG* 
Car'man, Er'-Mn 
Car'melite, Er-M-it' 
Carmin'ative, Er- M -N- 

Tv8 

Car'mine, Er'-Mn 
Car'nage, Er-N-Ji 
Car'nal, Er'-Nl 
Car'nalist, Eri-Nlst 
Oarnal'ity, Kr-Nl-T' 
Car'nalize, Er'-Nlz, Er"- 

■ Nlzd, Eri-Nlz-NG 
Car'uaUy, Kri-Nl 
Cama'tion, Er^-Nsbn 
Oamel'ian, £r-N-2,n> 
Oar'neous, Er-N-S' 
Car'ney, Eri-N 
Carniflca'tion, Er-N-F"- 

Eshn 
Car'nify, Er-N-Fi 
Gar'nival, Er-N-Vi-L 
Camiv'ora, Er-N-V»-B 
Carniv'orous, Er-N-V*- 

Rs 
Carnos'ity, Er-Ns-T^ 
Car'ob, E-B'-B 
Car'ol, E-BU, E-Bldi, E- 

flli-NG 
Carot'id, E-Bi-Td 
Carot'idal, E-Bi-T-Dl 
Carous'al, E-iJzi-L 
Carouse', K-Rz\ E-Bzd', 

K-ftzi-NG 
Carous'er, E-B'-Zr 
Carp, E-B'-P, E-Bi-Pt, E- 

Bi-P-NG 
Car'pal, Er-P'-L 
Car'penter, Er-Pntr» 
Car'pentry, Er-P'-N-Tr 
Carp'er, Er-Pr' 
Car'pet, Er-Pt', Er-Pi-Td, 

Er-Ptc)» 
Car'petlng, Er-Pt(-H 
Carphol'ogy, Er-F'-£-J 
Oarp'ing, Er-P'-NG 
Carp'ingly, Er-Pi-NGl 
Car'pollte, Er-P'-it 
Oarpol'ogy, Er-P>-i.-J 
Car'rack, E-Bi-E 
Carrageen', E-B'-Gn 



CAK 

Oar'rel, K-KU 
Oar'riage, K-ie'-J ^ 
Car'riageable, K-K'-J-Bl 
Oar'rier, K-R^-B 
Car'rion, K-Pni 
Car'rom, K-R'-M 
Carronade', K-fi2-N-D 
Car'rot, K-Rti 
Oar'roty, K-Bi-T 
Car'ry, K-fli, K-E»-D, K- 

Bi-NG 
Car'ry-all, K-R'-L 
Cart, Krti, Kr-Tdi, Krt'- 

NG 
Oart'age, Krt-Ji 
Carte-blanohe', Krti - 

Bln-SH 
Cartel' or Car'tel, Kr^or 

i-T-L 
Oart'er, Krtri 
Carte'sian, Kr-Tzlm' 
Carthu'sian, Er-TBzhn! 
Car'tilage, Ert-X'-J 
Cartilag'inous, Krt - ii - 

J-Ns 
Cartog'raphy, Krt-Gr-F' 
Car'ton, Kr-Tni 
Cartoon', Kr-Tn' 
Cartouch', Kr-Ts-SH 
Oar'tridge, Krt-«i-J 
Car'tridge-box, Krt-fii- 

J-B-Es 
Oart'-wheel, Erti-Wl 
Cart'-wright, Ert'-iJt 
Car'uncle, Eri-NG-El 
Carun'cular, Er-NG-El- 

BS 
Carun'culate, Er'-IfG- 

Elt 
Carve, Erv', Ervd', Krv^- 

NG 
Oar'vel, Kr-Vi-L 
Carv'er, Kr-Vr» 
Carv'ing, Erri-NG -■ 
CarT'ing-knife, Ervi - 

NG - N - F 
Carya'tes, E-B^-Tz 
Caryat'ic, E-fii-T-K 
Caryat'ld, E-K'-Td 
Caryat'ides, K-iJi-T-Dz 
Cas'cabel, Es-E-BU 
Cascade', Es^-Ed 
Cascaril'ia, Es-K-Bl» 
Case, Es!!, Est:, Es'-NG 
Case'barden, K'-sB-Dn 
Oa'seine, EsS-N 
Case' -knife, Es^-N-F 
Case'mate, E'-sMt 
Case'mated, E-sM-Tda 
Oase'ment, Ks-sMnt 
Ca'seons, K-sS8 
Oa'sern, E-Zm^ 
Oase'-shot, Ks'SHt 
Case'- worm, E^-sWr-M 
Cash, E-SHi, K-SHi-T, E- 

8H1-NG 
Oash'-aocount, E - SH' - 

K-Nt 
Oasli'-book, E-SHi-B-K 
Cashew', k-sh' 



37 

Cashier', E - SHr>, E - 

SHrd3, E-SHr»-NG 
Cash'mere, E-SH'-M-B 
Cashoo', E-SHs 
Cas'ing, Es^-NG 
Casi'no, Ks'-N 
Cask, Esi-E 
Cask'et, Es>-Et 
CascLue, Es'-E 
Cas'sada, Es-Di 
Cassa'tion, Ksshn' 
Cas'sava, Es-V> 
Oas'se-paper, Es-P'-Pr 
Cas'sia, K-SH> 
Oas'sidony, Es-D'-N 
Cas'simere, K-sM-Ki 
Cassl'no, Eb'-N 
Cas'sius, E-SHst 
Cas'sock, Es>-K 
Cas'sowary, K-sW'-H 
Cast, Ksti, BstCji 
Caata'nea, Es-T'-K 
Cas'tanet, Es-T'-Nt 
Cast'away, Es-T'-W 
Caste, Est' 
Caa'tellan, Es-T^-in 
Cas'tellany, Es-T'-i-N 
Cas'tellated, Es-T'-i-Td 
Cast'er, Estr' 
Cas'tigate, Es-T'-Gt, Es- 

T'-G-Td, Ks-Tl-Gt-NG 
Castiga'tion, Es-T>-Gslm 
Cas'tigator, Es-T'-Gtr 
Cas'tigatory, Ks-T'-G-T- 

B ' 
Oas'tile, Es-T'-L 
Cast'ing, EstC)" 
Cas'tle, Es-L' 
Cas'tle-builder, E-si'- 

Bldr 
Cas'tle-guard, K-si'-Grd 
Cas'tle-ward, E-Bi>-Wrd 
Cast'-off, Es-Tfi 
Cas'tor.Estri 
Castrameta'tion, E-sTr^ 

M-Tshn 
Cas'trate, K-sTrti, E-sTri' 

Td, E-6Trti(-) 
Castra'tion, E-sTrshn' 
Cas'trel, E-sTr>-L 
Castren'sian, E-eTr^-N- 

sN 
Casfual-ly, K-ZHU 
Cas'ualty, E-ZHU-T 
Cas'uist, E-ZHsti 
CSBuist'ic, E-ZHs'-T-K 
Ca3uist'ical,E-ZB63-T-El 
Cas'uistry, E-ZHs'-Tr 
Cat„Eti 
Cataoaus'tic, E-Ti-Es-T- 

E 
Catachre'sis, E-T8-Krss 
Cataohues'tic, E-T^-Ers- 

T-E 
Cataohroa'tical-ly,E-T2- 

Krs-T-El 
Cat'aolysm, E-T'-Kl-zM 
Cat'aoomb, E-T'-E-M 
Cataeous'tios, E-T'ors-K- 

sT-Es 



CAT 

Catadiop'tric, Et-D^-P- 

Tr-E 
Catadiop'trical, Et-D'-P- 

Tr-El 
Oataial'co, Et-Fi-i-E 
Catafalque', Et-Fi-i-E 
Cat'agraph, Et'-Grf 
Cataleo'tio, Et-i^-E-T-E 
Cat'alepay, Et-L'-P-S 
Oatalep'tio, Et-ia-P-T-K 
Cat'alogue, Et-ii-G 
Catal'pa, K-T'-L-P 
Catamaran', E-T>-M-Bn 
Catame'nia. E-TS-M-N 
Catame'nial, E-Ta-M-N- 

L 
Cat'amount, K-T'-Mnt 
Catapelt'io, Et-ps-i-T-E 
Cataphon'ics, Et-Fn>-Es 
Cat'aphraot,K-T>-Fr-K-T 
Oat'aplasm, Kt-Pl'-zM 
Cat'apult, Et-Pi-Lt 
Cat'araot, E-Tr'-Et 
Catarrh', E-Ti-E 
Catarrh'al, E-Ti-Hl 
Catarrh'ous, E-T'-fis 
Catas'trophe, E-Ti-sTr-F 
Cat'-bird, EU-Brd 
Oat'-oall, Et'-Kl 
Catch, E-CHi, K-CHt>, E- 

CHi-NG 
Catch'able, E-CH'-Bl 
Catch'er, E-CHri 
Catoh'penny, B-CHi-P-N 
Catch'pole, E-CH'-P-L 
Catch'up, E-GH'-P 
Catoh'-word, K-CH'-Wrd 
Catechet'io, E-T^-E-T-E 
Cateohet'ical-ly, S-T2- 

E - T - El' 
Cat'echise, E-T'-Ez, E- 

Ti-Kzd, E-Ti-Ez-NG 
Cat'eohiser, E-Ti-E-Zr 
Cat'eohism, E-T"-E-zM 
Cat'echlst, E-T'-Est 
Cateohist'ic, K-T»-Ks-T- 

E 
Catechist'ioal, E-T'-Es- 

T-El 
Cat'echu, K-Ti-K 
Cateohu'men, K-T3-E- 

Mn 
Categor'ioal-ly, Et'-Gr- 

El 
Cat'egory, Eti-Gr 
Catena'rian, Et-N-Bn^ 
Oat'enary, Kt-N-B' 
Cat'enate, Kt'-Nt, Et-N. 

Tdi, Eti-Nt-NG 
Catena'tion, Et^^-Nslin 
Ca'ter, Etr^, Etrd^, Etr^- 

NG 
Ca'terer, Ktr-B2 
iCa'teress, Etr-S' 
ICat'erpillar, Ktr-pi-i-B 
' Cat'erwaul, Etr-W'-Z. 
Cates, Ets^ 
■Cat'-flsh, Eti-F-SH 
Cat'gut, E-T'-Gt 
Cath'arist, E-TH'-flit 



CAT 

Cat'-harpin, Kti-H-fl-Pn 
Oat'-harping, Kti-H-iZ-P- 

NG 
Cathar'tio, K-TH'-B-T-K 

(Kthr-T'-K) 
Cathar'tlcal, K-TH'-^-T- 

Kl (Kthr-T'-Kl) 
Cat'-head, Kti-Hd 
Cath'edra or Cathe'dza, 

K-THior»-Dr 
Cathe'dral, K-THdrs-L 
Cath'eter, K-THtri 
Cat'-hole, Kti-Hl 
Cath'olio, K-THi-i-K [K- 

Cathol'icism, E-TH'-X- 

BzM CK-THi-szMl 
Catholicity, K-THs-is-T 
Oathol'ioize, K-TH'-isz 
Cathol'ieon,E-THi-i-Kn 
Cafkin, K-Ti-Kn 
Cat'ling, Kt-ii-NG 
Cat'mint, Eti-Mnt 
Oat'nip, Kt-N-pi 
Oat'-o'-nine'-tails, Kt - 

Nnt - izi 
Catop'tric, Kt-P'-Tr-K 
Catop'trical, Kt-pi-Tr-Kl 
Oatop'trioa, Kt-pi-Tr-Ks 
Oat'-pipe, Kt'-P^p 
Oat's'-cradle, Kt>-sKr-Dl 
Cat's'-eye, Kts'-i 
Cat'B'-foot, Ktsi-Ft 
Cat's'-paw, Kts'-P 
Cat's'-tail, Kte'-T-L 
Cat'-stick, Ktsi-T-K 
Cat'snp, Kts-pi 
Oat'tle, K-Tli 
Cat'tle-guard, K-Tl'-Sra 
Cat'tle-show, K-TV-SH 
Oauoa'sian, Kioi^-Kshu 
Oau'cus, Ki-Ks 
Cau'dal, K-DH 
Cau'date, K-Dt« 
Cau'dated, K-Di-Td ' 
Oau'dex, K-D'-Ks 
Cau'dle, K-DH 
Cauf, KP 
Cau'fle, K-Fi-L 
Caught, Et^ 
Caul, E-Li 

Caules'eent, E-£s2-Nt 
Caulif'erouB, K-f-F-Hs 
Cau'liflower, K-ii-Fl-R 
Caua'able, Ez-bi-l 
Caus'al, Ez-Li 
Oausal'ity, K-zL'-T 
Causa'tion, Kzshn' 
Caus'ative, Ez-Tvi 
Caus'atively, Ez-Ti-Vl 
Cause, Kzi, Ez-D' (See 

Cost). Ezi-NG 
Cause'less, ^-zLs^ 
Oause'lessness, E-z£b1- 

Ns I'.Ls] 
Caus'er, E-Zr' 
Cause'way, E-zW' 
Oau'sey, E-Z' 
Oaus'tio, Es-T^-E 
Caus'tical-ly, Es-Ti-Kl 



38 

Caustio'ity, Es-Ts'-T 
Oau'ter, Etr' 
Oau'terisnij Etr-Zi-M 
Cauteriza'tion,Etr-Z8lin!^ 
Cau'terize, Ktr-Zi, Ktr- 

zai, Etr-Z'-NG 
Cau'tery, E-Tr> 
Cau'tion, Eshii», Eslmd>. 

Eshni-NG 
Cau'tionary, Eehn-jii 
Cau'tioner, Eslin-Ki 
Cau'tious, E-SHsi 
Cau'tiously, K-SHs'-i 
Cau'tiousness,E-SHsi-Ns 
Cav'aloade, Ev-ii-E-D 
Cavalier", Ev-i^-K. s< 

Caviler, 
Cavalier'ly, Ev-i»-E-z; 
Cav'alry, Kv-L^-B 
Cavati'na, E-V^-T-N 
Cave, Eva, Kvd2, Ev^-NG 
Ca'voat, E-V2-T 
Cav'endish, K-VnS^-SH 
Cav'ern, Ev-fini 
Cav'enious, Ev-iSn'-S 
Oav'iar, E-V'-B 
Caviare', E-Vs-K 
CaVil, E-Vi-L, K-yi-Ld. 

E-Vl-L-KG 
Cav'iler, K-Y'-Z-E. See 

Cavalier. 
Cav'ity, E-V'-T 
Caw, El, K-Di Ei-NG 
Cawk'er, lii-Kr 
Cay'enne, K^-N 
Cay'man, E^-Mn 
Cay'mans, E^-Mnz 
Cazique-, Ez^-E 
Cease, Sus, Bsts, Sss-NS 
Cease'less, Ss^-Zs 
Cease'lessly, Ss/'-Ls-L 
Ceaa'ing, Ss8-NG 
Ce'dar, sDi» 
Ce'dam, sDS-Bn 
Cede, sDS, sBd", sDS-NG 
Cediiaa; bD'-L 
Oe'drine, sDm' 
Ceil, 6i», sL'-D, bU'-TSQ 
Ceiled, si3-D 
Ceil'ing, sLs-NQ 
Cel'andine, si'-N-Dn 
Oerebrant, sL^-Brnt 
Cerebrate, Bi^-Brt, sL^ 

Br-Td, Btii-BrtC) 
Cerebrated, si2 -Br-Td. 
Celebra'tion, BiS-Brshn 
Cel'ebrator, Bi^-Brtr 
Celeb'rity, sZ^-Br-T 
Celer'ity, sL'-B-T 
Cel'ery, sL^B 
Celes'tial, sisS-CH-L 

Oeles'tially, sis'-CH-i 
•[sie'-i] 

Celes'tine, sLs'-Tn 
Ce'liao, bL»-E 
Celib'aoy or Cel'ibaoy, 

BiSoj-a-B-S 
Cel'ibate, sxa-Bt 
Cell, sL<' 



CEN 

Cel'lar, sX^-E 
Cel'larage, eL^-R-J 
Cel'larer, Bi^-Er 
Cel'larist, si^-fist 
Cell'ulse, sL'-L 
Cell'ular, si^-i-E 
Cell'ulated, sL'-L-Td 
Cell'ule, Bi^-L 
Cellulif'eroua, Bi»-i-F- 

Bs 
Cell'ulose, sL^-Ls 
Celt, sLt' 
Celt'io, Bi!!-T-E 
Celt'icism, Bi^-T-szH 
Cem'ent or Cement', 

BMnW 
Cement', sMnts, BMn-Td^, 

BMnt2-NG 
Cementa'tion, sltln- 

Tshna 
Cement'er, aMnta* 
Cem'etery, sMt-K» 
Cen'atory, eN-T^-iJ 
Cen'obite, BK-Bt* 
Cenobit'io, sN-Bt^-E 
Cenobit'ibal, BN-Bt^-El 
Oen'otaph, sN-Tf* 
Cenae, sSs«, BNsta, bNs»- 

NG 
Cens'er, bN-sH^ 
Gen'aor, sN-Kie^ 
Oenao'rial, sN-sOT 
Genao'rian, sN-siJnS 
Cenao'rioua, kN -nBh' 
Censo'riously, sH-sB^-isL 
"lenao'rioaanesa, sN - 

Cen'Borahip, sN-sH2:SH 
Cen'aurable-y, sN-SHr^- 

Bl 
Cen'aurableneaa, bN - 

SHi-s-Bl-Ns C!Bs] 
Cen'Bure, bN-8Hi*, bN- 

SHrd2, sN-SHl«-NG 
Cen'surer, sN-SHi«-R 
Cen'sus, bNss' 
Cent, sNt? 
Cent'age, sNt-J' 
Cen'taur, bN-T^-E 
Cen'taury, sN-T= B 
Centena'rian, BNt-N-Kn» 
Cen'tenary, sNt-JJ-ija 
Centen'nial, sNt-N-Ls 
Cen'ter, sNtr», sN-Trd*, 

sNti-S-NG 
Cen'ter-bit, sNtr^-Bt 
Cen'tering, aNtrS-NQ 
Centea'imal, sN-Ta-sM-C 
Centesima'tion, BN-Ta- 

sMshu 
Centifol'ioua, sNt-F2-£s 
Cen'tigrade, sNt^-Grd 
Cen'tigramme, sNts-Gr- 

M 
Ceutil'oquy, sN-T'-t-Kw 
Oentil'iter or Cen'tai- 

ter, sN-T3or2-itr 
Centime', bN-ts-M 
Centim'eter or Ceu'ti- 

meter, sN-TSoT-a-Mtr 



CEN 

Cen'tinel, BNt-N-L« 
Cen'tiped or Centi- 
pede, sNt-Pd" 
Cen'to, sN-Ta 
Cen'tral-ly, sNt-Hl» 
Central'ity, sNt-jeiuT 
Centraliza'tion, sNt - 

Oen'tralize, sNt - Blzs, 

sNt .Rlzd<, BNt-£lz>-Na 
Cen'tre, BNtrs 
Cen'trio, sNtrS-K 
Cen'tpioal-ly, 8Ntr»-Kl 
Ceutrio'ity, sNtrs-Ts 
Centrifugal, sNtr-Fs-Gl 
Centrip'etal, sNt>P»-Tl 
Cen'try, sN-Tr» 
Centum'vir, sN-TS-MrVr 
Centuni'viral, sN-T^-M- 

Vr-L 
Centum'virate, sN-T'- 

M-Vrt 
Centum'viri, bN-T'-M- 

Vr 
Cen'tuple, sN-TS-Pl, sN- 

Ts-Pia. sN-Tii-Pl-NQ 
Centu'pUcate, sN-T»-Pl- 

Et 
Centu'rial, sN-T»-iZl 
Centu'rion, sN-T'-fln 
Cent'ury, sN-T2-H 
Ceph'alalgy, bB^-L-L-3 
Oephal'ic, sF'-L-K 
Cephalog'raphy, sF'-i- 

Gr-F 
Cepb'alopod or Ceph- 

al'opod, sF2ori-i-Pd 
Oera'ceous, siiS-SHs 
Ceram'ic, sB'-M-K 
Ceras'tes, aKsi-Tz 
Ce'rate, aSt^ 
Ce'rated, aiJs-Td 
Cere, 8K», sKds, 8B?-Na 
Ce'real, bB^-Ia 
Cerea'lia, aB?-L 
Cer'ebel, sfi^B-L (or -BI) 
Cerebel'la, alP-B-L 
Cerebellar, s^-B-£-B 
CereberiouB, sR?-'B-La 
Cerebel'lum, siP-B-il-M 
Cer'ebral. s/J^-Br-L 
Cer'ebmm, sSs-Br-M 
Cere'oloth, bR^-KI-TH 
Cere'ment, sH»-Mnt 
Ceremo'nial, sK^-M-N-L 
Ceretno'nioua, sB--II-N8 
Ceremo'uiously, bB'-m- 

Ns-L 
Oer'emony, sB^-M-N 
Ce'reous, sRt? 
Ce'rium, sE^-M 
Cerograph'io, sBi-Gr(-K 
Cerograph'ical, B£>-Gr- 

F-Kl 
Oerog'raphy, bR^-Qv-V 
Ceroon'j sRn' 
Cer'tain, sBt^-N 
Cer'tainly, sKt^-Nl 
Cer'tainness, BiJts-N-Ns 
Cer'tainty, B«t»-N-I 



39 

iCertificate, (n.) sBt'-F- 

KT [siets-Fj 
Certificate, (v.) siit^-F- 

K-T, si«ti-F-K-Td, B«t»- 

P-K-T-KG 
Certiflca'tion, sRi^ - F - 

Eshn 
Oer'tifier, sHtz-F-E 
Cer'tify, bRV^-F, s/Zts-Fd, 

B«t2-F-NG 

Certlora'ri, BB'or2-SH-B- 

R 
Cer'titude, Bltts-Td 
Ceru'lean, aR'-Ln 
Oeru'leous, sB'-is 
Ceru'men, BE^-Mn 
Ce'ruse, sBss 
Ce'rused, s£st< 
Oer'vical, sB2-V-Kl 
Cer'vine, BiZ^-Vn 
Cesa'rean, BZ'-fin 
Cespiti'tious, sbP'-T-zSH 
Oes pitose, bsP^-Ts 
Ces'pitous, BsPs-Ts 
Cesaa'tion, Bsiin' 
Cesaa'vit, sS^-Vt 
Ces'sion, bSEii> 
Ceaa'-pool, Ss^-P-L 
Oes'tus, ssTs2 
Cesu'ra, sza-a 
Ceta'cea, sV-SH 
Ceta'cean, sT^-SHn 
Ceta'ceous, bTS-SHs 
Oetol'ogy, sTi-t-J 
Chafe, CHP, CHftz, CHP- 

NG 
Chaf er-y, CH2-Fr 
Chafe'-wax, CHP-W-Ks 
Chaff, CHf , CHfti, CHfi- 

NQ . 
Chaffer, CHI-Fp, CHi- 

Frd, CHi-Fr-NG 
Chafferer, CH>-Fr-E 
Chaf fluoh, CHP-N-CH 
Chaffy, CHi-F 
Chafing-dish, CHfs-NG- 

D-SH 
Chagreen', SH^-Qm 
Chagrin', SHS-Gm. SH'- 

Grnd, SH'-am-TSa 
Chain, CHn', CHnd^, 

CHnii-NG 
Chain'er, CH^-Nr 
Cbaih'less, CE^-Nls 
Chain'-shot, CHn»-SHt 
Chair, CH'-B, CH»-Ed, 

CB.'-B'sa (CHri, eto.) 
Chair'man, CH'-Mn 
Chair'nianship, CHr'- 

Mn:SH 
Chaise, SHz' 
Chalced'ony cr Chal'- 

cedony, Kla-DW-N 
Chalcog'rapher, El-E- 

Gr - Fr^ 
Chaloog'raphist, El - K - 

Gr-Fsti • 
Chalcog'raphy, El - E - 

Gr-F» 
Chalda'ic, El-D'-E 



CHA 

Chalde'an, El-Dna 
Chal'dee or Chaldee', 

El-D>or3 
Chal'dron, OHli-Dnt 
Chal'ice, CH'-is 
Chalk, CHi-E, CHi-Et, 

CHl.-E-NG 
Chalk'iness, CH'-E-Nb 
Chalk'-stone, CH1-Eb-Tu 
Chalk'y, CH'-E 
Chanenge, CHli-N-J, 

CHU-N-Jd. CHll-N-J-NG 

Chariengeable, CHU^- 

J-Bl 
Chal'Ienger, CSli-N-Jr 
Chal'lis,Sfl^i-i 
Chal'ly, sui-L 
Chalyb'eate, El-B'-T 
Cham, Ei-M 
Chamade', SH^-Md 
Cham'ber, (re.) CH2(-M)- 

Br 
Cham'ber, (v.) CH'-M- 

Br, CH2-M-Brd, CHa-M- 

Br-NG 
Cham'ber-oounoil, CHS 

(-Mj-Br-E-si 
Cham'ber-oounselor, 

CH2{-M)-Br-E-Bi-E 
Cham'berer, CH2(-m:)- 

Br-B 
Cham'berlain, CH2(-M)- 

Br-£n 
Cham'berlainship, CHS 

(-M)-Br-Z,ll:SH 
Cham'bermaid,CH!(-M}- 

Br-Md 
Cham'brel, CHi-M-Br-L 
Chame'leon, K-M-Ln' 
Chameleonize, E - M - 

ins-z 
Cham'fer, CHi - M - Fr, 

CHi-M-Frd, CHi-M-Fr- 

NG 
Cham'ferer, CH'-M-Fr-B 
Cham'fret, CHi-M-Frt 
Cham'oia, SH'-M 
Cham'omile, K'-M-Ml 
Champ, CH>-M-P, CHi- 

Mt, CH'-M-P-NG 
Champagne', SH^-M-Pn 
Cham'per, CH'-M-Pr 
Cham'pertor, SH' - M - 

Prtr 
Cham'perty, SH'-M- Pr-T 
Cham'pion, CHi-M-Pn, 

CH'-M-Pn-D, CH'-M-Pn- 

NG 
Cham'pionship, CHi-M- 

Pn:SH 

Chance, CHnsi, CHnsti, 

CHns'-NG 
Chan'cel, CH'-N-aL 
Chan'cellor, CHi-N-sL-R 

[or CH'-si-Bl 
Chan'cellorship, CH' - 

s£-E:SH 
Chan'cery, CH'-Ns-a 

ICHl-siJ] 
Chan'ore, SHi-NG-Er 



CHA. 

Ohan'orous, SH'-NG-Krs 
Chandelier', SH»-N-D- 

LR 
Chand'ler, CH'-N D-i-B 
Chand'lery, CH'-N-D-L- 

B 
Chaudoo', CHS-N-D 
Chan'dry, CHi-N-Dr 
Change, CH^-N-J, Cfl^-N- 

Jd, CHS-N-J-NG [CHI!, 

CHd2, CHC)"] 
Changeabil'ity, CH^-N- 

J-Bl-T [CH»-Bm 
Ohange'atale-y, CHS-N- 

J-Bl .[CH2-B1] 
Change'ableneBS, CR'- 

N-J-Bl-Ns [CH2!Bs] 
Ohange'fiil-ly, CHS-N-J- 

Fl [CH!i-Fl] 
Change'fulness, CH'-N- 

J-n-Ns [CH2:FS3 
Change'less, CH'-N-J-Xg 

[CH2-is] 
Chauge'ling, CK'-TS-J-L- 

NG [CH2-i-NG] 
Chang'er, CH2-N-Jr [CH^- 

Jr] 
Chan'nel, CHi-Nl, CH>- 

Sid, CHi-Nl-NG 
Chant, CHnti, CHi-N-Td 
' CHnti-NG 
Chant'er, CHntri 
Chanficleer, CH' - Nt ■ 

El-B 
Chant'ing, CHnt^-KG 
Chant'resB, CH»-N-Trg 
• Ohant'ry, OHi-N-Tr 
Cha'os, E-Sii 
Chaofic, K-Ti-K 
Chap, CH'-P, CHi-Pt, CHi 

P-NG 
Chap'arral, CH'-P-2fl 
Chap'book, CHi-P-B-K 
Chape, CH2-P 
Chap'eau, SHi-P 
Chap'eau Bras, SH'-P 

Br 
Chap'el, CHi-Pl 
Chap'eUany, CH>-P1-N 
Chap'ellet,CH>-Pl-T. See 

Chaplet 
Chap'elry, CHi-Pl-B 
Chap'eron, SHi-p-itn, 

SHi-P-JBnd, SHi-P-fln- 

NG 
Chap'-fallen, CH»-P-F- 

Ln 
Chap'iter, CH>-Ptr 
Chap'lain, CHi-Pln 
Ohap'lainoy, CHi-Pln-S. 
Ctaap'lainship, CH>-Pln: 

SH 
Chap'let, CHi-P-£t. See 

Ghapellet. 
Chap'man, CH>-P-Mii 
Chaps, GHi-Ps 
Chap'ter, CHi-Ptr 
Chap'trel, CH'-P-Tr-L 
Char, CHi-B (meaning 

Chore) 



40 

Char, CHI . E, CHI - Ed, 

CHi-R-NG 
Char'aoter, Kr'-Ktr. Bee 

Caricature. 
Characteris'tic, Kr-Ktr- 

Sts-K lKr8-Ks-K] 
Characteris'tical-ly, 

Kr-Ktr-St3-Kl [Kr8-KB-Kl 
Characteris'tios, Kr-Ktr- 

St»-Ks [Kr3-Ks-Ks] 
Characteriza'tion, Er- 

Ktr-ZBhn2 
Ohar'aoterlze,Kr-Ktr-Zi, 

Kr-Etr-Zdi,Kr-Etr- ZI- 
NG 
Char'acterlesB, Kr - E - 

Tr-Ze 
Charade', SH'-iZ-D 
Char'coal, CHi>-El 
Chard, CHi-Bd 
Chare, CB>-E (meaning 

Chore, which see) 
Charge, CHr'-J, CHr>- 

J-D, CHr>-J-NG [CH», 

CHdi, CHC)>] 
Charge'able-y, CHri-J- 

Bl [CHJ-Bl] , 
Charge'ablenesa, CHri- 

J-Bl-Ns [CHMBs] 
Charge' d' Afibires', 

SHr2-ZH D!-rr 
Char'ger, CHr'-Jr 
Charge'ship, SHrS-ZH : 

SH 
Char'ily, CH'-R-L 
Char'iness, CH'-A-Ns 
Char'iot, CHi-ZJ-T 
Chariotee', CH'-iJ-T 
Charioteer', cm-B-TS 
Cha'rlsm, E-B^-zM 
Ohar'itable-y, CHrt'-Bl 
Char'ltableness, CHrt>- 

Bl-Ns CSBS] 
Char'ity, CHi-B-T 
Charivari', SH'-K-V-K 
Char'latan, SHri-i-Tn 
Charlatanism, SHr'-L- 

Tn-Z-M [or -T-zM] 
Char'latanry, SHr'-£-T- 

Nr 
Charles's' "Wain, CHr'- 

Zz-Wn 
Charaotte-Busse, SHr>- 

Lt-Rs 
Charm, CHr'-M, CHr'- 

Md, CHri-M-NG 
Charm'er, CHr>-M-E 
Charm'ful, CHr»-M-Fl 
Charm'ing, CHri-M-NG 
Charm'ingly, CHr' - M - 

NGl 
Char'nel, CHr'-Nl 
Char'nel-house, CHr^ - 

Nl-Hs 
Charred, CH>-Ed 
Ohar'ry, CHi-« 
Chart, CH'-fet 
Char'ta, Er-T> 
Charta'ceouB, 'Kr-T^-SHs 
Charte, SH>-Bt 



CHE 
Char'ter, CHiti-E, CHrt»- 

Ed, CHrt'-Ze-NG 
Char'terer, CHrt>-E-B 
Char'ter-party, CHrt'-iS- 

Chart'ism, CHrt'-Z-M 
Chart'ist, CHrt>-St 
Ohar'y, CH'-« 
Chase, CHs^ CHst^, CHs>- 

NG 
Chas'er, CH^-sB 
Chas'ible, CHz'-Bl 
Chasm-y, Ei-zM 
Chas'seur, 8Hs>-B 
Chaste, CHst^ 
Chaste'ly, CH«-sT-z; 
Chas'ten, CHsS-N, CHs^- 

Nd, CHB2-N-NG 
Chaa'teuer, CUs^-Nr 
Chaste'ness, CHsti'-Ns 
Chastis'able, CHi-sTz-Bl 
Chastise', CHi-sTz, CRi- 

BTzd, CH'-bTz-NG 
Chas'tisement, OH'-sT- 

zMnt 
ChastiB'er, CH>-sT-Zr 
Chas'tity, CB'-sT-T 
Chas'uble, CHz'-Bl 
Chat, CHP, CH»-Td, CHti- 

NG 
Chateau', SH'-T 
Chat'elet, SH^-T-Lt 
Chat'ellany, Sffi-T-i-N 
Chatoy'ant, Sffi-T-N-T 
Chat'tel, CHi-Tl 
Chat'ter, CHtrS CHtrdi, 

CHi-Tr-NG 
Chattera'tion,CH2-Tr8hn 
Chat'ter-box, CH'-Tr-B- 

Es 
Chat'terer, CH>-Tr-E 
Chat'tering, CHi-Tr-NG 
Chat'ty, CHi-T 
Chaud'-medley, SH~D- 

M-Dl 
Chaul'dron, CHl'-Dm 
Chaunt, CHnt^ 
Chaw, CHI, cHd', CHi- 

NG 
Cheap, CH»-P 
Cheap'en, CH'-Pn, CH»- 

Pnd, CH»-Pn-NG 
Cheap'ener, CHS-P-Nr 
Cheap'ly, CH«-P1 
Cheap'ness, CH'-P-Ns 
Cheat, CHt8, OH" - Td, 

CHts-NG 
Cheat'er, CHtr" 
Cheat'ing, CHt'-NG 
Check, CH2-E, CH^-Kt, 

CH2-K-NG 
Cheok'er, CH'-Er, CH'- 

Erd. CH2-Er-NG 
Check'er-work, CH»-Er- 

Wr-K 
Cheok'er-berry, CH^-Er- 

B-K 
Check'er-board, CH« - 

Er-Brd 
Cheok'ers, CH^-Erz 



CHE 

Checktnate, CHi-s.Mt, 

0H2-K-M-Td, CHa - K - 

MtC) 
Cheek'-roll, CHS-K-Kl 
Cheek, CH^-E 
Cheek'-tooth, CH'-K-T- 

TH 
Cheep, CHs-P 
Cheer, CHra, CHrd", CHr». 

KG 
Cheer'er, CHr»-R 
Oheer'fiil-ly, CHrs - Fl 

[CHrfU] 

Cheer'fulness, CHr'-ri- 

Ns [:rs] 
Oheer'ily, CHrs-i 
Cheer'iness, CHrS-Ns 
Cheer'ingly, CHrS-NGl 
Cheer'less, CSt'-La 
Cheer'lessuess, ciLi'-Ls- 

Cheerty, CBf-L 
Cheer'y, CB?-R 
Cheese, CHz^ 
Cheese'-cake, CH^-zK-K 
Oheeae'-mite, CHs-zMt 
Cheese'-monger, CH^ 

zM -NG-Gr 
Cheese'-press, CHz^-Prs 
Cheese'-vat, CHzs-Vt 
Chees'y, CHs-z 
Cheet, CHt», CH'-Td, 

CHt=-NG 
Chef-d'oeuvre', SH«-D- 

Vr 
Cheg'oe, cm-a 
Chee're, CH^-Gr 
ChePiform, Kl-F^-E-M 
Chelo'nian, E-Z^-Nu 
Chem'ic, E^-M-E 
Chem'ioal-ly, E^-M-El 
Chem'icals, E'-M-Elz 
Chemise', SH^-Mz 
Chemisette', sh^-Mz-t 
Chem'ist, E'-Mst 
Chem'istry, E-Me-Tr> 
Chenille', SHS-N-L 
Checque, CH^^-E 
Cheoq'uer, CH2 Er 
Cher'ish, CHr^-SH, CHr2- 

SHt, CHri'-Sfl'-NG 
Cher'isher, CHr'-SHr 
Cheroot', CHs-«t 
Cher'ry, CH2-« 
Cher'sonese, Er-S^-Nz 
Chert, cm-m 
Cher'ub, CH2-iS-B 
Cheru'bio, CHs-B-B-K 
Cheru'bioal, CHa-B-B-El 
Cher'ubim, CH2-i5-B-M; 
Cher'up, CH^-ij-p 
Ches'ible,CHz:-BI 
Chess, CHs^ 

Chess' -board, CHMB-Kd 
Chess'-man, CH'-sMn 
Chest, CHst: 
Chest'nut, CHs'-Kt 
Che'tah, CHs-T 
Chev'achie, SH>-r-SH 
Chev'age, OHvs- J 



41 

Cheval', SHi-Vl 
Chevalier', SH«-V1-B 
Chevaux'-ae-friBe,.SHS- 

V-D-Frz 
Chev'erll, CH^-Vr-I, 
Chev'isance, SHS-v-zNs 
Chev'ron, SHS-Vm 
Ohev'y, CH2-V 
Chew, CHS, cHds, CHS- 

NG 
Ohia'ro-osou'ro, K-B'-S- 

K-R 
Chibouque' or Chi- 
bouk', CH3-B-E 
Chicane', 8H'-En 
Chicau'er, SH^-K-Nr 
Chican'ery, SH'-Eu-B 
Chio'ory, CH^-Er 
Chich, CHs-CH 
Chick, CH8-E 
Chick'en, CHS-En 
Chick'adee, CH3-E-D 
Chick'aree, CHs-E-B 
Chick'en-hearted, CH»- 

En-iJ-Td 
Chiok'en-pox, CHs - En - 

P - Es 
Chick'-pea, CH^.E-P 
Chick'-weed, OH^-E-wD 
Chide, CHi-D, CH'-Dd, 

CHi-D-NG 
Chid'er, CH'-Dr 
Chie^ CH£a 

Chier -baron, CHP-B-Hn 
Chief'-iustice,CHP-Js-T3 
Chiefly, CHs-Fl 
Chieftain, CHtta-N 
Chieftaincy, CHftS-N-S 
Chieftainship, CHt^-N: 

SH 
Chiffonier', BHS-Fn-B 
Chig'oe, CHS-G 
Ohig're, CH^-Gr 
Chil'blain, CH1»-Blii 
Child, CHldi 
Child'-bearing, CHldi- 

B-fi-NG 
Cbild'bed, CHldi-Bd 
Child'birth,' CHldi-B-iS- 

TH 
Childe, CHldi 
Chil'dermas-day, CHl'- 

Dr-Ms-D 
Child'hood, CHld'-Hd 
Child'ish, CHldi-SH 
Child'ishly, CHldi-SB-1 
Child'ishness,CHldi-SH- 

Ns 
Child'less, CHldi-£s 
Child'lessness, CHld' - 

i^B-Ns V.Lb] 
Child'like, CHld'-X-E. 
Chil'dren, CHF-Dm 

CCHlaj ' 
Chll'iarch, E-i»-K-E 
Chil'iarohy, E-i^-K-E 
Chil'iasm, E-2.»-z-M 
Chil'iast, E-/.sts 
Chill, CH'-L, CH3-Ld 

CH»-L-N& 



CHt^ 



Chilli, CW-L 
Chill'iness, CHS-t-Ns 
Chill'ness, CHs-L-Ns 
Chill'y, CH'-L 
Chimb, CHi-M 
Chime, CHi-M, CHi-Md, 

CH'-M-NG 
Chim'er, CHi-M-K 
Chime'ra, E-M-ija 
Chimer'ioal-ly,E2-Mr-El 
Ohim'ney, chs-m-N 
Chim'uey-pot, CH»-M-N- 

Pt 
Chim'ney-swallow, 

CHS-M-Ns-W-L 

Chim'ney-sweep, CH»- 

M-Ns-W-P 

Ohim'ney-»weeper, 

CH'-M-Ns-W-Pr 
Chimpaii'zee,CHi-M-Pn- 

Z 
Chin, can' 
Chi'na, CH'-N 
Chi'na-aster, CH'-N-Str " 
Chi'na-ware, CH'-N-Wr 
Ohino'apin, CH»-NG-K- 

Pn 
Chinch, CB'-WCS 
Chinchil'la. CH^.N-CH-i 
Chin'cough, CHS-N-Ef 
Chine, CHn> 
Chink, CH3.NG-E, CH'- 

NG-Et, CH3-NG-E-NG 
Ohink'y, CHS-NG-E 
Chin'quapin, OH>-NG- 

Ew-Pn 
Chinse, CHns» 
Chintz, CHnts3 
Chip, CHS-P, CH3-Pt, CHS- 

P-NG 
Chip'-hat, CH3-P-Ht 
Chip'munk, CHs-P-M- 

NG-E 
Chip'muck, CHs-P-M-K 
Ohip'py, CH»-P 
Chira'gra, K-R'-Gi 
Chirk, CHr2-E 
Chi'rograph, Er'-Grf 
Chirog^rapher, Er - Gr - 

Fr' 
Chirograph'io,Er»-Grf-E 
Chirograph'ical, Er-Gr- 

Fi-El 
Chirog'raphist, Er-Gr- 

Fst> 
Chirog'raphy, Er-Gr-F' 
Ohirorogy, Er-£i-J 
Cbi'romancer, Er-H-Ns- 

Ri 
Chi'romancy, Er-Mn-S' 
Chiron'omy, Eri-N-M 
Chirop'odist, Er-Pi-Det 
Chirp, CHr2-P, CHrS-PJi 

CHrS-P-NG 
Chirp'er,.CHr2-Pr 
Chir'rup, CH^-iJ-P, OH' 

S-Pt, CH=-ie-P-NG 
Chirur'geon, Er-iJ»-Jn 
Chirur'gery, Kr-B'J-B 
IChirur'giC, Er-£M-E 



CHI 

Chirur'gical, Kr-H=-J-Kl 
Cbis'el, CHs-zi, 0H3-Zld, 

CHs-Zl-NG 
Chis'eler, ch'-zi-b 
Chis'ley, CH^-Zli 
Chit, CHt3 
Chlt'ohat, 0Ht8-CHt 
Chi'tine, K-Tni 
Chi'tinous, K-T'-Ns 
Chlt'terlmgs, CH»-Tr-Z- 

NGz 
Ohit'ty, CH'-T 
Chiv'alrio, SE'-Vl-R-K 
Chiv'alrous, SHS-Vl-iJs 
Chiv'alTOUBly, SH»-V1- 

R-bL 
Chiv'alry, BW-Yl-B 
Chive, CHvi 
Chives, CHvzi 
Chlo'rate, Kl-BV>. See 

Chloride, 
Chlo'ric, Kl-iP-K 
^ Chlo'ride, Kl-ie^-D. Bee 

Chlorate. 
Chlorid'iO, Kl-B'-D-K 
. Chlo'ridize, Kl-ija-Dz 
Chlo'rine, m-Bn^ 
Chlo'T^lhn, El-B'-r 

(-E-M) 
Chlo'rophyl, Kl-ie>-r-L 
Chlo'rous, E1-Bbs 
Chock, CHi-E, CHi-Et, 

CH'-K-NG 
Chock'fuU, CH'-K-F-L 
Choc'olate, CHi-E-£t 
Choice, OHsi, CH^-bB, 

CHi-ssT 
Choioe'ly, OHi-si 
Choice'ness, CHe'-Nb 
Choir, Ew-Ri 
Choke, CE3-E, CHi-Et, 

CH2-E-NG 
Choke'-cherry, CHS-E- 

cH-ie 
Choke'-damp, CH'-E-D- 

M-P 
Ohoke'-fuU, CHS-E-P-L 
Choke'pear, CHs-E-P-K 
Chok'er, CH>-Er 
Ohok'y, CH2-E 
Chol'er, E-Lr> 
Chol'era, K-Lt'- 
Ohol'erio, K-Li^-K 
Chol'ericly, E-ir>-El 
Chol'erine, E-iri-N 
Choles'teno or Choles- 

ter'io, E-is«-Tr-K 
Cho'mer, E^-Mr 
Choose, CHz3, CHz«-NG 
Choos'er, CH»-Zr 
Chop, C!H'-P, CHi-Pt, CH'- 

P-NG 
Chop'-house, CHi-P-Hs 
Chop'in, CH'-Pn 
Chop'per, CH'-Pr 
Chop'ping, CHi-P-NG 
Chopa, CHi-Ps 
Chop'stieks,CHi-P«-T-Es 
Cborae'ic, E-ii'-J-E 
C»io'r£l-ly, K-S» 



43 

Chord, Erdi, Er -^d', 

Krdi-NG 
Chore, CH^-B 
Cho'rea, E-Je" 
Choree', K-E' 
Cho'riamb, E-K^-M-B 
Choriam'bio, E-B»-M-B- 

E 
Choriam'buB, E-B'-M-Bs 
Cho'rist, E-iesta 
Chor'iBter, E-iJstr» 
Chorog'rapher, Er - Gr - 

ChorogTaph''ical, Er-Gr- 

Fi-El 
Ohorog'raphy, Er-Gr-F' 
Oho'roid, E-iJs-D 
Cho'rus, E-ite> 
Chose, (meaning a thing) 

SHz2 
Chose, CHz2 
Chos'en, CHz'-N 
Chough, CHf^ 
Chouse) CHbI, CHst', 

CHs'-NG 
Chow'chow, CH'-CHow 
Chow'der, CH'-Dr 
Chrestom'athy, Ers-T' 

M-TH 
Chrism, Ei^-zM 
Cbris'mal, Er-zM-L^ 
Chrismation,Er>-zMBlin 
Cbris'matory,Er-zMl)-£' 
Christ, Ersti 
Christ'-cross-row, Er^ 

bEf-bB" 
Cbris'ten, ErB'-N, Ers'- 

Nd, Erea-N-NG 
Chris'tendom, Ers-N-D*- 

M 
Chris'tian, Ere-CHn [Er»] 
Christianity, Ers-OHnt^ 
Chrlstlaniza'tion, Ers- 

CH^-Nz>An 
Cbrls'tianize, Eis-CH^- 

Hz, Ers-CHa-Nzd, Etb- 

CHS-Nz-NG , 
Ctaris'tianly, Ers-CHK-Nl 
Christ'less, Ets-T'-Lb 
Christ'mas, Er^-sMB 
Cbrist'mas-box, Et> - 

bMb-B-£b 
Christol'ogy, Krs-T«-i-J 
Chro'mate, Er^-Mt 
Chromat'ic, Er»-Mt-E 
Chromat'ics, Er'-Mt-Es 
Chrome, Er^-M 
Chro'mio, Er^-M-E 
Chro'mium, Er'-M-M 
Chro'mo-llthography, 

Er2-M-i-TH-Gr-r 
Chron'io, Er'-NK 
Ohron'ical, Er'-N-El 
Chron'iole, Er' - N - El, 

Kri-N-Kld, Er'-N-El-NG 
Chron'ioler, Er-N-El-B' 
Chron'ogram, Er>-N-Gr- 

M 
Chron'ograph, Er^M- 

Grf 



CHY 

Chronog'rapher, Er-N- 

Gr-Fri 
Chronol'oger, Er-Nl-Jr' 
Chrouolog'io, Er-Nl-J'-K 
Chronolog'ioal-ly, Er- 

N1-J»-E1 
Ohronol'ogist,Er-Nl^JBf 
Chronol'ogy, Er-Nl-J» 
Chronom'eter, Em>-Mtr 
Cbronomet'ric, Sxa'- 

-Mtr-E 
Chronomet'rlcal, Em^- 

Mtr-El 
Chronom'etry, Em-M- 

Tri 
Chrys'alid, Kr-sZ«-D 
Chrys'alis, Er-B£s» 
Cbryaan'themum, Eis- 

N-THi-M-M 
Chrys'oberyl, Ers-B'-Al 
Chrys'olite, Er-Bits 
Cbrys'oprase, Er-BPrz» 
Chub-by,CH2-B 
ChubTbed, CH«-Bd 
Chuck, CH2-E, cna-Et, 

CH2-E-NG 
Chuck'-fiEirthing, CH9-K- 

P-ie-DH-NG 
Chuck'le, 0H2-E1, CHi!- 

Eld, CH2-K1-NG 
Chuckae-head, CHs-El- 

Hd 
Chuckaing, CHa-El-NG 
Chuff, CHfi 
Chuffily, CH2-ri 
Chuff-y, CH2-r 
Chum, CH2-M 
Chump, CH2-M-P 
Chunk-y, CHS-NG-E 
Church, CHi«-CH, CHri!- 

CH-T, CHr2-CH-NG 
Church'maa, CHi« - CH - 

Mn 
Church'manship, CHp*- 

CH-Mn:SH 
Chureb'-warden, CHr»- 

CH-Wrd-N 
Church'-yard, CHr=-CH- 

Yrd 
Churl, CHr2-L 
Churl'ish, CHrS-i-SH 
Churl'ishly, CHi-s-L-Sfll 
Churrishness, CHr*- i- 

SH-Ns 
Churn, CHm', CHmd», 

CHrn2-NG 
Churn'ing, CHma-NG 
Chute, SHts 
Chyle, E-JJi 
Chylifac'tion, E -Li-F- 

Eshn 
Obylifao'tive, E-Z,>-r-E- 

Tv 
Chyliflca'tion, E-i^-F- 

Eshn 
Chyl'ificatory, K-I^-V- 

Chyl'ous,K-LB» 
Chyme, Ei-M 
Chym'fc, E»-M-K 



CHY 

Chymifioa'tion, K-M-F'- 

Kshn 
Chym'ify, K-M-ps 
CJiym'istry, K-Ms-Tr« 
Cioa'da, sE-D' 
Cio'atrioe, sK-Trs' 
Cica'triz, sK-Tr'-Ks 
Cicatriza'tion, bS- 

TumAms 
Cicatrize, sE-Trz>, eK- 

Trzds, sK-Trz»-NG 
Cioero'ne, CW-CS-B-N 

or sS^-fl-N 
Cicero'nlan, sS^-S-Nn 
Cioero'uiamsm, sS' R- 

Nnz-U 
Cicis'beism, sSs'-B-zM 
Cioiabe'o, 0H3-0H-sB 
Clcis'beo, bSs^-B 
Ci'der, sDr' 
Ci'derkin, sDri-Kn 
Ci-devant', bDt>-JV 
Cigar', sGr' 
Cigarette', BGr-T> 
Cil'iary, &l?-R 
Cil'iate, si^-T 
Cil'iated, si»-Td 
Cili'cious, sX^-SHs 
Ci'ma, sMi 
Cim'eter, sMtrS 
Cimme'riau, sM-An* 
Cincho'ua, sK^-K-N 
Cinct'ure, BNGtr> 
Cin'der, BNdr» 
Ciuemat'ics, bN-M-T'-Ks 
Cin'erary , &lSi-K'-B 
Ciaera'tion, sN-ABhns 
Cin'erous, BN-fis> 
Cineri'tious, bN-K'-SHb 
Cin'galese, sNG-G'Xz^ 
Cin'gle, bNG>G1 
Cin'nabar, BN-Br» 
Cin'nainon, bN'-Mh 
Cinque, sNG»-K 
CiuQue'-foil, bNGs-K-F-L 
Ci'on, S'-N 
Ci'pher, sFr', sFrd', sFr'- 

NG 
Ciroe'an, sfls.Sn 
Circen'Bial, Bi8a"-N-SH1 
Circen'sian, siis^Nehii 
Cir'ole, sB^-Kl, 6i8!-KId, 

BS2-K1-NG 
Cir'olet, siS'-Klt 
Clr'oooele, bBs-Kb-L 
Oir'ouit, BE'-Kt 
Oirou'itous, sR'-K-Ts 
Oirou'itously, sE*-K-T- 

Cir'oulable, bRS-KI-BI 
Cir'cular, sA'-El-B 
Circular'ity, BBi-Kl-£t 
Cir'oularly, s«?-KI-K -i 
Cir'culate, BK'-Klt, e£3- 

Kl-Td,sB2-Klt-NG 
Clrcula'tion, bB^-KIbIui 
Cir'oulator, sB'-Kltr 
Cir'culatory, sB^-Kl-T-iS 
Ciroumam'bient, bB> 

'.M-B-N-T (or !M-Bnt) 



43 



Clrcumam'bulate, eBI 

!M-BU 
Circumambula'tion, 

sB'-i^M-BlBhu 
Circumbeud'ibOB, s£' 

iBnd-BB 
Cir'oumoise, BB=isZ, SK2 

tsZd, sB2isZ-NG IsES- 

eZ, sB'-sZd, bBbz^-NG] 

The reporter sometimeR 
omits the sj^Uable cvrni en- 
tirely, aud joins the first 
and last parts of the word 
in one outline. See Com, 
Cir'cumoiser, sB' isZr 

[sBsz^-B] 
Ciroumois'ion, bEs 

isZHn [sBszte^] 
Circumduct', sies iD-Kt 
Circumduc'tion, sB^ iD- 

Eshn 
Ciroum'ferenoe, sB'iF- 

/eus [8ii'-F-£nB] 
Ciroumferen'tial, bJZ' 

iF-fi-N-SHl CsiP-F-^Bn] 
Ciroumferen'tor, sij' ! F- 

iSntr [B/J2-F-flntr] 
Cir'oumiieot, bK» i FIK-T 
Cir'cumflex, sB' i Fl-E^ 

[SB2-F1-K6] 

Circum'fluent, BB'iFl- 

Nt 
Circum'fluous, sEs iFl-S 
Circumfora'nean, sB? 

!F-iJ-Nn 
Clrcumfora'neous, sB' 

!F-«-Ns 
CirouznAise', 8ii> tFz 
CircumAz'sion, tB^ 

iFzhn 
Oiroumgyra'tion, &B? 

'J-i£8hn 
Circumja'cent, sS^iJE- 

Nt 
Circumlocu'tion, sE' 

i£-Eshn 
Ciroumloo'utory, sE' 

!i-E-T-iJ 
Circummured', bE'SM- 

B-T> 
Circumnav'igable, eB' 

!N-V-G-B1 
Ciroumnav'igate, Efi' 

iN-V-G-T, bB'!N-V-G- 

Td, sfli SN-V-G-T-NG 
Circumnaviga'tion, sB^ 

!N-V-Gshn 
Circumnav'igator, sB^ 

!N-V-Gtr 
Ciroumpo'lar, sB'! P-£-E 
Circumposi'tion, sB" 

iPz»An 
Ciroumro'tary, bK«!H-T- 

B 
Circumrota'tion, bB= 

iB-Tshn 
Circumro'tatory, bB^ 

!B-T-T-B 
Circumscrib'able, bBI 

isKr(-B)-Bl 



CIT 

Circumscribe', sBi !sKr- 

B, sUMsEr-Bd, EE>!sEr- 

B-NG 
Oiroumsorib'er, bE« 

isKr-Br 
Ciroumsorip'tible, sB' 

!sEr-Pt-Bl 
Circumscrip'tion, bB» 

isEr-Fshn 
Circumsorip'tiye, sE^ 

isKr-Pt-V 
Oir'oumapeot, sB^ isP-Kt 

[sB2-sP-Et] 
Circumspection, sB' 

isP-Kshn Cs«s--P-E6hn] 
Ciroiimspect'ive, sB» 

isP-Kt-V 
Cir'cuznspectly, sB'isP- 

Kt-i 
Cir'cumspectuess, eB> 

isP-Kt-Ks 
Cir'oumstance, bB» 

isTus, EB'isTnst, sB> 

isTns-NG [sTns>, sTnsts, 

sTns^-NG] 
Circumstan'tial, bB' 

isT-N-SHl IsTn'] 
Circumstantial'ity, eB> 

isT-N-SHl-T 
Ciroumstau'tially, eB' 

!6T-N-5ffl 
Circumstan'tiate, bBI 

!sTn SHt, 6B':sTn-SH- 

Td, BKl!sTn-SHt-NG 
Ciroumvallate, bB1!T- 

it 
Ciroumvallaftion, eB* 

!V-ishn 
Circumvent', sB^iVnt 
Circumveu'tion, sB^iV- 

Nshn 
Ciroumvent'ive, bB« 

iVntV 
Ciroumvest', bB» ! Vst 
Circumvolu'tion, eB< 

;V-iBhn 
Ciroumvolve', bKi !V1-V, 

E«> '. Vl-Vd, SB' S Vl-V-Na 
Cir'ous, sB2-Es 
Cirque, bB'-E 
Cir'ri, sB" 

Cirrif erous, bBS-F-Bb 
Cir'riped, BB»-Pd 
Cirro-cu'mulus, sB'-E- 
M-is 

Cir'rose, bEs' 
Oirfo^stra'tus, sE~BTr- 

Tb 
Cir'rous, bEs' 
Cir'rus, sBs" 
Cisal'pine, Ss'-r-Pn 
Cisatlan'tic, Ssi-T-£nt-E 
Cismon'tane, Ssi-Mn-Tn 
Cis'padane, S.s>-P-Dn 
Cis'soid, Sb'-D 
Cist, Sst: 

Cister'oian, Ss^-T-Bshn 
Cis'tern, ssTrn^ 
Cit, bT3 
Cit'adel, sT'Dl 



CIT 

Cita'tion, sTsbn' 
Oi'tatory, sT'-T-JJ 
Cite, sTi, sTdi, sT>-SfG 
Oit'er, sTri 
Cith'ern, sTH'-ien 
Oit'izen, sT.s-N [sTn'] 
Clt'izenship, 8Tz»-N:SH 

[8Tni>:SH] 
Cit'rate, sTrt' 
Oit'ric, BTr^.K 
Cit'rine, sTrn« 
Oit'ron, sTm" 
Olt'rul, sTs-iJl 
Cit'y, bT» 
Gives, bVzI 
Oiv'et, 8Vt8 
Civ'io, bV'-K 
Civ'il, bYV 
CiTiriau, eVln" 
Oivil'ity, bVIs-T 
ClVillzable, bVIzS-BI 
Civiliza'tion, BVlzthn^ 
Oir'ilize, sVlzs, sVlzd^, 

sVlzS-NO 
Civ'ilized, BYlzds 
Civ'ilizer, sVl'-Zr 
Oir'illy, bYV 
Civ'ism, sVz«-M 
Clatoter, Kl-Bri 
Clack, El>-E, El-E-Ti, 

Kli-K-NG 
Claek'er, Kli-Kr 
Claok'-valve,Kl>-K-vi-v 
Clad, Eldi 
Claim, KV-M, El^-Md, 

K12-M-Na 
Claim'able, KI-M-B12 
Claim'ant, Kl^-Mnt 
Clairyoy'auce, Kl-B^-V- 

Ns 
Clairvoy'ailt, Kl-Ki-V-Nt 
Clam, Eli-M, Eli-Md, El'- 

M-NG 
Claimant, El^-Mnt 
OlamTjer, Kl-M-Br', KI- 

M-Bra», El-M-Bri-NG 
Clam'miness, El'-H-Ns 
Clam'my, EU-M 
Clam'or, Kli-Mr, El'- 

Mrd, Eli-Mr-NG 
Clam'orous, El^-Mrs 
Clam'orously, El-Mrs-i' 
Clam'orousuess, EU - 

Mrs - Ns 
Clamp, El-M-Pi, Eli-Mt, 

El-M-pi-NG 
Clan, Elni 

Clandes'tine, Elnd-St^N 
Claudes'tiuely, Kind- 

Sts-N-Ii 
Clandes'tineuesB, Elnd- 

9t!-N-Ns 
Clang, Eli-NG, El'-NGd, 

Eli-NG-NG 
Clan'gor, El>-NGr 
Clan'goroua, El'-NGrs 
Olan'gous, Eli-NG-Gs 
Clank, Eli-NG-K, E1>-NG- 

Kt, Kl'-NG-K-NG 

Clan'nish, Eln-SH' 



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Clan'nishly, Eln-SHi-£ 
Clan'mshneBS, Eln-SH'- 

N3 

Clan'ship, Eln-SH'-P 
Clap, El-Pi, El-Pti, EL-Pi- 

NG 
ClapTJoard, Kl-Brdi 
Olap'per, El-Pri 
Olap'perolaw, El-Pr'-El 
Olap'-trap, El-P>-Tr-P 
Clar'enoe, El-Bns^ 
Clar'enoeux or Clar'en- 

cieux, El-fin'-SH 
Clare'-obscure, El-iJ^-B- 

sEr 
Clar'et, El-Bt' 
Clar'iohord, El-K'-Erd 
Clarifioa'tion, El-fl^-F- 

Eshn 
Clar'ifler, Kl-iJ>-r-E 
Clar'ify, El-«i-F, El-«i- 

Fd. El-iZ>-F-NG 
Clar'inet, El-ffi-Nt 
Clar'ion, El-iJi-N 
Clarionet'; El-Bs-Nt 
Clar'itude, El-iJi-Td 
Cla'ro-obsou'ro, El-B'- 

B-sK-iS 
Clash, El-SHi, El-SHti, 

El-SHi-NG 
Clasp, Eia - pi, Els - Pf, 

Els-P'-NG 
Clasp'er, Kl-sPr> 
Class, Els'. ElBti, Els'-NG 
Clas'siii, Elsi-E 
Clas'sioal-ly, Els^-El 
Clas'sicalism, Els* -El - 

zM 
Classioal'ity, Els-El-Ti 
Clas'sipalness, Els' -El - 

Ns 
Clas'sioism, El-Sszi-M 
Clas'sicist, El-S'-sSt 
Classific, Els-FS-E 
Classiflca'tion, Els - F^ - 

Esbn 
Clas'sify, Els-Fi, Ela-Fdi, 

Els-Fi-NG 
Clas'ais, El-Ssi 
Class'mate, EU-sMt 
Clat'ter, Eltr', Eltrd', 

Eltri-NG 
Clafterer, Eltr-E' 
Clause, Elzi 
Claus'tral, El- sTri-L 
Cla'rate, El-Vta 
Cla'vated, El-V«-Ta 
Clav'iohord, El-V'-Erd 
Olav'iole, El-Ti-Kl 
Ola'vier, El-VSori-B 
Clav'iger, El-Vi-Jr 
Claw, EU, Eldi, Eli-NG 
Clay, EI2, Eia2, E12-NG 
Clay'-oold, El^-Eld 
Clay'er, El-B' 
Cl^y'ey, El^ 
Clay/ish, El-8Ha 
Clay'-marl, Eis-M-Bl 
Clay'-more, El^-Mr 
Clay'-pit, Eia-Pt 



CLI 

Clay'-stone, Klsf-Tu , 
Clean, (a.) Eln', KV-TSk 

Eia-Nst / 

Clean, (n.) EInS, Eln*', 

ElrH-NG 
Olean'lily, El-Nl-t^ / 
Clean'liness, El^-Nl-Ns 
Clean'ly, El^-Nl, Kl-Nl- 

KS, E12-Nl6t 
Clean 'ness, Eln^-Ns' 
Cleana'able, Kl-Na-B^-L 
Cleanse, Elnz^, Elnzd^. 

Elnz2-NG 
Cleans'er, Eln-zB^ 
Cleans'ing, Elnz^^-NG 
Clear, (a.) El-E', El-Er», 

El-i2st!i 
Clear, (v.) El-B', El-2Jd', 

E1-E«-NG 
Clear'age, El-a^-J 
Clear'ance, El-iins' 
Cleared, Kl-Hi' 
Clear'er, El-Br^ 
Clear'ing-bouse, El-E>- 

NG-Hs 
Clear-ly, El-ffl" 
Clear'ness, El-E^-Ns 
Clear'-sighted, El-Bs«- 

Td 
Clear'-sightedness, EI- 

/esa-Td-Ns 
Olear'-staroh, Kl-iJs'T- 

«-CH, Kl-«s8-T -B-CHt, 

El .BBa-T-iJ-CH-KG 
Clear'-story, El-jess-T-iS 

glear'-atuff. El-BsS-Tf 
leat, Elt» 
Cleav'able, E1-V8-B1 
Cleav'age, El-V'-J 
Cleave, Eiv", Elvd^, eit»- 

NG 
Cleav'er, El-Tr" 
Clef, Eip: 
Cleft, Kltts 
Olem'atis, Kl-M-Ts^ 
Clem'enoy, Kl-Mn-S^ 
Clem'ent, Kl^-Mnt 
Clem'antine, El-Mn-Tn« 
Clem'ently, El-Mut-is 
Clench, E1-N-CH> 
Clep'sydra or Clepsy'- 

dra, El-P^or'-sDr 
Cler'gy, El-K^-J 
Oler'gyable, Kl-H^-J-Bl 
Cler'gyman, El-iJs-J-Mn 
Cler'ic, E1-B2-E 
Cler'ical, El-iS^-El 
Clerk, E1-B2-E 
Clei-k'ly, El-Bs-El 
Clerk'ship, Kl-Ea-E:SH 
Clev'er, El-Vr^ 
Clev'erly, El-Vr^-i 
Clev'erneas, El-Vr^-Ns 
Cler'ls, El-Vss 
Clev'y, -El-vs 
Clew, E18, Eiaa, Kl^-NG 
Click, E13-E, El-E-TS, El»- 

E-NG 
Cli'ent, Eli-Nt 
Client'al, El-Nt-Ls 



CLI 

Client'^hip, Kl>-Nt:SH 
Cliff, Klfs 
OlUCy, Kl-Fs 
ClitVed, Kl-F"-Td 
Climao'terio or Cli- 

maeter'io, Kl-M-K- 

Tr'orS-K 
Climaoter'ioal, Kl-M-K- 

Tr2-Kl 
Cli'mate, Kl'-Mt 
Climat'io, Kl'-Mt-K 
Olimat'ieal, KU-Mt-Kl 
Cli'matize, Kl-M-Tzi, Kl- 

M-Tzd', Kl-M-Tz'-NG 
01imatol'ogy,Kl»Mt-£i-J 
Oli'max, Kli-M-Ks 
Climb, Eli-M, EU-Hd, 

Kli-M-NG 
Climb'able, Kl-M-BU 
CUmb'er, Kli-Mr 
Clime, Eli-M 
Clinch, Kl-N-CHS, Kl-N- 

CHta, Kl-N-CHS-NG 
CMncli'er, Kl N-CHrS 
Cling, E13-NG, Kia-NG- 

NG 
Cling'stone, El-NGs-Tus 
Cling'y, Kis-NG 
Clin'io, E13-N-E 
Clin'ioal, Kia-N-El 
Clink, Eia.NG-E, Kia-NGt, 

K18-NG-E-NG 
Clink'er, Kia-NG-Ep 
Cli'noid, Kl-N-Di 
Clip, El-pa, Kl-Pt3, Kl-ps- 

NG 
Clip'per, El-Prs 
Clip'ping, El-pa-NG 
Clique, E13-E 
Cloak, El<!-E, El-E-T', 

K12-E-NO 
Cloak'-bag, EI2-K-B-G 
Clock, El'-E 
Clock'-maker, EU-E-M- 

Er 
01ock'-work,Kl'-E-Wr-E 
Clod-dy, El-D' 
Clod'-hopper, El-Di-H- 

Pr 
Clod'pate, El-Di-Pt 
Clod'pated, El-Di-P-Td 
Clod'poll, Kl-Di-P-L 
Cloff, Kin 
Clog, EIl-G, El-G-Dl, Ell- 

G-NG 
Clog'giuess, Kl"-G-Ns 
Olog'gy, EI'-G 
Clois'ter,Elstri,El-sTrd', 

Elstr(-)i 
Clois'tral, El-sTri-L 
Clolce, E12-E 
Close, (v.) EI2S, Elzd', 

Elz2-NG 
Close, (a.) Els^, El-sBS, 

E1S8-T2 

01ose'-bodied,Els!-B-Dd 
Closd'-fisted, Els'-Fs-Td 
Close'-hauled, El^-sHld 
Oloseay, El-si« 
Closeness, Eis^-Ks 



45 



; 



Clos'er, El-Zpa 
Olose'-stool, Els«-T-L 
Olos'et, Elz-T', Klz-Tdi, 

Elz-Ti-NG 
Olos'ure, Kl-ZHr2 
Clot, Elti, Kl-Tdi, Klti-NG 
Cloth, KITH' 
Clothe, EJ-DH!, El-DHd2, 

E1-DH2-NG 
Clothes, El-DHzS 
Olothes'-wringer, Kl- 

DHz!!-fl-NGr 
Cloth'ier, Kl-DHS-K 
Cloth'ing, E1-DH2-NG 
Clot'ty, El-Ti 
Cloud, Eldi, Kl-Ddi, 

Eld'-NQ 
Cloud'-oompelling,Eldi 

iP-L-NG 

Cloud'ily, El-Di-£ 
Cloud'iness, KI-D'-Nb 
Cloud'less, K1-D1-£8 
Cloud'y, Kl-Di, Kl-Di-K, 

El-Dst' .■ 
Clough, Elf2 
Clough, Elf 1 
Clout, EIP, El-Td>, Klti- 

NG 
Clout'-nail, KU»-N-L 
Clove, Klv3 

Clove'-hitoh, KIy2-H-CH 
Clo'ven, Kl-Vna 
Clo'ven-footed, El-Vn»- 

P-Td 
Clo'ven-hoofed, El-VnS- 

H-Ft 
Clove'-pink, EIvs-P-NG- 

K 
Clo'ver, KlVr« 
Clown, Klni 
Clown'ish, Eln-SHi 
Clown'ishly, Kln-SHi-i 
Cloy, Kli, Eld', Eli-NG 
Club, E1-B2, El-Bd2, Kl- 

B2-NG 
ClubTjish, E1-B2-SH 
Club'bist, Kl-Bst2 
Club'-foot, El-B2-Ft 
Club'-footed,Kl-B2-F-Td 
Club'-house, Kl-Bs-Hs 
Club'-law, Kl-B2-£ 
Club'-room, Kl-B^-K-M 
Olub'-shaped, Kl-B^-SH- 

Pt 
Cluck, KI2-K, Kl-E-T", 

EI2-E-NG , 

Clue, Eia ;, 

Clump, Kl-M-PS 
Clum'sily, EI-M-ZI2 
Olum'siness, El-M-z~Ns 
Clum'sy, KI-M-za 
Clung, KI2-NG 
Olu'niac, Kia-N-K 
Clus'ter, Klstr^iKl-sTrd!!, 

Klstr(-)i 
Clus'tery, Kls-T2-iS 
Clutch, E1-CH2, El-CHt2, 

E1-CH2-NG 
Olut'ter, Kltr«, Eltrda, 

Kltr«-N& 



COB 

Clyp'eate, El-P'-T 

Clys'ter, Klstra 

Co. (meaning company), 

K! 
Coach, K-CH2, K-CHf, 

K-CH2-KG 
Coaoh'-box, K-CH^-B-Ea 
Coaoh'ee, E-CH2 
Coach'man, K-CH2-Mn 
Coac'tion, E'-Eslin 
Coaot'ive, E-K^Tv' 
Coad'jutant or Coadju'- 

tant, E-J'oi-s-Tnt 
Coadju'tor, K-Jtr'or» 
Cbadju'trix, K-JS-Tr-Ks 
Coadvenfurer, K-DvS- 

Ntr-B 
Coa'gent, K- J*-Nt 
Coag'ulable, K-G-£»-BI 
Coag'ulate, E-G-Z.ti, E- 

G-t'-Td. E-G-iti-NG 
Coagula'tlon, E-G-£slm' 
Coag'ulative, K-G-iti-V 
Coag'ulator, E-G-itr> 
Coag'ulum, K'-Gl-M 
Coar, K12, Kld^. Eis-NG 
Coal'ery, Kl-ijs 
Coalesce', E-Zs^, E-Xst:, 

K-Zs2-NG 
Coales'cence, E-is^-Ns 
Cooles'cent, E-Xs^-Nt- 
Coal'-field, K12-F-Ld 
Coal'-heaver, Kl^-H-Tr 
Coali'tion, K-ishn' 
Coal'-measure, El^ ■ u - 

ZHr 
Coal'-meter, Kl^-Mtr 
Ooal'-mine, Kis-Mn 
Coal'-pit, E12-Pt 
Ooal'-souttle, Els-sK-Tl 
Coal'-tar, K1«-TB 
Coar-whipper,E12-W-Pr 
Coal'y, E-ia 
Coam'mgs, K^-M-NGz 
Coapta'tion, K-P^-Tshu 
Coaro'tate, E-B'-K-Tt 
Coarse, Ers', Er - sR^, 

ErSB-T« 
Coarse'ly, Er-si^ 
Coarse'ness, Ers^-Ns 
Coast, Kst2. Ks-Td2, Ks«')» 
Coast'er, EstrS 
Coast'-line, Ks-T^-Zu 
Ooast'wiae, Ks-T^-Wz 
Coat, Et2, K-Td2. Ktz-NG 
Coat'-oard, Ets-Krd 
Coatee', K-TS 
Coat'ing, Ets-NG 
Coax, K!-Ks, E2-KBt, KS- 

Es-NG 
Coax'er, K-K-sK» 
Cob, KB' 
Oo'balt, K-Blt2 
Cobalt'ic, K-Bli-T-K 
Cob'ble, K-Bli, E-Bia«, 

K-Bli-NG 
Cob'bler, E-Bl'-K 
Cob'ble-stone,E-Bls>-Tn 
CUiVle, E-Bli 
Cob'uut, K-B'-N-T 



COB^ 

Cob'stone, E-Bs>-Tn 
Cob'web, K-Bi-W-B 

Coooif erous, K-Ks-Fs-its 
Cooh'ineal, K-CHi-Nl 
Cooh'leary, K-K-L^-B 
Cooh'leate, K-K-Li-T 
Coch'leated, K-K-i'-Ta 
Cook, K'-K, K-K-T', Ki- 

K-NG 
Cockade', K-K-D' 
Cockatoo', K-K-T3 
Cock'atrice, K-K-Trsi 
Cook'bill, K-K-Bi-L 
Cock'-boat, Ei-K-Bt 
Cock'-chafer, E.1-E-CH- 

Fr 
Cook'-crow, Ki-K-Kr 
Cock'-crowing, E' - E - 

Er-NG 
Cock'er, E^-Kr, E'-Erd, 

E'-Er-NG 
Cock'erel, E-Er-Li 
Cook'et, E-E-Ti 
Coek'-aghti E'-E-Ft 
Cock'-fiBhting, Ei-E-Ft- 

NG 
Cock'-horse, E'-E-Hrs 
Cook'le, El-El 
Cook'ler, E-El-Ri 
Cock'le-shell, E'-ei-shi 
Cosk'le-stairs, E>-eib-T- 

Cook'-loft, Ei-E-i-Ft 
Cook'-matoli, Ei - E - M- 

CH 
Oocik'ney, E'-E-N 
Cook'neyism, E-E-N-Z'- 

M 
Oock'pit, E-E-Pti 
Cock'roach, E-K-H'-CH 
Cocks'comb, E'-Eb-E-M 
Cock'spur, E-Es-P'-B 
Cook'swaln, E-E-sWni 
Co'coa, E'-E 
Co'coa-nut, E'-E-Nt 
Ooooon', E»-En 
Cocoon'ery, E-En-fis 
Coc'tile, E-E-T>-L 
Coo'tion, E'-Eshn 
Cod, E-D' 
Ood^dle, E-D1», E-Diai, 

E-Dli-NG 
Code,E-Da 
Co'dex, E-DS-Ks 
Cod'-flsh, E-D'-F -SH 
Cod'^er, E-Jri 
Cod'ices, E-Dszi 
Ood'ioil, E-Dsi-L 
Codifica'tiou, Ed - F^ t 

Eshn 
Co'dify, Ed-FSj Ed-Fa«, 

Ed-F2-NG 
Cod'lin, E-Di-in 
Cod'line, E D'-in 
Cod'ling, E Di-i-NG 
Co-ef fioaoy, K-F^-E-S 
Co-effl'ciency,E-Fsluis-B 
Co-effl'cient, K-Fslmlf 
Coe'hom. E'-Eiu 



4S 

Ccellao, bL'-K 
Coemp'tion, E'-Mslm 
Co-e'qual, E-Ew-L» 
Co-equal'lty, E-Ew-£»-T 
Co-e'qually, K-Kw-L' 
Coerce', K-ES^, K-H8e>, 

E-iJsii-NG 
Coer'oible, E -JJs^-B-L 
Coer'oion, E-Bsho^ 
Coer'oive, E-fis^-V 
Coer'civeness, E-iZs'-V 

Ns 
Co eBsen'tial,E-S2-N-8Hl 

[E-Sii2j 
Co-essential'ity, E-B^-K- 

ifl'l-T 
Co-essen'tlally, E-S»-N- 

Co-estate', E-S^-Tt 
Coeta'neoUE, E-T'-Ns 
Co-eter'nal, E-TrS-Kl 
Co-eter'nity, K-tr^-it-T 
Ooe'val, E-Va-L 
Co-exeo'utor, KS.Ks-Ktr 
Co-exist', E-Ebb-Ts, £- 

Ess-Ta", E-Ess-TS-NG 
Co-exist'ence, E ■ Ess - 

Tns» 
Co-exist'ent, E-Ess-Tnts 
Co-extend', E - Es - Tnd^. 
. E-Es-Tii2-Da,E-Es-Tnd2- 

NG 
Co-exten'sion, E-Es-T^- 

Nshn 
Go exten'sive, E-Es-T^- 

Ns-V 
Coffee, E-F> 
Coffee-house, E-F'-Hs 
Coffee-mill, E-F'-Ml 
Coffee-pot, E-F'-Pt 
Coffer, E-Frt, E-Frd'. 

E-Fr'-NG 
Coffer-dam, Ef-Ki-D-M 
Coffin, E-Fn'.E-Fndi.E- 

Fn'-NG 
Coffin-bone, E-Fn'-Bn 
Cof fie, E-Fi-L 
Cog, Ei-G, E-G-DI, E»-G- 

NG 
Cog'gje, E>-G1 ' 
Co'gency, E-J2-N-S 
Co'geut, E-Jnt2 
Co'gently, E-Jnt8-L 
Cog'itable, E-Ji-T-Bl 
Cog'itate, E-Ji-Tt, E-J>- 

T-Td. E-Jl-Tt-NG 
Cogita'tion, E-J'-Tshn 
Cog'ilative, E-Ji-T-Tt 
Cog'nac, E2-N-E 
Cog'nate, Ei-G-Nt 
Cogna'tion, E^-G-Nsbn 
Cog'niao, ES-N-E 
Coguisee', K-G-N-Z» or 

;n-Z8 
Cognisor', E-G-N-Zri or 

;N-Zr' 
Cogni'tion, KS-G-Nslm 
Cog'nitive, E-G-N-Tv' 
Cog'nizable, E'G-Nz-Bi- 

li or !Nz-Bi-Ii 



COL 

Cog'nizance, Ei-a-Nz-XTa 

or ;Nz1-Ns 
Cog'nizant, Ki-G-Nz-Nt 

or !Nzi-Nt 
Cog'nize, E'-G-Nz 
Cognizee', E-G-N-Z' or 

:N Z8 
Cognizor", E-G-N-Zr> or 

!N-Zri 
Cogno'men, E«-G-N-Mn 
Cognom'iual, E'-G-K-M- 

Nl 
Cognomina'tion, E^-G- 

N-M-Nshn 
Cog'nocence,Ei-G-Ns-NB 
Cognoscen'te, E-G-Na- 

Cognoscibil'ity, E-G-Ns- 

B»-it 
Cognos'cible, E-G-Ns- 

Bi-L 
Cogno'vit, E-G-N-Tf 
Cog'- wheel, E'-G-Wl 
Cohab'it. E-Bti, E-B'-Td, 

E-BtO' 
Cohab'itant, E-B'-Tnt 
Cohabita'tion,£ B2-Tstm 
Co-heir", E-E» 
Co-helr'ess, E-E'-S 
Cohere', E»-Hr, Es-Hrd, 

E»-Hr-NG 
Coher'ence, K'-Hms 
Coher'ency, E-Hni-ss 
Coher'ent, E'-Hmt 
Coher'ently, E-Hmt-Xs 
Cohe'sion, Es-Bzhu 
Cohe'sive, E-He-va 
Cohe'siveness, E-Hs-T>- 

Ns 
Co'hom, E2-Hm 
Co'hort, E2-Hrt 
Coif, Efi 
Coifed, EW 
Coiffure, E-F'-B 
Coigne, EnV 
Coil, E-Li, E-Ld», E-L»- 

NG 
Coin, Eni, End', Eni-NG 
Coin'age, E-N-J' 
Coincide', E-Ns-Di, E- 

Ns-Dd'.'E-Ns-D'-NG 
Coin'cidence, E-Ns-Dns' 
Coin'cident, E-Ns-Duts 
Coinoid'er, E-N-sDri imr 

E-N-Sdri) 
Coin'er, E'-Nr 
Coir, E-Ri 
Coi'tion, E-SHnS 
Co-join', E-Jni 
Coke, E'-E 
Col'ander, Elndr' 
Col'oothar, El-E-THi-E 
Cold, Eiaa. El-DrS. El-Dst" 
Cold'-blooded, Eld2-Bl- 

Dd 
Cold'-ohizel, Eld^-CH-Zl 
Cold'-hearted, Elds-Hr- 

Td 
Cold'ly, Eld-J&a 
Cold'nesB. Eld>-Bs 



COL 

Cold'-short, Kias-SHrt 
Cole, KV 

Ooleop'teral, Kl-Ptri-L 
Coleop'terous, Kl-Ptr'-S 
Coleop'terist, Kl-Ptr'-St 
Cole'-wort, Kl»-Wrt 
Col'ic, K-ii-K 
Ool'ioky, K-Z,i-K 
Colise'um, K-La'-JX 
Colab'orator, K-H-Brtr 
Collapse', K-i'-Ps, K -Li- 

Pst, K-il-Ps-NG 
Collap'sion, E-Li-Psbn 
Col'lar, K-irS K-ird', K 

ir'-NG 
Col'lar-beam,E-£r'-B-M 
Coriai-bone, K-£ri-Bn 
Collate', K-LV, K-L^-ld 

K-it2-NG 
CoUat'eral-ly, KIt-sii 
CoUa'tion, E-Xshn' 
Colla'tive, K-ita-V 
CoUa'tor, K-itrs 
Col'lea^ue, K-z,i-G 
Collect', Kl-K-Ta, Kl-K- 

Ids, Kl-K-T2-Na 
Col'lect, Kl-K-Ti 
Collecta'nea, K1-K-T2-N 
CoUeota'neous, ki-k-t^- 

Ns 
Oolleot'ed, Kl-K-Tcia 
Collect'edness, Kl - K - 

Td2-Nfl 
Colleot'ible, Kl-K-T^-Bl 
Collec'tion, El^-Eshn 
OoUeot'ive, Kl-K-Tvs 
Colleot'ively,Kl-K-T2-Vl 
Colleot'or, Kis-Ktr 
Collect'orate, El-Etr-T^ 
CoUect'orship, Kl-Ktr- 

SH2(-P) 

Col'lege, Kl-Ji 
CoUe'gial, El- J^-L 
Colle'gian, El- Jn» 
Colle'giate, El-Jta 
Col'let, K-Lif 
Collide', E-Li-D 
Ooll'ier, E-i'-K 
CoU'iery, E-ii-iJ 
Col'ligate, E-i'-G-T 
CoUiga'tion, E-ia-Gshn 
Col'limatjng, El'-MtC) 
Collima'tiou, Eli^-Mslm 
CoUima'tor, Kl^-Mtr 
Collin'eual, Kl-NG-Gw- 

Colliguate, El'-Ewt 
ColUaua'tion,El!-Ewshii 
CoUiq'uative, El-Ew-T»a 
CoUique&c'tionrEl-Ew- 

Pi-Eshn 
Collis'ion, Elzhn^. See 

Coalitimi and Collusion. 
Conocate, E-i'-E-T, E- 

i>-E-Td. E-i'-E-T-NG 
Oollooa'tion, E-i^-Eshn 
Collocu'tor, K13-Etr 
Oollo'dion, E-is-Dn 
Collop, E-£i-P 
Collo'auial, Kl-Kw-I^ 



47 
CoUo'auialism, El-Ew' 

CoUo'quially, El-Kw-£2 
Col'loquist, El'-Ewst 
Col'loquy, EU-Ew 
Collude', E-Z,8-D, E-i'- 

Dd, E-L3-D-NG 
CoUud'er, E-idr" 
CoUu'sion, E - Zzhns 
(Vocalized with ew.) See 
Collision and Coaliti&n. 
CoUu'sive, E-iss-V 
CoUu'sively, E-is'-V-i 
Oollu'slveness, E-iss-v- 

Ns 
CoUu'sory, K-Ls'-B- 
Collu'vies, E-i8-Vz 
Col'ly, E-ii, E-idi, E-Li- 

NG 
Col'ocynth, Els-N-THi 
Cologne', E-Z.n» 
Cologne'-water, E-Zn^- 

Wtr 
Coaou, E-inS 
Colonel, Er!-Nl 
Colonelcy, Er-Nl-sa 
Colonelsnip, Er^-NliSH 
Colo'nial, El-N-L" 
Col'onist, El'-Nst 
Coloniza'tion, El'-Nziftn 
Coloniza'tionist, El- 

Nz«*m-Sti! 
Ool'onize, El'-Nz, El>- 

Nzd, EU-Nz-NG 
Colonnade', Elu-D^ 
Col'ony, El'-N 
Col'ophon, El-Fni 
Col'optiony or Coloph'- 

ony, El-F»-N 
Coloquin'tida, El-Ewnt- 

Col'or, K-iri!, K-Lid.", E- 

ira-NG 
Ool'orable-y, E-irs-Bl 
Col'orableness, S.-Lif- 

Bl-Ns [iBs] 
Colora'tion, E-Zrehn' 
Col'orature, E-irtr^ 
CoX'or-blinduess, E-Lr^- 

Blnd-Ns 
Col'ored, E-ird" 
Colorific, K-Lr^-F-K 
Col'orist, E-irst2 
Col'orless, K-Li^-Lb 
Ool'or-sergeant, E-£rs- 

sB-Snt 
Colos'aal, K-Lb^-L 
Colosse'an, E-Xs^-N 
Colosse'um, K-Lb^-M 
Colos'sl, E-ii-S 
Colos'aus, E-£ss> 
Colos' Buses, E-£ssz> 
Col'portage, El-Prt»-J 
Col'porter, El-Prtr' 
Col'porteur. El-Prtri 
Col'staff, Ela-Tf 
Colt, E-Lta (Kit') 
Ool'ter, Eltr= 
Colt'ish, Klt-SH= 
Colt's-foot, Elts2-rt 



COM 

Col'ubrine, El-Brn» 
Col'umbary, El-M-Bi-£ 
Colum'biad, E1-M-B2-D 
Col'umbine, El-M-Bni 
Columel'la, El-M-i" 
Ool'umn, Eli-M 
Colum'nar, El^-M-Nr 
Colure', K-L'-R 
Col'za, K-L^Z 
Com- The syllables com, 
con, cum, wlietlier at the 
commencement or in the 
middle of words, and cog 
in the middle of words, 
are generally not written 
but indicated by proxim- 
ity, that is, by Writing the 
part of the outline that 
comes after the omitted 
syllable near the part that 
precedes it. 

When, however, proxim- 
ity cannot be used, as at 
the beginning .of a para- 
graph, sentence or line, or 
when any Indistinctness 
would be occasioned by it, 
either of these syllables, 
except cog, may be written 
with a light dot, placed 
near the beginning of the 
succeeding part of the out- 
line. 

Initial cog- Is always writ- 
ten E-G. 

The reporter sometimes 
omltB the syllable entirely, 
as wltb some words begin- 
ning with circum-, simply 
Joining the first and latter 
parts of the butline. 
Co'ma, E2-M 
Co'mate, E'-Mt 
Co'matose, E-M-Ts' 
Co'matoua, E-M-Ts« 
Comb, E2-M, E»-Md, E2- 

M-NG 
Com'bat, !Bti, SBi-Td, 
„iBtC)i 

Com'batant, SB'-Tnt 
Com'bater, SBtri 
Oom'bative, !Bt>-V 
Com'bativenesB, !Bti-V- 

Ns [iVs] 
Comb'er, E=-Mr 
Combin'able, iBni-B-L 
Combina'tion, iB^-Nshn 
Combine', iBn', iBndi, 

!Bni-NG 
Combin'er, !Bi-Nr 
CombuB'tlble, iBs^^-TBl 
Combus'tibleneas, '.Bss- 

T-Bl-Ns [!Bb1 
Combustibility, !Bs'-T« 

Bit 
Combus'tion, iBs^-CHn 
Come, E2-M, E!i-M-NG 

[E2, EC)'] Bee Came. 
Come'dian, £-M-Dna 
Com'edy, E-M-Jli 



COM 

Comelinesa, E-M-Z^^-Ns 
Come'ly, K-M-i2 
Come-out'er, K^ - M - Tr 

(K2-Tr] 
Com'er, K'-Mr 
Comes'tibles, E-Mb-T!- 

Blz 
Com'et, K'-Mt 
Com'etary, K-Mt-JJi 
Com'etli, K-M-TH« tS."' 

TH] 
Comet'ic, Ks-Mt-K 
Cometog'raphy, K-Mt- 

Com'fit, !Fts 
Cbm'flture, iFti« 
Com'fort, :Frt», !Fr«-Td, 

!PrtS-NG 
Oom'fortable-y, iFrt»-Bl 
Com'f ortableneas, i Tz&- 

Bl-Ns [:Bs] 
Com'forter, i Frtr' 
Com'f ortless, SFrt^-is 
Com'frey, SFra 
Com'io, Ki-M-K 
Com'ieal-ly, E>-M-E1 
Coniical''ity, K-M-E1-T> 
Com'icalness, £i-M-El- 

Ns 
Oom'ing.ES-M-Na [E(-)«] 
Com'ing-ia, KS-M-NG-N 

Comi'tia, K-M-SH' 
Comi'tial, E-M-SHls 
Oom'ityitT' 
Com'ma, Ki-M 
Command', !Nd.i, !N-Ddi, 

!Nd>-NG 
Commandant', iN-Dnt' 
Command'atory, iNd- 

Command'er, !KdT> 
Command'ery, !II-D>-/e 
Command'ing, iNd'-NG 
Command'ingly, iNd'- 

NGl 
Commaiid'ment, !Nd'- 

Mnt 
Command'ry. !N-Dri 
Commate'rial, ! Mtr-£3 
Commeas'urable, ! M- 

ZHr'-Bl 
Commem'orable, i M-M- 

«2-BI 
Commem'orate, tM-]M- 

iet2,!M-M-iJ2-Td, iM-M- 

iJt2-NG 
Commemora'tion, !M- 

M-«8hn« 
Commem'orative, '.M- 

Commem'oratory, ! M- 

M-je2-T-iJ 
Commence', INs^, INsts, 

iNB2-NG 

Commeuoe'ment, tNs''- 

Mnt 
Commend', '.NdS !N-Da2, 

!Nd2-NG 

Commeud'able, tNd-Bl 



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Commend'ably, tNd-BP 
Commend'ableness, 

!Nd-Bls-Ns [INda-.Bs] 
Commen'dam, !N-D'-M 
Commend'ataiy, iNd- 

T2-iJ 
Commenda'tion, !N- 

D8hn2 
Commend'atory, iNd- 

T»-ie 
Commend'er, iNdi* 
Commensurabil'ity, IN- 

SHr»-Blt 
Commen'surable-y, 

!N-SHr2-Bl 
Commen'surablenssB, 

!N-SHr^Bl-MB V.^-SOfi: 

Bs] 
Commen'surate, 'N- 

SBit', !N-«Hr2-Td, IK- 

Sflrt2-NG 
Commen'surately, iN- 

SHrts-i 
Commensura'tiou, !K- 

SHrsbn» 
Oom'ment, tut', iN-Td', 

iNt'-NG 
Com'mentary, ! N-T'-H 
Com'mentator, iN-Ttr' 
Com'menter, !Ntri 
Com'merce, iBB^, '.BBt^, 

!KsJ-NG 
Oommer'cial-ly, ;k«-SH1 
Commina'tion, t M^ - 

Nshn 
Commin'altory, ! M-S-T'- 

R 
Commin'gle, iMs-KG-G!, 

! M»-NG-Gld. i Ma-NO-Gl- 

NG[iM»-NGl, iMS-NGld, 

!M8-NG1-NG] 
Com'miuute, !M - N -'r>, 

iM-N-Tdi. SM-N-T'-NG 
Comminu'tion, tM>- 
' Nshn 
Commis'erable, iMz-lP- 

Bl 
Commis'erate, iMz-Rt', 

!Mz-Ba-Td, iMz-iJt»-NG 
Commisera'tiou, ! Mz- 

CommiB'erative, iMz- 

Commis'erator,! Mz-B^r' 
Commissa'rial, ! Ms-fi^-L 
Commiasa'riat, t Ms-i2~T 
Com'missary, i Ms-i^i 
Com'missary-general, 

iMu-Bi-Jn 
Com'misaarysliip, iMs- 

R'-.SH 
Commis'sion, iSHu^, 

iSHnds, !SHnS-NG 
Oommis'sioner, i SH»-Nr 
Commis'sure, iM-SHr" 
Commit', I lMia_USt-Ms, 

Commlt'ment, iJIt^-Mirt 
Commit'tal, !M-Tia 
Commit'tee, il^ 



COM 

Conunit'teeahip, !T3:Sa 
Commit'ter, iMtr" 
Commit'ible, i Mt-Bl'< 
Commix', !M3-Es, iM'- 

Kst, iM3-KB-NG 
Commixt'ion, .'31 - Es 

CHn» 
Commixt'ure, \ M'-Kett 
Commode', i Mda 
Commo'dions, ! M-Bs^ 
Commo'diously, !M-DS- 

bL 
Commo'diouaneaa, iM- 

Ds2-Ns 
Commod'ity, iMd-I> 
Com'modore, !M-Dr> 
Com'mon, (a.) '.Ni, iN-B», 

!Nsti 
Com'monable, !N-Bl> 
Com'monage, ±N-Ji 
Corn'monalty, !N1-T> 
Ccm'moner, i N-K' 
Corn'mon-iaw; i N>-i 
Oom'monly, !Nli 
Com'monnesa, tN'-Ns 
Com'monplaee, iN-Plsi 
Com'monplace-book, 

iN-Pls'-B-K 
Com'mon-pleas, !N<-PIz 
Com'mon-prayer, tll>- 

Pr-E 
Com'mons, ilfz> 
Com'mon-aeuae, ! Ne'- Ns 
Commonweal', iN-Wl» 
Commonwealth', iS- 

W12.TH 
Commo'tion, iMslm' 
Commove', '.M-\', !M- 

VdJ, !M-V»-NG 
Commun'al, ! N-L« 
Commune', tN", !Nd», 

!N3-NG 
Com'mune, iN' 
Communicabil'ity, tN- 

E-Bl»-T(-BUa) 
Commu'nicable, iN-K- 

Bl» 
Commu'nicableneas, 

SN-K-Bia-Ns [!Bs] 
Commu'nicant, '.Ns-Ent 
Commu'nicate, tN^-Kt, 

iN-E-Td», N3-Et-NG 
Conmiunioa'tion, SN^- 

Eshn. See Cotineciion, 
Commu'nicatiTe, tN-Et 

Va 
Commu'nicatireness, 

!N-Et-Vs-Ns [!Vs] 
Commu'uieator, iNs-Etr 
Commu'nioatory, !N-K- 

T'-R 
Commun'ion, '.IHn' 
Commun'ionist, tNn-St> 
Com'munism, iN-Z'-M 
Com'munist, iNst' 
Commu'nity, iN-T» 
Commut;abil'ity, !Mt- 

Bla-T 

Commu'table, i Mt-Bl^ 
Commuta,'tion,: M-Tstm^ 



COM 

Commutative,! M-T»-Tv 
Commute', iMt», iM-Tds, 

lMt(-)' 
Commiifual, '.Mt-L^ 
Com'paot iPi-Kt 
Compact', !P'-Kt, !P>-K- 

Td, tP'-Kt-NG 
Compact'edly, iPi-K- 

Td-i 
Compaot'ly, !P»-Kt-i 
Compaot'ness, !Pi-Kt- 

Na 
Compagiua'tion, tF>-J- 

Nshn 
Compan'ion, iPn>-N 
Compan'ionabie, iFn>- 

N-Bl 
Compan'iouablenesB, 

!Pni-N-Bl-N8 [!Pll»- 

N!Bs] 
Compan'ionship, iPn^- 

N-SH(-P) 

Com'pany, !P2-N 
Com'parable-y, !Pi-B-Bl 
Compar'ative, !Erti-V 
Oompar'atiTely, iPrt'-Vl 
Compare', 1P>-R, iP»-Ba, 

Oompar'er, iP'-Er 
Compar'ison, SP*-M-N 
Cbmpart', ipi-«t, iP>-2e- 

Td, iPl-m-NG 
Comparti'tion, iV'-B- 

Tshn 
Compart'ment, iPrt' - 

Mnt 
Com'pass, iPa^, iPst^, 

:ps2-NG 
Com'passable, iPs'-Bl 
Com'passes, tPss^ 
Compas'sion, ;Pslini 
Compas'sionate, tPshni- 

T, SPshn'-Td. iPshni-T- 

NG 
Compas'sionately, 

iPshn'-T-i 
Compas'sionateuesB, 

iPshn'-T-Ns 
Oompatibil'ity, iPP-BI- 

T, (M- -Bit) 
Compat'ible-y, !PP-BI 
Compat'ibleuess, iPt* 

Bli-Ns [JBS] 
Compa'triot, iPs-Trt 
Compeer', tP^-E 
Compel', Ipa-L, iP^-Ld, 

:P2-L-NG 
Compel'lable, '.P^-i-Bl 
Compella'tion, ips-ishn 
Compel'lative, iP«-Lt-V 
Oompel'latory, iP2-i-T- 

B 
Compel'ler, iPS-Z-E 
Com'pend, iPndi 
Compend'ious, iPn^-rs 
Compend'iously, iPn^- 

D-6i 

Compend'ioiisness, 

iPn2-D8-N8 
Compen'dium,! Pn^-D-M 

3 



49 
Compensa'bte, !P>-N8- 

Bl 
Com'pensate or Com- 

pen'sate, iPim-a-Ns-T, 

!pioc2-Ns-Td, !Pior2-NB- 

T-NG 
Compensa'tion, iVnsshn^ 
Compen'sative, iP^-Ns- 

Tv 
Oompeu'satory, iP'-Ns- 

Compete', iPts, ipa-Td, 

!Ptc)= 
Com'petence, iP>-Tiis 
Com'petency, iP>-Ta-a i 
Com'petent, iPi-Tnt 
Com'petently, ;P»-Tnt- 

L 
Competi'tion, tP'-Tahn 
Compet'itive, !Pts-Tv 
Compet'itor, !Pt!-Tr 
Compila'tion, iP^-Zahn 
Compile', !Pi-L, !Pi-Ld, 

iPi-Ii-NG 
Compll'er, !Pi-i-E 
Oompla'cenoe, iPls^-Ns 
Gompla'cenoy, !Plsa-N- 

S 
Compla'oent, iPlas-m 
Compla'oeutly, !Pla«-Nt- 

L 
Complain', iPInS, iPliids. 

tPln2-NG 
Complaiu'aut, !Pln8-Nt 
Complain'er, !P12-Nr 
Complaint', iPlnt^ 
Com'plaisance, tPlz' Na 
Com'plaisant, iPlz"-Nt 
Com'plaisantly, tPJz' 

Nt-L 
Com'planate, !P11-n-t 
Com'plement, iPli-Mnt 
Complement'al, iPl^ - 

Mnt-L. [iP12!Mnt] 
Complement'ary, iW- 

lintB 
Complete', iPlt', iPls-Td, 

!Plt!')» 
Complete'ly, iPlts-i 
Complete'ment, iPW 

Mnt 
Complete'ness, iPIt^-Na 
Comple'tion, iPlshn^ 
Comple'tive, iPlts-v 
Com'plex, iPl'-Ka 
Complex'edness, iPl^- 

Ks-D-Ns 
Complex'ion, iPl^-Eshn 
Complex'ional, iW ■ 

Eshn-Z 
Complex'ionary, iPl^ • 

Eahn-iZ 
Complex'ity, IPl'-Ks-T 
Com'plexly, iPli-K-si 
Com'plexness, iPl'-Ka 

Na 
Complex'ure, IP12 - K 

SHr 
Compli'able, iPl'-Bl 
Compli'ance, iPlns* 



COM 

Compli'ant, iPlnt' 
Compli'antly, tPlnt'-L 
Com'plioacy, iPli-K-S 
Com'plicate, iPl^ - Kt, 

iPl'-K-Td, !P11-Kt-NG 
Comi'plioately, iPl'-Kt- 

L 
Com'plicateness, tPl> ■ 

Kt-Ns 

Complioa'tion, iPl^ - 

Eshn 
Com'pUcative, iPl'-Kt- 

V 
Complio'ity, !Plss-T 
Complied', iPldi 
Compli'er, iPU-R 
Com'pliment, iPli-Mnt 
Compliment'al, iPia- 

Mnt-Ii [iMnt] 
Compllment'ary, '.?V • 

Mnt- IS 
Com'plin or Com'plinei 

iP]n> 
Com'plot, iPlti, !Pli-Td, 

iPItC)' 
Compluten'sian, iPl^-T- 

Nahnt 
Comply', iPIi, iPldi, iPl«. 

NG 
Compo'nent, iPns-Nt 
Comport', iP2-iet, ipa-B- 

Td, iP2-Kt-NG ■ 
Comport'able, IP^-iet-Bl 
Compose', iPz2, iPzds, 

!P22-NG 
Composed', iPzds 
Compos'edly, iPz'-J)-L 
Compos'eduess, iPz^D- 

Na 
Compos'er, !P2-Zr 
Compos'ing-stick, !Fz^ 

NGb-T-K 
Compos'ite, !Pzi-T 
Composi'tion, iVzshn' 
Compos'itive, '.Pz'-Tt 
Compos'itor, !P'-zTr or 

iPztri 
Com'post, iPsti 
Compos'ure, !P2-ZHr 
Compound', {v.) !Pnd', 

!Pui-Dd. iPndi-NG 
Com'pound, (o.) IPnfli " 
Compound'er, iPndri 
Comprehend', iPr^-Hiid, 

iPr2-Hn-Dd, iPr^-irnd- 

NG 
Comprehensibil'ity, 

iPri-Ns-B-it 
Comprehen'sible, iPr^- 

Na-B-L 
Comprehen'sibleness, 

iPr2-N8 iBa 
Comprehen'sion, iPr^ - 

Nshn 
Comprehen'sive, iPr^- 

Ns-V 
Comprelien'siTely,!Pr2- 

Ns-V-i 

Comprehen'siveness, 
!Pr2-N6-V-Ns 



COM 

Compress', (v.) !Prs=, 

iVr!.V, :Prs2-NG 
Com'press, (n.)!Prsi 
Compress'ibillty, iPrs»- 

Blt 
CompresB'ible, iPrs^-Bl 
Compress'lbleness, 

:Prs2-Bl-Ns[!Bs) 
Compres'sion, ;Prslin' 
Compress'ive, iPrs^-v 
Compress'or, IPr K 
Compress'ure, i Pr^-SHr 
Compris'al, iPrz>-L 
Comprise', iPrz', iPrzdi, 

IPrzi-NG 
Compromise', !Pr'-Mz, 

iPr'-Mzd, !Prl-Mz-NG 
Com'promiser, iPr'- M- 

Zr 
Com'promit, iPr' - Mt, 

iPri-M-Td, !Pri-MtC) 
Comptroiaer, !Tr2-i-E 
Compul'sative, tP^-i^s- 

Tv 
Compul'satory, iP'-Zs- 

T-K 
Compul'sion, iP^Xsbn 
Compul'sive, i P^-is-V 
Compul'sively, iP>-is- 

V-i 
Compul'siveness, iP' - 

is-V-Ns 
Oompul'sorily, sps-is- 

B-L 
Compul'sory, !PS-Xs-ii 
Compimc'tion, tps - 

NGshn 
Compuno'tious, ips-NG- 

SHs 
Compurga'tion, iPr^- 

Gshn 
Compurga'tor, SPr^-Gtr 
Comput'able, iPt»-Bl 
Computa'tion', ipa-Tshn 
Compute', iPts, ipa-Td, 
„iPtC)« 

Comput'er, iptrs • 
Com'putist or Comput'- 

ist, !Pior8-T6t 
Oom'rade, iiBi-D 
Con-, See Corn- 
Con, Kni, Kiidi, Kni-NQ 
Cona'tion, K^-Nebn 
Co'native, K-Nt-V2 
Concam'erate, ;E-M-J2ti 
Concamera'tion, :e-M- 

Concat'enate, lEti - Nt, 

!Kt-N-Td>, !Kti-Nt-NG " 

Concatena'tlon, tst: - 

Nshn 
Concava'tion, i K- Vsliiis 
Con'oave, tKv', iKvdi, 

!Kt1-NG 
Con'cavenesB, i K- vi-Ns 
Concav'ity, iK-V'-T 
Couoaro-con'cave, ! E- 

Ooncavo - oon'vex, ! K - 



50 

Conoa'vous, i K-Vbs 
Conceal', !ai*, isi*-D 

(;sid»).isia-NG 
Conceal'able, !s£s-Bl 
Concearer, isL»- E 
Conoeal'ment, Ui^-Mnt 
Concede', isDs, isDd", 

!sD»-NG 
Conceit', !sTs 
Concelt'ed, tsTd' 
Conceit'edly, isTds-L 
Conceit'edness, isTd^- 

Ns 
Conoeiv'able, isV'-Bl 
Conceiv'ableness, IsY*- 

Bl-Ns tiBs] 
Conceive', isV^, SsTd', 

isVa^NG 
ConceiVer, isVr» 
Concent', isNti! 
Concen'ter or Concen'- 

tre, !sNta:«, '.sN-Trd2, 

isNtr2-NG 
Con'centrate or Con- 

cen'trate, ! sN-Trf ors, 

isN -Triors -Xd, tsN - 

TrtCJior" 
Concentra'tion, isN - 

TrshnS 
Concen'trative, isN-TrS- 

Tv 
Ooncen'trativenessi 

isN-TrS-Tv-Ns 
Concen'tnc, isirti^K 
Concen'trical-]^, isHtrs- 

Kl 
Ooncentric'ity, isNtrs- 

T« 

Cou'oept, isPti 
Concept'ible, isPta-Bl 
Concep'tion, '.ePebns 
Concep'tionalist, 

tsPehn'-LBt 
Conoep'tive, isPtJ-v 
Concept'ual, !BPt»-L 
Concept'ualism, tsPf-X- 

zM 
Concept'ualist, !sPt«-£st 
Concern', IsBn!, isBnds, 

isEnS-NG 
Conoem'edly, isEnS-D- 

L 
Concem'ing, !sEnS-NG 
Concern'ment, . isSn^- 

Mnt 
Concert', isKta, isBS-Td, 

!sBt2-NG 
Con'cert, isKti 
Concerti'nf, isfis-T-N 
Oon'cert-pitch, isEti-P- 

CH 
Conces'sion, isSHn' 
Conces'sionist, isSH^- 

Nst 
Concea'sive, !ssT» 
Conch, Ki-NG-K 
Couch'oid, K-SG-K-D" 
Conchold'al, iK-Dli 
Concholog'ical, tKl-Ji- 

El 



CON 

lOonchorogist, iEl-Jst> 
Conohol'ogy , ! El- Ji 
Concil'iate, isi»-T, ieL" 

Td, '.Bi»-T-NG 
Concilia'Uon, iaXslm- 
Concil'iator, isitrs 
Concil'iatory, ieL^-l-R 
Concin'nity, !sN-T» 
Concin'noiiB, isNs' 
Con'oio, iSHloi 
Concise', ! Ss> 
Concise'ly, iSs'-i 
Concise'ness, tSij'-Ns 
Concis'ion, tsZHu' 
Con'elave, SElv' 
Conclude', ;Kld», SEIS- 

Dd, '.Elda-NO 
Conclud'er, iEl-Dr" 
Conclu'sion, iElzhn* 
Conclusive, :El8V' 
Conclu'sively, !El8-V>-£ 
Couclu'si veness, !E1b- 

V»-Ns c:Vs) 
Concoct', !E-E-T', !E-K- 

Td'. !K-E-Ti-NG 
Concoct'er, tEi-Etr 
Concoc'tion. !E>-Esbn 
ConoQct'ive, ! K-E-Tt' 
Concom'itance, iE-U- 

Tnsi 
Concom'itancy, tE-M- 

Tni-S 
Concom'itant, !E - M - 

Tnti 
Concom'itantly, !E-M- 

Tnti-L 
Con'oord, ! Krdi 
Concord'ance, tErd^-Ns 
Concord'ant, '.Erd'-Nt 
Concord'antly, :Erd-Nt- 

Li 
Concor'dat, !Er-Dti 
Concord'ist, iEr-Dst> 
Concor'porate, lEr-Prti 
Con'course, i Ers* 
Ooncreate', '.Er-T^ 
Con'crement, : Kri-Mnt 
Concres'cence, i Ers^-Ns 
Concres'cive, ! Ers*- V 
Con'crete, (n.) !Ert' 
Concrete', (».) iErt», !Kr- 

Td3, '.Ert"-NG 
Concretely, !Ert-i» 
Concrete'ness, iErt'-Ks 
Concre'tion, iErshn^ 
Concre'tional, iErshn- 

Concre'tive, iEr-Tv' 
Conou'binage, !E-Bn'-J 
Concu'binal, iK-B^-Nl 
Concu'binary, iE-B»-Nr 
Con'cubine, '.E-Bni 
Concu'piscence, !E-Ps«- 

Ns 
Concu'piscent, !E-Ps'- 

Nt 
Concur', !ErS, iErd», 

'.Kr2-NG 
Concur'rence, ^Kms» 
Concor'rent, '.Ei>-Nt 



CON 

Oonour'rently, !Kr2-Nt- 

L 
Concus'siou, iEshn^ 
Conoua'sive, !Ks-VS 
Condemn, SD^-M, SD^- 

Md, !D2-M-N(i 
Condem'nable, iDs-M- 

N-BI 
Condemna'tion, iD^-U- 

Nshu 
Condem'natory, iD^-M- 

N-T-U 
Condem'ner, iD^-M-Nr 
Conden'sable, iD'-Ns-B- 

L 
Conden'aate, ! C - Ne - T, 

iD2-Ns-Td, iD2-Ns-T-Na 
Condensa'tion, iVusshn!' 
Condeu'sative, !D2-Nb- 

Tt 
Condense', iDns', iDnst', 

IDnsS-Na 
Condens'er, iDs-Ns-B 
Condescend', iD'-sNd 

!D!-8N-Dd. iDS-BSTd-Na 
Condescend'ing, iss- 

eSfd-NG 
Condescend'ingly, !D^- 

sNd-NG-L 
Condescen'sion, iD^ - 

sNshn 
Condign', SDni 
Condignay, IDi-Nl 
Condign'ness, iDn^-Ns 
Con'diment, iDi-Mnt 
Condisci'ple, !DI-bP1 
Condi'tion, iDshns, 

!Dslind>, !DBhn'-NG 
Condi'tional, tDslms-L 
Oonditional'ity, SDbIuis- 

i-T 
Condl'tionally, iDBlinS- 

L 
Conditioned, '.Dshnd' 
Con'ditory, '.D^-T-B 
Condole', iDS-t,, iD^-Ld, 

iD2.L-NG 
Condole'ment, !D2 - L - 

Mnt 
Condo'lenee, i'D'-Ljis 
Condol'er, !D2-i-E 
Condona'tion, iB^-Nshn 
Condone', iDn8, iDnd^, 

!Dn2-NG 
Con'dor, Kudr' 
Conduce', i'Daf, !Dsts, 

iDsS-NG 
Conduoibil'ity, !DS8-B1- 

T 
Condu'oible, SDss-Bl 
Condn'cibleiiess, iVs' - 

Bl-Ns 
Condu'oive, SDb'-T 
Condu'oireness, iDs'-V- 

Ns 
Con'duot, !Di-Kt 
Conduct', !D2-Kt, iD2.K- 

Td, ;D2-Kt-NG 
Conduotibil'ity, iD'-Kt- 

El-T 



51 

Conduct'ible, iDS-Kt-Bl 
Conduc'tion, iDS-Eshii 
Conduot'ive, iD^-Kt-V 
Conductiv'ity, iD'-Kt- 

V-T(or-Vt) 
Conduct'or, iDa-Ktr 
Conduct'ress, '.D^-K-Trs 
Con'duit, iDtlorS 
Condu'plicate, iDs-Pl- 

Kt 
Cone, Kn2 
Oon'fab, iFi-B 
Confab'ulate, ! Fi - B - Zt, 

iji-B-i-Td, iFLB-it-NG 
Confabula'tion, iF'i-B- 

£shn 
Con'fect, !Fi-K-T 
Confection, iF^Sslm 
Confeo'tioner, ips^shn- 

B 
Confeo'tionery, i'E'- 

EBhii-i2 
Confed'eracy, iF^-Dr-S 
Confed'erate, !FS - Drt, 

iF2-Dr-Td. iF!!-Drt(-) 
Confedera'tion, !F2- 

Drshn 
Confed'erative, iF^-Dr- 

Tt 
Confer', iF^-E, !F2-£d, 

!F!-if-KG 
Cou'ference, !F'-iJns 
Confer'rable, '.Fs-iJ-Bl ' 
Confer'rer, iF^-Br 
Confess', iFss, iFBta, SFsS- 

NG 
Confess'edly, SFs'-D-i 
Gonfess'er, SFsS-E 
Conlea'sion, SFshnS 
Confes'sional, iFshn-Z : 
Confes'sionary, iFshn^- 

B 
Confess'or, SFsS-R 
Confidant', iF»-Dnt 
Confidante', iPi-Dnt 
Confide', iF>-D, iFi-Dd, 

SFi-D-NG 
Con'fidence, '.Fi-DnB 
Con'fident. SFi-Dnt 
Confiden'tial-ly, '.F^-D- 
■ «m[iF2-Dn] 
Con'fidently, !F<-Dnt-L 
Confid'er, !Fi-Dr 
Configura'tion, IF^- 

Grshn 
Conflg'ure, !F8-Gr, !FS- 

Grd, !rs-Gr-NG 
Confin'able, !FnVB-L 
Con'fine, iFn' 
Confine', SFni, irnd', 

!Fni-NG 
Confinement, iFn'-Mnt 
Confin'er, !Fi-Nr 
Con'finer, iF>.Sr 
Confirm, ifs-B-M, !F8-E- 

Md.!F2-E-M-NG 
Conflrm'able, iF^-E-M- 

Bl 
Oonflrma'tion, SF^ - E - 

MBbn 



CON 

Oonflrm'atiTe, iF' - R - 

Mt-V 
Confirm'atory, ;f2 - K - 

Ut-B 
Confirm'er, !F!-i2-Mr 
Confls'cable, iFB^-K-Bl 
Con'flsoate or Confis'- 

oate, i Fe'or'-Zt, 1 Fsiors- 

K-Td, iFsiorS-Kt-NG 
Confisea'tion, iFB^-KBha 
Con'fiscator, SFB'-Ktr 
Confis'catory, iFss-K-T- 

R 
Confix', !F5-Ks 
Confla'grant, '.Fl^-Gmt 
Conflagra'tiou, iFia- 

Grshn 
Con'flict,iFl»-K-T 
Conflict', :F18-K-T, SFl'- 

K-Td, iF13-K-T-NG 
Confliot'ive, iFl'-K-TT 
Con'fluence, SFU-Ns 
Con'fluent. IFli-Nt 
Con'flux, iFli-Ks 
Conform', SFi-B-M, 1F>- 

E-Md, iF'-R-M-NG [iFS 

iFd^SFC)': 
Conformabil'lty, !F'-E- 

M-Bl-T[!F"-Blt] 
Conform'able-y, !F>-E- 

M-B1[!F>-B1] 

Conform'ableness, iFi- 

R-M-Bl-Na tiFl:BsJ 

Conform'ate, SF'-E-Mt 
Conforma'tion, !F»-K- 

ilBhn [iFBhnS] 
Conform'er, '.F'-H-Mr 
Conform'ist, iF'-R-MBt 
Conform'ity, iF'-R-M-T 

[iP>-T] 
Confound', iFndi, !Fi-N- 

Dd, iFndi-NG 
Confound'ed, iF'-N-Dd 
Confound'edly, !F»-N- 

Dd-i 
Confoumd'er, iFndr' 
Confrater'nity, iFr^-Tr- 

N-T 
Confrica'tion, !FrS-KBlm 
Confront', !Fmta, iFr^!- 

N-Td, !Frnt2-NG 
Confronta'tion, SFr^-N- 

Tshn 
Confront'er, iFmtr^ 
Confuse', ;Fz», ifzda, 

!Fz3-NG 
Coufus'edly. IFzs-D-i 
Confus'edness, SFz^-D- 

Ns 
Confu'sion, iFzhn' 
Confut'able, '.Fts-Bl 
Confut'ant, tFa-Tpt 
Confuta'tion, SFS-Tshn 
Confute', iFts, !F3-Td, 

!Fts-NG 
Confut'er, irtr' 
Con'ge, iJi or iZHi 
Con'ge, !Ji, iJdi, SJi-NG 
Congeal', !J«-L, iJ'-IA, 

iJ8-L-NG 



CON 

Congeal'able, iJs-z-Bl 
Congearment, ! ja - i - 

Mnt 
Conge d'elire', iJ^-D-i- 

Bor!ZHl-D-£-H 
Coneela'tion, ! J^-Xshn 
Convener, iJi-Nr 
Congener'io, ! J^-Nr-K 
Congen'erous, iJ^-Nrs 
Congen''ial, ! ja-Nl 
Congeniarity, iJi-Nl-T 
Conge'nialness, iJa-Nl- 

Ns 
Congen'ital, !J2-N-T-L 
Oongen'ite, i J2-N-T 
Oon'ger, K'-NG-Gr 
Oon'ger-eel, K'-NG-Gr-L 
Couge'ries, iJ»-Bz 
Congest', i Jst' 
Congest'ible, ! J«-sT-Bl 
Conges'tion, ! Js^-CHq 
CongeBfive, i J«-sTt 
Congla'ciate, '.Gl-SEtz 
Conglacia'tion, ! Gl - 

BHshn^ 
Conglo'bate, !G1 - BV, 

iGl-B2-Td. iGl-BtO' 
Conglo'bately, '.Gl-Bts-i 
Congloba'tion, !G1- 

Bshna 
Conglobe', iGl-Bs, iGl- 

Bd!, !G1-B2-NG 
Conglob'ulate, iGl-Bi-Lt 
Conglom'erate, iGl>- 

Mrt, !Gl-Mr-TdJ, SGU- 

Mrt{-) 
Conglomera'tion, iGl'- 

Mrshn 
Conglu'tinant, iGlt>-Nnt 
Conglu'tinate, !Glts-Nt, 

!Glt-N-Tda, iGlts-Nt-NG 
Conglutlua'tion, !01t^ 

Nshn 
Conglu'tmative, !GU- 

Nt-V8 
Con'go, K»-NG-G 
Oon'gou, Ki-NG-G 
Congrafulant, iGrt-inti 
Congratulate, iGrt-iti, 

'.Grt-ii-Td, iGrt-iti-NG 
Congratula'tion, iGrt- 

CongraVulator, !Grt- 

Z,tri ' 

Congratulatory, !Grt- 

Con'gregate, SGr-G-T', 

iGr-G-Tdi, !Gr-G-Ti-NQ 
Congrega'tion, SGr' - 

Gsbn 
Congrega'tional, iOr^ - 

Gsbn-L 
Congrega'tionalism, 

iGr2-Gshn-i-zM 
Congrega'tionalist, !Gr- 

Gshn-Xsta 
Con'gresB, iGrs' 
Ggngres'sional, iGrslm'- 

Congres'siTe, iGrs-V 



52 

Con'greasman, !GTs>-Mn 
Oou'gruenoe, !Gri-Na 
Con'gruent, !Gr>-m 
Coneru'ity, !Gr"-T 
Con'gruous, !Gri-S 
Con'gruoualy, !Gr>-Sl 
Oon'io, Ki-N-K 
Con'ioal-ly, Ki-N-Kl 
Cou'icalnesa, K' - N - Kl- 

Ns 
Oou'ios, K'-N-Ks 
Con'io-seotion, iKS-N-K- 

sEshn 
Coniferous, k-n-F^-Bs 
Co'niform, K-N-r^-E-M 
Conject'urable, !J2-Ktr- 

B-L 
Conjeofural-ly, iJ»-Ktr- 

L 
Conject'ure, iJS-Ktr, !J2- 

Ktrd, iJ!-Ktr-NG 
Congeot'urer, iJ2-Ktr-B 
Conjoin', iJn', iJndi, 

!Jni-NG 
Conjoint', i Jnti 
Conjoint'ly, iJnt'-L 
Con'iugal-ly, ! Ji-Gl 
Con'jugate, !Ji-Gt, !Ji- 

G-Td, iJi-Gt-NG 
Conjuga'tion, ! J=-Gshn 
Oornu'gial, ! ja-Jl 
Conjunct', ! J2-NGt 
Connnno'tion, i J2-NGshn 
Oonquno'tlve, !J*-NG-Tv 
Conjuno'tively, iJ^-NG- 

T-Vl 
Conjunot'ly, !JS-NG-T-Z 
Conqunot'ure, ! Js-NGtr 
Conjura'tion, iJ^-Ashn 
Conjure', ija-E, ;j»-Ed, 

!J»-ie-NG 
Conjure'ment ;Jrs-Mnt 
Conjur'er, i3'-B-S 
Con'jure, ! Jr' 
Con'jurer, iJr^-E 
Conn, En* 

Connas'cence, !Nsi-Ns 
Connas'cency, !Nsi-N-S 
Connas'cent, iNs'-Nt 
Con'uate or Connate', 

Connat'vu:al, iNt-iJli 
Connatural'ity, !Nt-2Jl'- 

T 
Connect', !Kt!!, iK-Td^, 

;Kt2-NG 
Connect'ed, !K-Td2 
Conueot'edly, !K-Tda-Z 
Connec'tion, ! Eshn> 
Connect'ive, !Kt-Vs 
Connect'ively, '.Kt-y-L 
Conneot'or, ;Ktr" 
Connex'ion, !KBhn» 
Connex'ive, '.Kb-M^ 
Connivance, SN-Vns' 
Connive', SN-V, !N-Vdi, 

!N-Vi-NG 
Conniv'ent, !N-Vnti 
Conniv'er, !N-Vi-B 
Connoisseur', iNs-Es 



CON 
Connoiseur'ship, !Ns- 

WSH-P 
Connota'tion, ! N-TshnS 
Connot'ative, SNt-Tvs 
Connote', iNt^, iS-Tds, 

lNt2-NG 
Connu'bial, iN-B»-L 
Connumera'tion, !N2- 

Mrshn 
Co'noid, Ks-Noid 
Conoid'al, K-N-DU 
Conoid'io, Ki-Md-K 
Conoid'ical, Ki-Nd-El 
Con'quer, !Er>, iErd^ 

!Kri-NG 
Con'querable, !Er-BIi 
Con'queror, !Er-£i 
Con'quest, iEwsti 
Consanguin'eouB, UN - 

Gwn-S" 
Consanguin'ity, ! sK - 

Gwn-T* 
Con'science, iSHns* 
Con'scienceless, tSHi- 

Ns-LS 
Conscien'tious, !SH!-N- 

SHs 
Conscien'tiously, iSH^- 

N-SHs-i 
Conscien'tiousness, 

iSH2-N-SHs-Ns 
Con'scionable, !SHi-N- 

Bl 
Con'scious, i SHs' 
Con'sciotisly, !SHs'-i 
Con'sciousness, iSHs*- 

Ns 
Con'script, !sKr-Pt', 

!sEr-P'-Td, isEr-PtO' 
Conscrip'tion, !sEr- 

Pshns 
Con'secrate, i sEiti, ! sEr- 

Td', SsKrt'-NG 
Con'secrated, isKr-Td' 
Consecra'tion, ! eKrBhnS 
Con'secrator, !sErtr> 
Conseota'neous, !sE-T«- 

Ks 
Consecu'tion, isEshn' 
Conseo'utive, isEt-vs 
Consec'utively, !sEt-V'- 

L 
Consent', ieNts, isN-Td», 

isNti!-NG 
Consentane'ity, !sNt-N- 

Consenta'neous, !bN-T»- 

Ns 
Consenta'neously, tsN- 

•rs-Ns-L 
Consenta'neousneBS, 

!sN-T»-Ns-Ns 
Consent'er, isNtrs 
Consen'tient, !sN-SHiit3 
Con'sequenoe, i BEwns> 
Con'sequent, isKwnti 
Consequen'tial-ly, 

isEw-N-Sffls ['BKwnS] 
ConsequentialnesB, 

iBEW-N-SH12-N8 



CON 

Con'sequently, UEwnt- 
ii 

Conserv'able, Ssie^-V-Bl 
Oonserv'anoy, is«8-Vn-S 
Conserv'ant, isB^-vnt 
Conserva'tion, isfia - 

Vshn 
ConsBTT'atisiu, isB^-V- 

T-zM 
Couserv'ative, isIP-Yt-Y 
Conserva'tor or Con'- 

servator, isKSor'-Vtr 
Couserv'atory, i«iP-V- 

y-R 
Conserve', isBv', tsiSvd", 

Con'serve, tsHv> 
OonserT'er, isBt'-B 
Consid'er, !sDr3, IsDrd', 

!sDrS-NG 
Consid'erable-y, SsDr^- 

Bl 
Cousid'erableness, 

!sDi«-B1-Nb [isDr8:B8] 
Consid'erate, isDrt^ 
Couaid'erately, !sDrt«-i 
Consid'eratenesSji sDit' 

Ns 
Ponsidera'tion, isDrslm' 
Consid'erer, isDr^-B 
Consign', isN', SsHdS 

isN'-NO 
Consignee', isSe' 
Oonsign'er, '.sNr' 
Consignifica'tion, tsG- 

N-F2-Kshn 
Consign'ment, tsN'-Mnt 
Consign'or, isN-Ri 
Consil'ience, isi^'-Ns 
Consist', iSeta, !Ss'-Td 

!S3ts(-) 
Consist'ence, iSs^-Tns 
Consist'ency, iSsS-Tn-S 
Consist'ent, iSs'-Tnt 
Consist'ently, iS8»-Tnt-L 
Consisto'rial, ;Ss>-T-JJl 
Oonsis'tory, iSs'-T-iJ 
Conso'ciate, iS^-sm, iS^- 

SB-Ti. !sa-SHt-NG 
Consooia'tiou, iS2-5flslm 
Consocia'tioual, ts^- 

SUshn-L 
Consol'able, tB£s-BI 
Consola'tion, isishmi! 
Oonsol'atory, isii-T-iJ 
Console', isL', isLd', 

!si2-Na 
Oou'sole, isi' 
Consol'er, isi^-B 
Con'sole-table, isii-T- 

Bl 
Consol'idant, isii-Dnt 
Consol'idate, isLi-iit, 

!s£'-D-Td, isZjl-DtC) 
Consolida'tion, isZ^- 

Dshn 
Consol'idative, !si'-D- 

Tt 
CouBola' or Con'sols, 
. isi^si 



53 

Con'sonanoe, UNnsi 
Oon'sonanoy, isN-N-S' 
Oon'sonant, isNnti 
Oonsonant'fll-ly, isNnt- 

Con'sonous, isNs' 
Con'sort, isBt' 
Consort', !sBt>, isBi-Td, 

isBti-Na 
Conspec'tus, isP^-K-Ts 
Conspio'uous, isF^-K-S 
Conspic'uously, isPs-K- 

Sl 
CSonspic'uousness, UF^- 

Es-Ns 
Conspir'acy, isF'tiS-s 
Conspii^ant, isF^-iint 
Conspira'tion, isFs-Sslm 
Conspir'ator, i&P^-ietr 
Conspire', isPi-E, isF'- 

Ed, !sPi-iS-Na 
Conspir'er, isP'-Br 
Con'stable, isT^-Bl 
Con'stablery, !sTi'-Bl-a 
Con'stablesfiip, !sT'-Bl 

SH 
Constab'ulary, isTi-Bl-iJ 
Con'stanoy, isTn'-S 
Con'stant, isTnti 
Con'stautly, SsTnti-L 
Constella'tion,! sT^-Lshu 
Constema'tion, !sTr2- 
^ Nshn 
Con'stipate, !sT'-Pt, 

!sT>-P-Td, !sTi-Pt(-) 
Oon'stipatlon, isT^-Pshn 
Constifuenoy, i stTS-N- 

us 

Constit'uent. istT^-N-T 
Con'stitute, SstTi - T, 

iStT'-T-D, !stTl-T-NG 
Con'stituter, SstT'-Ttr 
Constitu'tion, istTBhn^ 
Constitu'tional, SsiTshn^ 

-L 
Constitutional'ity, 

!stTshni-L-T 
Coustitu'tiohally, 

i6tTshn»-i 
Constitu'tive, istT'-Tv 
Constrain', isTrns, 

isTmds. isTm^-Nfl 
Constraiu'able, isTm^- 

B(-L) 
Constrain'edly, isTm^- 

D-L 
Constrain'er, isTr^-Nr 
Constraint', isTrnta 
Constrict', i sTr^ - Kt, 

;sTrS-K-Td. isTr^-Kt-NG 
Constrict'ed, isTr^-K-Xd 
Constrio'tion, isTrs- 

Eshn 
Constriot'ive, isTrS-Kt-V 
Constriot'or, IsTr^-Ktr 
Constringe', '.sTr»-N-J, 

IsTrS-N-Jd, !sTr8-N- 

J-NG 
Constrin'gent, isTr" - N - 

Jnt J 



CON 

Construct', isTr^ - Kt, 

isTr2-K-Td, isTrZ-Kt-NG 
Con'struot, isTr'-Kt 
Coustruot'er, isTr^-Ktr 
Construo'tion, isTrS- 

Eslin 
Construo'tioual, isTra- 

Kehn-L 
Construc'tionist, isTr^- 

Kshn-St 
Couatruct'ive, isTi-s-Kt- 

V 
Construot'ively, i sTr^- 

Kt-V-i 
Construct'iveuess, 

!sTr2-Kt-V-Ns ['.sTr2- 

KtiVs] 
Cou'strue, isTr>,' isTrdi, 

isTri-NG 
Cou'stuprate, SbT' - Prt, 

isTi-Fr-Td. isTi-PrtC) 
Constupra'tion, tsT'- 

Prshn 
Consubstan'tial, !sBi- 

sT-N-SS"! [isBi-sTn] 
Consubstan'tialist, '. sBi- 

sT-N-ASHlst [isBi-sTnst] 
Consubstantiarity, 

isBi-sT-N-Sifl-T CisBi- 

sTn] 
Consubstam'tiate, isBi- 

sTu-SHt, isBi-sTn-SH- 

Td, isBi-sTn-SHt-NG 
Consubstantia'tion, 

tsBa-sTn-SHshn 
Con'suetude, isT>-D 
Consuetu'dinal, isTS-D- 

Nl 
Cou'sul, !si» 
Con'sular, isii-E 
Con'sulary, isTA-B 
Con'sulate, isLt' 
Con'sulship, isi'-SH-P 

[!s£i.'SH: 
Consult', isLV, isL'-Td, 

isita-NG 
Consulta'tion, isL'-Tshn 
Conault'er, isUr^ 
Consum'ablS, !sM-Bl' 
Consume', !sM3, isMd', 

isMS-NG 
Consum'er, isMr^ 
Con'summate or Con- 

sum'mate, isMt'or'-i 
Consum'mately, isMf-Z 
Consumma'tion, 

Consump'tion, isMshna 
Oonsump^tive, isMt-V2 
Consump'tively, isMta- 

y-L 
Consump'tiveness, 

.!sMt-va-Ns l!Vs] 
Con'taot, !Ti-Kt 
Conta'gion, iia-Jn 
Conta'gious, iia-Js 
Couta'giously, iT'-J- 

bL 
Conta'giousness, ixa-Ja- 

Ks 



CON 

Contain', iTn=, iTud^, 

!Tu»-Na 
Contain'able, !Tu2-B(-L) 
Contaiu'ant, iTn^-Nt 
Contain'er, !T!-Nr 
Contam'inable, iT'-M- 

NBl 
Contam'inate, !T'-M-N- 

T, !Ti-M-N-Td, iT'-M-N- 

Tua 

Contamina'tion, iT^-M- 

Nshn 
Contemn', !Ta-M, iT2- 

Md, !T2-Mn-NG 
Oontem'ner, iT^-M-TTr 
Contem'per, !T"M-Pr 
Oontem'perate, ST^-M- 

Prt 
Coutem'perament, il-- 

M-Pr-Mnt 
Contempera'tion, !T2- 

M-Prshn 
Con'template or Con- 

tem'plate, iT'ors - M - 

Pit, iT'orS- M -Pl-ia, 

'.Tior!i-M-Plt(0 
Contempla'tion, STS-M- 

Plshn 
Oontem'plative, iTS-M- 

Plt-V 
Coutem'platively, iT= 

M-Plt-v-i 
Contem'platiTeuess, 

!T=-M-Plt!Vs 
Oou'templator, iT'-M 

Pltr 
Contempora'neouB, !T2 

M-Pr-Ns 
Contempora'neously, 

!T2-M-Pr-Ns-L 
Contempora' neousneas 

iia-M-Pr-Ns-Ns 
Contem'porariness, ix^- 

M-Pr-«-Na 
Contem'porary, !T2-M- 

Pr-B 
Contempt', iT^-Mt 
Contempt'ible-y, ST^ - 

Mt-Bl 
Contempt'iblenesB, !I2- 

MtiBs 
Contempt'uous, iT^-M- 

Ts 
Contempt'uously, iia- 

M-TsZ, 
Contend', !Tnd», tTna. 

Dd, !Tndi!-NG 
Contend'er, STudr^ 
Content', ilnt^ 
Con'tent, iTnti 
Contended, iTn^-Td 
Oontent'edly, iTn^-Td-i 
Content'edness, iTii<! - 

Td-Na 
Conten'tion, iT^-Nshn 
Conten'tious, ITns.gHs 
Conten'tiously, !Tn2- 

8H-si 
Conten'tioasnesB, JTuo- 

SHb-Nb 



64 

Oontent'ment, !T! N-T- 

Mnt [iTts-Mnt] 
Con'tents or Contents', 

iTntsio?-!' 
Conter'minable, i Tr^-M- 

N-Bl 
Conter'minate, iTr^-M- 

N-T 
Conter'muious, !Tr'-M- 

Na 
Contest', !Tata, !TB»-Td. 

!Tst2-NG 
Con'test, iTsti 
Contest'able, ITs^- T -B' 

[;Ts2-BI] 
Contest'ant, iTaa-Tnt 
Coutesta'tion, tTe^-Tahn 
Oontest'ed, !Ts2-Td 
Oon'text, ITi-Kst 
Context'ural, iTa - Ka - 

CHr-Z. 
Context'ure, iT^-Kstr 
Coatigna'tion, .'T^ - G - 

Kshn 
Contigu'ity, ST'-G-T 
Contig'uous, iT3-G-S 
Oontig'uoualy, !T3-G-S1 
Contig'uousneBs, iX"- 

Gs-Ns 
Con'tinenoe, SXi-Nna 
Con'tinonoy, iri-u-N-S 
Oon'tinent, iT'-Nnt 
Continent'al, !X2-Knt-i 
Con'tinently, tH-Nnt-i 
Contin'gence, iln^-Jns 
Oontin'Benoy, !In»-J 

N-S 
Contin'gent, ITn'-Jnt 
Contin'gently, !Iii»-Jnt- 

L 
Contin'uable, iXS^N-Bl 
Oontm'ual-ly, !Xa-Nl 
Contin'uance, iX^-Kus 
Contin'uate, !T3-N-t, 

iX3.N-Xd, iXS-N-X-NG 
Contiuua'tion, !ia-Nshn 
Contin'uative, !TS-N-Iv 
Contln'uator, ixa-Ntr 
Coutin'ue, iTS-N, !X3-N- 

D, !X3-N-NG 
Contin'uer, !T»-S'-R 
Coutinu'ity, iia-N-T 
Coutin'uous, !T«-Ns 
Contiu'uousiy, !I3-Ns-L 
Contort', ST'- Kt, STi-iS- 

Xa. iTi-Bt-NQ 
Contor'tion, !T»-ifshu 
Coutor'tive, il'-fit-V 
Contour', !T»-E 
Con'trabond, !Tri-Bnd 
Con'trabandist, Siri - 

Bnd-Bt 
Contract', iTr'-Kt, !Tri- 

K-Xd, !Xrl-Kt-NG 
Con'traot, iXr'-Kt 
Contraot'ed, iXr'-K-Xd 
Contract'edly, !Xri-K- 

Td-£ 
Contract'ednesB, iTr'- 

K-Td-Hs 



CON 



Contractibil'ity, iTr». 

Kt-Blt 
Contraot'ible, iXr>-Kt-Bl 
Contract'iblenesB, ilr>- 

EttBs 
Contract'ile, iTr'-Kt-L 
Contractil'ity, iTra-Kt- 

i-T 
Contrac'tion, iTri-Esbn 
Contract'ive, !Tri-Kt-Y 
Contraofor, :Tr>-Etr 
Con'tra-dance, Entr - 

Dns'' 
Contradict', ! Xrd> - Kt, 

iXrda-K-Xd, iXrdS-Kt- 

NG 
Contradiet'er, <Trd'-Ktr 
Contradic'tion, iXrd'- 

Eshn 
Contradic'tious, !Xrd^ 

E-SHa 
Contradict'ive, iXrd'- 

Kt-v 
Contradict'orUy, iXrdS- 

Et-iil 
Contradict'orinesB, 

!Xrd»-Kt-B-Ns 
Contradiot'ory, iTrd»- 

Et-;j 
Contradistinc'tion, 

STrdsta-NGahn 
Contradistinct'iTe, 

;Xrdst»-NGt-V 
Contradistin'guish, 

iXrdats - NG - Gw - BH, 

!Trdst8-NG - Gw - 8Ht, 

i Xrdsta-NG - Gw- SH - NG 

[ilrdsta-NG-SH:, !Trdet»- 

NG-SHt, !Trdst3-NG-SH- 

NG] 
Contraindica'tion, iTii- 

N-D-Eahn , 
Coutral'to, iIrl-£-T 
Contramand', iTr'-Itliid 
Contraposi'tion, iXi^ - 

PzfAn 
Con'traries, !Xri-Bz 
Oontrari'ety, !Xri-JJ-T 
Con'trarily, iXr'-B-i 
Con'trariness, !Xri-B-Na 
Contra'rioua, iXrS-ie-s 
Oontra'riouBly, ! Tr" - is - 

iL 
Con'trariwise, iTr'-B- 

Wa 
Contrary, iXr'-S 
Contrasf, iXist', ilrsi- 

Td, !Trati-NG 
Cou'trast, iXrst' 
Con'tra-tenor, !Tri-T-Nr 
Contravalla'tion, !Tr«- 

Vlshn 
Contravene', iXrvS - N, 

!Trv8-Nd, !IrvS-N-NQ 
Contraveu'er, !Trv»-N-E 
Contraven'tion, iXrr" - 

Nahn 
Contraver'sion, iTrS- 

Vrshn 
Contretemps, Kntr-Tni 



cow 

Contrib'utable, !Tr»-Bt- 

Bl 
Contrib'utaxy, iTi* B-T 

S 
Contrib'ute, !TrS - Bt, 

'.TrS-B-Td, iTrS-BtC) 
Contribu'tion, STr^- 

Bshn 
Contrib'utive, !Tr3-Bt-V 
Contrib'utor, iTrs-Btr 
Contrib'utory, iTr^-B-T- 

B 
Oon'trite, iTrti 
Oon'tritely, iTrti-i 
Con'triteness, !TrO-Na 
Contri'tion, ITrshns 
Contriv'able, iTrvi - B 

Contriv'auce, tTrv'-Ns 
Contrive', STrvi, iTrrd', 

!Trv>-NG 
OontriT'er, '.Tr'-Vr 
Control', iTr!!-L, iTrs-Ld, 

Control'lable, iTrS-i-Bl 
Control'ler, !T]«-i-R 
Control'lership, '.tifi-L- 

Oontrol'ment, i Tr^ - i - 

Mnt 
Controver'sial, iTrS-Vr- 

SHl 
Oontrover'sialist, iTr^- 

Vr-SHlst 
ControTer'sially, ilifl- 

\v-SHl 
Oon'troveray, iTr'-Vr-S 
Cou'trovert, iTr' - Vrt, 

STri-Vr-Td, !Tri-Vrt(-) 
Con'troverter, !Tr'-Vrtr 
ControTert'ible-y, '.Tpii- 

Vrt-Bl 
Con'trovertist, !Tri-Vr- 

TBt 

Contunm'cious, ',T>-M- 

SHs 
Contoma'ciously, '.T'- 

Contuma'ciousness, 

!T2-M-SHb-Ns 
Con'tumacy, STi-M-S 
Contume'lious, iT^-M- 

£3 
Contume'liously,!TS-M- 

is-X 
Contomeliousness, il'- 

M-Zs-Ns 
Con'tumely, !Ti-M-i 
Coutase', !Tz>, !Tzd", 

iTz3-NG 
Contu'sion, !Tzliii> 
Conun'drum, SN-Dr^-M 
Con'usance, iSnsi 
Uon'usant, tSnti 
Convalesce', !Ts-is, SV!- 

ist. iV2.is-NG 
Convales'cence, iV^-is- 

Ns 
ConvBles'cency, iV^-Zs- 

N-s r 



55 

Convales'cent, !V'-iB- 

Nt 
Convales'cently, i vs-Zs- 

Kt-L 
Conveo'tiou, iV^-Kshn 
Conven'able, !Vns-B(-L) 
Convene', !Vn», iVnds, 

'.Vn»-NG 
Conven'er, iV«-Nr 
Oonven'ienoe, STn'-Ns 
Oonven'ienoy, !Vn»-N-S 
Conven'ient, ! Vns-Nt 
Oonveu'lently, ;vn»-Nt- 

Xi 
Con'vent, !Vnt> 
Convent'iole, iVs-Nt-Kl 
Convent'ioler, iVs-Nt- 

Kl-B 
Conveu'tion, iV'-Nshn 
Conven'tioual-ly, iV*- 

Nshn-L 
Conven'tionalism,' iV>- 

Nshu-Z'ZM 

Conven'tionaliBt, !V^ 

Nshn-ist 
Conventionarity, !V'- 

Nshu-i-T 
Conven'tionary, !V>- 

ISBhn-B 
Couvenfual, iVs-Nt-L 
Converge', iVr^-J, iVra- 

Jd, iVr2-J-NG 
Conver'gence, iVr«-Jns 
Conver'genoy, iVrS-J-N- 

S 
Conver'gent, iVr^-Jnt 
Oonver'sa.ble-y, iVrs^-Bl 
Conver'sableneas, ! Yrs'- 

Bl-Ns [!Bs 
Con'versant, iVr^-sNt 
Conversa'tion, iVrssftTjS 
Conversa'tional, 

!Vrssto2-L 
Conversa'tionalist, 

iVrssAnS-Lst 
Conversa'tionist, 

iVrs»7iK2-St . 
Oonver'sative, iVrs^-Tv 
Con'veraazione, iVr'-sT- 

SN 
Converse', IVrs^, iVrst^, 

iVrsa-NG" 
Con'verse, iVrsi 
Con'versely, !Vrs>-L 
ConverS'er, iVrs«-E 
Conver'sion, !Vrslm8 
Convert', (».) iVrta, iVrs- 

Td, Vrtwa 
Con'vert, (re.) !Vrt> 
Convert'er, ! Vrtr^ 
Convertibii'ity, iVrs-Blt 
Convert'ible-y, !Vrt!!-Bl 
Convert'iblenesB, iVrt^- 

Bl-Ns [iBs] 
Con'vex, iVi-Ks 
Convex'edness, iV^-Ks- 

D-Ns 
Convex'ity, iVS-Ks-T 
Con'vexly, SV-K-si; 
Con'vezness, !T>-£s-Ks 



COO 

Oonver'o-oon'oaT**! V»- 

K-SiKvi , 
Convex'o-oon'vex, iV 

K-SiV'-Ks • 
Convex'o-plane, iV^-K* 

S-Pln 
Convey', !V2, iVds, iV»- 

NG 
Convey'able, !V2-B1 
Convey'anoe, iVS-Ns 
Convey'ancer, iV^-Ns-E 
Couvey'ancing, iV"-Ks- 

NG 
Convey'er, iV^-B 
Convict', i Vs-K-T, i VS-K- 

Td, :Va-K-T-NG 
Oon'viot, ! yi-K-T 
Oonvlc'tion, ! V'-Kshn 
Conviot'ive, iVa-S-Tv 
Convince', !Vns», iV»- 

Nst. :V»-Ns-NG 

Convinoe'meut, iV'-Ns- 

Mnt 
Convin'cer, iV'-N-sB 
Convin'cible, !V»- Ns- B 

(-L) 
Oouvin'cingly, iV^-Ns- 

NG-L 
Couviv'ial, iV'-V-L 
Convivial'ity, !V»-V-Zi-T 
Conviv'ially, iV'-V-L 
Con'vooate, iVi-K-T, 

!Vi-K-Td, !V1-K-T-NG 
Convooa'tion, i V^-Kshn 
Convoke', !V!i-K, iyn-K- 

T, iV'-K-NG 
Con' volute, '.Y^-Lt 
Con'voluted, iVi-i-Td 
Convolu'tlon, '.Y'-Lsba 
Convolve', ivi'-v, iVU- 

Vd, iVli-V-NG 
Convol'vuli, !Vli-V-i 
Convol'vulus, iVl'-V-is 
Convoy', iVi, !Vdi, iyi. 

NG 
Con'voy, SV 
Convulse', iVa-Ls, iV*- 

Lst, iV2-L8-NG 
Convul'sion, iV^.Lsim 
Oonvul'sive, iV^-Ls-V 
Convul'sively, !T2-Lb-V1 
Co'uy, Ks-N 
Coo, K8, K-D3, KS-NG 
Coo'ing, K8-KG 
Cook, K3-K, K-E-T», KS- 

K-NG 
Cook'ery, K'-Kr 
Cook'y, K8-KI 
Cool, (a.) K-t8, K-Li^, K- 

ista 
Cool, (u.) K-L', K-Ld3, K- 

L«-NQ 
Cooled, E-Ld3 
Cool'er, K-irS 
Cool'-headed,E-L»-H-Dd 
Coo'lie, K-L3 
Cool'ish, E-l^-SH 
Oool'ly, K-L-is 
Oool'ness, K-IMSa 
Coo'ly, K-lfl 



coo 

Coom, K'-M 

Coomb or Coombe, E>- 

M 
Coop, K-pa, K-Pt3, K-P8- 

Na 

Coop'er, K-Prs 
Coop'erage, K-Prs.j 
Co-op'erate, K-Prti, K- 

Pri-Td. K-PrtC)> 
Co-opera'tion, E-Prslms 
Co-op'erative, K-PrP-V 
Co-op'erator, K-Prtr» 
Coop'eiy, K-Pr3 
Co-or'duiate, K-B>-D-N- 

T 

Co-or'diaately, K-a'-D- 

N-T-Z, 

Co-ordina'tion, E-ii^-S- 

Nsliii 
Co-or'diiiative, E-fi>-D- 

N-Tt 
Coot,Et' , 
Cop, E-P« 
Copal'lja, E-Ps-B 
Copai'va, E-ps-v 
Co'pal, E-P12 
Copar'cenary, K-Prs'-Nr 
Copar'cener, E-Prsi-Nr 
Copar'oeny, K-Prs'-N 
Oopart'ner, E-Prti-Ur 
Ooparfnership, K-Prf- 

Nr-SH(-P) 
Cope, K-PS, E-Pt!, E-P!- 

NG 
Coper'nican, E-Prs-N- 

En 
Oope'stone, E-pa-sTn 
Cop'ier, E-P'-K 
Gop'ing, E-Ps-Na 
Co'pious, E-Ps" 
Co'piovisly, E-PS-sL 
Co'piousness, E-Ps^-Ns 
Copped, E-Pti 
Cop'per, E-Pr', E-Pra>, 

E-Pri-NG 
Cop'peras, E-Prsi 
Cop'per-head, E-Pr^-Hd 
Cop'pering, E-Pri-NG 
Cop'perish, E-Pr'-SH 
Cop'per-plate, E-Pr>-Plt 
Cop'persmith, E-Pri-sM 

TH 
Cop'per-'wonn, E - Pr' - 

Wr-M 
Cop'pery, E-Pri 
Cop'pioe, e-Pb1 
Cop'pled, E-Pia> 
Copse, E-Psi 

§opt, E-PP 
op'tio, E-Pti-E 
Cop'ula, E-Pi-i 
Cop'ulate, E-P»-£t, E-pi- 

i-Td, E-pi-itNG 
Copula'tion, E-P'-i6hn 
Cop'ulative, E-P'-it-V 
Cop'ulatory, K-P'-it-i! 
Cop'y, E-Pi, E- Pdi, E-P> 

NG 
Cop'y-book, E-P»-B-E 
Cop'yer, E-P>-B 



56 

Cop'y-hold, E-P'-Hld 
Cop'y-liolder, E-P'-Hldr 
Cop'y-hook, E-P'-H-E 
Cop'ying-press, E - P' - 

NG-Prs 
Oop'yist, E-Psti 
Cop'yright, E-P'-Bt, E- 

P>-K-Td, E-Pi-iJt-KG 
Cop'yrlghted, E-P>-B- 

Td 
Coquet, E-E-T2, E-E-Td2, 

E-E-T2-NG 
Coquet'ry, E-E-Trs 
Coquette', E-E-T2 
Coquet'tish, E-E-T^-SH 
Coquet'tisbly, E-E-T^- 

sm 

CoT'«iole, E-fli-El 
Cor'acoid, E-£i-Ed 
Oor'al, E-Bli 
Cor'aline, E-Hln' 
Cor'alloid, E-aP-D 
Coralloid'al, E-iJU-D-L 
Corb, E-*i-B 
CorTjan, E-K'-Bn 
Oor'beil, E-K>-B-L 
CorTiel, E-fii-B-L 
Cord, ErdS Er-Ddi, Erdi- 

NG 
Cord'age, Erd- Ji 
Cor'date, Er-Dt> 
Cor'dated, Er-Di-Td 
Cor'dately, Ei>Dti-£ 
Cordelier', Kr-V-L-S, 
Cord'ial, Er-Di-L 
Cordial'ity, Er-D'-X.-T 
Cord'ially, Er-D'-i 
Cord'ialness, KtS^-L- 

Ns- 
Cor'don, Er-Dni 
Cor'dovan, Er-Dv'-N 
Corduroy" or Oor'duroy 

Er-Di-B 
Cord'wain, Er-Di-Wn 
Oord'wainer, Er - D' - W- 

Nr 
Core, Er2, Erds, Er!-NG 
Oore'gent, K-B'-lnt 
Corela'tion, E-iJlshnS 
Cor'er, E-Kr" 
Coria'ceous, E-S^-SHs 
Corian'der, E-flndr' 
Corin'thian, Er-N-THn' 
Cork, Er'-E, Kr>-E-X,Eri- 

KNG. Vocalized with 

aw. See Crack, etc. 
Cork'ingpin, Er'-E-NG- 

Pn 
Cork'-jaoket, Er-E-Ji-Et 
Cork'sorew, Er'-E-sEr 
Oork'y, Eri-Ei 
Cor'naoraat, Eri-M-Bnt 
Com, E-iini, E-iiudi, E- 

Bni-NG 
Gorn'-oookle, E-2Jn'-E- 

Kl 
Cor'nea, E-fli-N 
Corned, E-Bnd' 
Cor'nel, Er>-Nl 
Comel'iau, Er-N-Ln^ 



COR 

Oor'ner, Eri-Nr, Eri-Nrf, 
Cor'neoUB, Er-N-S» 

Eri-Nr-KG 
Cor'ner-stone, Er>-Nr- 

sTn 
Cor'nerwiae, Er-Nr-Wa^ 
Cor'net, Er'-Nt 
Cor'net-a-piston, Er'- 

Nt-Ps-Tn 
Cor'netoy, Er-Nt-S» 
Cor'nioe, Er'-Ns 
Oom'ish, Er-N-SHi 
Cornstalk, Em-sT'-E 
Comuoo'pia, Er-N-E-P' 
Cor'nute, Er'-Nt 
Cor'nuted, Er-N-Td' 
Oom'y, K-Bi-N 
Oor'oL K-fll> 
Corol'Ia, E-Hli 
CoroUa'ceous, E-m^-SHa 
Cor'ollary, KBV-R 
Cor'ollate,E-ifli-T 
Cor'oUated, E-iZli-Td 
Coro'na, E-JP-N 
Coro'nee, E-«"-N 
Cor'onal, E-B'-Nl (or -N- 

L) 
Cor'onary, E-Bn'-H 
Corona'tion, K-B^-Neim 
Cor'oner, E-K'-Nr 
Cor'onet.E-Ki-Nt 
Oor'poral, Er-Pr'-L. See 

Corporal'ity, Er-Pr'-li-T 
Oor'porally, Er-Pr'-i 
Cor'porate, Er-Prt« 
Cor'porately, Er-Prti-X 
Corpora'tion, Er-Prshn* 
Cor'porator, Er-Prtr' 
Corpo'real, Er-pa-Kl. See 

Cttrporal, 
Corpo'realist, Er-P«-Blst 
Corporeal'ity, Er-Pi-Bl- 

T 
Corpo'really, Er-P^-Bl 
Corpore'ity, Er-pa-B-T 
Cor'posant, Er-pi-zNt 
Corps, Er2 
Corps-d'armee, Er^-Dr- 

M 
Corpse, Er-Ps> 
Cor'pulenoe, Er-Pi-ins 
Cor'pulency, Er-P>-in- 

S 
Cor'pulent, Er-P'-int 
Cor'pulently, Er^piint- 

L 
Cor'pus, Er-Psi 
Cor'puaole, Er-Pss-L 
Corpus'oular, Er-P6»-El- 

B 
Corpuscula'rian, Er ' 

PB^-El-Bn 
Corpus'oule, Er-Ps^-El 
Corra'diate, Er-B^-ut 
Corradia'tion, Kr - B^ • 

Dshn 
Correct', Er-E-T^, Kr-K- 

Td2. Er-E-T!-NG [Er2-E, 

Er-E-TdS Er=-EC) 



COR 

Corree'tlon, Kr'-Kslin 
Correc'tional, ET-Esbn- 

Z." 
Correot'ive, Kr-K-Tv« 
Correotay, Kr-K-T«-i 

tKr-K-£S] 
Correot'ness, Er - E - T* - 

N8 [Ers-E-Ns] 
Correot'or, Er'-Etr 
Correlate', K-RW, E-fils- 

Td, E-iZlf-N© 
Correla'tion, E-rashn2 
Oorrel'atiTe, E-Jflts-V 
Oorreratively, E-iJlt"- 

V-L 
Correspond', Er-sPna', 

Er-sPu^-Dd, Er-sPndi- 

NG 
Correspond'ence, Er- 

sPndi-Ns 
Correspond'enoy, Er- 

ePnd'-N-S 
Correspond'ent, Er - 

BPndi-Nt 
Oorrespond'ently, Er- 

sPndi-Nt-I. 
Correspondingly, Er- 

6Pndi-NG-L 
Correspon'sive, Er - 

sPnsi-V 
Cor'ridor, Er-Dri 
Corrigen'da, Er-J2-N-D 
Corrigen'dum, Er-Js-N- 

D-M 
Cor'rigible, Er-Ji-Bl 
Cor'rigibleness, Er - Ji- 

Bl-Ns [iBs] 
Corri'yal, Er-iJi-V-L 
Gorrob'orant, Er-Bmt' 
Oorrob'orate, Er-Brti, 

Er-Bri-Td, Er-Brt(-)1 
Corrobora'tion, Er 

Brshn2 
Corrob'orative, Er-Brt' 

V 
Corrob'oratory Er-Brti- 

B 
Corrode', E-B'-D, E-JJs- 

Dd, E-ied2-NG 
Corrod'eut, E-B^-Dnt 
Corrod'ible, E-iSd-Bl 
Corro'sible, E-JJs^-B {-L) 
Corro'sion, K-ttzbn^ 
Corro'sive, E-TP-sV 
Oorro'sively, K-IP^bY-L 
Corro'siveness, K-B'- 

sV-Ns [;Vs] 
Cor'rugant, E-fii-Gnt 
Oor'rugate, E-^i-Gt, E- 

fii-G-Td, E-iS>-Gt-NG 
Corruga'tion, K-J»!.Gshn 
Corrupt', Er-Pt2, Er-PS- 

Td. Er-Pt(-)« 
Corrupt'er, Er-Ptr^ 
Corruptibil'ity, Er-Pf- 

Blt 
Corrupt'ible-y, Er-Pt2- 

Bl 
Corrupt'ibleness, Er - 

Pts-Bl-Ns i-iSMi^ 



57 

Oorrup'tion,lKr«-PBhn 
Corrupi'ive, ti-Pti-v 
Corruptly, Er-Pt^-i 
Corrupt'neBB, Er-Pt^-Ns 
Cor'sage, Er-sJ> 
Cor'saiT, Er-sE> 
Corse. Krs'or' 
Corse'let, Er-8it> 
Cor'set, Kp-bT', Er-sTd>, 

Er bT>-NG 
Oorsaet, Er-s£t> 
Cortege', Er-T^-ZH 
Cor'tes, Er-Tz» 
Cor'tical, Er-T'-El 
Cor'tioate, Er-T'-Et 
Oor'tioated, Er-Ti-E-Td 
Cortio'iform, Er-Tss-F 

(-R-M) 
Cor'tioose, Er-T'-Es 
Cor'tioous, Er-Ti-Es 
Corun'dum, E-flnd^-M 
CoruB'oant, E-iSs=-Ent . 
Cor'uscate, E-lZs>-Et 
Corusoa'tion, E - Bs= - 

Eshn 
Cor'vet, Er-Vti 
Corvette', Er-vts 
Cor'vlne, Er-Vni 
Oor'ybant, E-fli-Bnt 
Coryban'tes, E-K'-Bn-Tz 
Coryban'tio, E-K'-Bnt-E 
Cor'ymb, Ei'-M 
Oorym'bose, Er - M - 

Bga , 
Ooryplie'us, K-Ks-fs 
Co-se'cant, K^-sEnt 
Co'sey,E-Z2 
Co'sily, K-Z12 
Oo'-sme, Es2-N 
Cosmet'ic, E^-zMt-E 
Gosmet'ical, E^-zMt-El 
CoB'mic, Ei-zM-E 
Cos'mical-ly, E'-zM-El 
Cosmog'onist, Ei-zM-G 

N6t 

Oosmog'ony, E'-zM-G-N 
Gosmog'raplier, E-zM- 

Gr-Fri 
Cosmograph'ic, E'-zM- 

Gi£-E 
Cosmograph'lcal, E-zM- 

Gr-F>-Kl 
Cosmog'rapliy, E-zM- 

Gr-Pi 
Cosmol'ogist, E-zM-£>- 

Jst 
Cosmorogy, E-zM-Ci-J 
Cosmoplas'tlc, E-zU- 

Plsi-T-E 
Cosmoporitan, E-zM- 

Pli-Tn 
Cosmop'olite, E-zM-Flt> 
Cosmop'olitism, E-zU- 

Plti-4M 
Cosmora'ma, 



cou 

(Cos'saok, Kb'-E 
Cos'set, Ks-T' 
Cost, Est'. EPt(-)' 
Cos'tal, Ks-Ti L 
Cos'tard, Ke-Ti-l^d 
Cos'teaning, Eb-Tii>-NG 
Oos'tive, Sg-Tfi 
Cos'tiveossB, Es-Tt'-Ns 
Cost'lmeiB. Ks-Ti-i-Ns 
Oost'ly, Es-T'-£ 
Costume' or Oostauie, 

EB-T»orl-M 
Co'sy, E-Z2 
Cot, Eti 

Co-tangent, E-Tni-Jnt ^ 
Cote, Et2 
Cotempora'neous, E-T^ 

M-Pr-Ns 
Cotem'porary, E-T"-M- 

■Pi-B 
Coterie', K-V-R 
Co-tid'al, E-Ti-Dl 
Cotil'lon, E-T»-Zu 
Cotill'ion, E-T3-in 
Cot'quean, Et'-Ewn 
Cots'wold, Et-swidi 
Cott, Ell 
Cot'tage, Et-Ji 
Cot'tager, Et-Jr' 
Cot'ter, Etri 
Cot'ton, Eti-N, Eti-Nd, 

Eti-H-NG 
Cot'ton-gin, EP-N- Jn 
Cot'ton-plant, Et'-N. 

Pint 
Cot'tou-wood, Eti-N-wD 
Cot'ton-wool, Eti-N-Wl 
iCot'tony,Eti-NT 
Cotyle'don, E-T^-i-Bn 
Cbtyled'onal, E-T^-i-D- 

Nl 
Cotyled'onous, E-T^-i- 

D-Ns 
Couch, E-CHi, E-CHt» 

E-CHl-NG 
Couoh'aut, E-CHnti 
Couoh'er, E-CHri 
Oouch'-grass, E-CHi-Grs 
Cou'gar, E3-Gr 
Cbugn, Kf, Eft', E£i-NG 
Cough'er, Ef-K' 
Coul, K-Li 
Could, Ed» [ES) 

E, for could, is not joined 
in phrases, except initially. 
Could, if joined to a pre- 
ceding word, is written Kd; 
thus, 

It could. T3-Ed 

It could not, T'-Ed- 

m 

If he could FS-H-Ed 
Coul'ter, Eltr2 
Cpun'oil, E-N-bLI 
E-zM-, Coun'cilman, E - N - sLi- 
Mn 



Oosmoram'io, K-zMB^ Coun'oilor, E-Ns-L'-K 

M-E , [E-s£i-K] 

Cos'nioa K>-zM8 Coun'sel, (n.) E-Ns-H 

Coss, Eel [Es-L>] 



COTT 
Coun'sel, (v.) e-Ns-ls 

K-Ns-Ldi, K-Ns-Li-NQ 
Couuseror, K - Ns - Li - E 

[K-sX/>-B] 
Coun'selorsbip, E-ITs- 

L>-B ;SH 
CoOnt, Enti, En - Td>, 

EnP-NG 
Coun'tenanoe, Ent'-Nne, 

Enti-N-Nst, Enti-N-Ns- 

NG 
Coun'tenancer, Ent-N- 

Hs-Ri 
Coun'ter, Entri 
Counteract', Entr' - Et, 

Kntr - E - Td», Entr" - Kt 

NG 
Couuterac'tion, Entr>- 

Eehn 
Counteraot'ive, Entr-Et- 

VI 

Counterbarance, Etr 

BIhbI, Etr-Blnsti, Etr 

Blns'-NG 
CouBtercfaange', Entr- 

CH2-N- J [or Kntr-CH2] 
Coun'ter-oharm, Entri- 

CEl-M, Entr'-CHr-Md, 

Entri-CHr-M-NG 
Counter-current, Entr^ 

E-iint 
Coun'ter-deed, Entr^-Dd 
Counterdraw", Kntr-Dri, 

Entr-Dri-NG 
Counterdrew', Entr-Dr» 
Coun'ter-evidence, 

Enti:i-Vd-N8 
Counterfeit, Entr-TP, 

Eiitr-F>-Td, Entr-Ft>-MG 
Counterfeiter, Entr-Ptr' 
Coun'terfeitly, Entr-Ft'- 

L 
Counter-gage, Entri-G- 

J 
Cbunter-iiTitant, Entr'- 

if-Tnt 
Coun'ter-irritate, Kntr'- 

B-Tt 
Coun'ter-irritation, 

Kntri-iZ-Tshn 
Oouu'ter-jumper, Entri- 

J-M-Pr 
Countermand', Entri 

Mnd, Entr - Mn - Ddi, 

Entri-Mnd-NO 
Countermarch', Entr- 91- 

iJl-OH, Entr-M-/ei-CHd, 

Entr-M-Ki-CH-NG 
Coun'ter-mark, Entr-M 

iJ>-E 
Countermine',Entri-Mn, 

Entr>-Mnd, Entri-Mn- 

NG 
Coun'ter-motion, Entr'- 

Mshn 
Coun'ter-moTement, 

Entri-M-V-Mnt 
Coun'terpane, Entr-Pni 
Ooun'terpart,EntT-Pi-iit 

[Entr-Pi] 



58 



COV 



Ooun'ter-plea, Etr>-Pl l Cou'pon, E-Pn» 
Oount'erplot, Etr-Plti ICour'age, Er-J" 
Coun'terpoint,Entr-Pnt> Coura'geous, Er-Js^ 
Counterpoise', Entr-Pz', Coura'geously, Er-js-si 



Entr-Pzd', Entr-Pzi-NG 
Coun'ter-poison, Entri- 

Fz-N 
Coun'ter-proof, Entr>- 

Pif 
Ooun'terprove, Entri- 
Prv, Entr'-Prvd, Entr'- 
Prv-NG 
Coun'ter-rerolution, 

Entri-iiv-£8hn 
Coun'terscarp, Enti-sE- 

Bi-P 
Coun'tersign, Entr'-sN, 

Entri-sNd, Entri-sN-NG 
Coun'ter-BSgnal, Entr'- 

bG-NI 
Coun'tersink, Entr^ - 

sNG-E, EntTi-sNG-E-NG 
Coun'teiBunIc, Entr> - 

bNG-E 
Coun'ter-step, Entr'-sT- 

P 
Coun'ter-tally, Kntr^-T- 

L 
Coun'ter-tenor, Entr' ■ 

T-Nr 
Coun'ter-timber, Entr' 

T-M-Br 
Coun'tertime, Entr'-T-M 
Countervail', Entr-V~L, 

Kntr-V2-Ld, Entr-V2-L- 

NG 
Countervalla'tion, Entr 

-Va-iBhn 
Coun'terview, Entr-V 
Counterwork, Entr-W>- 

K [or Ktr-Wr'-E] 
Count'ess, Ent^Si 
Count'ing-Iwuse, Enti- 

NG-Hb 
Count'ing-room, Ent'- 

NG-K-M 
Count'less, Ent-£s' 
Coun'trified, Ent-iP-Fd 
Country, Ent-Je^ 
Coun'try-dance, Ent-iza- 

Dns 
Coun'tryman, Ent-ii<- 

Mn 
Coun'trymen, Ent - B' 

;Mn" . 
Country-seat, Ent-ii^-sT 
Coun'try-woman, Ent- 

iJS-W-Mn 
Coun'ty, En-T> [Ent'i 
Coun'ty-court, Kn-T'- 

Ert [Entl-EH 
Coun'ty-seat, En-TJ-sT 
County-town, En-Ti-Tn 

[Ent-Tni] 
Coupe', K-P» 
Coup'le, K-P1«, E-PId2, E- 
. P12-NG 

Coupler, K-P12-R 
Ooup'let, E-Plt= 
Coup'ling, E-P1»-NG 



Coura'geousneas,Er-Js'- 

Ns 
Courant', E-£nti 
Couran'to, E-K>-N-T 
Cou'rier, E-fii-K 
Course, Ere', Erst', Ers^ 

NO 
Cours'er, Er-sB2 
Court, Ert", Er-Td2, Ert«- 

NG 
Court'-oard, Ert^-Erd 
Court'-day, Ert2-D 
Court'-dress, Ert^-Dis 
Court'eous, Er-T^-S 
Court'eoualy, Er-T^TSl 
Court'eousness, Er-Tsi- 

Ns 
Court'er, Ertr* 
Court'esau, Er-T'-zN 
Court'esy, Er-T^-S, Er- 

T2-SD, Kr-T2.S-NG 
Court'-hand, Ert'-Hnd 
Court'-house, Erta-Hs 
COurt'ier, Er-T»-B 
Court'-leet, Ert^-it 
Courtlike, Ert-iS-E 
Court'liness, Ert-^'-Ns 
Oourt'ly, Ert-i2 
Court'-martial, Ert=-Mr- 

SHl 
Court'-plaster,Ert2-PIstr 
Courtsnip, Ert' ! SH 
Court'-yard, Ert^-Yd 
Cou'sin, Ez«-N 
Cou'sin-german, Ez'-N- 

Jr-Mn 
Cove, Et« 
Cov'enant, K-Vn'-Nt. E- 

Vn2-N-Td, E-Vn2-Nt-NG 
Covenantee', E-Vnu-N-T 
Cov'enanter, E-Vns-Ntr 
Cov'enantor, E-Vn'-Ntr 
Cov'er, Ev-ijs, Ev-fids, 

Et-«2-NG 
Cov'ered, Ev-Rds 
Cov'erer, K-v-B'-B 
Covering, Ev-iJs-NQ 
Coverlet, Kv-IP-Li 
Covert,- ET-fit» 
Co Vert-baron, Ev-JJts- 

B-i2n 
Cov'ertly, Ev-Kts-z; 
Cov'erture, ET-fitr' 
Cov'et, E-Yt2, E-va-Td, 

E-Yta-NG 
Cov'etable, E-Vta-Bl 
CoVeter, E-VtrS 
CoVetiveness, E-Vta-V- 

Ks [E-Vt«!VB] 
Cov'etous, E-VS-Ta 
Covetously, E-Va-T-si 
Cov'etousness, E-va-Ts- 

Ns 
Cov'ey, E-V« 
Cov'in, E-Vn' 
CoViug, E-Vii-NG 



GOV 

OOT^OUB, K-Vn=-S 
Cow, Kl, K-Di, Ki-NG 
Oow'ard, K-ie'-D 
Cow'ardioe, K-K'-Bb 
Cow'ardlmeBS, K-IP-D- 

i-Ns 

Oow'ardly, K-JJi-D-i 
Oow'-oatcher, K'-K-CHr 
Cow'er, K-Bi, E-fidi, K- 

«i-NG 
Cow'hage, K'-H- J [or K- 

Ji] 
Oow'herd, Ki-Hrd 
Oow'hide, El-Hd, K-H- 

Ddi, K-Hd(-) 
Cowl, K-Li 
Cowlfed, K-Ldi 
Cow'liok, K-i»-K 
Cowl'-ataff, K-L'-sTf 
Co-worker, K-Wrs-Kr 
Oow'-pox, K'-p-Ks 
Gow'rjr, Ki-iS 
Cow'slip or Cow's-llp,K- 

s£i-P 
Cow' -tree, K'-Tr 
Cox'comb, Ei-Es-E-U 
Coxcomb'ical-lf, E'- 

Es-E-M-El 
Cox'combry, E-Es-E-H- 

Cozcom''ical, Ei - Es - E - 

M-El 
Coy, El 
Ooy'isli, E-SHi 
Ooy'ly, E-Li 
Coy'ness, Ei-Ns 
Coz, E;:' 
Coz'en, EzS-N, Ez^-Nd, 

.Ez2-N-Na 
Coz'enage, Ez-N- Js 
Coz'ener, Ez-N-R» 
Co'zily, E-Z12 
Co'zy, (a.) E-Z=, E-Zi«, 

E-Zsts 
Crab, Er-Bi 
Crab-apple, Er-Bi-Pl 
.Crab'bed,Er-Bdi 
Crab'bedly, Er-Bd»-i 
Crab'bednesB, Er-Bd'-Ns 
Crab'.louse, Er-Bi-As 
Crab'-tree, Ei^Bi-Tr 
Crack, Er'-E, Kr-K-T>, 

Er>-E-NG. See Cork. 
Crack'-brained, Kr»-K- 

Bmd 
Craok'er, Eri-Er 
Craok'le, Kr>-El 
Craokaing, Er«-El-NG 
Crasks'man, Eri-K-sMn 
Cra'dle, Er-Dia, Er-Dld^ 

Er-lSl2-NG 
Craft, Ertti 
Craft'ily, Er-Ff-i 
Craft'ineBB,'Er-rti-N8 
CraftB'man. Er-Ftsi-Mn 
Craft'y, Kr-Fi-T 
Crag, Er>-G 
Crag'ged, Er-G-Di 
Crag'sedneBS, Er-G-D'- 

Ns 



Crag'giueas, Eri-G-Ns 
Orargy, Er'-G 
Crake, Et'-E 
Oram, Er'-M, Er-M-D' 

(See Cramped). Kr'-M-NG 
Cram'bo, Er-M-Bi 
Cramp, EivM-P', Er'-Mt 

(See Crammedy, Er- M - 

PC)' 
Cramp'lt, Er-M-P'-T 
Crampoons', Et-M-Fqs^ 
Cramp'y, Er-M-pi 
Cran'age, Er-N-J« 
CranTaerry, Ern-Bi-fl 
Cranch, Er-N-OHi 
Crame, Ern' 
Craue's'-bill, Er^-Ns-B 

L 
Cra'nial, Er-N-L« 
Craniolog'ical, Er-N-ii- 

J-El 
Craiiiologist,Er-N-Li-JB{ 
Craniorogy, Kr - N - L'-J 

[Er»-N!J] 
Craniom'eter, Er'-N-Mtr 
Crauiom'etry, Er-N-M- 

Tri 
CraniOB'oopy, Er-Ns-E 

pi 
Cra'nia, Er^-N 
Ora'mum, ErS-N-M 
Crank, Em'-E 
Orank'le, Eri-NG-El 
Oran'nied, Er-N-D' 
Cran'ny, Er'-N 
Crape, Kr-P2 
Crap'ulent, Er-pi-£nt 
Orap'ulous, Er-P'-is 
Crap'y, Er-ps 
CraBh, Er-SH', Er-SHti, 

Er-SHi-NG 
Crash'ing, Kr-SHi-NG 
Crass, ErEi 

Crass' ament, Er'-sMnt 
Crass'itude, Ers-Td» 
Cratch, ErCH' 
Cratcb'eB, Er-CHsi 
Crate, Erf 
Cra'ter; Ertr* 
Crater'iform, Ertr-PS-B- 

M 
Craunch, Er-N-CH', Er- 

N-CHdi. Er-N-CHi-NG 
Cravat', Er-Vti 
Crave, ErrS, ErvdS, ErvS- 

NG 
Cra'ven, Er-Vn' 
Cra'ver, Erv-E* 
Craw, Eri 

Craw'-fish, Eri-F-Sff 
Crawl, Kr-LS Er-Ldi, Er- 

Li-NG 
Crawl'er, Er-ir' 
Cray'flsli, Er-r^-SS- 
Cray'on, Er^-N, Ers-Nd, 

ErS-N-NG 
Craze, Erz^, Erzds, Erz^- 

NG 
Cra'zily, Kr-ZI^ 
Cra'ziness, Er-Z^-Ns 



OKE *■■ 

Cra'zy, Er-zs 

Creak, Er^-E, Er-K-T= 

Era-E-NG , 

Cream, ErS-M, Er'-Md, 

ErB-M-NG 
Cream'-cake, Er»-M-E-E 
Cream'-cbeese, Er^-M- 

CHz 
Cream'-faced, Er^-M-Fst 
Cream'y, Er^-M 
Cre'ance, Er^-Ns 
Crease, Ers*, Erst', Ers'- 

NG 
Cre'asote, Er-Bl^ 
Create', Er-T^, Er-Tfls, 

Er-T2-NQ 
Crea'tion, Ershni^ 
Orea'tive, Er-Tv2 
Crea'tiveuesB, Er-TyS-Na 
Crea'tor, Ertr^ 
Creat'ure, Ertrs (or Er- 

CHrS) 
Cre'denoe, Er-Dns^ 
Cre'dent, Er-Dnta 
Creden'tial, Er-Dn^ (-bh 

-L) 
Credibility, Er-D3-Blt 
Cred'ible, Er-Ds-Bl 
Cred'ibleness, Er-D^i-Bl- 

Ns [!Bs] 
Ored'ibly, Er-Ds-Bl 
Cred'it, Er-Dta, Er-Da-Td, 

Er-D«-)« 
Cred'itable-y, Er-Bt^-Bl 
Cred'itablenesB, Er-Dt^- 

Bl-Ns C!Bb] 
Cred'itor, Er-Dtr^ 
Credu'lity, Er-D»-Z-T 
Cred'ulous, Er-D^-is 
Cred'uloualy, Er-DS-Zs- 

L 
Cred'ulousness, Er-D^- 

iS-Ns 
Creed, Erd' 
Creek, Er«-E 
Oreek'y, Er^-E 
Creel, Er-Ls 
Creep, Er-P», Er-ps-NG 
Creep'er, Er-Pr» 
Creep'ingly, Er-ps-NGl 
Crema'tion, Er'-Mshn 
Cremo'na, Ei«-M-N 
Cre'nate, Ers-Nt 
Cre'nated, Er»-N-Td 
Cre'ole, Ers-L 
Cre'osote, Er-sT' 
Crep'itate, Er-pa-Tt, Er- 

P2-T'Td, Er-P2-Tt(-) 
Crepita'tion, Er-P^-Tslin 
Crept, Er-Pta 
Crepus'cle, Er-Ps^-L 
Crepus'cular, Er-Ps^-El- 

B 
Crepus'oulous, Er-Ps"- 

Els 
Cresoen'do, Ers-N-D" 
Cres'oent, Ers'-Nt 
Ores'cive, Er8-V> 
Cress, Ers« 
Cres'set, KrB-T» 



CRE 

Crest, Kreta, Krs-Td', 

KrBt2(-) 
CreBt'ed, Krs-Tds 
Crest'-fallen, Ers'-F-Lu 
Crest'les^, Kis-Lsl' 
Creta'oeouB, Ki-T'-SHs 
Oreta'oeously, Kr - Ts - 

SHs-i 
Cre'tio, Kr-T^-K 
Cre'tin, Kr-Tn^ 
Cre'tinism, Kr-Tn'-Z-M 

tor Kr-T»-zM] 
Cre'tism, Kr-T»-zM 
Crevasse', Er-YB' 
Cfev'ice, Kr-Vs^ 
Crew, Kr! 
Crewel, Kr-L' 
Crew'et, Kr-T3 
Crib, Kr-B8, Kr-Bds, Kr- 

Ba-NG 
Gribtiage, Kr-B^-J 
Crib'baBe-board, Kr-B«- 

J-Brd 
Crib'ble, Kr-Bis, Kr-Bld', 

Kr-Bia-Na 
Crick, Krs-K 
Criok'et, Kr-K-T3 
Criok'eter, Kr-K-lV 
Cri'ooid, Kr-K-Di 
Cried, Kr-Di 
Crier, Kr-R> 
Crim. Con. Ki^-M-Kii 
Crime, Kr'-M 
Crim'inal-ly, Kr^-M-Nl 
Orlininarity,Kr-M-Nl-Ti 
Crim'inate, Kr-M-N-T», 

Kr-M-N-Td», Kr-M-N-T»- 

NG 
Crimina'tion, Kr^ - M - 

Nshn 
Crim'inatory, Kr-M-N- 

Crimp, Kr-M-ps, Kr3-Mt, 

Kr-M-P8(-) 
Orimple, Kr-M-Pia, Kr- 

M-Pld". Kr-M-Pli-NG 
Crim'son, Kr»-Mz-N, Kr»- 

Mz-Nd, Kr3-Mz-N-NG 
Cri'natory, Kr-H-Ti-« 
Cringe, Kr - N - J8, Kr - N- 

Jd". Kr-N-J8-NG 
Crin'ger, Kr-N- Jr* 
Crln'gle, Kr^-NG-Gl 
Cri'nite, Kr>-Nt 
Crink'le, Krs-NG-Kl, Kr"- 

NO-Kld, KrS-NG-Kl-NG 
Crin'oline, Kr-N-Ln' 
Crinose', Kri^-Ns 
Crip'ple, Kr-Pl», Kr-Plds, 

Kr-Pis-NG 
Cri'ses, Eresi 
Cri'sis, KrsBi 
Crisp, KrB-P', Krs-Pt', 

Kr8-Ps-NG 
Crisp'ate, Krs-^t' 
Crisp'ated, Krs-ps-Td 
Crispa'tion, Ers-Pshnii 
Cfisp'er, Er8-Pr» 
Crispay, Ers-P»-i 
Crisp'ness, Ers-pa-Ns 



60 

Crisp'y, Krs-i" 
Criss'-oross, Ers"-Kr« 
Criss'-oross-row, Ers'- 

Ki-B-iJ 
Crisfate, Kra-Tt^ 
Crite'ria, Er-T»-ie 
Crlte'rion, Kt-X^-Bh 
Orit'io, Er-T8-K 
Orit'ical-ly, Erta-El 
Crit'ioalness, Erts-El-NB 
Crit'ioise, Er-Tsz^Kr'-T"- 

szD, Er-T"-szNG, 
Crit'ioiser, Er-T»-szR 
Crit'icism, Kr-T»-6zM 
Critique', Er-T^-E 
Croak, Er^-E, ErS-E-T, 

Er'-E-NG 
Croak'er, Er^-Er 
Oro'oeous, Br-SHs" 
Crochet', Er-SHs 
Crook, Er'-E, Er-E-Ti, 

Eri-E-NG 
Crook'ery, Er'-Er 
Crook'et, Er'-E-T 
Crock'y, Er'-E 
Croo'odile, Er-E-Di-L 
Crocodil'ian, Er-E-D'-iii 
Cro'cus, Er2-Es 
Croft, Erfti 
Croisade', Er-sD' 
Croi'ses, Erszi 
Crom'lech, Er-M-i'-E 
Cromor'na, Er-M-«i-N 
Crone, ErnS 
Cro'ny, Er^-N 
Crook, -Er»-K, Kr-E-T», 

Er3-E-NG 
Crook'-back, Er«-E-B-E 
Crook'ed, Er-E-DS 
Crook'edly, Er-E-DS-i 
Crook'edness, Er-K-D»- 

Ns 
Croon, Em', Emd>, Em'- 

NG 
Crop, Er-P>, Er-Pti, Er- 

Pi-NG. 
Crop'-eared, Er-P'-Rd 
Crop'fiil, Er-Pi-ri 
Crop'-out, Er-pi-T 
Crop'per, Er-Pi> 
Cro'sier, Kr-ZHr» 
Croslet, Er-sX.ti 
Cross, Ers^, Ersti, Ets'- 

NG 
Cross'-bar, Ers'-B K 
CroBs'-beam, Ers'-B-M 
Cross'-bill, Ers'-B-L- 
Oross'-bow, Ers^-B 
CrOBS'-breed, Ers'-Brd 
CroBB'-bun, Ersi-Bn 
Cross'-chocks, Er8>-0H- 

Es 
Cross'-cut, ErBi-Et 
Cross'-ezamination, 

Krs>-E-zM-Nahu [Er>- 

zM-Nshn] 
Orosa'-examine, Krs'-E- 

sMn, Krs'K-sMnd, Krs'- 

E-sMn-NG [Kr'-sMn, Eri- 

BMnd, Er'-E-sMn-NG] 



CRU 

Cross'-eye(St, firs'-H> ' 
Cr0SB'-flre,Krs' r-B , 
CrosB'ilow, Krs-ri> 
Cross'-furrow, Ers'-F-S 
Cross'-grained, Eri- 

BGrnd 
Cross'ing, Ers'-NO 
Oross'-jack, KrB>-J-E 
Cross'-legged, Eri-si-G- 

D 
Cross'let, Er-sLtJ 
Cross'ly, Ki-sL^ 
Cross'nesB, Ers'-Ns 
Cross'-patoh, Ers'-P-CH 
Cross' -piece, Ers^-Ps 
CroBB'-purpose, Ers'-P- 

Cross'-question, Ers'- 

Ews-CHn [Ers'-Kwl 
Cross'-questioned, Ere*- 

Ews-CHnd 
Cross' -road, Er'-sB-D 
Cross' -sea, Et'-eS 
Cross'-tie, Ers>-T 
Oross'-tree, Er'-sTr 
Cross'-way, Er'-sW 
Cross'-wind, Eri-sWnd 
OrosB'wise, Er'-sWz 
Crotch, Kr-CH» 
Crotch'et, Er-CHt» 
Crotoh'ety, Er-CH'-T 
Cro'ton-oil, Er-Tn^-L 
Crouch, Er - CHi, Er - 

CHti, Er-OH'-NG 
Croup, Er-P» 
Croup'er, Ei»-Pr 
Crou'pier, Kr-pa-K 
Crow, Ers, Erda. Er^-NO 
Crow' -bar, ErS-B-B 
Crowd, Erdi, Er - DflJ, 

Erdi-NG 
Crowd'ed, Er-Dd' 
Crowd'er, Er-Dri 
Crow'-foot, Er2-Ft 
Crow'-keeper, ErS-E-Pr 
Crown, Em', Erud', Eni> 

-NG 
Crown'er, Er'-Nr 
Crown'-glass, Er'-N-Gls 
Crown'-imperial, Erni- 

M-P-Bl 
Crown'-land, Erni-iml 
Crown'-law, Em'-L 
Orown'-lawyer, Ern>-i- 

B 
Crown'-offloe, Em'-Fs 
Crown'-paper, Ern'-P- 

Pr 
Crown'-post, Em'-Pst 
Crown'-saw, Ern>-S 
Crown'-side, Erni-sD 
Crown'-wheel, Er'-N- 

Wl 
Crown'-work, Kr'-N- 

Wr-E 
Crow's'-foot, ErzS-Ft 
Crow's'-nest, Erz>-N8t . 
Crow'-toe, Er»-T 
Cru'ces, Ersz' 
Oru'oial, Er-SH1« 



CRU 

Cru'oiate, Kr-SH'-T 
Cru'oible, Krs-Bs-L 
Cru'cifled, Ers-rd^ 
Oruoiferous, Krs-F'-JBs 
Cru'oifler, Kre-F'-E 
Cru'cifix, KrB-r'-Ks 
Cruoiflx'ion, Krs - F* - 

Eshn 
Oru'ciform, Krs-F'-E-M 
Cru'cify, Ers-F", Krs-Fds, 

Ers-Fs-NG 
Cruoig'erous, Kr-sJr»-S 
Crude, Kr-D», Kr-D]«,Er- 

Dsta 
Cnide'ly, Kt-V-l 
Crude'ness, Er-D'-Na 
Cm'dity, Er-D«-T 
Cru'el, Er-L» 
Cru'elly, Kr-Z,» 
Cru'elty, Kt-L'-T 
Cru'et, Er-T» 
Cruise, Krz», Krzd^, Krz»- 

NG 
CruiB'er, Kr-Zi* 
Crul'ler, Er-ir^ 
Crumb, ErS-M 
Crujnb'-oloth, Ki«-M-Kl- 

TH 
Crum'ble, Ei>M-Bl«, Kr- 

M-Bld!, Er-M-Bia-NG 
Crum'my, Er«-M 
Orum'pet, Er-M-Pt» 
Crum'ple, Er-M-Pl", Kr- 

M-Pld!!, Kr-M-Pl«-NG 
Crum'pling, Kr-M-P12- 

NG 
Crunch, Er-N-CH!!, Kr- 

N-CHt2, ErN-CHS-NG 
Cru'or, Er-ES 
Crup'per, Kr-PrSor" 
Cru'ral, Kr-fil» 
Crusade', Er-sD» 
Cruaad'er, Er-sDr* 
Crusa'do, Er-sD« 
Cruse, Krs' 
Cru'set, Er-sT» 
Crush, gr-SHS, Kr-SHt^, 

Kr-SH2-NG 
Crush'er, Er-SHr» 
Crust, Kret", Ers-Td", 

Erst^C) 
Crbata'cea, Ers-T^-Sff 
Crusta'cean, Ers-T^-SHh 
CruBtaoeol'ogy, Ers-T" 

sm-j 

Crusta'oeou3,Ers-TS-5fls 
Crust'ily, Kts-T^-L 
Crust'inesB, Ers-T'-Ns 
Crust'y, Ers-TS 
Crutch, Kr-CH3 
Crutched, Er-CHd° 
Cruz, Ki«-Es 
Cry, Kri, Erdi, Er'-NG 
Cry'ing, Kr'-NG 
Crypt, Er-Pta 
Cryp'tio, Er-Pt^-E 
Cryp'tioal, Kr-Pt»-Kl 
Cryp'togam, Er-Pts-G-M 
Cryptoga'mian, Kr-Pt« 
a-Mn 



61 

Cryptogam'ic, Kr-PP-Q- 

M-K - 
Cryptog'amous, Kr-Pt<- 

G-Ms 
Cryptoa'amy, Er-Pt^-G- 

M 
Cryptog'raphy, Kr-Pti- 

Gr-F 
Cryptol'ogy, Er-Pti-ii-J 
Crys'tal, Krs-Ts-L 
Crys'talUne, Ers-T'-in 
Crystalliza'tion, Krs-T2- 

Lzshn 
Orys'tallize, Ers-T'-Zz, 

Ers-Ta-izd, Kis-I'-Lz- 

KG 
Crystallog'raphy, Ers- 

T>-i-Gr-F 
Cub, E-B2, E-Bd«, E-B2- 

NG 
OulDature, E-BtrS lor 

E-CHrS) 
Cube, E-BS, E-Bds, E-BS- 

NG 
Cu'beb, S-B3-B 
CuTjic, E B»-E 
CuTjioal-ly, E-Bs-El 
Culiicaluess, e - b» - Ei - 

Ns 
OuTaiform, E-Bs-F-B-M 
Cu'bit, E-Bt3 
Cu'bital, K-Bt3-L 
Cu'bo-oube, e-b»-e-b 
Cubo-ou'bo-oube, E-B^- 

E-B-K-B 
CuTjoid, K-Bd» 
Cuboid'al, E-Bd^-L 
Cuck'ing-stool, ES-E- 

NG-sT-L 
Cuek'old, E-K-Lds, E-K- 

iS-Dd, E-E-i2-D-NG 
Cuok'oo, E3-K00 
Cuck'oo-spit, KS-E-sPt 
Cuck'oo-spittle, es-e- 

sP-Tl 
Cu'ouUate or Cuoul'late 

K-K-LPor' 
Cu'cuUated or Cuoul'- 

lated, E-E-L'orS-Td 
Cu'cumber, E-E-M-Br^ 
Ouour'bit, E-Er-Bt^ 
Cuourbita'ceous, K-Kr 

B8-T-SSS 
Cud, E-D2 
Cud'dle, E-Dl', K-Dld2, 

K-D12-NG 
Cud'dy, K-D» 
Cud'gel, E-Jis (See Ca- 
jole), E-Jldz, K-Jia-NG 
Cud'geler, E-Jl^^-B 
Cue, Ka. 

Cuff, Efa, Kfd2, Ef2-NG 
Cu'flo, K-F3-E 
Cuirass', Ew-Hs' 
Cuirassier', Kw-iss-zlt 
Cuish, Ewb3 
Cuisine', Ewz'-N ■ 
Culdee', El-D' 
Cul-de-soo', Eldi-sE 
Ou'lex, K-iS-Ks 



CUN 

Ou'linary, E-i'-Nr 
Cull, K-L«, E-Ld2, K-L>- 

NG 
Oul'lender, Kl^-Ndr ior 

ElndrS) 
Cull'er, K-£r2 
Cul'lion, K-in» 
Cul'lis, E-is2 
Cul'ly, K-L" 
Culm, Eis-M 
Cul'men, El'-Mn 
Culmif'erous, El-M-pa- 

Hs 
Cul'minate, KI-M-N-T2. 

El-M-N-Td!!, K1-M-N-T2- 

NG 
Culmina'tion, El< - M - 

Nshn 
Culpabil'ity, El-Ps-Blt 
Cul'pable-y, E1-P2-B1 
Cul'pableneas, El-PS-Bl- 

Ns [El-P2iBs] 
Cul'prit, El-Prts 
Cult, K-Lta 
Cul'ter, K-Ltrs 
Cul'tivable, Klt-VS-Bl 
Cul'tivate, Elt-Vt?i, Klt- 

VS-Td, Elt-Tts-NG 
Cultlva'tion, Klt-Vshn' 
Cul'tivator, Klt-Ttra 
Cul'trate, El-Trt^ 
Cul'trated, El-Tr^-Td 
Oult'ure, El-CHrS, Kl- 

CHrdii, Kl-CHrS-NG 
Cul'tured, El-CHrd» 
Cnlt'ureless, El-OHi'-Zs 
Cult'urist, El-CHrst2 
Cul'verin, Elv-iSa-N 
Oul'vert, Elv-Kt2 
Cul'vertailed, Elv-BS-T- 

Ld 
Cum'bent, iBnt^ 
Cum'ber, iBr», !Brd», 

iBr2-NG 
Cum'bersome, iBia-sll 
Cum'bersomely, iBi*- 

sM-X 
Cum'bersomenesB, iBr'- 

sM-'Ss 
Cum'brance, iBms^ 
Cum'brous, SBrs* 
Cum'brously, iBr^-Bi 
Cum'brousness, iBrsS- 

Ns 
Cum'frey, SFr^ 
Cum'in, E^-Mn 
Cu'mulate, E-M-it', E- 

M-i3-Td. K-M-ita-NG 
Cumula'tion, E-M-ishn" 
Cji'mulative, K-M-£ts-V 
Cu'neal, E-N-La 
Cu'neate, E-N-T» 
Cu'neated, E-N-Td» 
Cuneitt'ie, E-N-T'-K 
Oune'iform, K-N-Fa-R-M 
Cu'niform, E-n-fs-b-m 
Cun'ning, Kn=-NG 
Oun'ningly, En-NG-L^ 
Can'uingneas, Ens-NQ 



CUP 

Cups K-P«, K-Pt«, K-pa- 

Cup'-bearer, K-P«-B-Er_ 
Cup'board, E-Brd' 
Cu'pel, K-P1» 
Cupel', K-Pia 
Cupella'tion, E-Flslm3 
Ou'pid, K-Pd« 
Cupid'ity, K-Pa«-T 
Cu'pola, K-Ps-i 
Cupped, E-Fts 
Cup'per, K-Pr> 
Cup'ping, K-P2-Na 
Cup'ping-glass, K-pa- 

NG-aiB 

Cu'preous, K-Pr»-S 
Cupriferous, K-PrP-JJs 
Cu'prite, K-Prtf 
Cu'pule, K-Ps-L 
Gut, Krs 
Cur'able, Kr-Bl« 
Cur'ablenesB, Er-Bl^-Ns 
Curacoa', K-iP-8 
Cu'racy, K-B"-S 
Curas'BOW, E-JS>-S 
Cu'rate, K-BV 
Cu'rateship, E-iitS!SH 
Cu'rative, K-BV-Y 
Cura'tor, E-fitr> 
Curb, Er-Bs, Er-Bd», Ep- 

B2-NG 
Curb'-roof, Er-B«-Bf 
Ourb'-stone, Er-B'-sTn 
Curou'lio, Er-E-i' 
Curd, Er-D2, Er-Dd^ B:r- 

Cur'dle, Er-Dl», Er-DMs, 

Er-D12-NG 
Curd'y, Er-D» 
Cure, Ers, Erd", Er»-Na 
Cure', E-Jjs 
Cure'lesa, Ki-Ls? 
Our'er, E-Kr^ 
Cur'few, Ep-F» 
Curios'ity, E-Bsi-T 
Curio'so, E .S>-S 
Cu'rioua, 'E.-Rb/' 
Cu'riously, K-K'-sL 
Cu'riousness, E-iSe'-Ns 
Curl, E .B1»,E .Bias, k- 

iei2-NG 
Curl'er, K-RP-R 
Cur'lew, Er-£ii 
Curriness, E-iil'-Ns 
Cuiring-irons, E - iei' - 

NG-iBns 
Curring-tongs, K-Bl'- 

NG-T-NGb 
Curl'y, E-B1« 
Curmud'geon, Er-M- Jn9 
Curmud'geonly, Er-H- 

JS-Nl 
Ovup'rant, E-iJnts 
, Our'reney, E-«n«-S 
* OurTeut, K-RnV 
Cur'rently, K-RaV-L 
Cur'rentness, E-Jtaf-Ks 
Cur'ricle, E-JP-El 
Currio'ulum, E-£s-El-M 
Cur'rler, k-s^-r 



I 62 

Cur'riBH, K-/<«-8H 
Cur'rishly, K-Bf-SHl 
Curfisbness, E-B^-SH- 

Ns 
Our'ry, E-iJs, K-m-V, E- 

iJ^-NG 
Cur'ry-oomb, E-B^-E-M 
Curse, Erss, Erets, Ers^- 

NG 
Curs'ed, Ers-DS 
Curs'edly, Exb-ds-£ 
Curs'er, Et-bRs 
Curs'ing, Eres-NG 
Cur'sive, Ers-vs 
Our'sorily, Er-sB^-Z 
Cur'soriness, Er-siP-Ns 
Cur'sory, Er-8£> 
Curst, Erst'> 
CuT'suB, Erss' 
Curt, Ert> 
Curtail, Er-T«-L, Er^T»- 

Ld, Er-TS-L-NG 
Cur'tain, Er-Tn>, Kr- 

Tnds, Er-TnS-NO 
Curta'na, Er-T^-N 
Cur'tilage, Ki-'f-L-J 
Curt'ly, Ert-ia 
CurfnesB, Ert^-Xs 
Curt'sy, Er-T2-S 
Cu'rule, E-B1» 
Cur'vate, Er-VH 
Our'yated, Er-V>-Td 
Curva'tiou, Er-V6lin« 
Cur'vature, Er-Vte* 
Curve, KrrS, Errds, 

Errs-NG 
Curv'edness, Er-Vd^-Ns 
Our'yet, Er-Vt«, Er-vs- 

Td, Er-Vta-NG 
Curvilin'eal, Er-V'-i-Ml 
Curviliii'ear, Er-V»-2.-Nri 
Cur'vity, Er-va-X 
Cush'at, E-SH9-T 
Cush'io'n, Esbna, Eslmds, 

Eshn^-NG 
Cusp, Es-P> 
Ousp'idal, Es-pa-Dl 
Cusp'idate, Es-pa-Dt 
Cusp'idated, Es-pa-D-Td 
Cus'tard, Ks-Ta-Sd 
Custo'dial, Es-Ta-Dl 
Custo'dian, Es-xa-Dn 
CuB'tody, ER-xa-D 
Cus'tom, Es-Xa-M 
Cus'tomable-y, Es-ia- 

M-Bl 
Cus'tomarily, Es-ia-M- 

Bl 
CuB'tomary, Es-xa-M-B 
Cus'tomer, Es-xa-M-B 
CuB'tom-bouse, Es-xa- 

M-Hs 
Cut, KV, Eta-NG 
Cuta'neouB, E-xa-Ns 
Cute, Et3. See Acute. 
Cu'ticle, Eta-El 
Cutio'ular, Et-El-B< 
Cu'tis, E-Isa 
Cut'IasB, Et-£Ba 
Out'ler. Kt-xa-B 



UZA 

Cut'lery, Et-ia-B 
Cut'let, Etita 
Cut'-off, Eta-F 
Cut'purse, Et-Prsa 
Cut'ter, Etra 
Cut'ting, Kta-NG 
Cut'tle, Et-La 
Out'tle-fish, Kt-L'-T-SH 
Cut'ty, E-xa 
Cut'-water, E-xa-wtr 
Out'-worm, Eta-Wr-M 
Cuz, Eza 
Cy'anate, S»-Nt 
Cyan'ic, B'-N-E 
Oy'anide, si-N-D 
Oy'anite, S»-Nt 
Cyan'ogen, s>-N-Jn 
Cyanom'eter, S'-N-Mtr 
Cy'cle,8Eli 
Cyo'lio, sEia-E 
Cyclical, eEia-El 
Cy'olograph, sEl'-Grf 
Cy'oloid, sEl-Di 
Cyoloid'al, bE1-di> 
Cyolom'etry, sEl-M-Xri 
Cy'clone, bEId^ 
Cyclope'an, sEl-Fn* 
Cyclope'dia, sEl-pa-D 
Oyeloped'io, sEl-ps-D-E 
Cyolop'io, bE1-p>-E 
Cy'olops, bEI-Fs' 
Cyg'net, BG8-Nt 
Cyg'nus, bGs-Ns 
Cyl'inder, sAndrs 
Cylin'dric, s£ndra-E 
Cylin'drical, EZ.ndr°-E-Ii 
Cylin'driform, sZn'-Dr- 

Fr-M 
Cyl'indroid, s£na>Drd 
Cy'ma, bMI 
Oymar", bM-BI 
Cym'bal, sM-Bia 
Cyme, sM^ 
Oym'ling, sM-is-NG 
Cy'inose, 8Me> 
Cy'mous, bMsI 
Cyn'io, sN'-E 
Cyu'ioal-ly, bN'-E1 
Cyn'icaliiess, sNa-El-Ns 
Cynicism, bN-Ss-zai 
Cyn'osure, sN-SHraori 
Cy'on, Si-N 
cypher, sFr' 
cypress, sPrB> 
Cyp'rian, BPrn" 
Oyrena'io, sBna.E 
Cyriolog'io, aRf-L-S-K 
Cyst, Ssta 
Cyst'ic, Ss»-T-E 
Cys'tooele, Ssa-X-sL 
Cyst'ose, Ssa-Xs 
Cystot'omy, Ss'-Xt-M 
Cythere'an, bTBP-RS 
Cyt'isus, bXbb> 
Cy'toblast, sXi-Blst 
Czar, Z'-B • 

Czan'na, Z'-E-N 
lOzarin'iaiii, Z^-B-Nn 
Czar'lsh, Z>-B-SH 
Czar'owitz, Zi-B-Wtz 



DAB 



D. 



D, the fourth letter of the 
Alphabet, generally repre- 
sents the Bound of d, as 
heard In the words <2i^, 
due, bad, did, etc. In the 
termination of the pa^t 
tense of verb6, -ed, wtefi 
the e is silent, d, after 
breath consonants, has the 
sound of i, and is &o writ- 
ten in Phonography, as in 
rapped, niatclied. locked, 
quaJETed, pdssed, rushed, 
etc.; but ia such teriiiiii^ 
tion, after sonant conso- 
nants, and when the e b 
sounded, the d retains its 
proper sound; as in robbed, 
lagged, started, etc. 

Before a palatal vowel'd 
sometimes has ,the . scittiid 
of i, as in soldier, f erdiije. 

The compound dff ilBp 
sometimes has the sbiilia of 
J, as in jud^e, judgment, 
bridge. 

J>d, except in cdin- 
pc^ds, is equivalent to d, 
as in add, odd, eddy, ruddy. 
See Bb. 

J) is silent In Wednesday, 
and a few other words. 
Dab, Di-B, b'-Bd, Di-B- 

NO 
DabTjle, Di-Bl, Br-Bld, 

Di-Bl-NG 
DabTaler, Di-Bl-R 
Dab'ohiok, Di-B-CH-K 
Sab'ster, D'-Bstr 
Da capo, Di-E-P 
Dace, Ss! 
Dao'tyl,D>-Kt-L 
Dac'tylar, Di-Kt-£-B 
Daotylio, Ds-Kt-X-K 
Dactylog'rapby, D^-Et- 

i-Gr-P 
Dao'tyliat, pi-Kt-£st 
Dactylol'ogy, Di-Kt-i-J 
Dad, Cd> 
Dad'dy, D'-D 
Dad'dle, D'-Dl 
Dad'dy-long-legs, D>-D- 

X.-NG-Z-az 
Da'do, D'-D 
Dee'dal, DS-Dl 
Deeda'lian, D'-D-Xn 
Deed'alous, D^-D-is 
Darfodil, Df i-D-L 
Daft, Sfti 
Dag, Di-G 
Dag'ger, D'-Gy 
Dag'gle, Di-Gl, Di-Gld, 

D>-G1-NG ' 



63 

Dag'gle-tail, t>>-Gl-T-L 
Dag'^ook, Di-G-£-E 
Daguer'rean, D^-G-iSn 
Daguerre'ian, D^-G-Jin 
Daguerre'otype, I)*-G- 

St-P 
Daguerre'otyper, D^-G- 

itt-Pr 
Daguetae'otypist, D^-G- 

Jii-Pst 
Daguerreotyp'ie, D'-G- 

Bt-P-K 
Daguerreotyp'lcal, D^- 

G-Bt-P-Kl 
Daguerre'Oty^y, Ds-Q- 

Bt-P • 

Dahl'ia, Dio»«-£ 
Dai'ly, Ds-i 
Dain'tily, Dn^-T-i 
Dain'tiuess, Dtis-T-ITs 
Daiu'ty, Dn2-T 
Dai'iy, D^-B 
Da'is, D^-S 
Dai'sy, D^-Z 
Dale, D'-L 

Dales'man, D^-Xz-Mn 
Dalliance, Si-£-Ns 
Dal'lied, Di-£d 
Dal'lier, Di-i-B 
Dally, Di-i, D>-Zd, Di-i- 

NG 
Dalmat'ida, D'-X-Mt-E 
Dal Segno, Di-£s-N!d 
Dal'tom^m, Di-i-Tn-Z- 

M [or Dl-£-T-zM] 
Dam, Di-M, Di-Md,Di-M- 

.NQ 
Dam'age, I)>-M-J, D>-M- 

Jd, D»-M-J-NG 
Dam'age^ble, Di-M-j-Bl 
DEun'asoeae, Di-Ms-N 
Dam'ask, D'-Ms-E, D^ 

Ms-Et-Di-Ms-E-NG 
Dam'aakeen, Di-Ms-En 
Dam'^ken, D>-Ms-En 
Dam'd«kin, Di- Ms-En 
Dame, D^-M 
Damn, I)i-M, Di-Ud, Di- 

M-NG (or Di-Mn-NG) 
Dam'nable-y, Di-M-N-Bl 
Damna'tion, D^-M-Nshn 
Dam'natory,Di-M-N-T-ij 
Damned, D'-Md or Di-M- 

N-D 
Dam'aify, D'-M-N-P, Di- 

M-N-Pd, Dl-M-N-I'-NO 
Damp, (B.) I>»-M-P, D>- 

Mt, D'-M-PC) 
Damp, (a.)Di-M-F,D>-M- 

Pr, Di-M-Pst 
Damp'en, D'-M-Pn, D'- 

M-Pnd, D>-M-Pn-SG 
Damp'neas, Di-M-p-Ns 
Dam'sel, Di-M-z£ 
Dam'son, Di-M-zIT 
Da'naide, ds-n-d 
Dance, Dns', Dnet>, Dns'- 

NG 
Dan'cer, B'-Ns-B [oc D'- 

sE] 



DAS 

Dan'oing, Dris'-NG 
Dan'cing-master, Dns'- 

NG-Mstr 
Dan'delion, Dni-D-£n 
Dan'der, Dndr' 
Dan'diprat, Dui-D-Prt 
Dan'dle, D'-N-Dl, D»-N- 

Dld, D'-N-Dl-NG 
Dan'dler, d»-n-di-e 
Dan'driff, D^-N-Drf 
Dan'druff, D'-N-Drf 
Dan'dy, Dni-D 
Dan^dyiBm, Dni-D-Z-M 

(or Dn'-D-zM) 
Dane, Dn' 

Dan'ger,'D2-N-Jr [Ds-Jri; 
Dan'gerous, D^-N- Jrs 

[D2-Jr6] 
Dttn'geroilsly, Ds-N-Jr- 

Bi [D2-Jr-s£] 
Dan'geroUsness, I>>-1T- 

Jrs-Ns tD?-Jr8-Ns] 
Dan'gle, Di - NGl, D»- 

NGld, Dl-NGl-NG 
Daa'ish, Sn^-SH 
Dank,Di-lirG-E 
Donklsh, Di-NChE-SH 
Daph'ne, Dfi-N 
Dan'cer, D'-Pr 
Dapple, Di-Pl, Di-Pld, 

Di-Pl-NG 
Dare, I)>-E, D»-Kd, Di-B- 

NG 

In phrases, when a better 
outline will be obtained by 
it, Dare is written li-R\ 
thus, 

Dare not, D'-iEnt 
Dare say, Di-S-S 
Dare do, l)i-ii-D 
Dare'-devll, Di-a-D-Vl 
Dar-er, Di-iJ-« 
Dar'ic, D'-ie-E 
Dark, Dr'-E, Dr'-Er, Dr»- 

Est 
Dark'e'n, Dr'-En, Dr'- 

End, Dri-En-NG 
Dark'ener, Dri-E-Nr 
Dark^ish, Dr'-E-SH 
Dark'lSng, Dri-El-NG 
Dark'Iy, Dri-El 
Dark'ness, Dr'-E- Ns 
Dark'some, Dr'-E-sM 
Dark'y, Di'-Ei 
Dar'ling, Dri-£-NG 
Dafn,D>-i!n, D'-Hnd, Di- 

fln-NCt 
Dar-nel, D'-JJ-Nl 
Dam'er, Di-«-Nr 
Dar'nex, Di-ie-N-Es 
Dar-tiio, Di-JJ-N-E 
D&r'rein, Di-i2n 
Dart, Di-Et, Di-J8-Td, D'- 

«t-NG 
Darfer.D'-Etr 
Dash, D'-SH, Di-sm, D>- 

Sff-NO 
Dash'-board, Di-5H-Brd 
Dash'er, D'-SHr 
Daah'ing, Di-Sfl'-HG 



DAS 

Das'tard, Di-sTrd 
Sas'tardize, D>-BTr-I)z, 

D'-sTr-Dzd, Dl-sTr-Dz- 

NG 
Das'tardly, D'-sTrd-i 
Da'ta, D2or>-T 
Date, Dt2, D^-Td, HtH-) 
Date'less, Dt^-is 
Date'-palm, Dt^-P-M 
Date'-tree, Dta-Tr 
Da'tive, D^-Tv 
Da'tum,Dt2-M 
Daub, D>-B, Dl-Bd, D>-B- 

KG 
Daub'er, D'-Br 
Daub'ery, Di-Br 
Daub'lng, Di-B-NG 
Daub'y, DJ-B 
Baugh'ter, Btri. See^u- 

ditor. 
Daugh'terly, D'-Tr-i 
Daugh'ter-in-law, Di- 

Tr-Nl 
Damit,Dnti, Dn'-Td, DnP- 

NG 
Daunt'ed, Dn'-Td 
Dauntless, Dnti-Ls 
Dau'pliin, DP-N 
Dau'plimess, Df-K-S ' 
Dav^t or Da'vlt, DT>or»- 

T 
Da'vy-lamp, D^-v-L-II-P 
Daw, Di 
Daw'dle, Di-Dl, D»-Dld 

Di-Dl-NG 
Daw'dler, D'-Dl-E 
Dawn, Dn>, Dnd>, Dn'-NG 
Dawn'ing, Dni-NG 
Day, D2 

Day'-book, D^-B-E 
Day'-break, D»-Br-K 
Day'-dream, D»-Dr-M 
Day'-labor, V'-L-Bi 
Day'-laborer, DS-i-Br-K 
Day'light, D'-Li 
Days'man, D'-zMn 
Day'spring, D^-sPr-KQ 
Day'-star, DS-sT-B 
Days*-work, D^-zWr-K 
Day'-time, Dts-M 
Daze, Dzii, Dzd2, Dz2-NG 
Daz'zle, Di-Zl,D>-Zld,DX- 

Zl-NG 
Daz'zlingly, Di-Zl-NGl 
Dea'con, D»-Kn 
Dea'coness, DS-En-B 
Dea'oonry, V-Kn-B 
Dea'consnip, D3.]iji>sH 
Dead, Sd^ 
Dead'-beat, Dd^-Bt 
Dead'-center, Dds-sNtr 
Dead'-ooloring, Ddfi-K 

ir-NO 
Dead'en, P'-Dn, S^-Dn 

D, Ds-Dn-KG 
Dead'-head, Dd^-Hd 
Dead'-letter, Dd^-Ltr 
Dead'-lifl, Ddfi-L-Vt 
DeadMignt, Dd^-it 
Deadliness, Dd'ix-Ns 



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Deadly, D&'-L 
DeEMi'-maroh, Dd»-M B- 

OH 
Dead'ness, Dd^-Ns 
Dead'-point, Dd^-Pnt 
Dead'-reckoning, Dd^- 

B-Kn-NG 
Dead'- water, Dd^-wtr 
Dead'-weight, Dd^-Wt 
Deaf, Df«or» 
Deafen, Dfimr'-S, Dt'or'- 

Nd, Df2or3-N-NG 
Dearness, DPor^-Vs 
Deal, D3-L, DS-Z-NG 
Deal'er,D»-iB 
Dearing, m-L-TSa 
Dealt, D'-Lt 
Dean, Dn> 
Dean'ery, D»-Nr 
Dean'ship, Du'-SH-P [or 

Dear, D'-K, D'-Rr, D'-BBt 

In phrases dear is some- 
times written Dr; tlius, 
Dear sir, Dr*-BB 
My dear sir, M-Dri-sB 
Dearborn, V-B-B-Bn 
Dear'ly, D»-M 
Dear'ness, D'-ie-Ns 
Dearth, V'-B-TH 
Death, D^-TH 
Death'-bed, D^-TH-Bd 
Deathaess, V-TB-Lb 
Deathlike, D>-TH-£-E 
DeathOy, D'-THl 
Death V-door, D'-THs- 

D-B 
DeathV-head, D'-THs- 

Hd 
Death's'man,D2-THs-Mn 
Death'-warrant, D>-IH- 

Wmt 
Death'- watch, D«-TH- 

■wCH 
Deba'ele, D'-B-Kl 
Debar*, D»-B-B, D'-B-Bd, 

Di-B-if-NG 
Debark', Di-Br-K, D'-Br- 

Kt, Di-Br-K-NG 
Debarka'tion, C - Br - 

Eehn 
Debase', S'-Bs, DS-Bst, 

D2-BS-NG 
Debase'ment, B^.B-sHnt 
Debas'er, D^-B-sB 
Debas'ing, DS-Bs-NG 
Debat'able, Ds-Bt-Bl 
Debate', DS-Bt, D»-B-Td, 

D2-Btc) 
Debat'er, D>-Btr 
Debauch, Di-B-CH, Di- 

B-OHt, Dl-B-CH-NG 
Debauchee', D'-B-SH 
Debauoh'er-y, D'-B-CHr 
Debauch'ment, D^ - B - 

OH-Mnt 
Debent'ure, Da-Bntr 
Debent'ured, DS-Bnt-Ed 
Deb'ile, D'-Bl 
Debil'itate, DS-Bl-Tt, Ds- 



DEO 

Bl-T'Td, D3-Bl-TtC) 
Debil'ity, DH-Bl-T . 
Deb'it, D2-Bt, D^-B-Td, 

D2-Btc) 
Debonair', D'-B-Nr 
Debonair'ly, D>-B-Nr-L 
Debonair'ness, D'-B-Nr- 

Ns 
Debouch', D'-B-SH 
Debouchure', D»-B-SHr 
Debris', Da-Br 
Debt, Dt2 
Debtee', D^-Te 
Debt'less, Dt^-La 
Debt'or, Dtr^ 
Debut', D3-B 
Debutant', D'-B-Tre 
Debutante', Di-B-Tnt 
Dec'aohord, D«-E-Krd - 
Decaobor'don, Di-E-Er- 

Dn 
Dec'adal, D^-E-Dl 
Decade, D«-Ed 
Deca'dence, D'-E-Dns 
Deca'dency, D^-K-Dn-S 
Dec'agon, D^-E-Gn 
Dec'agram, Da-E-Gr-M 
Dec'agyn, D»-E-Jn 
Decahe'dral, D^-E-Hdr- 

L 
Deoahe'dron, D'-E-Hd- 

Bn 
Decal'iter, Di-EItr 
Decal'itre, D<-Eltr 
Decal'ogist, D'-El-Jft 
Dec'alogue, D'-El-G 
Decam'eron, D'-E-M-Rn 
Decam'eter or Dec'a- 

meter, D'or^-E-Mtr 
Decamp', Di-E-M-P, D'- 

K-Mt, D'-K-M-P-NG 
Decamp'ment, di-e U- 

P-Mnt 
Dec'anal, Ss-E-Kl 
Decan'drous, S^-E-N- 

Drs 
Decan'gular, d>-E-ng- 

Gl-B 
Decant', Di-Knt, D^-Kn- 

Td, Di-Ent-HG 
Decanta'tion, D^ - En - 

Tshn 
Decant'er, D>-Entr 
Decap'itate, D'-E-P-Tt, 

Di-E-P-T-Td, Di-E-P- 

TtC) 
Decapita'tion, D' ■ E P- 

Tshn 
Deo'apod, D'-E-Pd 
Deoarboniza'tion, D^- 

Er-B-Nz</m 
Decar'bonize, Di-Er-B- 

Nz, D'-Er-B-Nzd, Di-Er- 

B-Nz-NG 
Deo'astioh, Ds-Ks-T-E 
Deo'astyle, D«-Bs-T-L 
Decasyllab'ic, D'-E-si- 

B-E 
Decay', D2-K, DS-Ed, DS- 

E-NG • 



DEC 

Decease', Dss^ (See Dif 

ease), DssS-T, DssS-NG 
Beceas'ed, Dss^-T. See 

Diseased, 
Deceit', Ds»-T 
Deeeit'flil-ly, Des-T-Fl 
Deoeit'fulness, Ds^ - T 

Fl-Ns [IPs] 
DeceiT'able, De'-V-Bl 
Deceire', Ds«-V, Ds'-Vd, 

Ds»-V-NG 
Deoeiv'er, Ds^-Vr 
Decem'ber, D* - sM - Br 

[DS-sM] 
Decem'pedal, D^-sM-P 

Dl 
Decem'vir, Ds-sM-Vr 
Deoem'viri, D'-sM-Vr 
Decem'viral, D^-sM-Vr- 

L 
Deoem'virate.Da-sM-Vrt 
De'cenoy, Db'-N-S 
Deceu'uaj^, Ds^-N-B 
Decen'nial, Ds'-N-L 
De'ceht, Ds'-Nt 
De'centiy, Ds»-Nt-L 
De'centness, Ds'-Nt-Ns 
DeceptibU'ity, D'-sPt- 

Blt 
Decep'tion, D'-sPahn 
Decep'tive, D'-sPt-V 
Deeep'tory, DS-sP-T-iJ 
Decharm', Di-CHr-M 
Dechris'tianize, D'-Ers- 

OH-Nz, DS-Krs-CH-Nza, 

D»-Krs-CH-Nz-NG 
Decid'able, Ds'-D-Bl 
Decide', Ds»-D, Dsi-Dd, 

Dsi-D-NG 
Decid'ed, Dsi-Dd 
Deoid'ediy, Ds'-Dd-Z 
Decid'er, Di-sDr 
Dec'idence, Ds'-Dns 
Decid'uoua, Dss-D-S 
Decid'uousuess, Sss-Ds- 

Ns 
Dec'lgram, Ds^-Gr-M 
DeoiViter, Da-sitr 
Decill'ion, Ds-sLn 
Decill'ionth, D>-s£-K- 

TH 
Dec'imal, D^-sM-^ 
Dec'imate, s^-sMt, D'- 

sM-Td, D2-sMtC) 
Decima'tion, D^-sMslm 
Dec'imator, D^-sMtr 
Decim'eter, D'-sMtr 
Deci'pher, Ds'-fr, Ds'- 

Frd, Dsi-Fr-NG 
Deci'pherable, Ds'-Fr- 

Bl 
Deci'pherer, Ds>-Fr-R 
Deci'phering, Ds'-FivNG 
Decis'ion, Vszhn/' 
Deoi'slve, Dsbi-V 
Deci'sively, Dss>-V-£ 
Deoi'siv-enesa, Desi-Y-Ns 
Deci'sory, IA-bbB 
Deck, Da-E, Qi-Et, D^-E- 

NG 



65 

Deck'er, D^-Kr 
Deck'ing, D^-K-NG 
Declaim', D^-Kl-M. DS- 

Kl-Md, Iia-Kl-M-NG 
Declaim'ant, D^-Kl-Mnt 
Declaim'er, D^-Kl-Mr 
Declama'tiou, D> - El - 

Mshu 
Declam'atory, Di-El-Mt- 

R 
Declar'able, D'-El-iS-Bl 
Declara'tion, D^ - El - 

Rshn 
Declar'ative, Di-El-B-Tv 
Declar'atory, D'-Kl-B-T- 

B 
Declare', D«-E1-E, D'-El- 

Bd, D'-El-iJ-NG 
Deolar'edly, D'-El-ad-j; 
Declen'siou, D'-El-Nshn 
Declin'able, Di-El-N-Bl 
Declinate, Ds-El-Ht , 
Deolina'tion, D^-El-Nslm 
Declinator, D8-El-Ntr 
Declin'atory, m-El-N-T- 

B 
Declin'ature, D'-Kl-Ntr 
Decline', Di-Eln, Di- 

Elnd, D'-Kln-NG 
Deolin'er, Di-El-Nr 
Declinom'eter, D>-EIii- 

Mtr 
Decliv'itous, D^-EI-V-Tb 
Deoliv'ity, Ds-Kl-V-T 
Decli'Tous, D'-El-Vs 

Decoct', Dl-E-E-T, D»-E- 

E-Td, Dl-E-E-T-NG 
Decoot'ible, D'-E-E-T- 

Bl 
Decoc'tion, Di-E-Eshn 
Decoiaate, D'-E-it, D'- 

E-i-Td, Di-E-it-NO 
Decolla'tion, S^-E-Xslm 
Decol'or, D^-E-ir 
Decol'orant, Da E-Xr-Nt 
Deool'oration, D^-K- 

Lrshn 
Decompos'able, D^iPz- 

Bl 
Decompose', D«iPz, D' 

iPzd, D2iPz-NG 
Decompos'ed, D^iPzd 
Decompos'ite, D' !Pz-T 
Deoomposi'tion, Ds 

:t Pzshn 
Decompound', DiiPnd, 

D'iPn-Dd. DiiPnd-NG 
Decompound'able, D' 

iPnd-B(-L) 
Dec'orate, D^-Ert, D^-Er- 

Td. D2-Ert-NG 
Deoora'tion, D«-Eralm 
Dec'orative, Ds-Ert-V 
Dec'orator, DS-Ertr 
Dec'orous, D^-Ers 
Deo'orously, D^-Er-si 
Deco'rousnesB, D'-Ers- 

Ns 

Decor'ticate, Di-Er-T- 
Et, D«-Er-T-E-Ta, D'-Er- 



DED 

T-Et-NG 
Decortica'tion, D»-Er-T- 

Eshn 
Deco'rum, D2-Er-M 
Decoy', D'-E, D'-Ed, DJ- 

E-NG 
Decojr'-duok, Di-E-D-E 
Deooy'er, D^-E-B 
Decrease', D'-'Ets, D^- 

Erst, Da-Ers-NG 
Decree', D'-Er, D^-Erd, 

D3-Er-NG 
Dec'rement, D'-Er-Mnt 
Deorep'it, Ds-Er-Pt 
Decrep'itate, D^-Er-P- 

Tt, D2-Er-P-T-Td, D2-Er- 

P-TtC) 
Decrepita'tion, Dii-Er-P- 

Tshn 
Decrep'itnesB, Ds-Er-Pt- 

Ns 
Decrep'itude, D^-Er-P- 

Td 
Decrescen'do, D"-Ers-N- 

D 
Decres'cent, D^-Ers-Nt 
Decre'tal, D»-Ert-L 
Decre'tist, D'-Er-Tst 
Decre'tive, D»-Ert-V 
Deo'retorily, D^-Er-T-JJl 
Dec'retory, D^-Er-T-B 
Decri'al, D^-Kr-L 
Decri'er, Di-Er-E 
Decry', D'-Er, D^-Erd, 

Di-Er-NG 
Decrusta'tionj D>-Ers- 

Tslrn 
Decuba'tion, D°-E-Bslm 
Decum'bence, di'Bdb 
Deoum'bency, D^iBn-s 
Deotim'belit, D^iBnt 
Deoum'bently, DsiBnt- 

L 
Decum'biture,D2 SB-CHr 
Dec'uple, D^-E-Pl 
Decu'rion, Ds-E-iJn 
Decur'rent, D^-E-iZnt 
Decnr'sion, D^-Ershn 
Decur'siTe, DS-Ers-V 
Deourt', D^-Ert 
Decus'sate, Ds-Es-T, D*- 

Es-Td, DS-Es-T-NG 
Decus'sated, D«-Es-Td 
Deoussa'tion, T)'-Ksshn 
Ded'alous, D'-D-Xs 
Dedec'orous, D>-D-Ers 
Dedenti'tion, D' - Dn - 

Tslin 
Ded'icate, DS-D-Et, DS-D- 

E-Td, D2-D-Et-NG. (See 

Deduct. ) 
Dedicatee', D'-D-E-T6 
Dedica'tion, Dii-D-Eslin 
Ded'icator, D»-D-Etr 
Dedicato'nal, d^-d-e-T- 

m 
Ded'icatory, ds-d-et-b 
Deduce', D»-Ds, Ds-Dst, 

Da-Ds-NG 
Deduce'mentjDs-D-sMiit 



DBD 

Dedu'cible, D^-Ds-Bl 
Sedu'cire, D»-Ds-V 
Deduct', Dd'-Et (See 

Dedicate.), Dd»-K-Td, 

Dd»-Kt-NG 
Deduo'tion, Dda-KsJm 
Deduo'tire, Dds-Kt-V 
Deduofively, Dd«-Kt-V- 

L 
Seed, Dd8, D'-Dd (or D»- 

D-D), Dd8(-) 
Deedaess, Bi'-Le 
Daed'-poll, Dd»-P-L 
Deem, D^-m, D>-Md, D'- 

M-NG 
Deep, (o.) D8-P, D»-Pr, I)'- 

Pst 
Deep'en, D»-Pn, Ds-Pnd. 

D»-Pn-NG 
Deep'ly, D»-P1 
Deep'-mouthed, Ds-p- 

M-DHd 
Deep'-musmg, D'-P-Uz- 

NG 
Deep'-read, D»-P-ie-D 
Deer, I)»-B 
Deer'-BtalkinK, D^-ii-sT- 

K-NG 
Deface', D'-Ps, Da-Est, 

D^-Fs-NG 
Deface'ment, D'-Fs-Mnt 
Defa'cer, D>-Fs-B 
De&l'cate, D' - Fl - E - T, 

D'-Fl-K-Td, Di-Fl-K-T- 

NQ 
De&lcat'tion, Ds-Fl-Eshn 
Defama'tion, D^^-F-Mslm 
Defam'atory, D'-F-Mt-B 
Defame', Ds-F-M, Ds-F- 

Md, Da-F-M-NG 
Defam'er, D!-F-Mr • 
Default', Di-Flt, D>-F1- 

Td, Di-Flt-NG 
Default'er, Di-Fltc 
Defea'sance, D>-Fz-Ns 
Defea'sible, D>-Fz-El 
Defeat', Dfa-r, DP-Td, 

Df3-T-NG 
Derecate, Dfs-Kt, Df2-K- 

Td, Dfs-Kt-NG 
Defeca'tion, Df^-ElBliii 
Defect', Df>-Kt 
Defection, Dfi-Eshn 
Defecfive, Dfs-Kt-V 
Defeofiyeiy, DP-Kt-v-i 
Defecf ireness, Di> - Et - 

V-KstiVs] 
Defence', Df^-Ne 
Defend', D£2-Nd, Dfa-N- 

"Dd, Df2-Nd-NG 
Defend'able, Df s-Nd-Bl 
Defend'ant, I>t^- Nd - Kt 

[DS] "I 
Defend'er, Df^-Ndr 
Defens'ative, Df^-Ns-Tv 
Defense', Df -Ns 
Defense'lesa, DP-Ns-Ls 
Defen'aible, Df^-Ks-Bl 
Defen'sive, DP-Ns-V 
Defen'Birely, DP-Ns-T-£ 



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Defer', Df^-B, Dfs-Bd, DP- 

B-NG 
Dererence, Df-Rne 
Deferent, DP-iJnt 
Deferen'tial, DD'-B-Ti- 

SHI [Dfa-ita] 
Defer'rer, DP-B-B 
Defl'ance, D'-F-Ns 
Defl'ant, Di-F-Nt 
Defi'cience, D'-Y-SHub 
Defi'ciency, D^Fsbn-S 
Defi'oient, D'-w-SB-m 

I D'-V-SHI 
Defl'ciently, D3 - F - SB- 

Nt-Ii [DS-F-fiHii] 
Deficit, D2-FS-T' 
Defl'er, Di-F-E 
Defile' or De'file, D»or»- 

Deflle', D>-F-L, Di-F-Ld, 

Di-F-1-NG 
Deflle'ment, Di-F-L-Unt 
DefU'er, Di-F-i-B 
Defin'able, Dfi-N-Bl 
Definia*, DP-K, DP-Nd, 

DP-N-NG 
Defln'er, DP-N-E 
Definite, Df2-Kt 
Definitely, DP-Nt-L 
Def initeness, Df^-Nt-Ns 
Defini'tion, Df-Netm 
Defln'itive, DP-N-Tv 
Defln'itively.DP-N-T-VI, 
Defln'itiveness, Df3-N- 

Tv-Ns [Df»-Ht!Vs] 
Defla'era1]le,D!-Fl-ai-Bl 
Deflagrate, D'-Fl-Grt, 

DS-FfGr-Td, D^-Fl-Grt- 

NG ' ' 

Deflagra'tion, D' - Fl - 

G'rshn 
Defaagrator, Ds-Fl-Grtr 
Deflect', D2-F1-E-T, Ds- 

Fl-K-Xd, D«-F1-K-T-NG. 

See Diffract. 
Deflec'tion, Ds-^l-EsIm. 

See Diffraction. 
Deflex'ure, D^-Fl-E-SHr 
Deflora'tion, Ds-Fl-flshn 
Deflour', Di-Fl-E, Di-Fl- 

Kd, Di-Fl-B-NG 
Deflour'er, D'-Fl-Rr 
Deflux'ion, DS-Fl-Esha 
Defoeda'tion, DP-Dshn 
Defolia'tion, DS-F-Lshn 
Deforce', Dfs-Bs, Dts-Bst, 

Df!-fis-NG 
Deforce'ment, Df^-Bs- 

Mnt 
Defor'ciant, DP-ii-SHnt 

(or -BeYmt) 
Def orcia'tidn, Df2 - « ■ 

SHshn 
Deform', Dfi-B-M, DP-E- 

Md, DP-B-M-NG 
Defonna'tion, Dfa - E 

Mshs 
Deform'edly, DP-B-Ud- 

Defop^'er, pP-«-Mr 



Deforju'ity, DP-E-M-T 
D^f)»ud', D>-Frd,Di-Fi> 

Dd, Di-Frd-NG 
Defraiid'er, D^-Fr-Dr 
Defraud'ment, D' - Frd - 

Mnt 
Defi;ay', D^-Fr, Ds-Frd, 

D2-Fr-NG 
Defray'al, D^-Fr-L 
Defray'e*, D^-Fr-E 
Defray'iHent, D^-Fr-Mnt 
Deft, Dn2 
Deftly, Dfts-L 
Defunct', i>f«-NGt 
Uefr', Di-F, DP-D, DP- 

NG 
Defy'er, d^f-e 
Degar'nish, D'-Gm-SH, 

Di-Gjn-Sh:, D'rGm-SH- 

sro - ' 
Degen'eraoy, D«- J-Nr-s 
Degen'etate; D'-J-Nrt, 

DS-J-Nr-*d.T)«-J-Nrt-NQ 

Degen'erately, D^-J-Nrt- 

L " '•" ■■■ • "- 
Degen'eratenesB, D»- J- 

Nrt-Ns 
Degenera'tion, D' - J - 

Nrshn [D^-Jshn] 
Degeu'erative, D>-J-Nit- 

V 
Deglu'tinate, D»-Glt-Nt, 

D»-Glt-N-Td, D«-Glt-Nt- 

NG 
Deglutina'tion, D!-GU- 

Nshli 
Degluti'tio^, D'rGl-Tslm 
Degrada'tion, D' - Gr - 

Dshil ' ■ ■ 
Degrade,', Ds-Grd, D'-Qr- 

Dd, DS^Jrd-NG 
Degrad'ed, DS-Gr-Dd 
Degrad'itigly, D^-ai;d- 

NGl 

Degree', Ds-Gr [Grt 
Degreed', D'-Grd 
Degusta'tion, D< - Gs - 

Tshn ' 

Dehis'cence, D^-Hs-Na 
Dehis'cent, SS-Hs-Nt 
Dehort', Di-H-iJt 
Dehorta'tiou, D'-H-Ji- 

Tshn 
Dehort'atory, D'-H-JJ-T- 

B 
De'iside, d^-sd 
Deif io, Ds-F-E 
Deif ical, Ds-F-El 
Deifica'tion, D>-F-Eslin 
De'ifled,pff-D 
De'ifier, DS-F-B 
De'iform, DS-F-B-M 
De'ify, D»-F, D£8-D, D«-F- 

NG 
Deign, Dn^, Dnd', Dn>- 

NG 
DeipnoB'ophist, D>-p- 

Ns-fst 
De'ism, D3-Z-U (or 1)3. 

'zM) ■ 



DEI 

De'ist, D'-St 
B^ist'ic, D»-St-K 
Deist'ioal-ly, D»-St-Kl 
■ De'ity, DS-T 
Deject', D2-J-Kt, Ds-J-K- 

Td, D2-J-Et-NG 
Dejeot'edly, Ds-J-K-Td- 

h 
Deject'edness, D^ - J - K- 

Td-Ks 
Beject'er, D2-,T-Ktr 
Seiec'tion, D^J-Kshn 
Dejent'ure, D^-J-K-CHr 
Dejeuner', D^-ZH-N 
De ju're, d^-j-b 
Delapse', D'-i-Ps, D>-z,- 

Pst, Dl-t-Ps-NG 
Delay', DS-i, D^-id, D^- 

£-NG 
Delay'er, D2-£-E 
Deae, Tf-L 
Del'eble, D2-X.-B1 
Deleo'tablfe-y, D^-i-K-T- 

Bl 
Delec'tableness, Tfi-L- 

K-T-Bl-Ns [-Bs] 
Delecta'tion, D^-z-E- 

Tshn 
Del'egate, Dl^-ot, Dl^-G- 

Td. Dis-Gt-NG 
Delega'tion, Dl^-Gshn 
Delen'da, Da-i-ST-D 
Delete', Ds-it, Ds-L-Td, 

DS-ZHfG 
Delete'rious, D'-i-T-JJs 
Dele'tion, D'-ishn 
Del'etory, DS-it-iJ ' 
Delf, Vfi-L-V 
Delib'erate, Dis-Brt, Dl»- 

Br-Td, Dia-BrtC) 
Delib'erately, Dia-Brt-L 
Dellb'erateness,D13-Brt- 

NS ' 
Delibera'tion, Dia-Brslm 
Delib'erative, Dl»-Brt-v 
DeUb'eratively, Dia-Brt- 

v-t 
Del'ieacy, Dl^-K-S 
Del'icate, Dl^-Kt 
Del'icately, Dls-Kt-i 
Del'ieateness, Dis-Kt-Ns 
Dell'cious, D»-i-Sfls 
Deli'oiously, D»-i-SHs- 

L 
Deli'ciousuess, Tfi-L- 

SHs-'Ss 
Deliga'tion, DP-Gshn 
Delight', m-Lt, Di-i-Td, 

Di-it-NG 
Delighfed, Di-Z-Td 
DeligUfftil-ly, Dlti-FI 
Deligtaffiilneas, Dlti-Fl- 

Ns [Dlt»:Ns] 
Dellghtleas, Di-it-£s 
Delight'some, D>-£t-sM 
Delia'eament, V'-Ln- 

Mnt 
Delin'eate, Ds-i-N-T, D" 

i-N-Td, D«-i-N-T-NG 
Delinea'tion, D>-£-Nsbn 



67 

Delin'eator, D'-L-Ntr 
Delin'quency, D1»-NG- 

Kwn-S 
Deliu'quent, Dl' - NG - 

Kwnt 
Del'iquate, Dl^-Kwt 
Deliquesce', DV> - Kws, 

D12-Kwst, D12-KWS-NG 
Deliquea'cence, , Dl'- 

Kws-Ns 
Deliques'cent, Dis-Kws- 

Nt 
Deliq'uiate, DP-Kw-T 
Deliq'uium, Dl»-Kw-M 
Delir'ious, D^-L-Bs 
Delir'iousness, B'-L-Eb- 

Delirtum, ps-Z-R-M 
Dellteg'cence, DS-i-Ts- 

Ns 
Delites'cenoy, D^-i-Ts- 

N-8 
Delit'igate, D>-L-T-Gt 
DeUT'er,D18-Vr. Dia-Vrd, 

D18-Vr-NG [Dis, DldS, 

m»C] 
Deliv'erauce, Dl»-Vms 

[Dins'] 
Deliv'erer,D13-Vr-K 0)1'- 

B] 
DeliT'ery, Dl'-Vr [Dl'] 
D611,D2-L 
Delph, D2-£-r 
Derphian, Ds-i-Fn 
Del'phio, DS-i-F-K 
Del'phin or Del'phine, 

DS-i-Fn 
Del'ta, DS-i-T 
Del'toid, DS-i-Td 
Delud'able, DS-i-D-Bl 
Delude', D"-i-D (See Di- 
lute), D8-£-Dd, D'-i-D- 

NG 
Delud'er, H'-L-Vi 
Delud'ing, D»-i-D-NG 
Del'uge, D>-£-J, m-L-Ji. 

D2-AJ-NG 
Delu'sion, D^-izhn 
Delu'sive, Ds-ts-V 
Delu'sively, ly-Ls-V-L 
Delu'aiyeness, D'-isiVs 
Delu'Bory, D'-is-ft 
DelTBi D2-t'V, DS-i-Vd. 

D2-i-V-NG 
Delv'er, D^-i-Vr 
Demag'netize, D' - M - G- 

N-Tz CD'-M :Tz] 
Dem'agogiam, DS-M-G- 

G-zM 
Dem'agogue, D2 M-G-G 
Demain', Ds-Mn 
Demand', D'-Mud, Di- 

Mn-Dd, Di-Mnd-NG 
Demand'able, D' - Mnd 

B (-L) 
Demand'ant, D^-Mnd-Kt 
Demand'er, D^-Mndr 
Demaroa'tion, D^-M-H 

Kshn 
Demean', D'-Mn, D'- 



DEM 

Mnd, DB-Mn-NG 
Demsan'or, D^-M-Nr 
De'meucy, D'-Mn'S 
Demea'tate, Ds- Mn - Tt, 

D2-Mn-T-Td. D^-Mn-Ttf-) 
Dementa'tion, D^ - Hn - 

Tslin 
Demen'ted, D^-Mn Td 
Demen'tia, D^-Mn-SH 
Demepb'itize, D^-M-F- 

Tz, D«-M-F-Tzd, D2-M- 

F-Tz-NG 
Demer'it, D'-M-fit 
Demerged', D^-M-Bst 
Demer'aion, D2-M-«Plin 
Demes'merize, D'-Mz- 

M-Bz 
Demeane', D'-Mn 
Demi-, D^-M 
Demi-brigade, D^-M-Br- 

Gd 
Demi-cadence, B'-M-E- 

Dus 
Dem'i-god, D^-M-Gd 
Dem'ijohn, D^-M-Jn 
Dem'i-lune, D^-M-in 
Dem'iquaver, D^ - M - 

Ewv-B 
Dem'irep, D»-M-ie-P 
Dem'i-nlievo, D^-M-fll- 

V 
Demia'able, I>>-Mz-B-L 
Demise', Di-Mz, D<-Mza, 

D'-Mz-NG 
Demi-sem'i-quaver, DS- 

M-sM-EwT-B 
Demis'aion, D'-Mshn 
Demif, D'-Mt, Ds-M-Td, 

Da-Mt(-) 
Dein'i-tint, D^-M-Tnt 
Dem'i-tone, D^-M-Tn 
Dem'iurge, D^-M-B-J 
Demiur'gio, D^-M-B-J-E 
Dem'ivolt, D2-M-V-Lt 
Democ'racy, D'-M-Er-S 

[D'-M] 
Dem'ocrat, D^-M-Ert [D*- 

M] 
Democrat'ic, D'-M-Er-T- 

K [Dl-M] 
Demoorat'ioal-ly, Di-M- 

Ert-Kl 
Demogor'gon, D'-M-Gr- 

Gn 
Demol'ish, Di-M-i-SH. 

D'-M-i-SH-T, Dl-M-£- 

SH-NG 

Demorisher, D' - M - L - 

SHr 
Demoli'tion, D'-M-islin 
De'mon, D'-Mn 
Demo'niac, D=-M-K-E 
Demoni'acal, Di-M-N-Kl 
Demo'niaciam, D'-M-N- 

S zM 
Demo'nian, D2-Mn-N 
Demo'nianism, B'-Iiln-* 
■ N/.-M ' 

De'moniam, DS-Mn-Z-M 
De'monist; D'-Mn-St 



DEM 

Demonoc'^acr, D'-U-N- 

Kr-S 
Bemonol'atry, D'-Mn-X- 

Tr 
Demonorogy, D^-Mn-L- 

J 
Demon'omy, Di-Mn-M 
Se'monsliip, D^-Mn-SH- 

P 
Demonstrabil'ity, V ■ 

. Mn-sT-Blt 
Demon'strable-y, Di ■ 

Mn-sT-Bl 
Bemon'strableness, Si- 

Mn-sT-Bl-Ns [iBs] 
Dem'oustrate <n- T>e- 

mon'strate, D^or'-Mn- 

sTt, D2or' - Mn - sT-Td, 

D2or>-Mn-sTtC) 
Demonstra'tion, D^-Mn- 

BTshn 
Demon'stratiTC, D" - 

Mns-T-Tv 
Demon'Btratively, D' - 

Mns-T-T-Vl 
Demon'stratory, D' - 

Mns-Tt-B 
Demoraliza'tion, d^-m- 

EXzsUn 
Semor'alize, Di-M-iJlz, 

Di-M-ieizd, D'-M-ieiz- 

NQ- 
Demosthen'ic, D=-Ms- 

THn-K 
Demot'io, Di-Mt-K 
Demiil'oent, D^-M-Ls-Nt 
Demur', Ds-M-B, D^-M- 

«d, D2-M-B-Na 
Demure', D»-M-B 
Demure'ly, Ds-M-M 
Demure'nesB,D*-M-JJ-Ns 
Demur'rage, D^-M-iS-J 
Demur'rer, W-M.-B-B 
Demy', D>-M 
Den, Dn^ 
Dena'rii, D'-N-im 
Deua'rious, D^-K-As 
Den'ary, D"-Nr 
Dena'tionalize,D'-N6lm- 

£z, D=-Nshn-izd, D«- 

Nshn-iz-NG 
Denat'uralize, Di - Nt - 

/Jlz, D>-Nt-«lzd, D>-Nt- 

rnz-Tna 

Deu'driform, Ds - N - Dr- 

Fr-M 
Den'drite, D^-N-Drt 
Dendrit'io, D'-N-Drt-K 
Deudrit'ical, Ds - N - Drt- 

Kl 
Den'droid, D^-N-Drd 
Deu'drolite, D^-N-Dr-it 
Dendrol'ogiBt, D»-N-Dr- 

£-j8t 

Dendrol'ogy , Di-N-Dr-£- 

► J 
Dendrom'eter, Di-N-Dr- 

Mtr 
Dendroph'agi, S' - N - 

Drf-J 



Den'eb, d^K-b 
Den'gue, D^-NG-O 
Deurable, D'-N-Bl 
Deni'al, D'-N-;!/ 
Deni'er, D>-N-B 
Den'igrate, D^-N-Grt 
Den'im, Da-N-M ' 
Den'ims,Dii-N-Mz 
Deniza'tion, S^Kzste 
Den'izen, Ds-N-zN 
Den'net, D^-N-T 
Denom'inable, D'-N-M- 

N-Bl 
Denom'inate, D'-N-M-N- 

T, Di-N-M-N-Td, D'-N- 

M-N-T-NG 
Deuomina'tion, D^-N-M- 

Nshn 
Denomina'tional, B^-N- 

M-Nshn-i 
Denom'inatire, D' - N - 

M-N-Tv 
Deuom'inator, D'-N-M- 

Ntr 
Deaot'able, D^-Nt-Bl 
Denota'tion, S^-N-Tslm 
Denot'ative, D^-N-T-Tv 
Denote', D^-N-T, D^-N- 

Td, D2-lf-T-NG 
Denou'ment, D'-N-Mre 
Denounce', Dn'-Ns, Dni- 

Nst, Dni-Ns-NG 
Denon»oe'ment,Dni-Ns- 

Mnt 
Denouu'oer, Dn>-N-sB 
Dense, Dns^ 
Dense'ness, T>-ae?-'SB 
Dense'ly, D^-Ns-L [DS- 

Bhi 

Deu'sity, DS-Ns-T 
Dent, Dnta, DnS-Td, Dnt2- 

NG 
Den'tal, Bnti-L 
Den'tate,Dn2-Tt 
Den'tated, Dntz-Td 
Denta'tion, Dn^-Tshii 
Dent'ed, DnS-Td 
Den'ticle, Dtf-T-Kl 
De^tio'ulate, Bns-T-Elt 
Dentic'ulated, Dn>-X-El- 

Td 
Denticula'tion, Dn^-T- 

Elshn 
Den'ticule, DnS-T-Kl 
Den'tiform, DnS-T-Fr-M 
Den'tifrice, Du^-T-Fis 
Den'til, Dnt^-I, 
Den'tist, Dn(?-St 
Den'tistry, Dnts-St-fl 
Denti'tion, Dn'-Tshn 
Den'toid, Dn^-Td 
Denud'ate, D^-N-Dt 
Denuda'tion, DS-N-Dshn 
Denude', D»-N-D, D^-N- 

Dd, Ds-N-D-NG 
Denun'ciate, D'-Nn-SHl, 

D! - Nn - SH- Td, D2 - Nn- 

SHt-TSa 
Denunoia'tion, TD^-TSn- 

SHOm 



DEP 

Denun'ciator, S'-ITn- 

SHtr 
Denun'ciatory, D'-Nn- 

SB-1-JR 
Deny', D»-N, Di-N-D, D"- 

N-NG 
Deob'struent, Di-B-sTr- 

N-T (or -Stmt) 
De'odand, D'-Dd-D 
Deo'dorize, D^-Drz 
Deo'dorizer, D^-Dr-zB 
Deoutol'ogist, D' - N - T - 

i-Jst [D'-N-TiJst] 
Deontol'ogy, Di-S-T-£-J 

[D'-N-TSJ] 
Deox'idate, Di-Ks-Dt, Ifl- 

Ks-D-Td, Di-Ks-Dt<v 
Deoxida'tion, Ty-'Ks- 

Dsbn 
Deoxidiza'tion, Tfl-TSa- 

T3zglin 
Deox'idize, D'-Ks-Dz.Di- 

Ks-Dzd, D>-Ks-Dz-NG 
Deox'ygenate, di-Kb-J- 

Nt 
Depaint', DS-Pnt, DS-Pn- 

Td, D2-Pnt-NG 
Depart', Di-Prt, Di-Pr- 

Td, Di-Prt(-1 
Depart'ment, D'-Prt-Mnt 
Department'al, X>^ - Prt 

!Mnt 
Depart'ure, D>-Prtr 
Depas'ture, D'-P-eCHr 
Depau'perate, D'-P-Prt 
Depend', Ds-Pnd, D^-Pn- 

Dd, D2-Pnd-NG 
Depend'aut, D^-Pnd-Nt 
Depend'ence, D^-Pnd-Ns 
Depend'euoy, D-Pnd-N- 

S 
Depend'ent, Ds-Pnd-Nt 
Depend'ently, D«-Pnd- 

Ht-L 
Depend'er, D2-Pndr 
Dephleg'mate, D^-Fl-G- 

Mt, D2-ri-G-M-Td, DS- 

Fl-G-MtC) 
Dephlegma'tion, D'-Fl- 

G-Mshn 
Dephlogis'ticate, D»-F1- 

Jst-Kt, D»-ri-JBt-K-Td, 

DS-Fl-Jst-Kt-NG 
Depict', D3-P-Kt, D»-P-K- 

Td, D3-P-Kt-NG 
Depict'ure, D^-P-Ktr, DS- 

P-Ktrd, D»-P-Ktr-NG 
Depila'tion, Ds-P-islm 
Depil'atory, D^-P-it-iS 
Dep'ilous, D2-P-is 
Deplanta'tion, Ds-Pln- 

Tslm 
Deplete', D'-Plt, Ds-Pl- 

Td, D3-Plt(-) 
Deple'tion, Ds-Plshn 
Deple'tory, D^-l'lt-iJ 
Deplor'able-y, Ds-Pl-iJ- 

Bl 
Deplor'ableness, D^-Pl- 

B-Bl-Ns [!Bs] 



DEP 
Deplore', d^-pI-e, d»-pi- 

Bd, D2-P1-H-NG 
Deplor'er, D^-Pl-Rr 
Deploy', Di-Pl, D'-Pia, 

Di-Pl-NG 
Depluma'tion, D^ - Pl - 

Mslm ' 
Deplume', D'-Pl-M, DS- 

Pl-Md, D8-P1-M-NG 
Depolarize, D'-P-i-iez 
Depone', Ds-Pn, D^-Pna, 

Ds-Pn-NG 
Depo'nent, D^-Pn-Nt 
Depop'ulate, Di-P-P-£t, 

Di- P-P-i-Td, Di-P-P,-2,t- 

NG 
Depopola'tion, D'-P-P- 

Xshn 
Depop'ulator, D'-P-P- 

itr 
Deport', DS-Prt, D^-Pr- 
" Td, D2-Prt(-) - 
Deporta'tion,Da-Pr-Tshii 
Deporfmeut, D^-Prt-Mnt 
Depos'able, D^-pz-bi 
Depos'al.Dii-Pz-Ii 
Depose', Dz-Pz, D2-Pzd, 

DS-Pz-NG 
Depos'er, D'-P-Zr 
Depos'it, D»-Pz-T, D»-Pz 

Td, D»-Pz-T-NG 
Depos'itary, d^-Pz-t-B 
Deposi'tion, D»-Pzs*m 
Depos'itor, D'-P-zTr ^or 

-Pztr) 
Depos'itc<;y, Di-Pz-T-B 
Depot', D2-P 
De'pot, D3-P 
Deprava'tion, D'-Vt- 

Vshn 
Deprave', D'-Prv, DS- 

Prvd, D2-PrT-NG 
Deprave'ment, D^-Prv- 

Mnt 
Deprav'Ity, D'-Pr-V-T 

(or-Vt) 
Dep'recate, Da-Pr-Kt, D8- 

Pr-K-Td, D2-Pr-Kt-NG 
Depreca'tion, D^ -cPt - 

Kshn 
Dep'recative, D^-Pr-Kt- 

V. 
Dep'reoator, D^-Pr-Ktr 
Dep'reoatory, D^ - Pr - K- 

T-fl 
Depre'oiate, D'-Pr-SHt, 

DS-Pr-jSH-Td, DS-Pr-5fll- 

NG 
Deprecia'tion, D' - Pr - 

SBsim 
Depre'ciatire, Ds-Pr-iSH'- 

Tv 
Depre'oiator, DS-Pr-iSHlr 
Depre'olatory, D» - Pr - 

SB-T-R 
Dep'redate, D8-Pr-Dt, Ds- 

Pr-D-Td. D»-Pr-Dt(-) 
Depreda'tion, D'-Pr- 

DGhn 
Dep'rddator, D>-Pr-Dtr 



Depress', Da-Pre, DS-Prat, 

Dn-Prs-NG 
Depres'sion, D^-Prslin 
Depress'ive, D^-Prs-V 
Depress'or, D'-Pr-sE 
Depriv'able, Di - Prv - B 

(-L) 
Depriva'tion.DS-Pr-VsIm 
Deprive', D' - Prv, Di - 

Prvd, D'-Prv-NG 
Depriv'er, D'-Pr-Tr 
Depth, D2-P-TH 
Depul'sion, D^-P-Zshn 
Depul'sory, D^-P-is-ii 
Dep'urate, D'-v-Rt, V- 

P vB-Td, D2-P-Bt-NG 
Depura'tion, D2-P-iJshn 
Deputa'tion, D^-P-Tshn 
Depute', D»-Pt, D3-P-Td, 

D3-Pt(-) 
Dep'utize, D^-P-Tz, Da- 

P-Tzd, Dii-P-Tz-KG 
Dep'uty, D2-P-T 
Derao'mate, D'-iZs-Nt, 
. Di-iJs-N-Td, Di-ies-Nt- 

NO 
Derange', D^-ij-N-J, Ds- 

B-N-Jd, D2-K-N-J-NG 

Derange'ment, D^-ij-N- 

J-Mnt 
Der'eliot, Dt'-L-K-T 
Derelio'tion, Drs-L-Kshn 
Deride', D» - iS - D, D' - S- 

Dd, Di-«-D-NG 
Derid'er, Di-B-Dr 
Derid'ingly, D'-JJ-D-NGl 
Deris'ion, D'-iJzhn 
Deri'sive, D>-iJ-sV 
Deri'sively, D^-B-sV-L 
Deri'sory, Di-Bs-i! 
Deriv'able, Di-B-V-Bl 
Deriva'tion, D^-fl-Vfihn 
Deriv'ative, Ds-B-vt-V 
Deriv'atlvely, D»-iJ-Vt- 

V-i 
Derive', D'-Hv, D'-iJvd, 

Di-iJT(-) (or Drri, Drvdi, 

Drvi-NGJ 
Deriv'er, S^-Rv-B 
Derm, Dr^-M 
Derm'al, DbP-M-z 
Dermatol'ogy, Dr' - Mt - 

i-J 
Der'nier, D'-B-ia 
Der'rogate, D^-iJ-Gt. D^- 

«-G-Td. D8-«-Gt-NG 
Deroga'tion, Ds-iJ-GBlm 
Derog'atorily, Di-Je-G-T- 

Bl 
Derog'atory, D J-B-G-T-iJ 
Der'riek, D'-R-K 
Der'vis or Der'vise, D"- 

B-Vs 
Der'vish, V'-R-Y-SS 
Des'oant, D^-sKnt 
Descant', Di - sKnt, Di ■ 

sKn-Td, Di sKnt-NG 
Descant'er, D'-sEntr 
Descend', DS-sNd, Ds-bN- 

Dd, DS-sNd-NG 



DES 

Descend'ant, D^-eNd-Nt 
Desoend'eut, D^-gNd-Nt 
Descend'er, "D^-sNdr 
Desoendibil'ity, Ds-sNd- 

B-it 
Desoend'ible, D^-aNd-B 

(-L) 
Descen'sion, D^-sNEhn 
Desceu'sional,D2-sNslm- 

L 
Desoen'sive, D2-bNs-V 
Descent', D^-sNt 
Desorib'able, D»-sKr-B- 

Bl [D'-bK-B-BI] 

^ote. — The outline for in- 
itial Descr- may always be 
written D-sE. 
Describe', Di-sKr-B, D'- 

BKr-Bd, Di-sKr-B-NG 

[bKtI, sKrd», BKriC) 
Desorib'er, D'-sKr-Br 
Desori'er, D'-sKr-E 
Descrip'tion, Ds-sKr- 

Pslin [sErshnS] . 
Descrip'tive,DS-sKr-Pt-V 
Desorip'tively, D^-BEr- 

Pt-v-z, 
Descrip'tiveness, D^ - 

sEr-Pt-V-Ns [01- :Vsl 
Descry', D'-sEr, D'-sErd, 

D'-sKr-NG 
Des'ecrate, DS-sErt, D*- 

sEr-Td, D2-sErt-NG 
Desecra'tion, D'-sErshn 
Desert', D^^-zBt, DS-zB-Td, 

Di!-zBt-NG 
De'sert, D^zBt 
Desert'er, D^-zEtr 
Deser'tion, D'-BBshn 
Deserve', Ds-zBv, D*- 

zBvd, Da-zBv(0 
Deserv'edly, D^-zB-Vd- 

Jj 
Deserv'er, Vfl-zRv-R 
Deserv'ing, D^-zBvc-) 
Deserv'ingly, D2-zfl-v- 

NGl 
Deshabille', D'-sB-L 
Desic'cant, D'-sE-Nt ' 
Des'iccate or Desic'cate 

D2orS-BEt, D»or8-sE-Td, 

D2or3-sEt-NG 
Desicca'tion, D^-sEslm 
Desin'oative, Ds-sEt-v 
Desid'erate, D^-sDrt, Tfi- 

BDrTd, D3-sDrt(-) 
Desid'erative, DS-sDr-Tv 
DesideTa'ta, D^-sDr-T 
Desidera'tnm, C-sDrt- 

M 
Design', Dzi-N, Dz>-Nd, 

Dz'-N-NG 
Design'able, Dz'-N-Bl 
Des'ignate, D2-zG-Nt. Tfi- 

zG-N-Td. Dii-zG-Nt-Nft 
Designa'tion, D= - zG - 

NBlin 
Des'ignative, D^-zG-Nt- 

V 
Des'ignator, D'-zG-Ntr 



DES 

Des'ignatory, DS-zG-N-T- 

R 
Design'sdly, Dz'-H-D-i 
Design'er, Dz^-Sr 
Design'ing, Dz>-N-NG 
Des'inent, Ds'-Nnt 
Desip'ient, DS-sPnt 
Deair'able-y, Di-zB-Bl 
Desir'ablenesB, D'-zB- 

Bl-Ns [tBs] 
Desire', D' - zB, D' - zKd, 

D'-zH-Na 
Desir'er, D'-zE-E 
Seslr'ous, D>-z^3 
Desir'ouBly, D^-zK-si 
Sesir'ouaness, Di-ziZs- 

Ns 
Desist', Sss'-T, Dsss-Td, 

Dsss-T-NG 
Desist'ance, Dsss-Tns 
Desk, Tfi-sK. 
Dea'man, Ds-sMn 
Des'mine, D'-sMn 
Desmol'ogy, D'-sM-i- J 
Des'olate, D«-sit, D2-s£- 

Td, D!!-s£t-Na 
Des'olately, D»-sit-i 
Des'olater, D^-sXtr 
Desola'tion, D2-^£s1in 
Des'olatbry, S>-s£t-$ 
Despair', D'-sP-K, Di-sP- 

Ed, Di-sP-fi-NG 
Despair'er, D'-sP-Ifr 
Despair'ingly, D^-kP-^- 

NGl '^ 

Despatch', D'-sP-CH 
Despera'do, D^-sP-S-D 
Des'perate, D'-sPrt 
Des'perateiy, Ds-sPrt-Z 
Des'perateness, Xis-sFit- 

Ns 
Despera'tion, Da-sPrsIm 
Des'picable-y, D^-bP-E- 

Bl 
DeB'picableness, D^-sP- 

K-Bl-Ns [!Bs] 
Despis'able, Di-ePz-B1 
Despise', D'-sPz, D^sFzd, 

D'-sPzNG 
Despis'er, D'-sP-Zr 
Despite', D'-sPt 
Despite'flil-ly, D»-sPt-El 
Deapite'fulness, D'-sPt- 

Fl-Ns [iFsJ " 
Despoil', D'-sP-L, D>-sP- 

Ld, Di-gP-L-NG 
Despoil'er, B^-sP-Z-B 
DespQil'ment, Tfl-aV-L- 

Mnt 
Despolia'tion, I)< - sP - 

L»im 
Despond', D> - sPnd, Di - 

sPn-Dd, Di-sPnd-NG 
Despond'euoe, D'-sPnd- 

Ns 
Despond'ency, D»-BPnd- 

N-8 
Despond'ent, Di-sFnd-Nt 
Despond'ently, Di-stnd- 

Kt-L 



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Despond'er, D'-sEodr 
Despond'ingly, B'-sPnd- 

UG-L 
Des'pot, D2-ePt 
Despot'ic, D'-sPt-K 
DeBpo,t'ioal-ly, Di-sPt-Kl 
Des'potism, S<-BPt-zM ' 
Des'pumate or Despu'- 

mate, D^oiS-sP-Mt, D^orS 

-sP-M-Td, D'orS-sP-MtC) 
Despuma'tion, D<! - eP - 

MBhn 
Desauanuv'tipn, Ds'-Ew- 

Mshn 
Dessert', Ds-zBt 
Destem'per, Ds«-T-M-Pr 
Des'tin'ably, Ds'-T-N-Bl 
Detj'tiiiate, Das-T-Nt 
Dea'tinated, Bss-T-N-Td 
Destiua'tion, Bs'-T-MBbn 
Des'tine, Bs'-Tn, Bb^- 

Tnd, Bs'-Tn-NG 
Des'tinist. BB'-T-NBt 
Des'tiny, Bss-T-N 
Des'titi}te, Ds'-T-Tt [Bb'- 

Tl ' 
Destitu'tion, Ds'-T-XBlm 

[Bs^-Tslm] 
Deatroy', Bi-eTr, Bi-sTrd, 

Bi-sTr-NG 
Deatroy'er, B'-sTr-E 
Destructibil'ity, Bs-sTr- 

Kt-Blt 
Deatruo'tible, B^-BTr-Kt- 

Bl 
Destruc'tion, Bs-bTi- 

Eshn 
Deatruc'tioniat, B'-sTr- 

E8hn-*t 
Destruc'tire, B^-sTr-Et- 

y 

Destmc'tiTely, b:-bTt- 

Ei-V-i • 
Deatruc'tiTeBess, B'- 

BTr-Et-V-Ns [B2-sTT-Et 

iVs] 
Desuda'tion, Bs"-Bshn 
Des'uetude, B'-sW-Td 
Desul'phurate,' B^-si- 

Frt, B!i-Bi-rr-Td, B»-Bi- 

rrt-NG 
Des'ultorily, B^-sLt-B-i 
Des'ultoriness, B^'-BZt- 

JB-Na 
Des'ultory, Bs-sit-ZS 
Detach', Bti-CH, Bti-CHd, 

Bt>-CH-NG 
Detach'er, Bt'-CHr 
Detach'ment, Bti - CH - 

Mnt 
Detail', Bts-L, Bta-Ld, 

Bta-L-NG 
De'tail, Bt»-L 
Detail'er, Bts-Lr 
Detain', B»-Tii, Ba-Tnd. 

B2-Tn-NG 
Detain'der, B'-Tndr 
Detain'er, B'-T-Nr 
Detain'ment, B' - T - N - 

Mnt 



DET 

Detect', BfrEt, Bts-K-T4» 

Bis-Et-NG 
Detect'er, Bt^-Etr 
Detec'tion, Bt^i-Eg^ 
Deteot'ive, Bts-Et-v 
Detect'or, Bt^-Etr 
Detent', B^-Tnt 
Deten'tion, B^-T-Ifshn 
Deter", Bt^-B, Bt»-Ed, 

Bt2-2J-NG 
Deterge', Bts-R- J, Bts-B- 

Jd, Dta-B-J-NG 
Deter'gent, Bt'-Ji-Jnt 
Dete'rfbfate, X>V-R-B-T, 

Bta-ie-fi-Td; ■ BtS-JJ-JJ-T- 

NG -^ ' ' ■ . 
D^teriora'tioi^ Bts - i! - 

jBstli ' 

geter'ment, Bt;-B-Hnt 
eter'miaable,B2-tT-M- 

ir-Bl 
Deter'minant, B« - Tr - 

Mn-Nt 
Deter'minate, B^-Tr-Mn- 

T 
Deter'minately, B'-Tr- 

Mn-T-i 
Determina'tiou, B^-Tr- 

M-Nshn 
Deter'minative, Bs-Xi- 

M-K-Tv 
Deter'minatOT, B-Tr-M- 

Ktr 
Deter'inine, B^ - Tr - Mn, 

B8-Tr-Mnd, Bs-Tr-Mn- 

NQ 
Deter'minedly, B2-T1- 

MndiZ 
Deter'miner, B? - Tr - M- 

Nr ' ' 

Dpter'rent, Bt^-^t 
Deter'sion, Bt'-Eslin 
Ppter'sive, Bta-K-sT 
Deter'sively, Bt»-ii-sV-Z 
Detest', B2-TBt, BS-Xs-Td, 

D^-Tst-NG 
Detest'able-y, B»-Ts-Bl 
Deteata'tion, B'-Xs-Xshn 
Dptest'er, B^-Tstr 
Dethrone', B^-XHrn, B«- 

THrnd. B^-THm-NG 
Dethroue'ment, B> - 

THrn-Mnt 
Dethron'er, B^-THr-Nr 
Det'inue, B>-x-N 
Det'onate, Bt2-Nt, Bt^-S- 

Td, Bts-Nt-NG 
Detona'tion, Bts-Nshn 
D^t'pnize, Bt^-Nz, Dt=- 

Nz4, Bta-Nz-NQ 
Detor'sion, Bti-Bshn 
Detort', Bt'-Et, Bti-«-ld, 

Bt'-Bt-NG 
Detoi'tiou, Bti-£shn 
Detour', Bt«-E 
Detract', Bi-Tr-Et, B'-Tr- 

E-Td, D'-Xr-Et-NG 
Detrac'tion, B'-Ir-Kshn 
Detrac'tious, B'-Tr-E- 

SHs 



DET 

Detrao'tiTe, Di-Tj-Kt-T 
Detraot'or,' D'-l'r-Ktr 
Detraot'ory,Di-Tr-K-T-B 
Detract're8S,Di-Tr-K-Trs 
Det'riment, DS-Tr-Mnt 
DBtrimen'tal,B2-Tr i Mnt 
Detri'tal, D'-Tr-Tl 
Detri'tion, D»-Trshn 
Detri'tus, D'-Tr-Ts 
Detrude', DS-Trd, D^- 

Tr-Dcl,Ds-Trd{-) 
Detrun'cate, Ds - Tr - NG- 

Kt, D2-Tr-NG-K-Td, D2- 

Tr-NG-Kt-NG 
Detrunoa'tion, Ii2-Tr- 

NG-Kshn 
Detru'sion, D'-Trzhn 
De'tur, Dtrs 
Deuce, Ds3 
Deu'oed, DS-bD 
Deuterog'amist, Di - Tr- 

G-MBt 
DeuteTog'omy, D'-Tr-G- 

M ' 
Deuteron'omy, D'-Tr-N- 

M 
Deuterop'athy, D>-Tr-P- 

TH 
Deuteros'copy, D'-Tr- 

sK-P 
Deutox'ide, Dt>-E-ED 
De vapora'tion, B'-Y- 

Prshh 
Dev'astate or Devas'- 

tate, DSoj-i-Vs-Tt, DSori- 

Vs-T'Td, I>2or»-Vs-Tt(-) 
Devasta'tioHtSi^Vs-Ishii 
Devel'ope, bs-Vl-P, D»- 

Vl-Pt, BS-Vl-P(') [DT2-P, 

Dv2-Pt, Dv2-PC) ] 
Deveropment, Ds-Vl-P 

Mnt [Dva-P-Mnt] 
Devest', D'-Vst, D^-Vs- 

Td, D!i-Vst(-) ■ 
Devex'ity, Dva-Ks-T 
De'viate, Dv^-T, Dv«-Td, 

Dva-T-HG ' 

Devla'tion, D^-Vslm 
Device', D'-Vs 
Dev'il, Ds-Vl 
Dev'ilisli, D^-Yl-SB 
Devilishly, D'-Vl-SBl 
Dev'llkin, D8-Vl-Kn 
Dev'ilship, D^-VliSH 
Dev'iltry, D^-Vl-Tr 
De'vious, Ds-Vs 
De'viously, D'-Vs-L 
Devia'able, D»-Vz-Bl 
Devise', Di-Vz, D'lVzd, 

D'-Vz-NG 

Devisee', Dv'-Z 
Devis'er, D'-V-Zp 
Devis'or, D'-V-Zt 
Devoid', Dt'-D 
Devoir', Dvi-E 
Devolu'tion, D'-Vlslin 
Devolve', D'-Vl-y.Di-Vl- 

Vd, Di-Vl-V-NG 
Devolve'ment, D>-V1-V- 

Mnt 



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Devote', Dv!-T, Dva-Td, 

Dva-T-NG 
Devot'ednesa, Dys-Td-Ns 
Devotee', Dt"-T 
Devote'ment, Dv^-T-Mnt 
Devot'er, Dts-T-K 
Devo'tion, D^-Vshn 
Devo'tional-ly, DS-Vslm- 

L 
Devour', Dvi-B, Dvi-Bd, 

Dvi-7<-NG 
Devour'er, Vv^-B-B 
Devout', Dt'-T 
Devout'ly, Dvi-T-i 
Devout'ness, Dvi-T-Ns 
De(W-, D", Dd3, Da-NG 
Dew'-drop, D^-DrP 
Dew'iness, D"-Ns 
Dew'lap, D3-z,-p 
Dew'-point, Ds-Put 
Dew'y, DuP 
Dejc'ter, Ds-Kstr 
Dexter'ity, Ds-Ks-T-B-T 
Dex'teroua, D^-K-sTrs 
Dex'terously, Ds-K-sTr- 

sL 
Dex'terousness, D'-E- 

Dex'tral, BS-K-sTr-L 
Dextror'sal, D'-K-sTr-Bs 

■L 
Dex'trorse, DS-K-sTr-Bs 
Dex'trous, D^-K-BTrs 
Dex'trously, D^-K-sTr-sZ 
Dey, Ds 

Diabe'tes, D'-b-Tz 
Diabet'ic, D" - B - T - K or 

D2-Bt-K 
Diabet'ical, D2-Bt,Kl 
Diablerie', D^-Bl-A 
Diab'lery, Jfi-Bl-B 
Diabol'io, D>-Bl-K 
Diabol'ioal-ly, Di-Bl-Kl 
Dia'bolism, D'-Bl-zM 
Diabol'icalness, D'-Bl- 

Kl-Ns 
Diacaus'tic, Si-Es-T-E 
Diach'ylum, Di-Kl-M 
Diao'oual, Di-K-Nl 
Diac'onate, D^-E-Nt 
Diaoous'tio, D^-Kb-T-E 
Diacous'tics, D^-Es-T-Es 
Diacrit'ie, Ds-Er-T-K 
Diacrit'ical, Ds-Ert-Kl 
Di'adem, D>-D-m; 
DiEer'esis or Dier'eais, 

D2-7SS8 

Diagno'sis, D^-G-Nbs 
Diagnos'tic, D'-G-Ns-T- 

E 
Diag'onal-ly, Di-G-Nl 
Di'agram, Di-Gr-M 
Di'agraph, Di-Grf 
Di'al, D'-L 
Di'alect, D'-i-K-T 
Dialec'tio, D^-i-E-T-K 
Dialec'tioal, D^-i-K-T-El 
Dialecti'cian, B'-Ii-K-. 

Tshn 
Dialec'tics, D2-£-K-Tt1s 



DIG 

Di'aling, D'-ZrNG 
Di'alist, D>-£st 
Di'allage, Di-Z- J 
Dial'ogist, Di-i-Jst 
Dialogist'ic, Ds-i-J-BT-K 
Dialogist'ical, D^-L-J-bI 

-Kl 
Dial'ogize, Di-i-Jz 
Di'alogue, D'-L-G 
Di'al-plate, Di-i-Plt 
Dial'ysis, D'-iss 
Dialyt'io, DS-i-T-E 
Diamagnet'io, D^-M :T-K 
Diamagnet'ically, D^-M 

:T-E1 
Diamag'netism, l)i-M:T- 

zM 
Diaiuan'tine, Di-Mn-Tn 
Diam'eter, D'-Mtr 
Diam'etral, D'-M-Tr-L 
Diamet'rjc, D^-Mt-'Ji-E 
Diamet'rical-ly, D^-Mt- 

ie-El 
Di'amond, Dii-Mnd. See 

Adamant, 
Diapa'son, D^-Pz-N 
Diapen'te, D^-Pn-T 
Di'aper, D>-Pr 
Diaphane'ity, D»-F-N-T 
Diapban'ic, DP-N-E 
Diaph'auous, D^-F-Ns 
Diaphou'ics, D^-Fn-Ks 
Diaphore'sis, D^-Frss 
Diaphoret'ic, D^-Fr-T-E 
Diaphoret'ical, D^-Fr-T- 

El 
Di'aphragm, D'-Fr-M 
Di'arist, D'-iist 
Diarriie'a or DiarrlUB'a, 

Diarrhet'io, D'-B-T-E 
Di'ary, Di-JJ 
Di'asiase, Dsi-Ts 
Dias'tole, Vs^T-L 
Di'astyle, Ds'-T-L 
Diates'saron, D^-T-siii 
Diath'esis, D^-THss 
Diatou'ic, Di-T-N-K 
Di'atribe, Di-Tr-B 
Dib'ber, D^-Br 
Dib'ble, D3-BI, D'-Bld, 

D»-B1-NG 
Dice, Dbi 

Dice'-box, D'-sB-Es 
Diceph'alous, Ds^-F-Zs 
Dio'er,D'-sB 
Dichot'omize, si-Et-Hz 
Dichot'omouB, B'-Et-Ms 
Dioljofiomy, B»-Et-M 
Di'djiroism, B>-Er-zM 
DiQAromaf ic, B'-Er-Mt- 

Bick'ens, B^-Enz 
Dick'er, B=-Er 
Diok'ey or Dick'y,B'-K 
Dicotyle'don; D' - Et - Z- 

Bn 
Dic'ta, B3-E-T 
Dio'tate, Bs-E-Tt, B'-Kt 

Td, BS-E-TtC) 



Die 

Dicta'tion, D°-E-Tslm 
Diota'tor, Dz-K-Ttr 
Sictato'rial-ly, D^-Kt-T- 

Dicta'torship, D^-K-Ttr 

!SH 
Dio'tator^, Ds-Kt-T-i! 
Diota'tress, D«-K-T-Trs 
Diota'trix, D^-K-T-Tr-Ks 
Diota'ture, D^-K-T-CHr 
Dio'tion, DS-Kshn 
Dic'tionary, Ds-Kslm-B 
Dio'tum, Ds-K-T-M 
Did, Dd». (See Could.) [D^] 

See So. 
Didac'tie, Iia>-K-T-K 
Didac'tioal-ly, Dd^-Et-El 
Didac'tics, Dd'-E-T-Es 
Didao'tyl,Ddi-Kt-L 
Sidac'tylous, Sdi-Et-Xs 
Sid'a^pper, Dd'-Pr 
Did'dle, DS-Dl, DS-Dld, 

D»-Dl-Na 
Di'do, Di-Do 
Si'drachm, Di-Dr-M 
Sidst, DdLSf 
Didno'tion, DIds-Ksha 
Die, Di, Dd', Di-NG 
Dier'esis, D^-Bss 
Dle'-sinking, Di-sNG-K- 

NG 
Di'es non, Di-Z-Nn 
Di'et, Di-T, Di-T-Td, Di- 

T-NG 
Di'etary, D'-T-iB 
Di'eter, D'-Tr. See Audi- 
tory Daughter, etc, 
Dietet'ic, D^-T-T-K 
Dietet'ical, D^-T-T-Kl 
Dietet'icB, D<i-I-T-Es 
Di'etist, Di-T-Tst 
Differ, Df s-K, DP-Bd, Dfs- 

if-NG IDfs, DM8, Df»(-)] 
Differs, Df3-Ez [Dfz»: 
Difference, in.) J>P-Rns 

[DfS] 
Difference, (u.) Dfs-Hns, 

Df'i-BnBt, DP-Sns-NG 
Differences, Sf^ - Anss 

[DfsS] 
Different, DP- Bnt [DfS] 
Differen'tia, DP-fln-SH 
DieCerenaial, DP-ij-s- 

5H1 CDP-iBn: 
Differen'tiate, Df-Rn- 

SHt, DP-Sn-SH-Ti, T}P- 

Rn-Sm-^6 
Differentia'tion, DP-Rn- 

SHslm 
Differently, Di'-Rnt-L 

Dif flc«Jt,D2-F-Kn [Klt3] 
Diffloultly, ps-P-Klt-i 

Difflonlty, DS-r-sl-T 

[KOT i--r-.> 

Diffidence, bf^-Dns 
Diffident,. »?-PM^ 
Dif fidenjljt, I^TDi>t-;L 



72 

Difform, Dfa-F-B-M 

[Df«-F] 
Difform'ity, DP-r-B-M- 

T CDfi-F-TJ 
Dif&act', Dfi-B-Kt, Df -K- 

K-Td, Df-iJ-Kt(-). See 

Deflect. 
Diffrao'tibn, DP-ie-Kslm. 

See Deiflection, 
Difitan'chise, D'-Fr-N- 

CHz 
Dif&an'chisement, D^- 

Fr-N-CH-zMnt 
DifEUse', D»-Fs 
DifEUse', D"-Fz, D^-Fzd, 

Ds-Fz-NG 
DiffUs'edly, D'-Fz-D-i 
DifEUs'edness, D»-Fz-D- 

Nb 
Diflase'ly, Da-Fs-L 
Diause'ness, Da-Fs-Ns 
DifiHis'er, D^-F-Zr 
DifEUsibil'ity, Ds-Fz-Blt 
Diffu'sible, D^-Fz-Bl 
Diffu'sion, D'-«-Fzlm 
DiflU'sive, D^-Fs-V 
DifTii'sively, D8-Fs-V-i 
Diffti'sivenesB, Ds.fs-V- 

Na [tVs] 
Dig, D3 - G, D' - Gd, DS - G- 

NG- 
Dig'amist, D'-G-Mst 
Digam'iua, pi-G-M 
Digas'trio, D'-G-sTr-K 
Digest', D»-Jfit, D2-JB-Td, 

D«-Jst-NG 
Di'gest, D'-Jst 
Digesfer, DS-Jetr 
Digestibility, D'-Jst-B- 

Lt 
Digest'ible, D^-Jat-B M>). 
Digest'ibleness, D'-Jst 

iBs 
Diges'tion, D8-Jst-N • 
Digesfive, D^- Jst-V 
Dig'ger, D»-Gr 
Digging, D3-G-NG 
Dight, Dt', Di-Td, Dti(-) 
•Dig'it, Da-Jt 
Dig'ital, DS- Jt-L 
Digita'lis, DS- J-T-is 
Dig'itate, D^- J-Tt 
Dig'itated, D^-Jt-Td 
Digita'tion, D^-J-Tslm 
Dig'itiform, D^-J-T tF 
Dig'itigrade, D»-J-T-Grd 
Dig'nifled, D^-G-N-Fd 
Dig'nify, D^-G-N-F 
Dig'nitary, Ds-G-N-T-B 
Dig'nity, DS-G-N-T 
Di'graff, D'-Grf 
Digress', D^-Grs, D^-Gret, 

D2-Gr8-NG 
Digres'sion, D^-Grshn 
Digres'sional, Ds-Grslm- 

L 
Digress'ive, DS-Gr sV 
fltoess'ively, Ds-Gr-sV 

i^u'MsatS, D'-Jd-Kt 



DIM 

Dijudica'tion, Ds - Jd - 

Estan 
Dike, Di-E, Di-Et, Di-E- 

NG 
Dilac'erate, D^-La-Rt, 

B^-LB-R-Td, V^-LB-Rt- 

•NG 
Dilacera'tion, D^is- 

RBbn 
Dila'neate, D'-i-Nt 
Dilap'idate, Di-i-P-Dt, 

D'-i-P-D-Td, D>-Z,-P- 

DtC) 
Dilapida'tion, Da -£ - P - 

Dsbu 
Dilap'idator, Di-Jl-P-Dtr 
Dilatabil'ity, D»-Zt-Blt 
Dilat'able, D^-it-Bl 
Dilata'tion, Ds-i-Tshn 
Dilate', V-Lt, Ds-i-Td, 

D2-Lt-NG 
Dilat'er, D«-itr 
Dila'tion, V-LBlm 
Dilat'ive, Ds-£t-T 
Dilat'or, D^-Ztr 
Dil'atorily, D'-Lt-R-L 
Diratoriness,D»-it-2J-NB 
Dil'atory, D'-Lt-R 
Dilem'ma, D^-i-M 
Dilettant', D'-i-Tnt 
Dilettan'te, D'-i-Tn-T 
Dilettan'ti, D>-i-Tn-T 
Dilettan'teism, D'-i^-Tn- 

T-zM 
Diligence', Di-£-ZHu9 
Dil'igenoe, Dl'-Jns 
Dil'igent, D13- Jnt 
Dil'igently, Dl»-Jnt-L 
Dill, D3-L 
Dill'y, Ds-i 
Dil'ly-dally, Ds-i-D-i 
Dilu'eed, D8-iB-D 
Dilu'Gi4»te, 1}»-Zrs-Dt 
Dil'ueo*.D'-iNt 
Dilute', p'-it, D3-Z-Td, 

D3-£t-NG 
Dilut'er, D?-Ztr 
Dilu'tioii, D'-ishn 
Dilu'vial, D»-£-V-Ii 
Dilu'vian, D»-j[-Vn 
Dilu'vion, D«-i-Vn 
Dilu'Tium, D'-i-v-M 
Dim, (o.) D'-1i, B=-M-B, 

D^-MBt 
Dim, (B.) D'-M, D»-Md, 

D8-M-NG 
Dime, D'-M 

Dimen'sion. D'-K-Nshn 
Dimen'sionlesB, D''' - M - 

Nshn-is 
Dimen'siTe, D^-M-JSf sV 
Dim'eter,DS-Mtr 
Dimld'iate, D8-M-Dt, DS- 

M-DTd, D8-M-DtC» 
Dimidia'tion,D«-M-D8hn 
Dimin'ish, Ds - Md - SH, 

D8 - Mn - SHt, D8-M0-SH- 

KG' 
Dimin'ishable, D8-]fg, 

SH-Bl 



DIM 

Simin'isher, D^-Mn-SH- 

B 
Dlminuen'do, DS-Mn-N- 

D 
Simin'uent, D^-Mn-Nt 
Dimmn'tiou, D^-M-Nslm 
Dlmin'utiTe, D'-M-N-Tv 
Simin'utively, Ds-M-N- 

T-Vl 
Bimin'utiTenesB, D^-M- 

N-Tv-Ns 
Dim'issory, D'-M-sE 
Dim'ity, DS-M-T 
Dimly, DS-M-£ 
Sim'mish, D3-M-SH 
Dim'ness, D^-M-Ns 
Simor'phism, D^-i/L-B- 

Fz-M 
Dimor'pliouB,Di-M-£-Fs 
Dim'ple, Da-M-Pl, Ds-M- 

Pld, D3-M-P1-NG 
Din, UnS, Dnds, Dn8-N& 
Din'arohy, D'-Nr-K 
Dine, Dni, Dnd', Dni-NG 
Ding, D3-NG, DS-NGd, DS- 

NG-NG 
Ding'-dong.DS-NG-D-NG 
Din'gey, D»-NG-G 
Din'ghy, D'-NG-G 
Din'gineas, Dns- J-Ns 
Din'gle, Ds-NG-Gl. [D3- 

NGl] 
Din'gy, Dn'-J, Dn'-J-K, 

Dn»-Jsi 
Din'nerj D'-Nr 
Dint, Dnts, Dn»-Td, Dnf- 

NG. 
Dioc'esan, S^-Ss-K 
Di'ocese, D'-Ss 
Diop'trio, Di-P-Tr-K 
Diop'trioal, Di-P-Tr-Kl 
Diop'trica, Di-P-Tr-Ks 
Diora'ma, B^oi-i-B-M 
Dioram'ic, Di-B-M-E 
Dip, D3-P, DS-Pt, DS-P-NG 
Dipet'alouB, D>-Pt-i8 
Diptbe'ria, DP-TH-iJ or 

D3-P-TH-i! 
■Diph'thong, DP-TH-NG 

or D3-P-TH-NG 
Diphthon'gal, Bfi-TH 

NG-Gl 
Diph'yllous or Diphyl' 

lous, D'-v-Lb 
Diplo'ma, DS-Pl-M 
Diplo'maoy, D^-Pl-M-s 
Dip'lomat, D^-Pl-Mt 
Diplomat'ic, Di-Pl-Mt-K 
Diplomat'ical, D'-Pl-Mt- 

Kl 
Diplomafics, D'-Pl-Mt- 

Es 
Diplo'matism, D^-Pl-M- 

T-zM (or -Mt-zM) 
Diplo'matist, D2 - pi - M - 

Tat (or -Mtst) 
Dip'per, D»-Pr 
Dip'ping, D8-P-NG 
Dip'teral, Ds-ptr-L 
Sip'terous, D'-Ptr-S 

4 



73 

Dip'tote, Ds-P-Tt 
Dip'tyoh, D8-P-T-K 
Dlpyre', Di-P-B 
Diradla'tiou, D^-B-Dshn 
Dire, (a.) Di-E, D^-Er, D"- 

Sst 
Direct', Dr^-Kt, Dr^-K-Td, 

Dr!-Kt-NG ' 
Direot'er, Dr^-Ktr 
Direction, Dr2-Kslin 
Direot'ive, Dr^-Kt-V 
Direot'ly, Dr^-Kt-i 
Direot'ness, Dr^-Kt-Ns 
Direct'or, Dr^-Ktr 
Direct'orate, Dr^-K-T-Bt 
Direoto'rial, Drs-K-T-iei 
Direct'oTship, DrS-Ktr- 

SH-P Cor !SH] 
Direct'ory, J)f-K-1-B 
Direct'ress, Dr^-K-Trs 
Direct'rix, Dr^-K-Tr-Ks 
Dire'ful-ly, Di-B-Fl 
Dire'fulness, D'-B-Fl-Ns 

lor !F8] 
Dire'ness, D'-E-Ns 
Direp'tion, D^-B-Ssbn 
Dirge, B^-B-J 
Dir'igent, DS-i?-Jnt 
Dirk, Dr2-K 
Dirt, D2-Et 

Dirt'-eating, D=-Bt-T-NG 
Dirt'ily, D'-B-l-L 
Dirt'iness, DS-B-T-Ns 
Dirt'y, (o.) D'-B-T, DS-B- 

Tr, D2-B-Tst 
Dirt'y, (».) D^-K-T, Tio-B- 

Td, DH-B-T-NG 
Dirup'tion, D^-fl-Pslin 
Diaabil'ity, Ds» - Bl - T 

(or -Bit) 
Disa'ble, Ds^-BI, Ds^-BId, 

Dss-Bl-NG 
Disa'blement, Vs' - Bl - 

Mnt 
Disabuse', D»-bBz, Ds- 

sBzd, D»-sBz-NG 
Disaccom'modate, D>- 

sK:Dt 
Diaacconimoda'tion,D2- 

sE:Dsh]i 
Disaccus'tom, D^^-bEs-T- 

M 
Disacknowl'edge, B' - 

sE-Nl-J 
Disadvan'tage, Ds'-Dv- 

Jft-J [Dsi-J] 
Disadranta'geous, Hb'- 

DT-Nt-Js [D52-J-S] 
Disadvanta'geoualy, 

Ds8-DT-Nt-J-si, [Ds2-J- 

Sl] 

Disadvanta'geousness, 

Ds2-Dv-Nt-Js-Ks [Ds2- 
Js-Ns] 
Disaffect', Ds2-F-E-T, 
Ds2-F-E-Td, DsS-F-E-T- 
NG 

Disaffec'tion, Ss^ - F - 

Estan 
DiBa£flnu', Ds>-F-B-M 
♦ 



DIS 

Disafllrm'ance, Ds'-F-B- 

Mns 
Disafflrma'tion, Ds^-F- 

E-Mshn 
Disaffor'est, Dsi-F-Bst 
Disaggrega'tiqn, Ds'-Gr- 

Gshn 
Disagree', Dss-Gr, DsS- 

Grd, D63-Gr-NG 
Disagree'able-y, Ds^-Gr- 

Bl 
Disagree'ablenesB, De^- 

Gr-Bl-Ns [:Bs] 
Disagree'ment, Ds^-Gr- 

Mnt- 
Disallow', Tfi-sL, Di-si- 

D, Di-si-NO 
Disallow'able, D'-si-Br 
Disallow'ance, D'-s£-Ns 
Disanoh'or, Dsi-NG-Kr 
Disan'imate, Ds'-N-M-T 
Disannex', Ds--N-Es 
Disannul', Ds^-N-L 
Disanoint', Ds'-Nnt 
Disappar'el, Di-sP-Bl 
Disappear', Ds-sP-E, D'- 

sP-Kd, Da-sP-B-NG 
Disappear'ance, D^ - eP - 

BnB 
Disappoint', D'-sPnt, D'- 

sPn-Td, D>-sPnt-NG 
Disappoint'ment, Di - 

sPnt-Mnt 
Disapproba'tion, D^-sPr- 

Bstan 
Disap'probatory,Di-sPr- 

B-T-B 
Disappro'priate, D'-sPr- 

Prt 
Disapprov'al, Ds-sPr-Vl 
Disapprove', D» - BPrv, 

D3-sPrTd, D»-sPrT-NG 
Disapprov'ingly,I>'-sPrT 

-NG-L 
Disarm', D'-sE-M, Di-sB- 

Md, Dl-sE-M-NG 
Disarm'ament, Di-sE-H- 

Mnt 
Disarm'er, D'-sB-M-E 
Disarrange', D^ - sEn - J, 

D2-sEn-Jd, D2-sEn-J-NG 
Disarrange'ment, D^ - 

sEn-J-Mnt 
Disarray', DS'sE, D^-sKd, 

D2-SB»-NG 

Disasso'ciate, Ds-sS-*Ht 
Disas'ter, Di-ssXr 
Disas'trous, D^-seTts 
Disas'trously, D'-ssTr-BL 
Disas'trousnesB,D>-BsIrs 

-Ns 
Disavouoh', Db'-V-OH 
Disavow*, Ds'-V, Ds'-Vd, 

Dsi-V-NG 
Disavow'al, Ds'-V-L 
Disavow'er, Dsi-V-E 
Disband', Di - sBnd, D» - 

sBn-Dd. Di-sBud-NG 
Disband'ment, D'-sBnd- 

Mnt 



UIS 

Bisbark', D'-bB-B-K 
Disbelief, Ds^-Blf 
Disbelieve', Ds^-bIt, Ds^- 

Blvd, Ds3-Blv-Na 
Disbeliev'er, Ds^-Blv-B 
Disbow'el, D'-sB-L, D>- 

EB-Ld, D>-sB-L-Na 
Disbur'den, Da-sB-B-Dn, 

D2-sB-«-Dnd, Da -sB - R- 

Dn-NG 
Disburse', D^-sB-Bs, D^- 

eB Est, Di!-sB-£s-Na 
DisbUTse'ment, D'-sBr- 

BUnt 
DisbuTS'er, ds-bB-b-sB 
Diabur'then, D'-sB-£ 

DHn, D!-8B-£-DHnd,D3- 

EB-£-DHn-Na 
Disc, DS-sE 
Discard', D»-sKrd, D' 

BKr-Dd, Di-sErd-Na 
Discar'nate, D^-sKr-Nt 
Disease', S-sKs 
Discern, D'-zKn, Ds 

zEnd, D«-zEn-NG 
Discem'er, S^zB-Nr 
Diaoem'ible-y, t)' - zEn- 

B(-L) 
Discern'iblenesB, D^ - 

zEn-B-L-Ns Cor :Bb] 
Discem'meut, D^-zRd.- 

Mnt 
Discerp'tion,D>-si!-FBlm 
Discharge', D^-sCHr-J, 

Di-sdHr-J-D, D'-sOHr-J- 

NG [Dsi-OH, BsJ-OHd, 

D8«-CH(-) 
Diachar'ger, DJ-sCHr-Jr 
Disci'ple, Dsi-Pl 
DiBci'pleship, Db^fi ■ SH 
Dis'ciplinable, Sss-Pin- 

B (-L) 

Dis'ciplinablenesa, Ss'- 

PlniBs 
Dis'cipIinaiit,DsS-Fln-Nt 
DiscipUna'Tion, Ds'-Fl- 

Nm 
Dis'ciplinar7, Ds'-Pl-Nr 
Dis'oipline, Dss-Pln, Dsk- 

Flnd, Dss-Pln-NG 
Dis'cipliner, Dbs-PI-Nt 
Disclaim', Db^-EI-M, Db^ 

Kl-Md, Dss-Kl-M-NG 
Disclaim'er, Ds3-Ei-iUr 
Disclama'tiou, Ss'-Kl- 

MBlin 
Disclose', Db:-E1z, I)b>- 

Elzd, Ds'-Elz-NG 
Disdos'er, Ss'-El-Zr 
Disclos'ure, Ds^-El-ZHr 
Dis'cold, D8-8E-D 
Discoid'al, I>>-bE-D1 
DiBcol'or, Si-sE-£r, B'- 

sE-£rd, D^-BE-i^r-KG 
Discolora'tion, D^ - sE - 

£rBhn 
Discom'Ht, Ds2iFt, Dss 

ir-Td,Ds2iFt-NG 
Discom'flture, Ds'iFtr 
Discom'fort, Db' ! Frt, Db' 



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SFr-Td, DsSiFrt-NG 
Discommend', Ds' SKd 
Discoinmendfable, Ds> 

Nd-B (-L) 
Diacommenda'tion, Ds'' 

iN-Dshn 
Discommode', Ds' ! D, 

DB^iDd, Ds^iD-NG 
Discommo'dious, Pb'! 

D-8 
Discommo'diovianeGS, 

Ds»!Db-Nb 
Diaoomntod'ity, DaiiD- 

T 
Discom'mon, Ds> '.TH 
Discompose', Db^ : Fz, Ds' 

iPzd.BBi'tPz-NG 
Discompos'uxe, Ss^iP- 

ZHr 
Disconcert', DB'SsBt, Db^ 

!sE-Td, DsSisEt-NQ 
Disconoer'tion, Ds> 

sBshn 
Discoiiform'able, Db^ i F 

-E-M-Bl tiF-Bl] 
Disconform'ity, Ds'SF- 

B-M-T [iF-T] 
Discongru'lty, Ds'iGr-T 
Disconnect', Ds>!Et, D^ 

!E-Td, DsasEt-iTa 
DisDOnneQ'tion, Ds> 

!E61m 
Discon'secrate, Ds^ isErt 
Discon'solate, DBiUXt 
Discon'solately, Dsi '.s£t 

■L 
Discon'solateness, Bsi; 

Bit-Ks 
Discontent', Ss'iTnt, Db' 

iin-Td, Ds'STot-NG 
Disconteut'edly.Ss'iln 

-Td-L 
Diacontenf edness, Ds^ ! 

*n-Xd-Na 
Discontent'ment, Ds^ i 

Tt-Mnt 
Discontin'uance, Db^it 

-Ns ■ -' ■-■' 

Disoontinoa'tion, Ds^ : T 

-S'Bhn 
Discontin'ue, Ds^iT-N, 

DBa!T-N-I), Db»!T-N-NG 
Discontin'uer, Ss^iT-N- 

E 
Diacontinn'ity, Db>!T-n 

T 
Diacontin'uous, Ds'il- 

N-a 

Dis'cord, D'-sErd 
Discord'ance, Di-aErd- 

Ms 
Discord'ancy, D'-sErd- 

N-S 
Discord'ant, D^-sErd-Nt 
Discord'antly, Di-sEid- 

Nt-L 
Discord'antness,D>-sErd 

Nt-Ns 
Dia'count or Diaoount', 

D'or'-BEnt, I>Sor>-sEn- 



Td, ICori-BEijt-Sta 
Discoimt'able, I>>-sEnt- 

B(-L) 
Dis'oount-day, D'-sEnt- 

D 
Discoun'tenance, Di - 

sEnt-Nns, Di-BEnt-N-Nst, 

Di-sEnt-N-Ns-NG 
Discoun'tenancer, Di - 

BEnt-N-Ns-E 
Dis'counter, "D'-iSxAi 
Discour'aKe, D'-sEr-J, 

DS-sEr-Jd, D«-sEr-J-NG 
Discour'ageable,I)3-BEr- 

J-Bl 
Discour'^ement, T)' - 

BEr-J-MlIt ■' " 
Discour'ager, D^-sEr-Jr 
Discourse', D'-sErs, D<- 

sErst, Ds-sEtb-NO 
DiscouTs'er, D^-sEt-bB 
Discours'ire, Ds-SErs-V 
Discourlieous, D^-sEr-Ts 
Discour'teously, D^^-sEr^ 

T-s£ 
Discour'tesy, D'-bEt-T-B 
Disc'ous, D^-sEs 
DiseoT'er, D>-eEv-B, D'- 

BEv-fld, DS-sEv-B-NQ 

[D2-sEt, D^-sEvd, D» 

Discov'erable, D'-sEv- 

B-Bl [Ca-sEv-B] 
Diacov'erer, D'-sEv-li-i! 
DiscoT'ery, S>-sEt-S 
Discred'it, D!-sEr-Dt,P<r 

sEr-D'Td, DS-BEr-DtC) 
Discred'itable, Tfi - eEt - 

Dt-Bl 
Discreet', B'-sErt 
DiscreetTly, D»-«Eit-£ 
Discreet'ness, SS-sErt- 

Nb '" ■ 

Discrep'ance, D'-sEr-Pna 
Discrep'andy, D«-sEr-Pn- 

s • ' '■ ' 

Diacrep'ant, DS-sEr-Pnt 
Diacrete', D^sErt ' 
Diacre'tion, D»rSEcsl>ii 
Discre'tional-ly, D> - 

sEi'Shn - L 
Discre'tionary, B' - 

BErshn -B 
Discre'tioharily, Da - 

sKrshn -B-L 
Diaqre'tive, D'-sErt-V 
Diacrim'inate, D'-sEr-U 

-N-T, D3-sEr-M-N-Td. Da 

8Er-M-N-T-NG CDS-sEr- 

M, DS-BEr-MC')] 
Diacrim'inately, D'-sEr- 

M-N.T-£ n)3-sKr-SIl£] 
Diacrim'inateness, D^- 

EEr-M-N-T-Ns 
Discrimina'tion, Da-sEr- 

M-Nshn 
Disorim'inative, D^-BEr- 

M-N-Tv 
Discrim'inator, D'-sEr- 

M-Ntr 



DI8 

Discrown', B>-sEm, TA- 

iKrnd, D'-sKrn-NG 
Dlaou'batory,D5-sK-Bt-K 
Disoul'pate, Ds^-Kl-Pt 
Disoum'benoy.Dss ! Bn-? 
Disoum'ber, Ds" i Br 
Disour'sion, Ds-sKrBhn 
Siscur'sive, D^-sKr-sV 
Disour'sively, D^-bKi-sV 

-L 
BissuT'sireiiesa, D^-sEx- 

sV-Na 
Discur'sory, D^-sEr-sA 
Dis'cus, D^bEs 
Discuss', DS-sEs, SS-sEst,' 

Di!-sEs-NG 
Discuss'er, D'-sE-sB 
Discus'sion, D'-sEsUn - 
Biscuss'ive, D^-sE-sY 
Discu'tient, C^-sEsbnt 
Disdain', Dz'-Du, Dz'- 

«nd, Dz«-Dn-NG 
Disdain'ful, Sz' - Dn - F 

(-L) 
Disdain'fiiUy, Dz^-Dn-F 

Disdain'fulness, Dz>-Dn 

Disease', D»-zZ, DS-zZd, 

D'-ZZ-NG. See Decease. 
Diseased', D^ - zZd. See 

Dec^Oied.' 
DiBembark',Di-sH-Br-E, 

i)i-sM-Br-Et, Di-sM-Br- 

K-NG 
Disembarka'tion, D^sM- 

Br-Eshn 
DisembarVment, D> - 

sM-Br-K-Mnt 
Disembar'rass, Di-sM- 

Brs, D'-sM-Brst, D>-sM- 

Brs-NG 
DiaembaT^rassment, I»- 

BM-Br-sMnt 
Disembay', P?-bM-B 
DisembePlish, D'-bM-b- 

X-SH 
Disembit'ter, D'-sU-Btr 
Disembod'y, d»-sM-B-d, 

Di-sM-B-Dd, Di-sU-B-D- 

Disembogue', s^-sU-B- 

G, DS-BlT-B-Gd, D»-bM- 

B-G-NG 
Disembogue'misnt, !>'- 

sM-B-G-Vnt - 
Disembos'om, Ds-bU-B- 

zM 
Disembouchure', D^-alil- 

B-SHr 
Disembow'el, D>-sM-B-L 
Disembroil', D>-sM-Br-L, 

Di-sM-Br-Ld, D>-sM-Br- 

L-NG 
Disena'ble, Dss-N-Bl 
Disenchaut',Ds>-N-CHnt, 

Dsi-N-CH-N-Td, Db'-N- 

CHnt-NG 
Piseachant'er, Ds>-N- 

CHntr 



75 
DisenGli4At<«se.nt, Ds>- 

N-CHt-Mnt 
Diseucum'ber.Ds'-NiBr, 

Ds?-S!Brd, I|^-N!Br- 

NG 
Disencum'brance, Ds^- 

NiBms 
Disengage', Ds' - N - G - J, 

DsS-N-G-Jd, DsS-N-G-J- 

NG 
Disenga'gedness, Ds^-N- 

G-Jd-Ns ■ 
Disengage'ment, Ds^-N- 

O-J-Mnt 
Disgqno'ble, Ds2-N-Bl 
Disenroir, Dss-N-iRl 
Disfut^an'glg, Dsi-:^-NG- 

Gl, Dsi-Nt-NG-Gld, Dsi- 

Nt-NG-Gl-NG- • 
Dipehtan'gleqaeut, Ssi- 

Nt-NG-Gl-'Mnt 
Disenti^»U<; S8>-mr-L 
Diseuthrone', Db^ - N - 

TH{r)n - • 
Disentj'tle, Ds^-N-T-TI 
Disentomb', Ds»-lf-T-M 
Disentrance', Db'-N-Ttiib 
Disespouse', d'-ss-fz 
Disesteem', D^ - s8t - H, 

D»-sSt-Md, DS-sSt-U-NG 
Diseatima'tion, D^^-sSt- 

Itteiio 
Disfa'vor, DsS-P-Vr, Db'- 

F-Vrd, DB!i--F-Vr-NG 
Diafa'Torer, Ds'-F-Vr-R 
Disfigura'tion, Db' - F - 

Grsbn 
Disfig'uie, DB»-E-Gr, Ds'- 

F-Grd, I)fl3-I-Gr-NG 
Disfig'ureinent, Ds?-F- 

Gr-Mnt ' " ' 
Dis&an'chiss, Ds>-Fr-N- 

CHz, Ds>-Fr-N-CHzd, 

Dai-Fr-N-CHz-NG 
Disfran'cliisement, Ds>- 

Fr-N-CH-zUnt 
DisfoTtiish, B^-Vxn-SH, 

D8»- Fm - SEt, Db! ■ Frn- 

Sff-NG 
Disgar'nish, Ds'-Gr-N- 

SH, Dsi-Gr-N-SHt, Dsi- 

Gr-N-SH-NG 
Disgorge', Db'-Gt- J, Dsi- 

Gr-Jd, Ds>-Gr-J-NG 
Disgorge'i^ent, Ssi-Gi- 

J-Mnt 
Disgrace', Ds^-Grs, Da^- 

Grst, Daa-Grs-NG 
Disgraoe'Ail, Db' - Grs - F 

(-L) 
Disgracefully, Ds^-Grs- 
■F(-i) 
Disgrace'fulnesB, Ds^ - 

GrB-Fl-Na Ci^FsJ 
Disgra'cer, DsS-Gr-sK 
Disgra'cious, DsS-Gr-SHs 
Disguise', s'-bGz, d'- 

sGzd, DI-bGz-NG 

DisgmK'edlr, pi-saz-p- 



DI8 

Disguise'ment, D'-sG- 

zMnt 
Disguis'er, D>-sG-Zr 
Disgust', D«-6G8t, D'-bGs- 

Td, D2-sGBt{-) 
Disgust'ful, II«-sGb-T-FI 
Disgust'ing, D2-sGst{-) 
Disgust'ingly, p»-sGs-X- 

NGl 
Dish, DS-SH, D'-SBt, D^- 

Sff-NO 
Dishabille', D^-sB-L 
Dish'clotti, Ds-SH-El-XH 
Dish'clout;, D'-SH-Elt 
Disheart'en, D^-BH-Ji-Xn, 
*I>i--BH-:«-Tlia, D'-sH-Be 

Tn-NG CB'-sS-Tn, D'- 

sB-Tna, D'-B«-Tn-NG] 
DiaheT'el, D2-SH-V1, D2- 

SH-Vld, D?-8H-VlrBG " 
Dishey'eled, D^-SH-Vld 
Diaii'fiil,D3-SH-Fr ' ■' 
Diahon'est, Dz'-Nst 
Dishon'eatly, Dz'-Ns-T-T^ 
Dishon'esty, pz'-Na-T 
Diahou'or, DzJ-Ni, Dz!- 

Nrd, Dzi-Nr-NG 
Diahon'orable-y, Dz'-Hr- 

Bl ■ • -' ' 
Dishon'orableneas, Dz'- 

Nr-Bl-Ns ' [:BS] 
Dishon'orary, Dz>-Nr-i! 
Dishon'oreri Dz'-Nr-B * 
Dishu'mor, B^-BB-Mr 
Disiucar'cerate, Da' - X - 

Kr-sBt. 
Dislndina'tion, Db?-IT- 

Kl-Nshn 
Disincline', Ds'-N-Kln, 

Dsi-N-Elnd, DB>-N-E]ai 

NG 
Diainolose', Ds^-N-Elz 
Disinclosed', Dss-N-El^d 
Disinfect', Dbs-N-F-E-T;- 

Ds! -N-F-E-Td, Db2-N-E- 

E-T-NQ 
Disinfect'ant, Dss-N-F-E- 

TBt 
Disinfec'tion, Ds? - N - F - 

Eshn 
Disiugen'uous, Dss-N-J- 
. Ns 
Disingen'uoosly, Ds»-N- 

J-Ns-L - 
Disingen'uousnesg, Ds^ 

N-J-Ns-Nb - 
DiJsinher'ison, He.' - TSi - 

Hrz-N • ' 

Disinber'it, Ds' - N - Hrt, 

Da'-N-Hr-Xd, Db»-N- 

HrtC) 
Diainber'itance, Db'-N- 

Hr-Xna "' 

Disin'tegrablo, Ds^-Kt- 

Gr-Bl 
Disin'tegrate, Da'-Nt- 

Grt, Da3-Nt-Cft-Id, Ds»- 

Ht-Grtc) 
Disintegra'tlon, Da>-Nt- 

Giahn 



DIS 

Disinter', I)s>-Nt-R, Db>- 

Nt-Ed. DsS-Nt-R-NG 
Disin'terested, Dss-Ntrs- 

Td 
Pisin'terestedly, Ds' - 

Ntrs-Td-i 
Sisin'terestedness, Ss^- 

Ntrs-Td-Ns 
Sisinter'ment, Ds<i-Nt-B- 

Mnt 
Disinthrair, Ds» - Ntr - L. 

Dsi-Ntr-Ld, Dsi-Ntr- 

L-NG 
Sisiathralled', Ds'-Ntr 

Ld 
Bisinthrairment, Sb'* 

Wtp-L-Mnt 
Disjoin', Ds>- Jn, Ds'- Jnd. 

Dsi-Jn-NO 
Disjoin'edly, Ds>-J-N-D- 

L 
Diejoinf , Ds'-^nt, Bt'-J- 

N-Td; Dsl-Alt-NG 
IMsjoint'ed, D8»-J-N-Td 
Disiointly, Ds'- Jnt-L 
Disjunct', Dss-J-NGt 
Diqunc'tion, Ds' - J - 

NGBbn 
Disjunot'ive, Ds^-J-NGt- 

V 
Disjunot'ively, Ds" - J - 

NGt-V-i 
Disjuno'ture, Ds>-J-NGtr 
Disk, D»-bK 
Dislike', D'-si-K, Di-sX- 

K-T, DI-b£-K-NG 
Dislocate, D'-si-K-T, »»■ 

si-K-Td, •DS-s£-K-T-NQ 
Disloca'tion, C-BL-Kshn 
Dislodge', >-b£-J,D1-s£' 

Jd, D>-si-J-NG 
Dislodtr'ment, D'-bX-J- 

Mnt 
Disloy'al, Di-sX-L 
Disloy'ally, D'-sL-i; 
Disloy'alty, D»-sL-i-T 
Dis'mal-ly, D«-zM-i 
Disman'tle, B»-sM-N-T- 

£, Di-sM-N-T-M, D'-bM- 

N-T-iNG 
Dismask', D'-sMs-K, DL 

sMs-Kt, D'-sMb-K-NG 
Dismast', Di-sMst, Di- 

8Ms-Td,Di-BMstC) 
Dismay', D'-bM, D^-sMd. 

DS-bM-NG 
Dismem'ber, D' - sM - M- 

Br, D>-BM-M-BTd, D^-bM 

M-Bp-NG 
Dismem'berment, Tfi 

sM-M-Br-Mnt 
Dismiss', D^-sMs, C 

sMst, C-bMb-NG 
Dismiss'al, D'-sMs-i 
Dismis'sion, D'-BMshn 
Dismiss'ive, DS-sMs-V 
Dismount', D'-sMiit, l>i- 

BMn-Td, Di-BMnt-NG 
Disnafuralize, D8>-Nt 



76 

DiBobe'dience, DS - sB - 

Dna 
Disobe'dient, D'-sB-Dnt 
Disobe'diently, Ds-sB- 

Dnt-L 
Disobey', D^-sB, D^-sBd, 

D2-fiB-NG 
Disobliga'tion, Ds^-Bl- 

Gshn 
Disobligatory, Ds'-Bl- 

G-T-B 
Disoblige', Ds'-Bl-J, Db'- 

Bl-Jd, Dsi-Bl-J-NG 
Disobli'ger, Ds'-Bl-Jr 
Disobli'ging, Ds'-Bl-J- 

KG 
Disobli'gingly, Ds>-BI-J- 

KGl 
Disorbed', D'-sB-Bd 
Disor'der, D> - sBdr, D' 

sB-Drd, D>-sBdr-NG 
DisoT'derliness, Di-sBdr- 

i-Ns 
Disor'derly, Di-sBdr-i 
Disorganiza'tion, D^-sB- 

GnzWm 
Disor'ganize, D>-sB-Gn- 

Z, D'-sE-Gn-Zd, D'-bB- 

Gn-Z-NG 
Disor'ganizer, B^-sB-Gn- 

Z-B 
Disown', Dz2-N, Dz»-Nd, 
; Dz2-N-NG 

Dispar'age, B'-sPr-J, BL 

sPr-Jd, Bi-sPr-J-NG 
Dispar'agement, Di-sPr- 

J'-Mnt 
Dispar'ager, D'-sPr-Jr 
Dispar'aging, B'-bPt-J- 

NG 
Dis'parate, B^-sP-Bt 
Dis'parates, BS-sP-iits 
Dispar'ity, Bi-sP-iJ-T 
Dispark', Di-sP-iJ-K 
Dispart', Bi-sP-iJt, B'-bP 

ie-Td. Bi-sP-iSt-NG 
Dispas'sion, Bi-BPshn 
Dispas'sionate,Bi-8PBlm 

T 
Dispas'sionately, Bi - 

BPshn-Ti 
Dispatch', B'-sP-CH, Bi- 

BP-CHt. Bi-sP-OH-NO 
Dispatch'er, DI-bP-OHt 
Dispatch'ful, Dl-sF-OH- 

Fl 
Dis'pathy, B»-bP-TH 
Dispau'per, b'-bP-Pf 
Dispel', BS-bP-L, BS-bP- 

Ld, B»-BP-L-Na 
Dispend' B'-sPnd 
Dispen'sable, B^-bPiib-B 

(-L) 
Dispen'sary, BS-sP-N-bK 

[or BS-sP-sB] 
Dispensa'tion,DS-sPnss%n 
Dispen'sative, D>-eP-NB- 

Tt 
Dispen'satiTely, B»-bP- 

Nb-T-VI 



DIS 

Dis'pensator, d>-bP-Ns-T- 

B 
Dispen'satory, D^-bP-Nb- 

T-ie 
Dispense', B^-sPhb, b^- 

sPnst, Da-sPns-NG 
Dipsens'er, B^-sPn-BB 
Dispeo'ple, B'-sP-Pl, B«- 

sP-Pld, BS-bP-PI-NG 
Disperm'ous, BS^BPr-Ms 
Disperse', D'-sP-Eb, B»- 

sP-Est, BS-sP-ifs-NG 
Dispers'er, B^-bP-B-bE 
Disper'sion, B^sP-Hshn 
Disper'sire, B^-sP-Kb-V 
Dispir'it, D«-BPrt, B»-6Pr- 

Td, B»-sPrt(-) 
Displace', B«-bP1s, B«- 
- sPlst, BS-sPlB-NG 
Displace'able, B'-sPls- 

Bl 
Displace'ment, B^bPI- 

sMnt 
Dlsplac'ency, B^-bPIs-N- 

8 
Displant', Bi-sPlnt, B>- 

BPln-Td. Bi-sPlnt-NG 
Displanta'tion, BI-bPIh- 

Tshn 
Display', B^-bPI, B^-sPld, 

B2-SP1-NG 
Display'er, B^-sPl-E 
Displease , B>-bP1z, B*- 

sPlzd. D»-6Plz-NG 
Displeas'ing, B'-sPlz-NG 
Displeas'ure, B^-sPl-Zr 
Displode', B^-sPl-B, D»- 

sPl-Dd, B2-BP1-D-NG 
Displo'sion, B^sPlzhn 
Displo'sire, B'-sPls-v 
Displume', B«-bP1-M 
Dispone', B'-sPn 
Disport', B^-BPrt, B'-sPr- 

Td, B8-8PrtC) 
Disport'ment, B^-sPrt- 

Mnt 
Dispos'able, B>-bPz-B1 
Dispos'al, B'-sP-zL 
Dispose', B»-bPz, D»-BPzd, 

D2-6PZ-NG 
Disposed', B«-sPzd 
Dispos'er, B'-BP-Zr 
Disposi'tion, B'-sPzsftn 
Dispossess', B^bPbs, B>- 

bPbs-T, B"-sPsb-NG 
DisposseB'sion,B'-BPz>An 
Dispos'ure, B^-sP-ZHp 
Dispraise', B»-sPrz, B^- 

sPrzd, B«-sPrz-NG 
Disprals'er, B^-sPr-Zr 
Dispread', BS-sPr-B, B»- 

sPr-B-NG 
Disproof, BS-BPrf 
Dispropor'tion, B^-BPr 

P-flslin, B^-sPr-P-jesliiid, 

B>-BPr-P-flshii(-) [D»- 

BPr-Pshn, Bi-sPr-Pslm-B, 

B«-sPr-PBlin-NG] 
Dispropor'tionable, B>> 

sPr-Pslm-B (-L) 



DIS 

Dispropor'tionably, DS- 

KPr-Pshn-B(-i) 
Dispropor'tional-ly, D2- 

sPr-Pshn-i 
Dispropor'tionate, V- 

sPr-Pshn-aT. (Vocalized 

to dist inguish U from Dis- 

^roptvriioned, } 
Qispropor'tionately, D^- 

sPr-Pshn-T-Z, 
Dispropor'tionateness, 

D2-sPr-Pshn-T-Ns 
Dispropor'tioned, D" 

sPr-Pshn-D 
DisproT'able, DS-sPrv-B 
_(-L) 

Diaprov'al, DS-sPr-Tl 
Disprove', D'-BPrv, D'- 

sPrvd, DS-sPrv-NG 
Disprov'er, Ds-sPrv-K 
Sispun'ishable, D^-sPn- 

8H-B1 
Dis'putable, B'-sPt-Bl 
Dis'putableness, D^-sPi- 

Bl-Ns [or:Bs] 
Dis'putant, D^-sP-Tnt 
Disputa'tion, D^-sP-Tshn 
Sisputa'tious, D^-sF-I- 

SHs 
Dispu'tative, D'-sPt-Tv 
Dispute', D»-6Pt, D^-sP- 

Td, D»-sPtC) 
Disput'er, Ds-sPtr 
Disqualiflca''tion, Ds' 

Kw-i-F-Kshn IDb2-Kw- 

F-Kshn] 
Disguarify, Dsi-Kw-L-F. 

Dsi-Kw-i-Fd, Dsi-Kw-i. 

F-Nff [Ds»-Kw-F. Dsl 

Kw-Fd, Ds'-K-F-NG] 
Disquiet', Dsi-Kw-T, Ds' 

Kw-Td, Dsi-Kw-T-NG 
Disqui'eter, Ds'-Kw-Tr 
Disqui'etnesB, Ds'-Kw-T- 

Ns 
Disqui'etude, Dsi-Kw-Td 
DisquiBi'tiou,Ds3-Kw2»*m 
Disregard', Di-sB-Grd, 

Di-sB-Gr-Dd, Di-sS-Grd- 

NG 
DisregBrd,'er, Tfi-eR- Gr- 

Dr 
Disregard'ful,Di-KK-Grd- 

F-L 
Disrel'isti, Ds« - SI - SH, 

Dsf-m-SHt, DsS-JJl-SH- 

NG 
Disremem'beri D^bB-M- 

M-Br, D»-sE-M-M-Brd, 

DS-BK-M-M-Br-NG 
Disrepair', D'-bB-P-B 
Disrep'utable-y, V-sB- 

Pt-Bl 
Disreputa'tion, D^-bB-p- 

Tshn 
Disrepute', D'-sB-Pt 
Disrespect', D'-sB-aP-Et, 

Dii-BiJ-sP-K-Td, D2.Bfi-BP- 
Kt-NO [D«-s«-BPt. D»- 
sS-sP-Td, D»-sif-sPtC)] 



77 
Disrespeot'ful-ly, D^-sii- 

BP-Kt-Fl [DS-BK-sPt-Fl] 
Disrobe', V'-aB-B, D'-bB- 

Bd, Da-sfi-B-NG 
Disrob'er, D2-8iJ-Br 
Disroot', S'-BBt, D'-sS- 

Td. Da-sBt-NG 
Disrupt', D^-sB-Pt 
Disrup'tion, D^sS-Fshn 
Disrupt'ive, D2-siJ-Pt-V 
Disrupt'ure, D'-sK-Pii 

(or -P-CHr) 
Dissatisfiac'tion, Dss'-Tb- 

F-Kshn [Ds8>.Ts-Fslin] 
Dissatisfac'tory, Dbs'-Ts- 

F-K-T-fi [Dss'-T-sfi] 
Dissat'isfy, Dssi - Tb - F, 

Dssl-Ts-Fd. Dss'-Ts-F-NG 
Dissect', D»-sKt, D2-sK-Td, 

DZ-sKt-NG 
Dissect'ible, B^i-BEt-Bl 
Dissec'tion, D^-sEshn 
Disseet'or, DS-sKtr 
Disseize', B^-sZ, D^-sZd, 

DS-sZ-NG 
Disseizee', D^-sZe 
Dissei'zin, D^-sZn 
Dissei'zor, D^-sZ-B 
Dissem'blanee, D^-sM 

Bins 
Dissem'ble, D2-sM-Bl,DS- 

BM-Bld, DS-sM-Bl-NG 
Dissem'bler, DS-sM-Bl-B 
Dissem'inate, D^-sM-N-T, 

D^-sM-N-Td, D2-SM-N-T- 

NG 
Dissemina'tion, d^-sM:- 

Nshn 
Dissem'inatlve, D'-sM- 

N-Tv 
Dis8em'inator,D' sM-Ntr 
Dissen'sion, Ds^Nshn 
Dissen'sions, DB^Nshns 
Dissent', Ds^-Nt, Ds^-N- 

Td, Ds"-Nt-NG 
Disseuta'neous, Ds^-Nt- 

N-S 
Diaaent'er, Ds^-Ntr 
Dissen'tient, Ds^-N-SHnt 
Disaerta'tiou.D^-sii-TshQ 
Disserve', D^ - sBv, B' ■ 

sfivd, D^-sRv(-) 
Diaserv'ioe, D^-bB-Vs 
Disserv'iceable, S'-sB- 

Vs-Bl 
Dissev'er, Db^- v - B, Ds^- 

V-Kd, DbS-V-B-NG 
Disss v'eranoe, Ds^- V-Bns 
Dis'sidence, DsO-Dns 
Dis'sident, Dss-Dnt 
Dissil'ience, D'-si-Ns 
Diasirient, D»-si-Nt 
Dissim'ilar, Ds - sM ■ £ - E 

[Bs-sM] 
Dissimilar'ity, D^-sM-i- 

Bt CDl-sM] 
Disslm'ilarly, D'-BM-i;- 

B-i [D3-sM!i] 
Dissimil'itude, jy-sJI-L- 

Td 



DIS 

DisBim'uIate, D'-sM.-Lt 
Dissimula'tion, D'-bM- 

i^shn 
Dia'sipable, D'-sP-Bl 
Dis'sipate, D^-sPt, D'-bP- 

Td, D3-sPtC) 
Dissipa'tion, D^-sPshn 
Disao'olable, J>s'-SH-Bl 
Disso'eial, DsS-SHl 
Dlsso'oiate, Vs'-SHt. Ds"- 

SUTd. Ds'-SHt-ya 
Dissocia'tiou, Ds' .Sfislm 
Dis'soluble, D^-si-Bl 
Dis'solute, D'-sit 
Dis'solutely, D^-sZt-i; 
Dis'soluteness,D>-B£t-Ng 
Dissolu'tlon, D^-BXshn 
Dissolv'able, D»-zZ,-V-Bl 
Disaolve', Di-zi-V, Di-zL- 

Vd, Di-z£-V-NG 
Dissolv'ent, Di-zi-Vnt 
Dissolv'er, D>-zZ-Vr 
Dis'sonance, Bs^-Nns 
Dis'sonancy, BsS-N-N-S 
Dis'sonant, Bs^-Nnt 
Dissuade', BS-sWd, B"- 

W-Bd, B^-BWdC) 
Dissuad'er, B^-sWdr 
Dissua'aion, B'-bWbIui 
Dissua'sive, Bs-sWs-V 
Dissua'sively, Bs-sWs-V- 

L 
Dissyllab'is, B»-sL-B-K 
Dia'syllable or Dissyl'- 

lable, Bs-Bi-Bl 
Di'S'taff, Bss-Tf 
Distaiu', Bs^-Tn, Bs^-Tud 

Bs2-Tn-NG • 
Dis'tance, Bb^-Tdb, Bb'- 

Tnst. Bs3Tlls-NG 
Dis'tant, BB^-Tot 
Dis'tantly, BsS-Tnt-L 
Distaste', BB^-Tst, Bs^-Ts- 

Td, Bs'-Tst-NG 
Diataate'ful-ly, Bb^-Ts- 

Fl 
Distem'per, Bs^-T-M-Pr, 

BsS-T-M-Prd, Bs2-T-M- 

Pr-NQ 
Distem'perature, BbS-T- 

M-Pr-CHr 
Dlstem'pered, Bs'-T-M- 

Prd 
Distend', BB^-Tnd. Bs«- 

Tn-Bd, Bs2-Tlld-KG 
Distensibil'ity, Bs^-T-N- 

6B-it 

Diaten'aible, Bb'-T-Ns-BI 
Diateu'siou, Bs^T-NBhn 
Dis'tioli,Bs8-T-K 
Dia'tiohous, Bas-T-Ks 
Diatill', Us»-T-L, BsS-T- 

Ld. I)s»-T-i-NG 
Distill'able, Bsa-T-i-Bl 
Distilla'tion, Bs^-T-iBlm 
Distill'er, Bss-T-i-E 
Distill'ery, Be/i-l-L-B 
Distinct', But^-NGt [Bst»] 
Distinc'tion, Bst»-NGslin 
Distiuot'ive, Bsta-NGt-V 



DIS 

Distinot'ively, Dsta-NGt- 

V-i 
Distinctly, Dst»-NGt-L 

Wsf'.L\ 
Bistinct'neBB, Dst»-NGt- 

Ns [Dsta-Ns] 
Distin'guish, Dst'-NG-- 

Gw-SH, Dst>-NG-Gw- 

SHt, Dst'-KG-Gw-SH- 

NG [Dst»-NG-SH, T>bV>- 

NG-SHt, Dsta- NG-SH- 

NGl 
Distin'guishable, Dsts- 

NG-Gw-SH-Bl [Dstn-NG- 

SH-Bl] 
Sistia'guislied, Dst^-NG- 

Gw-SHt [Dst»-NG-SHt] 
Distin'gmsher, Dsts-NG- 

Gw-SHr [Dst3-NG-SHr] 
Bistin'guisbing, Dst^ - 

NG-Gw-SH-NG [Dsts- 

NG-SH-NG], 
Distort', Dsi-T-Ht, Dsi-T- 

iJ-Td, Ds'-T-at-NG 
Distor'tion, Dsi-T-«Bhn 
Distort'ive, DB'-T-iJt-V 
Distract', Di-sTr-Kt, D'- 

BTr-K-Td, Di-sTr-Kt-NG 
Distract'er, Di-sTr-Ktr 
Diatract'edly, Di-sTr-K- 
- Td-i 
Distract'edness, DI-bTf- 

K-Td-Ns 
Distrac'tion, Di-sTr-KsIm 
Distract'ive, Di-sTr-Kt-V 
Distrain', D^-sTrn, D2- 

sTmd, D»-sTrn-l<G 
' Distrain'or, DS-eTr-Nr 
Distraint', D^-sTrnt 
Distraught, Di-sTrt 
Distress', D^-sTrs, S^- 

sTrst, D^-sTrs-NG 
Distress'ful, DJ-sTrs-ri 
Pistrib'utable, DS-sTr- 

Bt-Bl 
Distrib'ute,DS-sTr-Bt, D»- 

sTr-B-Td, D»-sTr-Bt(-) 

See Disturb, 
Distribu'ter, Da-sTr-Btr 
Distribu'tion, D> - sTi ■ 

Bsbn 
Distrib'utive, D'-sTr-Bt- 

V 
Distrib'utively, D' - sTr - 

Bt-V-i 
Dis'trict, DS-sTr-Kt. D»- 

sTr-K-Td, D3-flTr-Kt-NG 
Distrust', Da-sTrst, D»- 

sTrs-Td, D2-sTrst-NG 
Distrustful-ly, D»-BTrst- 

Fl 
Disturb', Dstr^-B, Dstr"- 

Bd. Dstr«-B-NG. See i>t»- 

tribute, 
Disturb'anoe, Sstr^-Bns 
Disturb'er, Dstr^-B-K 
Diaun'ion, Dss-Yn-N 
Disun'iomst, DsO-Yn-NBt 
Disunite', Dsi-Yn-T, Dsi- 

Yn-Td, Ds»-Yn-T-NG 



78 

Disu'nity, Ds'-Y-K-T 
Disu'sage, Dss-Yz- J 
Disuse', Db3-Ys 
Disuse', DflH-Yz, DB^-Yzd, 

D6»-Yz-NG 
Disvalua'tion, Ds^-Vlfiliii 
Dlsval'ue, Dsi-Vl 
Ditch, Ds-OH, Da-CHt, D'- 

CH-NG 
Ditoh'er, D'-CHr 
Di'theism, Di-TH-zM 
Ditheist'ie, Ds-THst-K 
Ditheist'ical, Ds.THst-K- 

L 
Dith'yramb, Ds-THr-M-B 
Dithyrajn'bio, D>-THr 

M-B-K 
Dithyram'bus, Di THr 

M-Bs 
Di'tone, Di-Tn 
Dit'tany, D^-T-N 
Dit'tied, D3-Td 
Dit'to, D3-T 
Dit'ty,D»-T 
Diure'sis, D'-Hss 
Diuret'ic, Ds-iU'-K 
Diur'nal-ly, D~K-KI 
Diutur'nal, D^-Tr-Nl 
Divan', Dvi-N 
Divar'ioate, Dv»-B-Kt, 

Dvl-n-K-Td, Dvi-B-Kt- 

NG 
Divarica'tion, Dv= - E - 

Eshn 
Dive, DtI, Bvd', Dt1-NG 
Dive'dapper, Dvi-D-Pr 
Div'er, Dv'-B 
Diverge', Dv^-H-J, Dv^- 

B-Jd. Dv2-ie-J-NG 
Diverge'ment, DvS-je-J- 

Mnt 
DiTer'gence, Dvs-B-Jns 
Diver'genoy, Dt^-b-J-n- 

S 
Diyer'gent, Dvs-B-Jnt 
Di'vers, Dvi-Ez 
Di'verse, Dvi-Es 
Diverse', Dv»-Es 
Di'versely, Dvi-Es-£ 
Dirersifica'tion, Sv^-iis- 

F-EBhn 
Diver'sified, Dva-Bs-rd 
Direr'Biform, Vy'-Ea-W- 

E-M 
Diver'sify, DT«-Bs-r, Dv^- 

Rs-Fd, Dv«-flB-F-NG 
Diver'sion, Dv>-£shii 
Divers'ity, Dv'-Rs-T 
Divert', Dva-flt, Dv^-K-Td, 

Dv2-Bt-NO 
Divert'er, DT»-Ktr 
Divert'isement, Dv^-EtB- 

Mnt 
Divert'i ve, Dv^-flt-V 
Divest', D'Vst, D2-VB-Td, 

D2-V6t(-) 

Divest'iture, D«-Vs-Ttr 
Divide', Dv>-D, Dvi-Dd, 

Dt>-D-NG 
Div'idend, Dv"-I)nd 



DOO 

Divid'er, Dti-D-B 
Divina'tion, Dv"-Nslm 
Divine', (o)Dt'-N, Dt^-N- 

E, Dvi-NBt 
Divine', («. ) DV - N, Dv^- 

Nd, DvJ-N-NG 
Divinely, Dvi-N-L 
Divin'er, Dvi-N-S 
Div'ing-bell, Dv»-NQ-B- 

L 
Divin'ity, Dvs-N-T 
Divisibii'ity, D3-Vz-Blt 
Divis'ible, D»-Vz-Bl 
Divis'ion, D»- Vzhn 
Divis'ional, D^-Vzlm-i 
Divi'sive, D'-Vs-V 
Divi'sor, D'-V-Zr 
Divorce', DvS-Eb, Dv=Est, 

DvS-Bs-NG 
Divoroe'able, Dv' - iJs - B 

(-L) 
Drvorce'ment, Dvs-Bs- 

Mnt 
Divor'cer, Dv2-Es-E 
Divor'oive, Dv^-Bb-V 
Divulge', D«-VI-J, Dz-Tl- 

Jd, D«-V1-J-NG 
Divul'ger, D*-Vl-Jr 
Divul'sion, D^-Vlshn 
Divul'sive, D^-Vl-sV 
Diz'en, DzS-N, Dz»-Nd, 

Dz»-N-NG 
Diz'ziness, D^-Z-Ns 
Diz'zy, D»-Z, D»-Zr, DS-Zet 
Do,(n.)D3 
Db, (B.)D" CD"]. BeeCauld 

and Did, 
Doat, DtiS 
Dob'ber, D'-Br 
Dooibil'ity, Ds'-Bl-T 
Doo'ible, Ds'-Bl 
Doc'ibleness, Ds'-Bl-Ns 
Doc'ile, Ds'-L 
Docil'ity, D^-sr-T 
Doc'imacy, D'-sM-8 
Docimas'tic, D^-sMs-T-E 
Dock, Dl-K, D'-Kt, Di-K- 

NG 
Dock'age, D'-K-J 
Dock'et, Di-Kt, D>-K-Td. 

Dl-Kt-NQ 
Dook'-yard, D>-K-Y(r)d 
Doc'tor, Di-Etr, D'-Ktrd, 

Di.Etr-NG 
. iVote. — When placed be- 
fore a name as a title the 
contraction Dr is used for 
Doctor, 

Doo'toral, Di-Ktr-L 
Doc'torate, D'-Ktr-T 
Doc'toress, Di-Ktr-S 
Doc'tress, D'-K-Trs 
Doc'torship, Di-Ktr-SH-P 

[oriSH] 
Doottinaire', D«-K-Tr-Nr 
Doo'tr jnal-ly, Di - K - Tr - 

Nl IDI-Tr-Nl] 
Doc'trine, D'-K-Tm [D»- 

Tni] 
Doc'ument, D'-K-Mnt 



DOC 

Doeument'al, DS-K.!Mnt 
Dooument'ary, D» - K - 

Mnt-B 
Dod'der, D^-Dr 
Dodec'agon, Dds-K-Gn 
Dodecahe^ral, Dd^-E- 

Hd-£1 
Sodecahe'drou, Dds - K- 

Hd-fin 
Bodge, Di- J, D'-Jd, Di-J- 

NG 
Dodg'er, Di-Jr 
Do'do, DS-D 
Doe.Bs 

Soe'skin, D^-sKn 
Do'er, D3-B 
Does, Dz' 

Doff, Dfi, Dftl, Dfi-NG 
Dog, D'-G, Di-Gd, Di-G-NG 
Bo'gate, D2-Gt 
DogTaerry, D'-G-B-B 
Dog'-brier, Di-G-Br-B 
Dog'-oart, D'-G-Krt 
Dog'-oheap, Di-G-CH-P 
Dog'-day, D'-G-D 
Doge, DS- J 
Dog-fish, S^-GrVSB 
Dog'ged, Di-Gd 
Dog-gedlyjOi-Gd-i 
Dog-gedness, Si-Gd-Ks 
Dog-ger, Di-Gr 
Dog-gerel, Di-Gr-l 
Dog-gisb, Bi-G-SH 
Dog'3iatin, D»-G-i-Tn 
Dog'ma, Di-G-M 
Doi'inata, D>-G-M-T 
Dogmatic, Di-G-Mt-E 
Dogmat'ical-ly, D>-G-Mt. 

Dogmat'ics, D^-G-Mt-Es 
Dog'matism, Di-G-Mtz-M 
Dog-matiat, D'-G-M-Tst 

[or -Mtst] 
Dog'matize, D'-G-M-Tz, 

D>-G-M-Tzd, Di-G-M-Tz- 

NG - 
Dog'matizer, DVG-Mt-Zr 
Dog'rose, Di-G-iJz 
Dog'8-ear, D'-G-zB 
Dog-star, D' - G - bT - B (or 

D'-Gstr] 
Dog'-tooth, D'-G-T-TH 
Ddg'-trot, Di-G-Trt 
Dog'-watch, Dl-G-wCE 
Dog-wood, D>-G-wD 
Doily, B>.& 

Doings, D^-NGs.. See Do, 
Doit, Dti 
Dolab'riform, Di-i-Br-F 

(-B-M) 
Dol'ce, DS-i-CH 
Doloemen'te, Ds - X - CH - 

Mn-T 
Dordmms, D'-i-Dr-Mz 
Dole, D»-L, D2-Ld, D«-L- 

NG 
Dole'ful-ly, D'-L-Fl 
Dol^'Boiue, B^L-bU 
Doll, Di-L 
Dol'lar,D»-i-E [DJ] 



79 

Dol'men, n'-i-Mn 
Dol'oinite, Di-Z,-Mt 
Do'lor, Dii-ii-E 
Doloriferous, D' - i - E- 

Frs • 

Dolorlf io, B'-L-R-'F-K 
Dolorif loal, I>'-I,-B-¥-Kl 
Doloro'so, D2-Z,-B-S 
DoroTOUS, Di-£-Bs 
Dororously, D'-i-B-si 
Dol'phin, D>-i-Fn 
Dolt, D2.Lt 
Doltish, DS-i-T-SH 
Doltlshness, V^L-T-SB- 

Ns 
Domain', D^-Mii 
Dome; d:-M 
Domes'day, ds-Mz-D 
Domes'tio, Ds-Ms-T-K 

[DS-Ms K] 
Domes'tioate, D^-Ms-T- 

Kt, D2-Ms-T-K-Td, D2-MS 

-T-Kt-NO [D2-Ms-Kt,D2- 

Ms-K-Td, DZ-Ms-Kt-N6J 
Domestica'tion, D^Ms-I 

-Estan [Di^-Ms-Estm] 
Domesticity, DS-Ms-Ts- 

T 
Domicile, J>i-M-b£, D^- 

M-sid. D'-M-s£-NG 
Domiciliary, V-M-sL-B 
Domiciliate, C-M-sZ-T, 

D«-M-sZ,-Td, D» - M - sit- 

NG 
Domicilia'tion, D'-ll- 

si^shn 
Dominance, D'-Hn-Ns 
Domlnancy, d'-mo-n-s 
Dom'inant, D»-Mn-St 
Dom'inate, Di-M-N-T, Di 

-M-N-Td, Dl-M-N-1%NG 
Domina'tion, D^ M-Nsbn 
Domlnatif e, D'-m-n-Tt 
Dom'inator, Di-M-Ntr 
Domlne, D'-M-N 
Domineer', b'-M-Nr, D«- 

M-Nrd, D»-M-Sr-NG 
Dominical, Ds-M-N-El 
Dominican, D'-Mu-En 
Dominie, D^-M-N 
Dominion, D'-Mn-N 
Domino, tii-M-N 
Don, Dni, Dnd', Dnl-NG 
Do'nable, DS-N-Bl 
Do'nate, Ds-N-T, D'-TH- 

Td, DS-N-T-NG 
Dona'tion, D'-Nsbn 
Don'atism, Di-N-T-zM 
Doli'atifit, Di-N-Tst 
Don'ative, Di-N-Tv 
Dona'ipr, D2-Ntr 
Done, Ons 
Donee',D3-N 
Dou'jon, Dna-Jn 
Don-key, D>-NG-K 
Don'ria, D>-N 
Do'nor, D^-Nr 
Doo'dle, DS-Dl 
Doom, D'M, Si-Md, D'- 

M-NG 



DOU 

Dooms'day, DS-Mz-D 
Door, D2-B 

Door'-keeper,D!-B-E-Pr 
Door'-uail, l>«-«-N-L 
Door'-plate, D«-E-Plt 
Door'-way, D^-iJ-W 
Dor, D'-B 
Dora'do, D^-fl-D 
Doree' or Do'ree, D'or^-iJ 
Do'rian, D^-fin 
Doric, D'-fi-K 
Dorleism, D'-K-Sz-M 
Dor-manoy, Dri-Mn-S 
Dor'mant, Dr'-Mnt 
Dor-mer, Dr>-M-E 
Dor-mer-window, Dr^- 

M-fl-Wn-D 
Dor'mitive, Dr^-M-Tv 
Dor-mitory, Dri-Mt-/J 
Dor-inouse, Dr>-Ms 
Dor'nick, D>-iJ-N-E 
Dorr, Di-B 
Dor'sal, Di-E-si 
Dorsiferous, n'-R-aB-Ra 
Dorsip'erous,D3-i2-EP-£s 
Do'ry, t)S-ie 
Dose, Dsa.Dsts, D6i!-NG 
Dos'el, Ds>-L 
Dos'ser, D>-sB 
Dos'sil, DsLL 
Dost, Dst^ 

Dot, Dti, Di-Td, Dti(-) 
Do'tage, Dt2-J 
Do'tal, Dt2-L 
Do'tard, tots-Ed 
Dota'tion, DS-Tshn 
Dote, Dta, D2-Td, Dt2(-) 
Dot'er, Dtr2 
Doth, D2-TH 
Dotlngly, Dts-NGI 
Dot'tard, Dti-Ed 
Dot'ted, Di-Td 
Dot'terel, D'-Tr-L 
Dot'trel, D»-Tr-L 
Dou'ay, D» 
Doub'le, D8-B1, toS-Bld, 

D2-B1-NG 
Doub'le-base, ds-bi-Bs 
Double-breasted, D^-Bl- 

Brs-Td 
Double-dealer, D'-BJl- 

D-i-E 
Double-dealing, DS-Bl- 

D-i-NG 
Double-dyed, Ds-Bl-Dd 
Double-eagle, Ds-Bl-Gl 
Doub'le-faeed, DS-Bl-rst 
Doub'le-flo-wer, D^-Bl- 

Fl-E 
Double-minded, DS-Bl- 

Mn-Dd 
Doub'leness, D«-Bl-Ns 
Double-quick, D« - Bl - 

Ew-E 
Doubler, DS-Bl-B 
Doub'le-aalt, D^-Bl-sit 
Double-star, I»-bi-bT-B 

ior na-Blstr) 
Doublet, D»-Blt 
Doublets, D!!-BUb 



uou 

Doubloon', D»-Bln 
Doub'ly, D2-B1 
Doubt, Dti, D'-Td. Dti(-) 
Doubt'able, Dt'-Bl 
Doubt'er, Dtr'. See Audi- 
tor. 
Doubt'ful-ly, Dt'-ri 
Doubt'fulness, Dt'-Fl-Ns 

rDti:Fs] 
Doubt'less, Bf-Ls 
Doubt'lessly, W-Z-bL 
Douceur', D»-sR 
Douche', DS-SH 
Dough, DS 
Dough'-face, D^-Fs 
Dough'nut, D2 N-T 
Dough'tily, Di-T-i 
Dough'tineaa, D>-T-Ns 
Dough'ty, Di-T 
Dough 'y, DoP 
Douse, Dsi, Dsti, Ds>-NG 
Dove, Dt> 
Dove'-cot, Dvii-Kt 
Dove'-house, DtS-hb 
Dove'-like, Dv^-L-K 
Do'ver'a Powder, Dv»- 

JJz-P-Dr 
Dove'tail, Dv^-T-L, Dv^ 

T-LS, DV2-T-L-NG 
Dow'able, D'-Bl 
Dow'ager, D'-Jr 
Dow'dy, D"-D 
Dow'dyish, D> D-SH' 
Dow'el, Di-L, Di-Ld, Di- 

L-NG 
Dow'el-pin, Di-L-Pn 
Dow'er, Di-E 
DoWered, D'-Ed 
Dow'erless, D'-B-Xs 
Dow'Ias, Di-£s . 
Down, Dni 
Dowu'cast, DU'-Kst 
Down'fall, Dni-P-I. 
Down'fallen, Bn'-F-Ln 
Down'-haul, Di-N-Hl 
Down'hearted, Di-N-Hr- 

Td 
Down'hill, Di-N-Hl 
Down'right, D>-Nrt 
Down'-stairs, Dnstrzi 
Dowu'trod, Di-N-Trd 
Down'trodden, D»-N-Tr- 

Dn 
Dowu'ward, D'-N-Wrd 
Down'wardS) Dl-N-Wrds 
Down'y, D'-N 
Dow'ry, D'-B 
Dowse, Ds' 
Doxolog'ical, Di-K-sL-J- 

Kl 
Doxol'ogy, Di-K-si-J 
Dox'y, Di-K-S 
Doze, Dzii, Dzdii, Dz2.NG 
Doz'eu, Dz2-N 
Doz'ineas, D^-Z-Ns 
Doz'y, D2-Z 
Drab, Dr>-B 
Drab'ble, Dr>-Bl, Dr'-Bld, 

Dri-Bl-NG 
Drachm, Dt>-M 



80 

Drach'ma, Dr'-K-M 

Draff, Drf 1 

Draff'y,Dii-F 

Draft, Drfl;i, Drfi-Td, 

Drfti-KG 
Drafts'man, Drfts"-Mn 
Drag, Dr'-G, Dri-Gd, Dr'- 

G-NG 
Drag'-bar, Dr'-G-Br 
Drag'glCj Dri-Gl, Dri-Gld, 

Dri-Gl-NG 
Drag'-net, Dr'-G-Nt 
Drag'oman, Dr'-G-Mn 
Drag'on, Dr'-Gn 
Drag'onet, Dri-G-Nt 
Drag'on-flsh, Di-i-Gn-F- 

SB 
Dragonnade', Dr^-Gn-D 
Drag'ou's-tail, Dr> - Gns- 

T-L 
Dragoon', Dr' - Gn, Dr^ - 

Gnd, Dr»-Gn-NG 
Dragoonade', Di«-(Jn-D 
Drag'-sheet, Dr'-G-SHt 
Dram, Drn^, Dmd^, Drn^- 

NG 
Drain'able, Dm^-B (-L) 
Drain'age, Drn^J 
Drain'er, Dr^-Nr 
Drake, Dr*-K 
Dram, Dr'-M 
Dra'ma, DrW-M 
Dramat'ic, Dr'-Mt-K 
Dramat'ioal-ly, Dri-Mt- 

El 
Dram'atist, Dr'-M-Tst 
Dram'atize, Dri-M-Tz, 

Dr>-M-Tzd, Dr'-M-Tz-NG 
Dram'aturgy, Dr'-M-Tr- 

J 
Drank, Dr'-NG-K 
Drape, iJrS-P, DrS-Pt, Dr^!- 

P-NG 
Dra'per-y, Dr'-Pr 
Dras'tic, DrsW-K 
Draught, Brfti 
Draught'-board, Drft> - 

B-Rd 
DraughtB'man,I>rftsi-Mii 
Draw, Dri. Dr'-NG 
Draw'able, Dri Bl 
Draw'back, Dri-B-K 
Draw'-bridge, Dr'-Br-J 
Drawee', DrC" 
Draw'er, Dri-E 
Draw'-head, Dr'-Hd 
Draw'ing, Dr'-NQ 
Draw'ing-master, Dr' - 

NG-M'str 
Draw'ing-room, Dr'-NG- 

R-M 
Draw'-knife, Dr'-N-F 
Draw'ing-knife, Dr'-NG- 

N-F 
Drawl, Dr'-L, Dr^-Ld, Dr' 

L-NG 
Drawn, Dm' 
Draw'-plate, Dr>-PU 
Dray, Dr" 
Dray'age, Dr'- J 



DRI 

Dray'cart, DiS-Krt 
Dray'man, DrS-Mn 
Dra'zel, Dr^-Zl 
Dread, Did2, Dr^-Dd or 

Dr2-D-D. Drd«(-) 
Dread'ful-ly, DrdS-FI 
Dread'fulness, Brds-Fl- 

Ns [Drd^iFs] 
Dread'less, Drd^-Zs 
Dread'naught, Drds-Nt 
Dream, Drs-M, Di^-Ua, 

Dr^-M-NG 
Dream'er, Dr»-M-E 
Dream'ful, DrS-M-Fl 
Dream'-land, Dra-M-ind 
Dream'less, Dr^-M-is 
Dreamt, Dr^-Mt 
Dream'y, (o.) Dr»-M, Dr«- 

M-E, Dr3-Mst 
Drear, Dr^-E 
Drear'ily, Dr^-iJ-i 
Drear'inesB, Dr<-Je-Ns 
Drear'y, Dr« B 
Dredge, Dr^-J, Dr^-Jd, 

Dr!i-J-NG 
Dredg'er, Dr^Jr 
Dredg'ing-box, Dr^-J- 

NG-B-Ks 
Dredg'ing-maohine, Dr> 

-J-NG-M-SHn 
Dregs, Dr^-Gz 
Dreg'giness, Dr^-G-Ns 
Dreg'gish, Dr«-G-SH 
Dreg'gy, Di-s-G 
Drench, Dr^-N-CH, DrS-N 

CHt, Dr2-N-CH-NG 
Drench'er, Dr^-N-CHr 
Dress, Drs*, Drsts, Drs^- 

NG 
Dre.ss'-ooat, Dr^-sKt 
Dress'er, Dr^-sR 
Dress'lng, DreS-NG 
DreBs'ing-gown, Drs'- 

NG-Gn 
Dress'inB-room, Drs^- 

NG-R-M 
Dress'-maker, Dr'-sM- 

Et 
DresB'y, Dr^-S 
Dreul, Dru-L 
Drew, Dr^ 
Drib; Dr3-B 
Drib'ble, Dr»-Bl, Dr»-Bld, 

Dri-Bl-NG 
Drib'blet, I>r=-Blt 
Drib'let, Dr^-Blt 
Dri'er, Dr'-R 
Drift, Drfta, DrP-Td, Drfts-; 

NG 
Drift'-way, Drfts-W 
Drift'wood, Drfl»-Wd 
Drift'y, Drf»-T 
Drill, DrS-L, Dr»-Ld, DrS- 

L-HG 
Drill'-box, Dr8-i-B-Es 
Drill'ing, Di<-l-ng 
Drill'-plow, Dr»-L-Pl 
DrlU'-press, Dr»-i;-Prs 
Drill'-sergeant, Dr»-i- 

BB-Snt 



DRl 

Drink, DrS-NG-K, Dr»-NG- 

E-NG 
Drink'able, Dr»-NG-K-Bl 
Drlnk'er, Drs-NG-Kr 
Drip, Dr»-P, Drs-Pt, Dr^- 

P-NG 
Drip'ping, DrS-P-NG 
Drip'piug-pan, Dr' - P - 

NG-Pn 
Drip'-stone, Dr'-P-sTn 
Drive, Drvi, Drv'-NG 
Driv'el, Dra-Vl, DrS-Vld, 

Drs-Vl-NG 
Driv'eler, rr»-Vl-K 
Driv'en, Drv»-N 
Driv'er, Dr'-Vr 
Driv'ing-wheel, Drri - 

NG-Wl 
Driz'zle, T>i»-Zl, DrS-Zld, 

Drs-Zl-NG 
Driz'zly, Dr^-Zl 
Droit, Drt» 
Droll, (a.) Dt=-L, Dr2-Z- 

K, DrS-ist 
Droll'ery, Vi'-L-B 
DroU'iBh, DrS-i-SH 
Drom'edary, Dr^-Md-i! 
Drone, Dm', Drnd^, Dma- 

NG 
Drone'-bee, Dm^-B 
Drone'-pipe, Dm^-P-P 
Dron'isb, Dr»-N-SH 
Drool, Dr«-L, Dr»-La, Dr* 

-L-NG 
Droop, DrS-P, DrS-Pt, Dr^ 

-P-NG 
Droop'ingly, DrS-P-ITGl 
Drop, Dr'-P, Dr>-Pt, Dr>- 

P-NG 
Droplet, Dri-P-it 
Drop'-letter, Dr'-P-itr 
Drop'per, Dr'-Pr 
Drop'-press, Dr'-P-Prs 
Drop'-Boene, Dri-P-sN 
Drop'-serene, Dr'-P-sfin 
Drop'sical, Dr'-Ps-Kl 
Drop'sicalnesB, Dri - Ps - 

El-Ns 
Drop'sied, Dr'-P-sD 
Drop'Bjr, Dri-P-S 
Drop'-wort, Dri-P-Wrt 
Dros'ky, Dr>-sK 
Drosom'eter, Dri-sMtr 
Dross, Drsi 
Dross'iness, Dri-S-Ns 
Dross'y, Dr'-S 
Drougnt, Drti 
Drought'iness, Dr'-T-Ns 
Drought'y, Dri-T 
DrouHl, Dri-TH 
Drove, Drv^ 
Drov'er, Dr^-Vr 
Drown, Dm', Dmdi, Drni 

-NG 
Drown'ing, Drn'-NO 
Drowse, Drz', Drzd', Drz' 

-NG 
Drow'slly, Dr'-Zl 
Drow'siness, Dr'-Z-Ns 
Drow'sy, Dr'-Z 

4* 



81 

Drub, Dr9-B, DrS-Bd, Dr^- 

B-NG 
Drub'ber, Dr^-Br 
Drudge, Dr^-J, Dr^-Jd, 

Dr2-J-NG 
Drudg'er-y, Dr2- Jr . 
Drug, Dr2-G, Dr^-Gd, Dr^- 

G-NG 
Drugged, Dr=-Gd 
Drug'get, Dr=-Gt 
Drug'glst, Dr^-Gst 
Dru'ld, Dr»-D 
Dru'idesB, Dr'-Ds 
Druid'io, Dr»-D-K 
Druid'ioal, Dr^-D-Kl 
Dru'idlsm, Dr^-D-zM 
Drum, Dr2-M, Dr^-Md, 

Dr=-M-NG 
Drum'-flsh, r>r'-M-Y-SH 
Drum'-bead, DrS-M-Hd 
Drum'-major, Dr^-M-M- 

Jr 
Drum'mer, Dr^-M-B 
Drum'mond, Dr'-Mnd 
Drum'stick, Dr^-Ms^T-K 
Drunk, Dr^-NG-K 
Drunk'ard, Dr^-NG-Krd 
Drunk'en, Drz-NG-Kn 
Drunk'enness, Dr^-NG- 

Kn-Ns 
Drupa'oeoua, Dr^-P-SSs 
Drupe, Dra-P 
Druse, Drs' 
Dru'sy, Dr»-S 
Drux'ey or Drux'y, Dr^- 

Dry, (a.) Dri, Dri-K, Drst' 
Dry,,(ti. ) Dr>. Brdi, Dr'-NG 
Dry'ad, Dri-D 
Dry'er, Dri-B 
Dry'-goodB, Dr'-Gdz 
DryingjUri-NG 
Dryay, Dr'-i 
Dry'ness, Dr^-Ns 
Dry'-nurse, Dr'-Nra 
Dry'-point, Dr>-Pnt 
Dry'-rot, Si^-Rt 
Dry'-rub, Dr'-B-B, Dr'- 

fi-Bd, Dri-JS-B-NG 
Dry'-salter, Dr'-sitr 
Dry'-saltery, Dr>-8i-Tr 
Dry'-shod, Dr'-^fla 
Du'ad, D3-D 
Du'al, D3-L 
Du'alism, S^-^z-M 
Du'alist, Ds-ist 
Dualist'io, VLz-T-K 
Dual'ity, D'-i-T 
Du'arony, D»-R-K 
Dub, D2-B, Da-Bd, D2-B- 

NG 
DubTaer, D=i-Br 
Dubious, Ds-Bs 
DuTiiously, Da-B-si 
Du'biousness, H' Bs-Ns 
Dubita'tion, D^^-B-Tshn 
Du'bitative, DS-B-T-Tt 
Du'oal, D»-K1 
Du'oally, D'-Kl 
Duo^at, D'-Et 



DUM 

Ducatoon', D^.k-Tb 
Duoh'eas, fla-CHs 
Duch'y,D2-CH 
Duck, I)2-K, Ds-Kt, D»-K- 

NG 
Duck'-bill, D2-K-B-L 
Duck'er, D^-Kr 
Duck' ing-stool, D' - K- 

NG-sT-L 
Duck'- legged, D^-K-Z- 

G-D 
Duckling, Ds-Kl-NG 
Duct, D2-Kt 
Duc'tile, D2-Kt-L 
Duo'tileness, D^-Kt-L-Ns 
Ductil'ity, DS-Kt-i-T 
Dud'geon, D^-Jn 
Duds, I>i2/> 
Due, D8 

Due-bill, D3-B-L, (or -Bl) 
Du'el, Da-L 
Du'eling, D»-L-NG 
Du'eler, D»-i-B 
Du'elist, D'-LBt 
Duel'lo, D2-Z 
Duen'a, D^-NIa 
Dueu'na, D»-N 
Duet',DS-T 
Durfel,D2-I'l 
Dug, D'-G V 

Dugong', Di-G-NG 
Dug'out, D^-G-T 
Duke, D3-K 
Duke'dom, D'-K'D-M 
Dul'cet, Di!-£-sT 
Dulcifloa'tion, D'-is-F- 

Kshn 
Dul'oify, D!!-£s-F, D^-Lb- 

Fd, D2-is-P-NG 
Duloil'oquy, DS-i-eL-Kw 
Dureimer, D'-Zs-Mr 
Dul'edge, D»-i-J 
Dull, (o) D=-L, V-L-B,, D8- 

Lst 
Dull, (11) D!-L, D2-Ld, D"- 

L-NG 
Dull'ard, DS-I-Bd 
Dull'head, D^-L-Hd 
Dul'ly, D2-i 
Dulse, D^-Ls 
Duly, T>'-L 
Dumb, DS-M 
Dumb-bells, DS-M-Bls 
Dumb'ly, D^-M-i 
Dumb'ness, D^-M-Ns 
Dumb'-show, D'-U-SH 
Dumb'- waiter, D^-M-wtr 
Dum'found, D^-M-Fnd 
Dumfound'er, Di- M- 

Fndr 
Dum'my, D^-M 
Du'mose, D^-Ms 
Du'mous, D3-Mb 
Dump, D2-M-P, D2-Mt, D8- 

M-P-NG 
Dump'ish, DS-M-P-SH 
Dump'ishiy, D^-M-P-SHl 
Dump'ishness, D^-m-p- 

SH-tUb 
Dump'ling, Ds-M-Pl-NG 



DUM 

Dumps, D>-M-Fs 
Dump'y, Ds-M-P 
Dun, Dn^, Diid3, Dn=-Na 
Dunce, Dns" 
Duu'der, DndrS 
Dun'derhead, Dndr^-heD 
Dun'derpate, Dndr^-Pt 
Dun'fish, Vn^-V-SU 
Dung, D2-NG 
DUn'geon, Dn^-Jn 
Dung-fork, D^-NG-F-E-K 
Dung'hill, D2-NG-H1 
Dung'meers, D'-NG-Mrz 
Dung'y, B'-sa ■ 
Dunk'er, D2-NG-Kr 
Dunain, D^-Nln 
Dun'nage, Dus-J 
Dun'ner, D^-Nr 
Dun'ning, Dn^-NG 
Don'nish, Su^-SH 
Dunt, Dnt9 
Du'o, D» 

Duodec'imal, D^-D-sM-i 
Duodec'imals, D<-D-sU- 

Duodec'imo, B'-d-bM 
Duoden'ary, D^-D-Nr 
Duode'num, D»-D-N-M 
Duolit'eral, Sfi-Lt-m 
Dup, D»-P 
Dupe, D»-P,D'-Pt, D»-P- 

NG 
Dup'ery»D»-P-B 
Du'ple, I)3-Pl 
Du'plex, D»-Pl-Ks 
Du'iOicate, DS-Pl-Kt. D»- 

Pl-K-Td, D»-Pl-Kt-NG 
Duplica'tion, D'-Pl-Eshn 
. Du'plicative, D»-Pl-Et-v 
Du'plicatUre, D'-Pl-Ktr 
Duplio'ity, D»-P1-bT 
Durabil'ity, Dr»-Bl-T {or 

-Bit) 
Du'rable-y, Dr»-Bl 
Du'rableneas,' Dra-Bl-Ns 
Du'ra-matet, DrS-Mtr , 
Dur'ance, D^ .Sns 
Dura'tion, Drshu^ 
DuT'den, D^-iJ-Dn 
Dure'less, D^-iils 
Du'ress, D'-iJs 
Duress', D^-ies 
Diiress'or, D'-S-sB 
Dur'ing, DrS-NG [Dr»] 
Durst, D'-Bst 
Dusk, D2-EE 
Dusk'ily, D^-sK-i 
Dusk'iness, Ds-sK-Ns 
DaSk'ish, D«-6K-SH 
Dusk'ishly, D»-sK-Sffl 
Dusk'y, D>-sK 
Dust, Dst«, D8«-Td, Dst2- 

NG 
Dust'er, Dstr" 
Dust'iness, Db>-t-Ks 
Dusfpan, Dst^Pn 
Dust'y,(a) D6«-T, Db»-T-B, 

Ds»-Tst 
Dutch, Tfl-CB. 
Dutch'>maii, D°-OH-Mn 



Du'teous, Ds-Ts 
Du'teously, D»-T-sZ 
Du'teousness, D'-Ts-Nb 
Du'tiable, Ds-T-Bl 
Du'tied, D''Td 
Du'tiful-ly, Da-T-Pl 
Dti'tifulness, D»-T-F1-N8 

\ur iFb] 
Duty, D»-T 
Duum'rir, DS-M-Vr 
Duum'viral, D^-M-Vr-L 
Duum'virate, D^-M-Vrt 
Dwale, Bw^-L 
Dwarf, Dwl-iff, Dwi-i!ft, 

Dwi-RfC) 
Dwarfish, Dwi-B-r-SH' 
Dwarrishness, Dwi-S-F- 

S/T-Ns 
Dwarf ling, Dwi-Kf-Z-NG 
Dwarf-wall, Dwi-iJ-F-Wl 
Dwell, Dw2-L [Dw2], DwS- 

Lt, Dws-L-NG 
DweU'er, Dw»-i-B 
Dwell'ing, Dw» - L - If G 

Dwell'mg-house, Dw'-L 

-NG-Hs [Dw2-Hs] 
Dweiring-place, Dw^-L- 

NG-PIs [Dwa-Pl8] 
Dwin'dle, Dw»-K-Dl, 

DwS-N-Dia, DwS-N-Dl-NG 
Dye, Di, Da>, D»-NG 
Dye'-house, D'-Hs 
Dye'ing, D»-NG 
Dy'er, Di-B 

Dy'er's-weed, Di-Ez-Wd 
Dye'stuflf, D>-sTf 
Dye'-wood, D'-Wd 
Dyeing, DJ-NG 
Dy'ingiy, Di-HGl 
Dyke, D'-K 
Dynam'eter, l>i-N-Mti> 
Dynomet'rioal, D^-lt-Mtr 

-Kl 
Dynam'ic, di-n-M-k 
Dynatn'ical, D'-N-M-Kl 
Dynam'iCB, D'-N-M-Ks 
Dynambm'eter, D>-N-M- 

Mtr 
Dynamomet'ric, D'-N- 

M-Mtr-K 
Dynamomet'rical, S'-N- 

M-Mtr-Kl 
Dynast'ic, D'-Nb-T-K 
Dy'naaty, Di-Ns-T 
Dys'crasy, Db'-Kf-S 
Dysenter'ic, DsS-Ntr-K 
Dysenter'ical, DB^-Ntr- 

Kl 
Dys'entery, Ds»-N-T-fl 
Dyspep'sia, D»-sP-P-SH 
Dyspep'sy, D'-sP-P-S 
Dyspep'tio, D*-sP-P-T-K 
Dyspep'tical, D'-sP-P-T- 

KI 
Dys'phony, Ds'-F-N 
Dyspnoe'tt, D»-sP-H 
Dysu'rio, D'-sB-K 
Dys'ury, Tfi-sU 
Dze'ren, Z'-Aii 



BAR 



E. 



E, tho tSOi letter of the Al- 
phabet, is commonly used 
to represei^t two distinct 
Towel-Boands, as heard In 
mete and met, being sounds 
that are notatall related. In 
Phonography these sounds 
are written as follows: 

I In mete— heavy third- 
place dot. 

e in met— light second- 
place dot. 

The letter e has a few 
anomalous Bounds, as in 
the words pretty (prltty), 
clerk (Clark, according to 
the English pronuncia- 
tion), there (th&re). ete. 

Ee generally has the 
sound of e. 

Ea, has a variety of 
Bounds, as in meal (e), 
great (a), heart (a), guinea 
(I), head (e) and react (t:&). 
Of course the phonographic 
Towel-sign is different for 
each of these sounds. 

Ey has generally the 
sound of a, as in thej/, pre^, 
etc. 

£ final is generally silent, 
only serriug to Indicate 
that the preceding vowel 
has its long sound, as in 
mate, note, etc. 
Each, CH3 
Ea'ger, Gr» 
Ea'gerly, Gr-i» 
Ea'gemess, Gr^-Ns 
Ea'gle, Gia , 
Ea'gle-eyed, Gl»-i-D 
Ea'gless, Glss 
Ea'gle-stone, Ol-sTn^ 
Ea'glet, Gits 
Ea'gre, Gr» 
Ean, eK' 
Ear, B> 
Eared', Kd' 
Bar'ing, B»-NG 
Earl, "B^L 
Ear'lap, E'-£-P 
Earl'dom, BS-i-D-M 
Ear'lesB, W-Li 
Eai-'liness, b^-l-Ns 
Earr-marshal, B»-z.-Mr- 

SHl 
Earlock, B>-X-E 
Early, E«-i 
Ear'-mark, Es-M-B-E. E". 

M-K-Et, BS-M-B-E-NG 
Earn, En«, End', Bu>-KG 
Ear'nest, E>-Nst 
Eai'nestly, B'^ITst-Ii 



EAR 

Sar'nestneas, b-Ns-Nb 
Earu'ing, Ru^-NG 
Ear'-riug, Ra-fi-NQ 
Ear' -shot, W-sm 
Earth, fiS-TH, ija-THt.ija- 

TH-NG 
Earth-board, fi^-TH-Brd 
Eaxth'en, B'-lUn 
Earth'iness, ie^.xH-Ns 
Earth'linesB, iJ^-TH-i-Ns 
Earth'ling, fiS-TH-i-NG 
Earthly, fiS-TH-i 
Earth'-nut, H'-IB-m 
Earth'quake, B^-TH-Kw- 

K 
Earth'ward, R^-TH-Wrd 
Earth-work,2e2-TH-Wr-K 
Earth'worm, B2-TH-Wr- 

M 
Earth'y, fl2-TH 
Ear-wax, R'-W-Ks 
Ear'wig, R3-W-G 
Ear'-witness, R'-Wt-Ns 
Ear'-trumpet, R»-Tr-M- 

Pt 
Ease, Z«, Zd', Z>-NG 
Ea'sel, Z13 
Ease'lesB, Z^-Xs 
Ease'ment, z^-Mnt 
Eas'ily, Zl' 
Easiness, Z^-Ns 
East, St3 
East'er, Sti-s 
East'erday, Strs-D 
East'erly, 8ti>-L 
East'em, St^-Rn 
East'ing, St^-NG 
East'ward, St'-Wrd 
Eas'y, (a.) Z', ZS-B (See 

Easily), ZEt^ 
Eas'y-chair, Z^-CBr 
Bat, Ts, T«-NG • 
Satiable, T"-B1 
Eat'er, Trs 
Eat'en, Tns 
Eat'ing, I'S-NG 
Eat'ing-house, T^-NG-Hs 
Eau-de-Cologne, oD^K- 

Lu 
Eaves, Vz' 
Eaves'drop, VS-zDr-P 
Eaves'dropper, V'-zDr- 

Pr 
Ebb, B2, Bd2. B2-NG 
Ebb'-tide, Bs-Td 
. Eliiouite, Ba-N-T 
Eb'on, Bn2 
Eb'onlze, B'-Nz, Bs-Nzd, 

B2-NZ-NG 
Eb'ony, B^-N 
Ebri'ety, Br>-T 
Bbrios'ity, Brs'-T 
Ebul'lience, B2-i-Ns 
EbuI'liency, B«-i-N-S 
Ebul'lient, BH-L-M 
EbuUi'tion, V'-Lsbn 
Ebur'nean, B^-iJ-Nn 
Eobat'io, K-Bi-T-K 
Ecoaleo'bion, K-i»-Bti 
.Ec'ce-homo, e-s'-h-m 



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Eoeen'trio, Ks^-Ntr-K 
Ecoen'trioal-ly, Ks^Ntr- 

El 
Eocentrio'ity, Ks^ - Ntrs- 

T 
Eccle'sia, Kl-Z' 
Eccle'siarch, El-Zr^-E 
Ecclesias'tes, Elzs-Tzi 
Ecclesias'tic, Klzs-Ti-E 
Ecolesias'tical-ly, Elzs- 

Ti-El 
Eoolesias'ticism, Elzs - 

Ti-szM 
Ecoleslas'ticus, Elzs-Ti - 

Es 
Ecclesiolog'ical, El-2£>- 

J-El 
Eoclesiorbgist, El -z£>- 

Jst 
Ecclesiol'ogy, El-zXW 
Eoh'elon, SH2-£n 
Eoh'inate, E^-Nt 
Echina'ted, E'-N-Td 
Bohi'nl, Ei-N 
Eoh'inite, K^Nt 
Bchi'nus, E>-l«s 
Ech'o. ES, K-DS, E»-NG 
Ech'oless, K-Zsii 
Echom'eter, E'-Mtr 
Eohom'etry, E-M-Tr» 
Eclair'cise, El-iei-Sz 
Bclair'ctssement, Kl-S'- 

Ss-Un 
Eolat', Ell 
Eoleo'tic, Kl-K-T»-E 
Eoleo'tioal-ly, KJ-E-Ts- 

El 
Eclec'ticism, El - E -I^- 

EZM 

Eolipse', El-Ps=, El-P8t8, 

Kl-Psa-NG 
Eolip'tio, El-Pts-K 
Ec'logue, E1~G 
Eoonom'io, En'-M-E 
Eoonom'ioal-ly, Kai-M- 

El 
Economics, Kn^-M-Es 
Econ'omist, £n>-Mst 
Econ'omize, Eu^ - Mz , 

Enl-Mzd, Eni-Mz-NG 
Econ'omy, En'-M 
Ec'stacied, Es-Ts^-D 
Ec'stasy, Es-T^-S 
Ecstatic, Es-Tti-E 
Eostat'ioal, Es-Tt'-El 
Eo'typal, E-T2-P1 
Eo'type, E-T2-P 
Ecumenic, ES-M-N-E 
Ecumenical, E2-M-N-E1 
Eda'cious, GD^-Sfls 
Edacity, GDsi-T 
Ed'da, eBi' 
Ed'dy, D2, D'-D. D3-NG 
Edem'atose, D^-M-Ts 
Edem'atous, D'-M-Ts 
B'den, Dns 
Eden'tal, Dnts-L 
Eden'talous, Dn^-T-is 
Eden'tate, Dn^-Tt 
Eden'tated, Dut^-Td 



EFP 

lEdge.J!!, Jd2, J2-NG 
! Edge'-boue, J'-Bn 
Bdge'less, S'-Ls 
Edge'-tool, J2-T-I1 
Edge'wise, JS-Wz 
Edging, J2.NG 
Edible, Ds-Bl 
Bdlbleness, D^-Bl-Ns 
E'dict, Da-Et 
Ediflca'tion, Dfi^-Eshn 
Edlfioatory, Df^-E-T-iJ 
Edif icatory, Dfs-E-T-iJ 
Edifice, D2-F8 , 

Edifi'cial, DS-F-Sfll ' 
Edified, DP-D 
Edlfier, D^-r-B 
Edify, Ds-F, Df s-D, D2-F- 

NG 
E'dlle, Di8-L 
E'dileship, DS-i-SH-P 
Edit, D2-T, D^-Td, Dfi-) 
Edi'tion, Dshn^ 
Editor, Dt<-R. ' See Debt- 
or. 
Bdito'rial-ly, Dt^-Bl 
Editorship, Dta-E-Sfl'-P 

[or Df-R :SH] 
Editress, D^-Trs 
Ed'ucate, D^-Kt, D'-E- 

Td, D2-Et-NG 
Educa'tion, D^-Eshn 
Educa'tional, V-Kslm-L 
Educa'tionist, D^-Eshn- 

St 
Ed'ucator, D-Etr 
Educe, Dss, Dsts, Ds'-NG 
Edu'cible, DsS-Bl 
Educing, Ds'-NG 
E'duot, D«-Et 
Eduo'tion, D»-Kslin 
Educ'tor, D2-Etr 
Edul'corate, DS-i-Ert, Da 

-i-Er-Td, DS-Z-Ert-NG 
Edulcora'tion,- V-L- 

Ershn 
Eel, m 

Eel'-grass, i'-Grs 
Eel'pot, iS-Pt 
E'en, eNS 
E'er, Ra 
Ef fable, ra-Bl 
Efface', Fsa. Fsta, Ps»-NG 
Efi^ce'ment, Fsa-Mnt 
Effect', Fa-E-T, FS-K-Td, 

F2-E-T-NG [F2-E, ra-E- 

Td. F2-E(-)] 
■Effect'ible, Fa-E-T-Bl 
EfE^c'tion, Fa-Eshn 
Effect'ive, F^-E-Tv 
Effect'ively, F2-K-T-"V1 
Effect'iveness, Fa-E-Tr- 

Ns 
Effect or, F2-Ktr 
Effeot'ual, F^-K-T-L 
Effect'ually, F^-E-T-i 
Efltect'ualness, F^-K-T-L 

-Ns 
Effect'uate, F^ K-CHt, V 

K-CH-Td, pa-E-CHt-NG 
Efifem'iuaoy, F»-Mn-S 



EFF 

Effem'inate, F«-Mn-T, 'B' 

-Mn-Td, FS-Mn-T-NG 
Effem'inately, r«-Mn-T- 

L 
EfTem'inateness, I's-Mn- 

T-Ns 
Effen'di, r»-N-D 
Efferent, ra-flnt 
Effervesce', Pr^-Vs, Fr^- 

Vst. FrS-Vs-NG 
Efferves'oence, Fr^ - Vs - 

Ns 
Effenres'enoy, FrS-Vs-N- 

s 
EfE^rres'cent, Fr^-Vs-Nt 
Effervos'oible, Fr^- Vs-Bl 
EflTete', Fs-T 
Efflca'cious, F^-E-SHs 
Efflca'ciously, Fs-£-SHs- 

L 
Effica'ciousnesB, F'-E- 

SHs-Ns 
Ef floaoy, FS-K-S 
Effi'cience, FGlms> 
Effl'ciency, Fshn^-S 
Effi'cient, Fshnts 
Effl'oiently, Fshnt8-£ 
Efflg'ies, F3-JZ 
Ef flgy, FS-J 
Effloresce', VV-Re, FV- 

iSst, Fia-Bs-Na 
Efflores'cence, Fl^-Bs-Ns 
Efflores'cenoy, Flifis-N- 

S 
Efflores'oent, Fl^-iJs-Nt 
Effluence, Fl^-Ns 
Ef fluency, Fis-N-S 
Effluent, F12-Nt 
Efflu'Tia, Fl»-V 
Efflu'vium, F13-V-M 
Efflux, F12-KS 
Efflux'ion, TV-KBym 
Effort, Frt» 
Effortless, Frta-is 
Bfl&ont'ery, ■yrail'-R 
EfEiil'gence, Fl^- Jns 
Efful'eent,Flii-Jnt 
Efful'gently, Fl'-Jut-L 
EfEHise', Fz», Fzds Tz'-SQ 
ESuse, F8> 
Eflu'sion, Fzhn' 
EfiU'sive, Fss-V 
Effti'slvely, FB»-v-i 
ESU'siveness, Fs»-V-Ns 
Eft, Ft!! 
Egad',Ga-D» 
Eges'tion, Jef-CBn 
Egg, G=. GSa, GS-NG 
Egg-nog', G'-N-G 
Egi'-plant, G2-Plnt 
Egaantlne, Gln-Tns 
E'goism, G'-zM 
E'golst, Gst3 
E'gotism, G-T'zM 
E'gotist, G-TsCa 
Egotist'ic, G-Tst3-K 
Bgotist'ical, GTsf-K-L 

[or -Ts-Kl] 
Bgre'gious, Gr-.Ts' 
Egre'giously, Gr-Ja-ei 



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Egre'giousness, Gr- Js'- 

Ns 
E'gress, Grs> 
Egres'sion. Grshn^ 
E'gret, Grta 
Egrette', Grt« 
Egyp'tiau, J«-PBlm 
Egyptol'ogist, Ji - Pt ■ i - 

Jet 
Egyptol'ogy, J»-Pt-i-J 

Ei'der, ror' 
Bi'der-dowu, iDr»-Dn 
Ei'der-duck, iDr'-D-K 
Bi'dograph, I-SM}rf 
Eigh, . 
Eight, aTS (or 8) 
Eight'een, aTn^ lor 18) 
Eight'eenth, aTn»-TH 

(or 18 !THi) 
Eighth, T2-TH (or 8 iTm) 
Bighth'ly, I^IU-L (or 8! 

THli) 
Bight'ieth, T^-tH (or 80! 

THi) 
Bight'y, aTP {or 80) 
El'ther, DHrior» 
Ejac'ulate, J>-Elt, ji-El- 

Td, Ji-Elt-NG 
Bjacula'tlon, J^-Elshn 
Biac'ulatory, Ji-Kl-T-fl 
Eject', ja-Et, JS-E-Td, js- 

Et-NG 
Ejection, 3^-Kshn 
Biect'ment, J^^-Et-Mnt 
Eieot'or, J>-Etr 
Eke, E«, Et», E8-KG 
Elab'orate, i'-Brt, i>- 

Br-Td, Zi-BrtC) 
Elab'orately, V-BrtrL 
Elab'orateness, L^ - Brt- 

Ns 
Elabora'tion, Z'-Brslm 
Elab'orative, i^-Brt-V 
Blab'orator, £i-Brtr 
Ela'ine, Z»-N 
Elapse', ii-Ps, ii-Pst, e^ 

Ps-NG 
Elaa'tic, Zb>-T-E 
Blas'tical, iS^-T-EI 
BlBstic'ity, isS-Te-T 
Elate', L'-T, za-Td, L^-T- 

HO 
Bla'tion, Lshn' 
Ela'tor, itrs 
El'bow, L'-B, Z2-Bd, zs- 

B-NG 
El'bow-ohair, i«-B-CHr 
El'bow-room, £s-b-b-m 
Eld, eL'-T) 
Eld'er, (o.) Si^'-Dr. See 

Older. 
Eld'er, (n.)i2-I>r 
Eld'erly, L'-Vr-L 
Bld'ership, iS-DriSH 
Eld'est, vL^-'Dei. See 

Oldest. 
ElDora'do, z»ori-D-B-D 

{or L'or^-VT-D) 
Bleat'ic, Z,i-T-K 



BLE 

Elecampane', L'-E-M-Pn 
Elect', L«-Et, L«-E-Td, 

Li!-Et-NO 
Elect'icism, L'-E-T-bzM 
Election, L^-Eslin 
Electioneer', L»-E8liii-B, 

L»-E8lin-iid, I,»-Eslm-i8- 

NG 
Bleot'ive, L^-E-Tv 
Blect'ively, X^-E-T-Vl 
Elect'or, L^-Etr 
Bleot'oral, I^-Et-Hl 
Blect'orate. Ls-Etr-T 
Eleot'ress, L'-E-Trs 
Elec'tric, L^-E-Tr-E 
Elec'trioal-ly, I^-E-Tr- 

El 
Blectri'cian, L>-E-Tr8lm 
Blectrlo'ity, L»-E-Trs-T 
Blec'trifiable, L« - E - Tr- 

F-BI 
Bleo'trift-, L^-E-Tr-F, lA- 

E-Trf-D. LS-E-Trf-NG 
Electriza'tion, L2 - E - 

Trz«*n 
Elec'trize, L«-E-Trz. U- 

E-Trzd, L«-K-Trz-NO 
Eleo'tro-, LS-E-Tr 
Eleo'trode, LS-E-Trd 
Eleotrol'ogy, L'-K-Tr-i- 

J 
Eleotrol'ysis, L' - E - Tr - 

Lsa 
Elec'trolyte, L«-E-Tr-it 
Blec'trolyze, L«-K-Tr-iz, 

L2-E-Tr-izd, L=-E-Tr-Z.z- 

NG 
Electrom'eter, Li-E-Tr- 

Mtr 
Blectro-motor, L^-E-Tr- 

Motr 
Blec'troscope, L^-E-Tr^ 

sE-P 
Eleo'trotype, L=-E-Trt- 

P, L5-E-Trt-Pt, L'-E-Trt- 

PC) 
Bleo'trotyper, Ls-E-Trt- 

Pr 
Elec'trotypy, L= - E - Trt- 

PI 
Elec'trum, L^-K-Tr-M 
Eleot'uary, LS-E-CH-fi 
Bleemos'ynary, L' - Mz - 

N-iJ 
El'egance, L=-Gns 
El'eganoy, L^-Gn-s 
El'egant, L^-Gut 
El'egantly, Ifl-ant-L 
Ele'giac, L'-J-K 
Elegi'ac, i'-J-K 
Elegi'acal, x>-J-El 
El'egist, iS-Jst 
Ele'git, i'-Jt 
El'egy, L^J 
El'ement, L«-Mnt 
Element'al, Ls-Mnt-L tor 

i!!Mnt 
Element'ally, W-ji-N-T- 

L 
Element'ary, L'-Mnt-A 



ELE 

Slench', L2-NG-K 
Elench'ical, LS-NG-K-Kl 
El'ephant, i^-Fnt 
Elephauti'asia, i'-rnt-Ss 
Elepnan'tine, i>-rnt-N 
Eleusin'ian, Zs^-Nn 
El'evate, i^-Yt, £2-v-Td, 

i2-Vt-NG 
Eleva'tion, is-Vshn 
El'CTator, £"-Vtr 
Elev'en, L'-Yn (or II) 
Blev'enth, is-v-N-TH (or 

lliTHi) 
Elf, £a-r 

Elf-lock, iS-F-i-K 
Elfin, ia-Fn 
Elfish, L'-¥-SH 
El'gin, Zi Jn 
Elic'it, £b»-T, Zss-Td, iss- 

T-NG- 
Elide', L^V, L'-Sd, Z>-D- 

NG 
Eligibil'ity, Z»-J-B1-T lor 

-Bit 
El'igible-ly, Z2.j.bi 
El'ig^bleness, Z^-j-Bl-Ns 

[or :Bs: 
Elim'lnate, Ls-M-N-T> Ls 

-M-N-T4, L«-M-N-T-NG 
Elimina'tion, L'-lI'NBhn 
Elision, Zzbns 
Elite', Xa-T 
Elix'ir, L»-K-sK 
Elizabeth'an, Zz'-B-THn 
Elk, L2-K 
Ell, £2 

Ellipse', i»-P» 
Ellip'sis, V-Fee i 
Ellip'soid, za.Ps-D 
Ellipsoid'al, Zi-Fs-Dl 
EUip'tio, is-P-T-K 
Ellip'tioal, za-P-T-Kl 
Elliptie'ity, Z«-P-T6-T 
Elm, IMl 

El'mo's-fire, LS-Mz-r-B 
Eloou'tion, LS-Kshn 
Eloou'tionaiy, L»-K6hn 

R 
Elocu'tionist, L^-Eshn-St 
Eloge', L^-ZS 
Elo'eium, L'-J-M 
El'ohim, Ls-H-M 
Elohis'tic, L»-Hs-T-K 
Elon'gate, Li-NG-Gt, L'- 

NG-G-Td, L»-N(J-Gt(-) 
Elonga'tion, L^-NG-Gshn 
Elope', L'-P, i!-Pt, ZS-P- 

NG 
Elope'ment, Z^-P-Mnt 
El'oquence, L^-Kwns 
El'oquent, ta.Kwnt 
El'oqtiently, L=-Kwnt-Z 
Else, Lsf 

In combination with a 
preceding word or sylla- 
ble, Else is always written 
downward todistingulsb it 
from Ze««, which see. When 
standing alone Else should 
always be vocalized. 



85 

Else'where, Ls'-B 
Elu'cidate, ZB'<-Dt, Zs'- 

D-Td, Zs8-Dt(-) 
Elucida'tion, Zs^-Dshn 
Elu'cldative, Zs»-D-Tv 
Elu'cidator, Zs»-Dtr 
Elu'oidatory, Zs8-Dt-2S 
Elude', Z8-D, za-Dd, Z»-D- 

NG 
Elud'ible, ZS-D-Bl 
Elu'slon, Zzhn' 
Elu'sive, Zs»-V 
Elu'soriness, Zs'-ff-Ns 
Elu'sory, Le^-H 
Elu'triale, ZS-Trt, L'- 

Tr-Td. is-TrtC) 
Elve, L^-Y 
Elves, L'-Yb 
Elv'ish, L'-Y-SH 
Elys'ian, Z»-ZHn 
Blys'ium, Z'-Z-M 
El'y tea, Z2-Tr , 
El'yteon, Z^-Tm 
El'ytrum, Z^-Tr-M 
Em, M2 
Ema'oiate, M-SHt', M- 

sm-Ti, M-SHt2-NG 
Ema'oiated, M-SHs-Td 
Emacia'tion, M-SHshn" 
Em'anant, Mn^-Nt- 
Em'anate, M-N-Ts, M-N- 

Td«, M-N-T2-NG 
Emana'tion, MS-Nshn 
Em'anative, M-N-Tv^ 
Eman'cipate, M-Ns-Pt', 

M-Ns-Pi-Td, M-Ns-PtiC) 
Emancipa'tion, M-Ns 

Pshn2 
Emancipa'tionist, M-Ns- 

Pshns-St 
Eman'cipator, M-Ns-Ptr' 
Emas'culate, Ms - E - Zt'. 

Ms-E-Zi-Td, Ms-E-Zti. 

NG 
Emascula'tion, Ms-E- 

ishns 
Embale', M-B^-L 
Embalm', M-Bi-M, MBi 

Md, M-B'-M-NG 
Embalm'er, M-Bi-Mr 
Embank', M-B»-NG-E, 

M-Bi-NG-Et, M-Bi-NG- 

K-NG 
Embank'ment, M - B> ■ 

NG-E-Mnt 
Embar'go, M-Bri-G, M- 

Br'-Gd, M-Bri-G-NG 
Embark', M-Bri-E, M-Bri 

-Et, M-Br>-E-NG 
Embarka'tion, M-Bri 

Kshn 
Embar'rass, M - Brsi, M- 

Brstl, M-Brs'-NG 
Embar'rassed, M-Brsti 
Embar'rassment, M 

Br'-sMnt 
Embas'sador, M-B'-sDr 
Embassado'rlal, M-Bs^ 

D-iJl 
Em'bassage, M-Bs=-J 



EMB 

Em'basis, M-Bss' 
Em'bassy, M-B^S 
Embat'tle, M - Bi - Tl, M 

Bi-Tld, M-Bl-Tl-NG 
Embay', M-B^, M-Bds M- 

B2-NG 
Embed', M-Bds, M-B«-Dd, 

M-BS-D-NG 
Embel'lish, M-B2-Z-SH, 

M.-B"--L-SH-T, M-BS- 

L-SH-TSG 
Embellisher, M - B^ - Z- 

SHr 
Embellishment, M-Bsi- 

Z-SH-Mnt 
Em'ber, M-Br^ 
Em'bers, M-Brs^ 
Em'ber-goose, M-Br^-Gs 
Em'ber-week, M-Br^-W- 

E 
Embez'zle, ,M - Bs - Zl, M- 

B2-Zld, M-B2-Z1-NG 
Embez'zlement, M - b: - 

Zl-Mnt 
Embez'zler, M-B2-Z1-E 
Embez'zling, M ■ B^! - Zl- 

HG 
Embit'ter, M-Btr', M-B«- 

Trd, M-BS-Tr-NG 
Emblaze', M-Blz3 
Embla'zon, M-Blz2-N, M- 

Blza-Nd, M-Blz2-N-NG 
Embla'zoner, M-Blz<!-N- 

B 
Embla'zonry, M-Blz«-N- 

B 
Em'blem, M-B1«-M 
Emblemat'ie, M-Bl'-Mt- 

E 
Emblemat'ical-ly, M - 

Bli-Mt-El 
Emblem'atist, M-Bl^H- 

Tst 
Emblem'atize, M-Bl^H- 

Tz. M-BI2-M-Tzd, M-Bl"- 

M-Tz-NG 
Em'blement, :i-B12-Mnt 
EmTjlements, M - Bis - 

Mnts 
Em'blemize, M-Bis-Mz 
Embloom', M-Eia-M 
Embod'iment, M -B> -D- 

Mnt 
Embod'y, M-B'-D, M-B'- 

Dd. M-Bl-D-KG 
Embogue', M-B^-G 
Embog'uing, M-B!!-g-NG 
Embold'en, M-Bl'-Dn, 

M - B12 - Dnd, M - B12 - Dn- 

NG 
Em'bolism, M-Bl^-zH 
Em'bolus, M-B2-ZS 
Embonpoint', M-B'-Pwn 
Bmbor'der, M-Bi-Kdr 
Embosom, M-B^-zM 
Emboss', M - Bs', M-BBt>, 

M-Bsi-NG 
Emboss'ment, M - B' - 

sMnt 
Embot'tle, M-Bi-Tl 



EMB 86 

Embouchure', M-B»-SHr Emit', Mt', M-Ta»,MtC-)» 
Embow'el, M-B'-L, m-B'- Em'met, Mts 



Ld, M-Bi-L-NG 
Embower, M - B» - B, M 

BLKd, M-Bi-fl-NG 
Embrace^ M-Brs<, M- 

Brsf, M-Brsa-NG 
Embraoe'ment, M-Br>- 

BMst 
Embrac'er, M-Br^-sB 
Bmbra'oery, M-Br2-sfl 
Embra'sure, M-BrS-ZHr 
Em'brocate, M-Br<-Et, 

M-BrS-K-Td, M-Br'-Kt- 

NG 
Embroca'tion, M - Bt> - 

£slin 
Embro'glio, M-BrS-ilo 
Embroi'der, M-Br'-Dr, 

M-Br'-Drd, M-Br'-Dr-NG 
Embrold'erer, M-Bpi-Dr 

-B 
Embroid'ery, M-Brdi-a 
Embroil', M - Br' - L, M • 

Bri-Ld, M-Bri-r-NG 
Embroil'meut, M-Br'-i- 

Mnt 
Embrue', M-Br^ 
Em'bryo, M-Br» 
Embryol'ogy, M-Br--X- 

J 
Em'bryon, M-Bm» 
Embryof omy, M-Br>-T- 

M 
Emeer', M-E» 
Emend', Mnd^ 
Emend'able, Mnd-B<-L 
Emenda'tion, M-K-Dslms 
Emenda'tor, M-N-Dtr» 
Emend'atory, M=N-Dt2-J! 
Em'erald, M-Mds 
Emerge', U-R^3, M-B'- 

3d, M-BS-J-NG 
Emer'gence, m-R'-Jna 
Emer'gency, M-Bs-J-N-S 
Emer'gent, M-ii^-Jnt 
Emer'iti, ll-B'-T 
Emer'itus, M-KS-Ts 
Em'erods, M-B'-T)z 
Em'eroids, M-Bf-Vz 
Emer'siou, M-£shn> 
Em'ery, U-R' 
Emet'ic, Mts-E 
E'meu, eMuS 
Emeute', Mu-T' 
Emica'tion, Ms-Eslin 
Emio'tion, M^-KGhii 
Em'igraiit, las-Grnt 
Em'igrate, M>-Ort, U-Gr 

Tds, M2-Grt-NG 
Emigra'tion, M^-Gislm 
Em'inence, Mn'-Ns 
Em'inency, Mn-N-S' 
Em'inent, Mni-Nt 
Em'iuently, Mn-Nt-L» 
E'mir, eMr* 
E'meer, eMrS 
Em'issary, Ms-KS 
Emis'sion, Msliii' 
Bmis'sive, Ms-V^ 



EmmoUes'cence, M-Lb'- 

Nb 
EmolOlate, M - Zi - T, M - 

ii-Td, M-ii-T-NG 
Emol'lient, M-£'-Nt 
Emolli'tion, M-Letm' 
Emol'ument, ll-L^-Mnt 
Emoliuuent'al, M'-L 

iMnt 
Emo'tion, Mshns 
Emo'tional, Msfan-L< 
Bmo'tive, Mt-V" 
Empale', M-P'-L, M-ps- 

Ld, M-P2-L-NG 
Empale'ment, M - ps - £ - 

Mnt 
Empan'el, M - pi - Nl, M 

pi-Nld, M-P'-Nl-NG 
Empark', M-Pr>-K 
Empasm<, M-pi-zM 
Emper'il, M-Ps-Bl 
Em'peror, M-Pr^-E 
Em'phaais, M-Fes' 
Em'phasize, M - Fsz", M- 

Fsz2-D, M-rsz2-NG 
Emphat'ic, M-F»-T-K 
Emphat'ioal-ly, M - ru 

El 
Emphyse'ma, M-Fs^-H 
Em'pire, M-Pr" 
Bmpir'io, M-PrS-E 
Em'pirlo, M-Pr^-E 
Empir'ioal-ly, M-Pr^-Kl 
Bmpir'icism, M-Pr^'-szM 
Bmplas'ter, M-PIstr' 
Emplas'tio, M-Pls'-T-K 
Employ', M-Pl', St-Pld', 

M-Pli-NG 
Employe', M-P1» 
Employee', M-Pis 
Employ'er, M-Pl'-B 
Employ'ment, M - PU - 

Mnt 
Empoi'BOn, M-Pzi-N 
Empoi'soned, M-Pzi-Nd 
Empo'rium, M-Pr^-M 
Empov'erisn, M - Pvi - B- 

SH, M-Pvi-iJ-SHt, M- 

Pvl-B-SH-NG 
Empow'er, M - Pi - B, M- 

Pi-Ed, M-pi-BNG 
Em'presB, M-Prs^ 
Emprise', M-Prz» 
Emp'tiness, M-T»-Ns 
Emp'ty, (o.) M-T=, M-T2- 

E, M-Tst2 
Emp'ty, (B.) M-T2, M-Td^, 

M-T2-NG 
Emp'tying, M-T^-NG 
Emp'tyings, M-T^-NGz 
Empur'ple, M-Pr=-Pl 
Bmpyr'eal, M-P'-fll 
Empyre'an, M-P8-Bn 
Bmpyreumat'io, M-Pr'- 

Mt-K 
Empyreumat'ioal, M - 

Pri-Mt-Kl 
E'mu, eMu8 



ENC 

Em'ulate, M - Zt^i, M - i^ - 

Td. M-it2-NG 
Emula'tion, M'Zshn' 
Bm'ulative, M-it^-V 
Em'ulator, M-Ztr» 
Emul'gent, M-i^-Jnt 
Em'ulous, M-Xis' 
Em'ulously, M-Ls^-L 
Em'ulousness, M LeI'-'Sa 
Bmul'sion, M-Lehn^ 
Bmul'sive, M-is^-V 
Emunc'tory, M-NG-T^-B 
Ena'ble, N-BI2, N-BIds, N- 

Biz-NG 
Bna'blemeut, N-Bl^-Mnt 
Enact', Ml- Et, Ni - E - Td, 

K'-Et-NG 
Enact'iTe, N-Et-vi 
Enact'ment, N'-Et-Mnt 
Bnact'or, M'-Etr 
Bnallage, eN-Li-J 
Enam'el, Ni-MI, N>-Mld, 

N'-Ml-NG 
Bnam'elar, N-Ml-E' 
Bnam'eler, N-Ml-Bi 
Bnam'elist, N>-MlBt 
Enam'elled, M'-Mld 
Enam'or, Ni-Mr, N>-Mrd, 

N«-Mr-NG 
Encage', N-E-J« 
Encamp', N-E-M-P>, NL 

E-Mt, N-E-M-Pif) 
Encamp'ment, N - E - M- 

pi-Mnt 
Encase', N!-Es, N^-Est, 

N2-ES-NG 
Encaus'tic, N-Es-TJ-E 
Bnoave', Ns-Et, H^-Evd, 

N2-EV-NG 
Enceinte', Ni-sNt 
Encephal'ic, N8-FL.Z-E 
Enchafe', N-CHfs, K- 

CHfta, N-CHf=-NG 
Enchain', N-CHn*, N- 

CHndS, N-CHnS-NG 
Enchain'ment, N-CHnS 

!Mnt [or N-CH2-Mnt: 
Enchant', N-CHnt». N- 

CHi-N-Td. N-CHntl-NG 
Euohant'er, N-CHntri 
Bnchant'ing, N-CHnti- 

NG 
Enohant'ingly, N-CHnt>- 

NG-L 
Bnchant'ment, N-CHnti 

!Mnt [or N-CHti-Mnt] 
Enchant'ress, N-CH'-N- 

Trs 
Enchase', K-CEs>, K- 

CHsts, N-CHs2-NG 
Bnchis'el, N-OHs-zi 
Bncho'rial, N-E-Bl* 
Enohor'io, N-E-B'-E 
Enoir'ole, N - sBS - El, N - 

sE!-Eld, N-sB'-El-NG 
Enclasp', N-Els-Pi, N- 

Els-Pti, N-Els-Pi-NG 
Enclit'ic, N-El-TS-E 
Bnclit'ioal, N»-Elt-Kl 
Bnclois'ter, Ni-Elstr 



ENC 

Enclose', N»-Klz, N^-Klzd, 

NH-Klz-NG 
Enclos'ure, N-Kl-ZHrs 
Enoo'mia, Ns-K-M 
Enco'miast, N^-K-Mst 
Enoomittst'io, N - K - Ms - 

Ti-K 
Encomiast'ioal, N-K-Ms- 

Ti-Kl 
Enoo'mium, N»-K-M-M 
Encom'pasB, N iPs^ 
Bncom'passment, N ! ps- 

BMDt 

Encore', N' - Kr, N2 - Krd, 



N2-Kr-NG 



Encoun'ter' Ni-Kntr, N 

Knt-Bdi, N>-Kntr-NG 
EncouF'age, N-Kr-ja, N- 

Kr-Ja2, N-Kr-J2-NG 
I'Dcour'agement, N-Kr- 

ja-Mnt 
Enoour'ager, N-Kr- Ji* 
Encour'agmg, N-Kr-J^. 

NG 
Encour'agingly, N - Kr - 

J2-NG1 
Enorim'son, N^-Er -Mz- 

N, N»-Kr-Mz-Nd, N'-Kr- 

Mz-N-NG 
En'criuite, m-Kr-TUt 
Encroach', N-Kr-CH2, N 

Kr-CHt3, N-Kr-CHS-NG 
Encroacn'er, N-Kr-CHr» 
Encroach'ment, N-Kr- 

OHS-Mnt 
Enoum'ber, 'SiBA Ni 

Brda, N!Br2-NG 
Encum'branoe, N !Brns« 
Encyc'lioal, NS-sKl-Kl 
Encyclope'dia, N-sKlP' 

-D 

Enoyelope'dian, N-sKl- 

ps-Dn 
Encycloped'ic, N-sKl- 

P2-D K 
Encyoloped'ical, N-sKl- 

pa-D-Kl - 
Encyclope'dlst, N - sEl - 

P»-Dst 
Eucyst'ed, N-Sss-Td 
End, Nd2, N-Dda, Nd^-NG 
Endam'age, N-D'-M-J, 

N-D'-M-Jd, N-Di-M-J- 

HG 
Endam'ageable, N-Di- 

M-J-Bl 
Endan'ger, N-Da-N-Jr, N 

-D2-N- Jrd. N - D2 - Jr - NG 

[N-DS-Jr, N-DS-Jrd, N-D^ 

Jr-NG] 
Endan'germent, N-D^N 

-Jr-Mnt 
Endear", N-DS-E, N-D'- 

Ed, N-D'-iJ-NG 
Endear'ing, N-D'-il-NG 
Endear'ment, N-Dr^-Mnt 
Endeav'or, N-Dv^- E, N - 

Dv2-Bd, H-Dv»-iJ-NG [N- 

Dva, N-Dvd2, N-DtSC) 
Endec'agon, N-D'-K-Gn 



87 

Ende'mial, N-DS-M-i 
Endem'io, N-D^-M-K 
Eudem'ioal, N-DS-M-Kl 
Enden'izen, N-D^-Nz-N 
End'er, Ndra 
End'ing, Nd^-NG 
Endite', N-Dti ■ 
Bnd'less, Nd-Lsa 
End'lessly, Nd-Lss-L 
End'lessnesa, Nd-LsS-Ns 
En'dogen, N-D^-Jn 
Endog'enous, N-Di-J-Ns 
Endorse', N-Drs', N-Drst', 
N-Drsi-NG 



V iEndors'er, N-Dri-sK 



Endoyr', H-D>, N-Ddi, N- 

Di-NG 
Endow'ment, N-Di-Mnt 
Endue', N-Ds 
Endur'able, N-Dr'-Bl 
Bndur'ance, N-DS-flns 
Endure', N-Dr», N-Drd3, 

N-Dr3-NG 
End'wise, Nd-Wza 
Ene'Id, N-eiDs 
Ene'ma, N^-M 
En'emy, N2-M 
Energet'ic, Nr-Jt=-K 
Energetical-ly,Nr-Jt2-Kl 
En'ergize, Nr-Jzs, Nr- 

Jzds, Nr-Jz2-NG 
En'ergy, Nr- J2 
Ener'vate, Nr-Vts, Nr-TS- 

Td, Nr-Vt2-NG 
Enerva'tion, Nr-VshnS 
Enfee'ble, N-FS-Bl, N- 

F3-BId, N-F3-B1-NG 
Enfee'blement, N-rs-Bl- 

Mnt 
EnfeofP", N-r^-F, N-FS 

Ft.N-Fa-F'NG 
Enfeoffment, N - F^ - F - 

Mnt 
Enfilade', JS - Fs - £ - D. N- 

FS-Z-Dd, N-F2-£-D-NG 
Enfold', N-F2-id 
Enforce', N-Fi-Es, N-FS- 

Bst, N-F2-KS-NG- 
Euforoe'able, N - F» Es- 

B(-Z) 
Enforoe'ment, N - F' - E- 

sHnt 
Enfor'oer, N-FS-E-bE 
Bnfran'ohise, N-Fri-N- 

CHz, N-Fri-N-CHzd, N- 

Fri-N-CHz-NG 
Enfran'chisement, N - 

Fri-N-CH-zMnt 
Enfran'ohlser, N-Fr^-N - 

CH-Zr 
Engage', N-G-Js, N-G- Jds- 

N-G-J2-NG 
Engaged', N-G- Jd^ 
Engaged'ness, N-G-Ja"- 

Ns . 
Bngage'ment, N-G-J»- 

Hnt 
Engag'er, N-G-Jr" 
Engag'ing, N-G-J»-NG 
Bngag'ingly, N-G-Ja-NGl 



ENL 

Engen'der, N - Jndra, N. 

ja-N-Drd, N-Jnar»-NG 
En'gine, N-Jn" 
Engineer', N-J'-Nr, N-J'- 

Nrd. N-ja-Nr-ITG 
Engineer'tug, N-J»-Nr- 

NG 
En'ginery, N-J'-Nr 
Bnglrd', N2 - Grd, N - Gr - 

Dd!!, NZ-Grd-NG 
Engirt', N^-Grt 
Engir'dle, N-Gr-Dl", N- 

Gr-Dld2, N-Gr-D12-NG 
Bn'glish, NG-Gl-SHS[or 

NG1-SH3] 
Englut', N2-GU 
Engorge', N-Gr-J', N-Gr- 

Jdi, N-Gr-J>-NG 
Engorge'ment, N-Gr-Ji- 

Mnt 
Eugrafr, Ni-Grf 
Engraft', N^-Grft 
Engrail', N-Gr-L", N-Gr- 

Ld2, N-Gr-L2-NG 
Engrain', NS-Gm, N=- 

Gmd, NS-Gm-NG 
Engrap'ple, N-Gr-PU 
Engrasp', N - Grs - P', N- 

Grs-Pti, N-Grs-P'-NG 
Engrave', N^-Git, N*- 

Grvd, Na-Grv-NG 
Engrav'en, N-Gr-Vn» 
Bngrav'er, N-Grv-iJ^ 
Engrav'lng, N2-Grr-NQ 
■Engross', N^-Grs; N"- 

Grst, N2-Grs-NG 
Engrosa'er, N-Gr-sE' 
Engrosa'ment, N^ - Gr - 

sHut 
Engulf, N2-Glf 
Enhance', Ni-Hns, Ni-H- 

Nst, Ni-Hns-NG 
Enhance'zuent, K* - Hn - 

sMat 
Enhan'cer, N-Hn-BEi 
Euhar'bor, N-Hri-Br 
Enharmon'ic, N'-Hr-M- 

N-K 
Enig'ma, N'-G-M 
Euigmat'ic, Ni-G-Mt-K 
Enigmat'ical-ly, N'-G- 

Mt-Kl 
Enig'matist, N-G-M-Tsts 
Euig'matize, N-G-M-Tz8, 

N-G-M-Tzd», N-G-M TzS- 

NG 
Enigmatog'raphy, N-G- 

Mt-Gr-F' 
Enjoin', N-Jni, N-Jndi, 

N-Jni-NG 
Enioin'ment,N-Ji-N-Miit 
Enjoy', N-Ji, N-Jdi, N-J'- 

NG 
Enjoy'able, N-Ji-Bl 
Enjoy'ment, N- Ji-Mnt 
Enkin'dle, N-K-Nd-LS, N- 

K-Nd-Ld8, N-K-Nd-L8-NG 
Enlace', N-is^, N-ists, N- 

£s2-NG 
Eulace'ment,' K-Zs^Mnt 



ENL 

Enlarge', N-Lri-J, N-iri- 

Jd, K-ir>-J-Na 
Xinlarge'ment, N - Xr' - J- 

Mnt 
Enlight'en, NI - Tp>, Nl 

Tnd'. Nl-Tn'-NG 
Enlight'ener, Nl-Ti-Nr 
Enlight'enmeut, Nl-Tn^ 

!Mnt 
Enlink', Nis-NG-K 
Enlist', Nlsts, Nls-Ta3, 

Nlst»(-) 
Enlist'ment, Nls-T»-Mnt 
Enliven, Nl-Vn>, Nl- 

Vndi, Nl-Vni-lfQ 
Enliv'ener, Nl-yi-Nr 
Emnar'ble, N-M-iji-Bl 
Enmesh', N-M-SHa 
Bn'mity, H-M-T» 
Eu'negon, N"-Gn 
Enno'ble, N-N-BP, N - N- 

Blds, N-N-B1«-NG 
Enno'blement, N-N-B1«- 

Mnt 
Ennui', N-W» 
Enor'mity, Nr-M-T' 
Enor'mous, Nri-Ms 
Enor'mously, Nr-Ms-£> 
Enor'mousueBs, Nri-Ms- 

Nb 
Enough', N-F» 
Enounce', Nnsi 
Enow', Nl 
EnQLuire', K-Ew-B>. See 

Inquire, 
Enrage', Nr-ja, Nr-Jd^, 

Nr-JS-NG 
Enrank', Nri-NG-K 
Enrapt', Nr-Pti 
Enrapt'ure, Nr - pi - CHr, 

Nr-pi-CHrd, Nr-P»-CHr- 

NG 
Enrav'ish, 'St-V-SH 
Enrav'ishment, Nr-Vi- 

SH-Mnt 
Enreg'ister, Nr-Jstr^ 
Enrich', Nr-CHS, Nr- 

OHts. Nr-CHS-NG 
Enrich'ment, Nr-OH'- 

Mnt 
Bnrip'en, Nr-Pni 
■ Enrobe', Nr-B" 
Enroll', S-BV, TK-RIS.', N- 

BP-NG 
EnroU'ment, N-fllii-Mnt 
Enroot', Nrta, Nr-Tds, 

Nrts-NG 
Ensam'ple, N-sM-Pli 
Ensan'gulne, Ni - sNG - 

Gwn 
Ensconce', NbI-Kds, Ne'- 

Knst. STsi-Kns-NG 
Enseal', N-sLS 
Enseam', Nss-M 
Ensear', Ns-R8 
Ensem'ble, Nb-M-BU 
Enshield', N - sm^ - D, N- 

SHl'-Dd. N-Sfllds-NG 
Enshrine', N - SHm\ N - 

SHmd», N-SHmi-NG 



88 

Enshroud', N-^fflrdi, n- 

Mfri-Dd, N-SHrdi-NG 
Ensirerous, Ns-F'-Kb 
En'siform, Ns-F^-K-M 
En'sign, Ns'-N 
Bn'signcy, Nb-N-S' 
En'signship, Ns-N-SHS-P 
Enslave', nsis . V, nsLi"- 

Vd, nsiS-V-NG 
Enslave'ment, nsL'-\- 

Mnt 
Enslaver, nsi^-Vr 
Ensnare', Ns-N-Ei 
Ensphere', Hb'-f-E 
Enstamp', Ns-T'-M-P.Ns- 

Ti-Mt, Ns-Ti-M-P(-) 
Ensue', N-S', Ns-Ds, N-S^- 

NG 
Ensure', N-SHr», K- 

SHrd", N-SHr»-NG 
Entablature, N-T'-Bltr 
Entail', N-TS-L, N-T»-L( 

N-Ti!-£-NG 
Entail'ment, N-T^-i-Mnt 
Entan'gle, IW-NG-Gl, 

NP-NG-Gld, NU-NG-Gl- 

NG 
Entan'glement, Kt>-XG- 

Gl-Mnt 
Entan'gler, m-NG-Gl-Ei 
Entel'echy, N-T^-i-K 
En'ter, Ntr», N-Trds, Iltr»- 

NQ 
Enteri'tis, mr-Tsi 
Enterot'6niy, Ntr-T'-M 
En'terprise, Ntr-Prz^ 
En'terprising, Ntr-Prz»- 

NG 
Entertain', Ntr-Tns, Ntr- 

Tnda, Ntr-Tna-NG 
Entertain'er, Ntr-Ts-Nr 
Entertain'ing, Ntr- Tn^- 

NG 
Entertain'ingly, Ktr-Tn= 

-NG-L 
Entert&iu'jnent, Ntr-Tns 

!Mnt [or -T-Mnt] 
Enthrall', Nthr-Li, Ntlir- 

L#, Nthr-Li-NG 
Enthrone', N - THrnS, N ■ 

THrnds, N-THrnS-NG 
Enthrone'ment, N- 

THm>-Mnt 
Enthu'siasm, N - TH^ - z- 

zM 
Enthu'siast, N-TH^-Zst 
Enthusiast'ic, N-TH'-Zs- 

T-K 
Enthusiast'ical-ly, N - 

TH'-Zb-T-K1 
En'thymeme, N-ths-m- 

M 
Entice', N-Tb1, N-Tsti, N- 

Tb1-NG 
Entioe'ment, N.T'-sMnt 
Enti'cer, K-Ti-sK 
Entio'ingly, N-Ts'-NGl 
Entire', Ntpi 
Entire'ly, Ntr-L» 
Entire'ness, Nti'>-Ns 



ENV 

Entire'ty, Ntr-Ti 
Enti'tle, N - T' ■ Tl, N - Ti- 

Tld, N-T'-Tl-NG 
En'tity, Nt-T« 
EntomatogTaphy, N-T"- 

Mt-Gr-F 
Entomb', N-T'-M, N-T'- 

Md, N-T»-M-NG 
Entom'ic, N-T'-M-K 
Entomolog'ical, N-T'- 

M-i-J-Kl 
Entomol'ogist, N-T^-M- 

i-Jst 
Entomol'ogy, N-Ti-M-Z- 

J 
Entomos'tracan, N - Ti • 

Ms-Tr-Kn 
En'trails, N-Tr^-Ls 
Entram'mel, N-Tr'-M-i, 
' N-Tr'-M-id, N-Tri-M-i- 
r J NG / 

,di En'tranoe, N-Tms' 4— 
^Entrance', N-Tms', N- 

TruBti, N-Tmsi-NG 
Entrap', N-Tr>-P, N-Tii- 

Pt, N-Tri-P-NG 
Entreat'. N-Trt», K-Ti«- 

Td, N-TrtC)» 
Entreat'ingly, N-Trta- 

NGl 
Entreat'y, N-Tr»-T 
Entree', N-Trs 
Entremets', N-Tr«-M 
Entrepot', Ntr-P« 
Entrust', N-Trsts, N-TrsS- 

Td, N-Trsta-NG 
En'try, N-Tr^ 
Entwine', Nt-Wni, Nt- 

Wndl, Nt-Wnl-NG 
Entwist', Nt-WBts, Nt- 

Wss-Td, Nt-'WBt(')» 
Bnu'oleate, N-Kl-Ts, N- 

Rl-TdS, N-Kl-Ta-NG 
Euuclea'tion, N-Klshn 
Enu'merate, N'-Mrt. N- 

Mr-Td3. K»-MrtC) 
Enumera'tion, W-Mrslin 
Enu'merative, N-Mrt-va 
Enun'oiate, ffTi-SHi'. Nn- 

SH^-TA. Nn-Si/ta-NG 
Enuncia'tlon.Nn-SHshn^ 
Enun'ciative, Sn-SHV^Y 
Enun'oiatory, Nn^S/f-T- 

B 
Envas'sal, N-Vsi-Ii 
Envei'gle, N-V»-G1, N-V- 

Gld, N-V-Gl-NG 
Envel'op, N-vs-£-P, N- 

ve-i-Pt, JT-Va-i-P-NG 
En'velope, N-V»-L-P (or 

N-vi-i-P) 
Envel'opment, N-v»-i- 

P-Mnt 
Bnven'om, N-Vn»-M, N- 

Vn'-Md. N-Vna-M-NG 
Bn'Tiable, N-V«-B1 
En'vier, K-V'-B 
En'vious, N-VbS 
Bn'viously, N-Vs^-L 
En'Tiousness, N-TsS-Ns 



ENV 

Envi'ron, N-V'-ife, N-Vi- 

■iiad, N-Vl-Hn-Na 
Envi'ronment, N-V'-iZn- 

Mut 
En'virona, H-V^-Bnz 
Envi'rons, N-V>-finz 
En'Toy, N-Y« 
En'voyaihip, N-V^-SH-P 
Envy, N-va, N-Vdii, N-Va- 

Enwrap', N-JBi-P (or Nr^ 

P') 
E'ooene, e8Su' 
Eo'lian, ioLn' 
Eol'io, e8L-K> 
Eol'ipile, ii-P-L 
E'on, t6N3 
E'paot, P»-Kt 
Epanalep'sls, P^-Hl-Pss 
Epan'odos, Pni-Ds 
Ep'arch, ps-iS-K 
Ep'arohy, V-R-K 
Epaule', pi-L 
Epaule'meut, pi-£-Miit 
Ep'aulet, pi-z^t 
Ep'aulette, P^-Xt 
Epen'thesis, pa-N-THss 
Epergne', P^-Bn 
Ei>exege'8is, F^-Es- Jss 
E'pha or E'phah, F' 
Ephem'era, F^-M-i? 
Ephem'erai, F^-M-Bl 
Bphem'eric, f^-m-b-K 
Ephemer'ides, S'-M-B- 

Dz 
Ephem'eris, FS-M-Ss 
Ephem'erist, F^-M-Bst 
Ephem'eron, r^-M-Bn 
Ephem'eroua, f>-m-Bs 
Eplie'sian, Fzhn^ 
Ephial'tes, F'-Zi-Iz 
Eph'od. F2-D 
Eph'on, F2-B 
Ep'io, V-K 
Ep'ioarp, ps-Kr-P 
Epice'dian, Fs>-Dn 
Epice'dium, Ps^-D-M 
Ep'icene, PS-sBT 
Ep'icure, ps-Kr 
Epicu'rean, P3-E-£n 
Epicu'reanism, P^-E-Bn- 

zM 
Ep'iouriam, P^-Kr-zM 
Ep'icurize, P^-Kr-Z 
Ep'ioyole, pa-sKl 
Epioy'clold, P'-sKl-D 
Epioyeloid'al, P'-sKl-Dl 
Epidem'io, P^-D-M-K 
Epidem'ical, P^-D-M-Kl 
Epider'mic, P2-Dr-M-K 
Epider'miB, P^-Dr-Ms 
Ep'idote, pa-Dt 
Epigas'tric, pi-G-sTr-K 
Ep'igene, P^-Jn 
Epiglot'tis, pi-Gl-Ts 
Ep'igram, pa-Gr-M 
Epigrammat'ic, P'-Gr- 

Mt-E 
Epigrammat'lcal-ly, P'- 

Gr-Mt-Kl 



Epigram'matist, pi - Gr 

M-Tst 
Epigram'matize, Pi-Gr- 

M-Tz, Pl-Or-M-Tzd, pi- 

Gr-M-Tz-NG 
Ep'igraph, P2-Grf 
Ep'ilepsy, P«-i-P-S 
Epilep'tio. P»-i-Pt-E 
Epilogis'tic, £3.£-j8t-E 
Bp'iloEue, ps-i-G 
Bpiph'any, pa-F-N (or 

Pfa-N) 
Epiph'ysis, ps-Fss 
Epis'copacy, P»-8K-P-S 
Epis'copal, ps-sE-Pl 
Bpis'copaloy, P^-sK-Pl-S 
Epis'copalian, p: - sE - P- 

Ln 
Eplscopa'lionism, P^-sE- 

P-£nz-M 
Epis'copally, ps-sE-P-£ 
Bpis'copate, P»-BE-Pt 
Bp'iaode, Ps^-D 
Episod'ic, Psi-D-K 
Bpisod'ical, Ps>-D-El 
Epis'Ue, Fs3-L 
Bpia'tolary, Ps'-T-Z-B 
Epis'tolize, Pe'-T-£z 
Epis'trophe, P'-sTr-F 
Ep'istyle, Ps^-T-L 
Bp'itaph, P2-Tf 
Epitaph'ie, P'-Tf-K 
Epithala'mium, P' - IH - 

i-M-M 

Ep'itliet, P2-THfi 
Eplthet'ic, pa-TH-T-E 
Epit'ome, Pt^-M 
Epit'omist, Pf-Mst 
Bpit'omize, Pts-Mz, Pt^. 

Mzd, Pts-Mz-NG 
Epit'omizer, Pta-M-Zr 
Epizeuz'is, P'-sEbs 
Epizo'a, P>-Z 
Epizo'ans, P^-Zns 
Bpizo'on, P3-Zn 
Bpizoot'ic, pi-zT-E 



/ 



Epizo'oty, Pz!-T 
Ep'och, pa-E 
Bp'ocha, pz-E 
Ep'ode, pa-D 
Ep'opee, P«-P 
Ep'os, Ps> a 
Ep'som, P2-sM 
Ep'som Salt, pa-sM-sXt 
Ep'ulary, pt-i-B 
Equabil'ity, Ew-Bl'-T (or 

-Bit) 
E'quable-y, Ew-Bl» 
E'quablsness, Ew-Bl'-Na 
E'qual, Ews-L, Ew-Ld», 

Kw-TJ-'Sa 
Equal'ity, Ew-£i-T (or 

-it) 
E'qualueaa, Ew-£»-Na 
Egualiza'tion, Ew-£zi%n> 
E'quallze, K-w-L^, Ew- 

izd3, Ew-iz»-NG 
B'qually, Kw-i» 
Equon'gular, Evr-SS-GI- 



EQU 
Equanim'ity, Ewn-M-T« 
Equan'imoua, Ewn'-Ms 
Equate', Kw-T", Ew-Td", 

EW-T2-NG 
Equa'tion, Ewslm 
Equa'tor, Ewtr" 
Equato'nal, Ew-T«-Bl 
Equer'ry, Ew-B^ 
Eq'uery, Ew-B" 
Equea'trian, Ew-BTm= 
Equea'trianiam, Ew-sTi^ 

Nz-M tor -Tr] 
Equian'golar, Ew-NG- 

Gl-Bi 
Equioru'ral, Kw-Ki-B^ 
Equidifferent, Ew-Df^- 

Bnt [Ew-Df3] 
Equidia'tant, Ew-Ds'-Tnt 
Equidis'tautly, Ew - Ds'- 

Tnt-L 
Equilat'eral, Kw-Lti^L 
Equili'brate, Ew-X'-Brt, 

Ew-ii-Br-Td, Kw-ii- 

BrtC) 
Equilibra'tion, Ew-Z'- 

Brshn 
Equilib'ria, Ew-£3-Br 
Equilib'rity, Ew-W-Br-T 
Equilibrium, Ew-i^-Br- 

M 
Equimul'tiple, Ew- Mlt- 

Pia 

Equi'nal, Ewi-Nl 
E'qulne, Ewn» 
Equiaoc'tial, Ew - N - E • 

SHli 
E'qulnox, KwS-Sf-Es 
Equinu'merant, Ew'-N- 

Mrnt 
Equip', Ew-ps, Ew-Pt', 

Ew-pa-NG 
Eq'uipage, Ew-ps- J 
Equip'ment, Ew-P»-Mnt 
E'quipoise, Ew-Pz^ 
Equipoiaenoe, E-w-P'- 



V — -r Eqmpollenoy, Ew-pi- 



in-S 
Equipol'lent, Ew-Pi-int 
Equipon'derance, Evr- 

Pndri-Ns 
Equipon'deiancy, Ew- 

Pndrl-N-S 
Equipon'derant, Ew- 

Pndr'-Nt 
Equipon'derate, Ew- 

Pndri-T 
Eq'uitable, Ew-Ts-Bl 
Eq'uitablenesa, Ew-X>- 

Bl-Na [:Bs] 
Eq'uitably, Ew-T^-Bl 
Eq'uitant, Ew-Tnta 
Bquita'tion, Ew-Tshn» 
Eq'uity, Ew-T» 
Equiv alenoe, Ew-V'-Zns 
BqiiiT'alenoy, Ew- ya-in- 

S 
Equiv'alent, Ew-V"-£nt 
E'quivalTe, Ew-V»-i-V 
Bquiv'ooal-ly, Kw-V»-El 



EQU 

Squir'ocalness, Kw-T*- 

KI-Ns • 
Equiy'ooate, Kw-v'-K-T, 

Kw-yS-K-Td, Kw-V»-K-T- 

NG 
Equivooa'tion, Kw-V- 

Kshn 
Equiv'ooator, Kw-V'-Ktr 
Eq'uiTOque or Eq'ui- 

voke, KW-V2-K 
E'ra, tE» 
Era'diate, eB'-Ht, eR'- 

DTd, efis-Dt(-) 
Eradia'tion, eh'-'Dehn 
Erad'icable, Ai-D-E-Bl 
Erad'icate, E^-D-Kt, ie'- 

D-K-Td, fii-D-Kt-NG 
Eradication, B'-D -Esbn 
Erad'icative, ««-D-Kt-V 
Eras'able, Bs'-B-L 
Erase', Bs', Bsts, Bs^-NQ 
Erase'ment, Bs'-Mnt 
Eras'er, Be^-B 
Era'sion, BzhnS 
Eras'tian, Bs'-CHn 
Eras'tiamsin, Bs> - CHn - 

Z-M Cor-CH-zM] 
Eras'ure, E^-ZHr 
Ere, B9 
Er'ebus, Es-Bs 
Erect', B2 - Kt, B« - K - Td, 

E2-Kt-NG 
Erect'able, B&Et-Bl 
Erect'er, B^-Ktr 
Erect'ile, B^Et-l, 
Erec'tlon, B^Esbn 
Erecf ive, Es-Kt-v 
Erect'ly, E>-Kt£ 
Erect'ness, B'-Et-Ns 
Ereot'or, Es-Etr 
Erelong', Bi-i-NG 
Er'emite, E'-Ht 
Ere-noW, Ei-N. SeeNim. 
Ere-while', Ei-Wl 
Er'go, B2-G 
Er'got, E2-Gt 
E'nn, En* 
Er'mme, B^Mn 
Em, Bn9 
Erode', eB'-V, eS>-Dd, 

eBi-D-NG 
Ero'sion, EzhnS 
Ero'siye, Bs^-V 
Erot'io,JJi-T-E 
Erot'ical, £i-I-El 
Erpetol'ogy, Ei-Pt-£-J 
Err, E», Edii, E^-NG 
Err'able, Es-Bl 
Er'rand, Ends 
Er'rand-boy, Bnd>-B 
Er'rant, Ent^ 
Er'rantry, E^-N-Tr 
Erra'ta, B'-T 
Errat'ic, B'-T-K 
Errat'ioal-ly, fii-T-El 
Erra'tum, «2-T-M 
Er'rbine, Ens 
Er'ring, E2-NG 
Erro'neous, Bs-Us 
Erro'neouBly. E»-Nb-L 



90 
Erro'aeousness, B^- Nb- 

Er'ror, Er2 
Er'rorist, Erst^ 
Erse, Es2 
Erst, Esf 

Erubes'cenoe, BS-Bs-Ns 
Erubes'oency, B«-Bs-N-S 
Erubes'oent, E'-Bs-Kt 
Eruot', E2-Kt 
Eruc'tate, E^-K-Tt 
Eruc'tated, E^-K-T-Td 
Eructa'tion, E»-K-TBlm 
Er'udite, Bf-Ht 
Erudi'tion, ie»-DBlin 
Eru'ginouB, J88- J-Ns 
Erup'tion, B^-Pslitt 
Erup'tlve, E^-Pt-V 
Eryn'go, E»-NG-a 
Erysip'elaa, Ess-P-is 
Erysipel'atous, Be^P-£- 

Ts 
Erysip'elous, Es'-P-is 
Escalade', S'-E-Zd 
Escal'op, Si-E-i-P 
Esoal'oped, a^-K-L-vt 
Escapade', S»-K-Pd 
Escape', sa-K-P, sa-K-Pt, 

SS-K-P-NG 
Escape'ment, S^ - E - P ■ 

Mnt 
Escarp', S'-E-R-p, si-E-iZ- 

Pt, Si-K-iB-P-NG ■ 

Iscarp'ment, S^-K-B- 

F-Mnt 
Eschalot', SS^Lt 
Es'char, St-K-'B 
Escharot'ic, S'-K-Rt-K 
Escbatol'ogy, B'-Et-i-j 
Escheat', S» - OHt, S» - CH- 

Td, S«-C!Ht(-) 
Escheat'able, B'-CHt-Bl- 
Eschew, Ss-CH, S8-CHd, 

SS.-CH-NG 
Es'cort, S«-Ert 
Escort', Si-Krt, Si-Er-Td, 

Si-Krt-NG 
Escritoire', S»-Krt-Wr 
Eserito'riai, S^-Er-T-iJl 
Es'crow, S2-Kr 
Es'ouage, a^K-3 
Escula'flan, S'-E-£-Pii 
Es'culent, S^-E-int 
Escu'rial, SS-E-iil 
Escutch'eon, af-K-CEn 
Esod'io, S'-D-E 
Esoph'agus, gi-F-Gs 
Esoter'ic, St^-fl-E 
Espal'ier, Si-P-i-E 
Espe'oial,Ss.P-SHl [S^- 

P] 
Espe'cially, S'-T-SHl 

[S2-P] 

Espi'al, S'-P-L 
Es'pionage, S'-Pn-J 
Esplanade', Ss-Pl-N-D 
Espcus'al, S'-Pz-L 
Espouse', S'-Pz, S'-Pzd, 

Si-Pz-NG 
EspouB'er, S'-P-Zr 



ETA 

Esprit de corps, S^-Prd- 

Er 
Espy', Si-P, Si-Pd, S'- 

P-NG 
Es'quimau, S^-K-M 
Es'quimaux, S'-E-Mz ' 
Esquire', Si-Kw-E, S>- 

Ew-«d, Si-Ew-E-NG 
Esquisse', S^-Es 
Essay', 8*, sa-D, S^-NG 
Es'say, S' 
Essay'er, S^-B 
Es'sayist, Sst^ 
Bs'sence, Snss, S^-Nst, S^- 

Nb-NG . , - 

Essene*, 6n> - j 

Essenes', Sub^ ^ 

Essen'tial, sa - N - 8E1 

[Snii] 
EssSntial'ity,.S>-N-SHl-T 
Esseu'tialness, a'-TH-SHl- 

Ns 
Essen'tially, S=-N-5H1 

[Sn2] 
Estab'lish, SP - B - i - SH, 

Sti-B-i-Sir-T, Sti-B- 

Z-SH-NG [Sti-B, Sti- 

Bt, 8t>-BC) 
Estab'lisher, 8ti-B-£- 

SHr [Sti-B-8Hr] 
Establishment, 8ti-B-X- 

8H-Mnt [Sti-B-Mnt] 
Estafet', SS-Tf-T 
Estafette', 82-Tf-T 
Estate', 8:'Tt 
Esteem', St8-M, Sta-Md, 

StJ-M-NG 
Esthet'ics, g'-TH-T-Es 
Es'timable, St:-M-Bl 
Es'timableness, Sf- M - 

Bl-Ns t!Bs: 
Es'timate, -Sts-Mt, 8t:-M- 

Td, Bf-MtCO 
Estima'tion, Sta-MBhn 
Es'timative, St^-Mt-V 
Es'timator, Sts-Mtr 
Es'tivalisa-T-Vl 
Estira'tlon, Sts-Vshn 
Estop', Sti-P, 8ti-Pt, St>- 

P-N& 
Estop'pel, Sti-Pl 
Esto'vers, SS-T-Vre 
Estrade', S^-Trd 
Estrange', sa-Tr-N-J, 88- 

Tr-N-Jd, Sa-Tr-N-J-NG 
Estrange'ment, 8>-Tr-N- 

J-Mnt 
Est^apade', S«-Tr-Pd 
Bstray', S^-Tr 
Estreat', S^-Trt, S3.Tp-Td, 

8»-Trt(-) 
Estrepe'ment, S^-Tr-P- 

Mnt 
Est'uary, B'-l-B 
Est'uate, sa-T-T 
Estua'tiou, S'-TBbs 
Esu'rient, a'-Rnt 
Es'urine, B^Rn 
Etagere', T>-ZHf 
Etat' Major, T^M-ZHr 



ETC 

Etc. (Et oet'era), TS-sTr 
Etch, 0H2, CHta, CHS-Na 
Etoh'er, CHr" 
Eteh'ing, CHS-NG 
Eter'nal-ly, Trz-NI 
Etemal'ity, Tr'-Nl-T 
Eter'nity, 'rr«-N-T 
Eter'nlze, TrS-Nz, Tr^- 

Nzd. Tr2-Nz-NG 
Ete'sian, Tz«-N 
E'thal, THia 
E'ther, THi-a 
Ethe'real, TH«-??1 
Ethe'realize, TH' - iJlz, 

THS .Rlzd, THS-Blz-NG 
Ethe'reous, TH»-iJs" 
Etheriza'tion, THrzgima 
E'therize, THrz', THrza^, 

THrz»-NG 
Etli'io, TH2-K 
Eth'ioal-ly, TH^-Kl 
Eth'ios, TH2-Kg 
E'thiop, TH8-P 
Ethio'piaii, TH^-Pu 
EtMop'ic, THi-P-K 
Eth'moid, THS-Md 
Ethmoid'al, XHi-M-Dl 
Eth'naroh, TH^-Nr-K 
Eth'nio, TH2-N-K 
Eth'uioal, TH^-N-Kl 
EthnOg'Fapher, TH'-N- 

Gr-Fr 
EtlinogTaph''ic, THi-N- 

Grf-K 
Ethnograph'ical, TE^ - 

N-Gr-T-El 
Ethnog'rapliy, THi-N- 

Gr-F' 
Ethnolog'io, THi-Nl-J-K 
Ethnolog'ical, THi-Nl-J- 

Kl 
• Ethnorogiat, THi-Nl-Jst 
Ethnol'ogy, THi-Nl-J 
Etholog'ic, TH'-i-J-K 
Etholog'ioal, THi-i-J-Kl 
Bthol'ogy, THi-i-J 
B'thule, THa-L 
E'tiolate, eT'-Lt, eTS-X- 

Td, eT=-it-NG 
Etiola'tion, eT»-ishn 
Etiol'ogy, eTi-£-J 
Etiquette', TS-Kt 
Etui', Tw3 
Etymolog'ical-ly, Ti-M- 

L-3-KI 
Etymolog'ioon, T'-M-£- 

J-Kn 
Btymol'ogist, T'-M-i- Jst 
Etymol'ogize, T'-M-i-Jz 
Etymol'ogy, T'-M-Z-J 
Et'ymon, T^-Mn 
Eu'oharist, ys-Krst 
Euoharist'io, Ya-Krs-T-A 
Euoharist'ioal, T»-Krs-T- 

Kl 
Eu'ohro, Y»-Kr 
Eude'monism, Ts-D-Mn- 
^Z-M (orYda-Mn-Z-M) 
Eudiom'eter, Td'-Mtr 
Eudiomet'rio, Yds-Mtr-K 



91 

Eudiomet'rical, Yd^-Mtr 

■KI 
Eudiom'etty, Yd'-M-Tr 
Eu'logist, YF-Jst 
Eulogist'io, Y13-Jst-K 
Eulogis'tical, Yl^- Jst-K-L 
Eulo'gium, Yis-J-M 
Eulogize, Yl»-Jz, Y13-Jzd, 

Yisjz-NG * 
Eulogy, Yl'-J 
Eu'nuch, Y3-N-K 
Eu'nuohism, Y^-N-K-zM 
Eupato'Tium, Y^-P-Tr-M: 
Eupep'sy, y^-p-p-S 
Eupep'tio, ys-P-P-T-K 
Eu'phemism, Ys-r-Mz-M 
Euphemis'tio, Y»-F-Ms-T 

-K 
Euphemis'tical, Ys-r- 

Ms-T-Kl 
Eu'phe'mize, Y'-F-Mz, 

Y'-F-Mzd, Y3-F-MZ-NG 
Euphon'io, YLFn-K 
Buphou'ioal, Y'-Fn-K-Ii 
Eupho'nious, Y»-F-Ns 
Eu'phonism, Y^-F-Nz-M 
Eu'phony, Ys-F-N 
EuphorTjia, Y'-Fr-B 
Eu'phrasy, Y^-Fr-S 
Eu'phuism, Y3-F-Z-M 
Eu'phuist, T'l-Pst 
Euphuist'ic, Y"-Fs-T-K 
Euroo'lydou, Yi-JJ-Kl-Dn 
Europe'an, Ys-ij-Pn 
Eu'rus, YS-iJa 
Eu'rythiny, Y^-B-TK-M 
Eusta'chiau, Ys^T-Kn 
Euter'pean, Y^-Tr-Pn 
Euthana'sia, Y^-THn-Z 
Euthan'asy, Y>-THn-S 
Eutyoli'ian, Y^-T-Kn 
Eutyoh'iaus, Y'-T-Kna 
Eyac'uaut, Vi-K-Nt 
Evao'uate, Vi-K-T, V«-K- 

Td, Vi-K-T-NG 
Eyaaua'tion, eY'-Kshn 
Evao'uatiye, eV'-K-Tv 
Evao'uator, eV>-Ktr 
Evade', Vad^, V^-Dd, Vd2- 

NG 
Evaga'tion, V2-Gshn 
Eyanes'cenoe, Vs-Ns^Ns 
Evanes'oent, ys-Ns-Nt 
Byan'gel, V'-N-J (-L) 
Evangel'ic, Y'-S-3-L- 

K [V2-N-J-K] 
Evangel'ioal-ly, V^-N-J- 

i-Kl [VS-N-J-Kl] 
Evangericism, V^- N - J- 

i-szM [V2-N-J-azM] 
Evau'gelism, Vi-N-J-£-Z 

-M [V'-N-J-zMl 
Eyan'gelist, Vi-N-J-£st 

[Vl-N-Jst] 
Evangeliza'tion, ys-N- 

3-Lzshn 
Evan'gelize; Vi-N-J-Xz, 

Yi-N-J-izd, Vi-N-J-iz- 

NG 
Eyan'ish, Yn^-SB 



BYI 

Evap'orable, Y'-Pr-Bl 
Evap'orate, V'-Prt, V- 

Pr-Td, Vi-Prtc) 
Eyapora'-tibn, Vs-Prshn 
Evap'orative, yi-Prt-V 
Eva'sion, Vzhn" 
Eva'siye, Vs^-V 
Eya'sively, Va^-V-X 
Eva'sivenesB. Vs«-T-Na 
Eve, eV» 

Eyeo'tion, V»-£KBhn 
E'yen, Vns, Vnds. Vu»-NG 
E'yener, V^-Nr 
B'veu-lianded, Yn^ - Iln- 

Bd 
E'veuing, Vn'-NG 
E'vening-star, Vn* - NG - 

bT-B (or -NGatr) 
B'venly, Y'-Kl 
E'yennesB, Vn'-Na 
Eyenf , Vnts 
Bvent'fta, Vnt2-F (-L)> 
E'ventide, V=-N-Td 
Bveut'ual, V^-Nt-L . : 
Eveutual'ity, Vi-Nfci^ 
Eyent'uallyrVntii.£ 
Bvent'uate, V^-Nt-T, V^ 

Nt-Td, V2-Nt-T-NG 
Ey-er, Vr2 [YS] 
Er'erglade, Vra-GJd 
By'ergreeu, Vi^Qra 
Bverlast'ing, Vri-Zst(') 
EverlaBt'ingiy, Vii-£st- 

NG-L , 

Everliv'ing, Tr»-X-V-NG 
Evermore', Vra-Mr 
Ever'sion, Vrslm» 
Evert', eYrt«, cYr'-Td. 

eVrtC)2 
Bv'ery, Vr» 
Ev'erybody, Vr^-B-D 
Ey<ery-day, Vr^-D 
Bv'ery-one, Vr^-Wn 
Ev'ery-where, Yr^-Jj 
Evict', V8-K-T, V?-K-Ta, 

V8-K-T-NG 
Evic'tiou, V-Kahn 
Ev'ideuoe, Vd^-Na, Vd=- 

Nst. Vd!i-N3-NG 
Ev'ident, VdS-Nt 
Eviden'tial, Vda-N-SHl 
Evidently, Yd^-Nt-L 
E'vil, VIS 

E'vil-doer, Vis-D-B 
E'vil-eye, YV-i 
E'vil-eyed, Vls-i-D 
E'vil-favored, Vis-F-Vrcl 
E'vil-minded, Yl'-Mu- 

Dd 
E'vilness, Yis-Ns 
E'vil-speaking, Vl'-aP- 

K-NG [VP-aPC)] 
Evince', V*-Na, YS-Nat, 

va-Ns-NG 
Evin'cible, V^-Ns-Bl 
Evin'cive, Vs-Na-V 
Evis'cerate, Ys'-fit, Vs* 

B-Td, YsS-iSt-NG 
Evisoera'tion, Vs'-Bahn 
Ev'itable, V»-T-B1 



EVO 
EToke', V2-K, V2-K-T, V2- 

K-sa 

lEiTola'tion, V=-Zslin 
Ev'olute, V-it 
Evolu'tion, vs-ishn 
Evolu'tionary, vs-islm- 

n 

Evolve', Vl>-V 

Evul'sion, V»-Lslm 

Ewe, Y3 

Ew'er, Y^-B 

Ex- S.S' 

Ezac'erbate or Exacer- 
bate, K-BST'oril-Bt, K- 
BSr'orii-B-Td, K-sSrW!!- 
Bt(-) . 

Exacerba'tion, E-bSt'- 
Bshn 

Exacerbes'cence, K - 
6Sr!-Bs-Ns 

Exact', Esi-Et, EB-E-Td'. 
Esi-Et-NG [BEti,BE-Tdi, 
sKtJ-NG: 

Exact'er, Es'-Etr 

Exac'tion, Esi-Eshn 

Exacfitude, EB-Ei-Tdi 

Exact'ly, Es-Et-£i [sEt- 

Exaot'ness, Kb' - Et - Ns 

[sKt'-Ks: 
Exaot'or, EB>-Etr , 
Ezag'gerate, E-sJrti, E 

BJr'-Td, E-BJrt(')i 
ExagBera'tiou,E-sJTSbn> 
Exag'geratory. E-BJrti- 

R 
Exalt', E-6Zti, E-oii-Td. 

E-sit'-Na 
Exalta'tion, E-B£^Tshn 
Exam'inable, E - bH - N - 

Bli 
Examina'tion, E' - sM - 

Nshn [BM'-Nslm] 
Exam'ine, KI-bMh, E'- 

sMnd.Ei-sMn-Na [sMn^ 

sMndi, sMni-NQ] 
Examinee', E>-sM-Ne 
Exam'iner, Ei-sM-Nr 
Exam'ple, E-sM-FU 
Exan'imate, Es-II-M-T> 
Exanthe'ma, Es-N-TE^- 

M 
Exanthem'ata, Es-N- 

THS-M-T 

Ex'arch, E-sB=-K 
Exarch'ate, E-BRi-Et 
Exas'perate, Ess-P'-iit, 

Ess-Pi-K-Td, Ess-pi-iJt- 

NG 
Exaspera'tlon, Ebb-Ps- 

Kahn 
Excandes'cence, Es - 

Knd-Snsa *■ 
Excaudes'cent, EB-Ecd- 

Snts 
Excar'nate, Ei-sEr-Nt 
Ex'cavate, Es-E-vt", Es- 

E-Va-Td, Es-E-Vt(-)a 
Excava'tiou, Es-E-TBim: 
Excava'toT, Es-E-Yti> 



/ 93 

Exceed', Es-D», KB-Dd', 
kb-d'-ng 

Exceedingly, Es-D^-NQl 
Excel', E-Bi2, E-Bid2, E- 

6i!!-NG 

Ex'cellenoe, E-B£ns' 
Ex'cellenoy, E-sin»-S 
Ex'cellent, E-s^nf 
Ex'oellently, E-Bints-i 
Excel'sioT, K-bL'-bR 
Excen'trio, Es^-Ntr-E 
Except', KB-Pta.Es-ps-Td. 

Es-Pt(-)' 
Except'ing, Es-Pto' 
Excep'tion, Es-Pshu' 
Excep'tionable, Es - 

PBhna-B(-L) 
Excep'tioual, EB-Pslm~ 

L 
Excep'tionlesa,Es-P8hn2 

-La 
Excep'tious, Es-P^-zSHs 
Exoept'ive, Es-Pts-v 
Except'or, Es-Ptr* 
Excern', E-bBh^ 
Excerpt', K-sfii'-Pt, E- 

siS»-P-Td, E-sBS-PtC) 
Excerp'tion, E-sBS-Pshn 
Excerp'tor, E-sB*-Ptr 
Excess', Ebs^ 
Excessive, Ess-V« 
Excess'iveiy, Eas-vs-i 
Ex-chan'cellor, Eb-CH'- 

Ns-L-B [Ks-CHl-sL-R] 
Exchange', Ks-CHs-N-J, 

Ks-CH2-N-Jd, Ks-CH!1-N- 

J-NG [Ks-CHS, Es.CHd2, 

Es-CH(-)2] 
Exchangeabil'ity, Es- 

CH3-N-J-Blt [KS-CH3- 

Blt] 
Exchange'able, Es-CH^- 

N-J-Bl [ES-CH2-B1] 
Exchan'ger, Es-CH^-N-Jr 

[EB-0H2-Jr] 
Excheq'uer, Es-CHS-Er. 

Ks-CH2-Erd, EB-CHS-Kr- 

NG 
Excheq'uer-bill, . Es - 

CH2-Er-Bl 
Excls'able, E-sZ»-Bl 
Excise', (to cut off), Ebb*, 

Ess-Ti, Ebs>-NG 
Excise', (to levy an ex- 
cise), E-sZ>, £-sZdi, E- 

bZ'-NG 
Excise'man, E-aZi-Mn 
Excise'men, K-bZ> !Mii' 
Excis'ion, Ksihr^ 
Excitabil'ity, Es-T'-Blt 
Excit'able, Es-Ti-Bl 
Excit'ant, Ks-Tiit> 
Bxoita'tion, Ks-TBhn" 
Excit'ative, Es-Ti-Tv 
Bxoit'atory, Es-Ti-T-B 
Excite', Kb-TI, Es-TdV 

Es-T'-NG 
Excite'ment, Es-Ti-Mnt 
Exoit'er, E-sTri 
Excit'ing, Es-Ti-NG 



EXC 

Excit'ive, Es-Tt> 
Exclaim', Es!-El-M, Eb«- 

Kl-Md, KB2-E1-M-NG 
Exclaim'er, Es'-El-Hr 
Exclama'tion, Es' - El - 

Msbn 
Exclam'ative, Es-El-Mt- 

VI 
Exclam'atory, Es-El-Mt- 

Bi 
Exclude', Es'-Eia, Es- 

El-T)d8, EsS-Eia-NG 
Exclu'sion, EB»-Elzbn 
Exclu'sionist, Es^-Elzhn 

-St 
Exolu'sive, Es-Els-V 
Exolu'sively, Es-Ela-V- 

L 
Exclu'siveness, Es - Els- 

V»-N8 
Exclu'sory, Eb-E1-sB» 
Excog'itate, Es-E-J'-Tt, 

Es-E-J'-T-Td, Es-E-J»- 

TtC) 
Excogitation, Es-E-J>- 

IshB 
Excommu'nicable, Es' 

:N-E-B1 
Excommu'nicate, Es' 

:N-Et, E6»:N-E-Td, Es« 

:N-Et-NO 
Excommunica'tion, E8> 

:N-Eslm 
Excommu'nicator, Es' 

:N-Etr 
Exoo'riate, Es-K-B'-T, 

Ks-E-Bii-Td, Es-K-Bt2- 

KG 
Excoiia'tion,Es-E-Bslin' 
ExcoTtica'tion, Es-E-B^ 

T-Eshn 
Bx'crementi ES-sEr-Mnt 
Excrement'al, E'-sEri 

Mnt 
Excrementi'tious, E- 

sKr-Mnt-SHsS 
Excres'cenoe, E'-sErs- 

Ns 
Exorea'cent, E'-sErs-Nt 
Excrete', E»-sErt, E-sEr- 
. Td8, K!-sErt-NG 
Excre'tion, E^-sErshn 
Bx'oretive, E-sErt-V» 
Ex'oretory, E-sKr-T»-B 
ExcTu'ciate, E-sEr-SH^- 

T, K-sEr-SH»-Td, E-sEr- 

SHt»-NG 
Excrucia'tion, E - sEr - 

SHshn! 
Bxcul'pable, Es-El-ps-Bl 
Excul'pate, Es-El-Pts, 

KB-El-P2-Td, Es-El-Ptc)^ 
Exoulpa'tion, Es - Kl - 

Pshn» 
Exoul'patory, Es-El-ps- 

T-fl 
Exour'sion, K^-sKrshu 
Bxcur'Bionist, E^'sErBhu 

-St 
Exour'sive, K-sErs-T« 



EVO 

Evooa'tion, v»-Kslm 
Exour'sively, K-sKrs-V2. 

L 
Uxcur'siveness, K-sErs- 

V2-NS 
Sxcur'sus, E--sErB3 
Excus'able-y, Ks-Kz-Bis 
Excus'ableness, Ks-Ez- 

Bia-N3 
Exous'atory, Ks-Kz-TS-fl 
Excuse', £b3-Ez, Es^-Ezd, 

Kss-Kz-NG 
Excuse', Ks»-Ks 
Excus'er, Es-E-Zis 
Ex'eorable-y, E-sEr-Bl" 
Ex'ecrate, E^-EErt, E-sEr 

-Tfls, Ea-sErt-Na 
Execra'tion, E^-sErshn 
Ex'ecratory, K-sKr-TS-B 
Ee'ecute, Es>-£t, Ea-E- 

Td!i, EsS-Et-NG 
Six'ecuter, Es<!-Etr 
Execu'tion, Es^-EbIui 
Execu'tioner, Es^-Eslm- 

B 
Exec'utive, Es-Et-ys 
Exeo'utor, Esa-Etr 
Executo'rial, Es-E-T»-Bl 
Exec'utorship, Ee^- Etr- 

SH-P 
Exeo'utory, Es-K-T'-B 
Exec'utress, Es-E-Trss 
Exec'utrix, Es-E-Tt'-Es 
Exege'sis, Es-Jsb'! 
Ex'egete, Es-W 
Exeget'ic, Es-Jta-K 
Exeget'ioal, EB-Jt^-El 
Exeget'ios, EB-Jt^-Es 
Exem'plar, E-sM-Pls-B 
Ex'emplanly, E-sM-Fl>- 

R\ 
Ex'etnplariness, E - sM - 

Pia-B-Ns 
Ex'emplary, E-sM-PP-B 
Exemplifica'tion, E-bM- 

Pl£=-Eshn 
Exem'plifler, K-sM-PP- 

Exem'plify, E-bM-P1>-F, 

E-sM-J>12-ra, E-SM-P12- 

F-NG 
Exempt', E'-sMt, E-sM- 

Tds, E2-sMtC) 
Exetnp'tion, E--sMsIin 
Exequa'tur, Es^-Ewtr 
Ex'equies, Es'-Kwz 
Bx'eQ.uy, E8*-Ew 
Ex'ercisable, E-sBszi-B- 

L 
Ex'ercise, E-sAsz', E- 

bBszS-D, K-sBsz2-KG 
Ex'erciser, E-sBbz^-B 
Ex'ercisible, E-sBBzi-B-L 
Exercita'tiou, E - bBs° - 

TBhn 
Exergue', E-bB»-G 
Exert', E-sBt2, K-sB»-Ta, 

E-sBts-NG 
Bxer'tion, E-BBBhn» 
Exfo'liate, Es-Fii-Lt, Es- 



93 ■ ^ 

F«-Z-Td, Es-ra-Xt-NG 
EzfoUa'tlon, Es-F2-i,slm 
Exhal'able, E-sH-XS-Bl 
Exhal'ant, E-sH-i^iit> 
Exhala'tiou, E-sH-Zshn' 
Exhale', E-sH-Z.:, E-bH- 

ida, E-sH-Z,2-]SG 
Exhaust', Ess-T>, Eeb- 

Tdi, EsB-Ti-NG 
Exhaust'er, Ess-Ti-B 
Bxhaust'ible, Ebb-T'-BI 
Exhaust'iou, Ess-CHni 
Exhaust'ive, Ess-Tvi 
ExhauBtless, Ess-Ti-Xs 
Exhereda'tion, E-BH^Ba- 

DBhn 
Exhib'it,Es-Bt», Es-B^- 

Ta,*KB-Bt(-)» 
Exhib'iter, EB-Btr« 
Exhibi'tiou, Es-Bshn' 
Exl^ibi'tioner, Es-^BhnS- 

B 
Exhib'itive, Es-Bts-V 
Exhil'arant, E-s£3.Bnt 
Exhil'arate,E-s£»-Bt, K- 

Bi3-B-Td, E-B£8-Bt-NG 
Exhilara'tion, E - ^L^ - 

Bshn 
Exhort', E-sBti E-bB'- 

Td, E-sBt'-NG 
Exhorta'tiou, E - bB' - 

Tshn 
Exhor'tative, K-bB^-T- 

Tv > 
Exhor'tatory, E - sBi- T- 

T-B 
Exhort'er, K-sBtri 
Exhuma'tiou, K' - sH - 

Mshn 
Exhume', ES-bH-M, E'- 

BH-Md, ES-sH-M-NG 
Ex'igence, Es- Jub' 
Ex'lgenoy, Eb- Jn^-S 
Ex'igeut, Eb- Jnta 
Exigu'ity, Ee-6hT' 
Exig'uous, Es-G-S" 
Ex'lle, Es-LS, Es-Ld2, Es- 

La-NG 

xile', Es-Li 
Exist', ESS-T3, Kss-Tds, 

Ess-TS-NG 
Exist'enoe, Kss-Tns' 
Exlst'enoy, EBs-Tn'-S 
Bxist'ent, Esff-Tnt' 
Ex'it, Eb-T" 

Ex-mln'ister, K'-sM-Nstr 
Ex'ode, Es-Da 
Ex'odus, Es-Dbs 
Ex-ofll'oial, Ks-F'-SHl 
Ex oflB.'cio,Es-P«-«fl' 
Ex'ogen, Es-Jna 
Exog'enous, Es-J'-Ks 
Ex'on, Esa-N 
Exon'erate, EB>-Nrt, Es 

Nr-Tdi, Esi-Nrt-NG 
Exonera'tion, Esa-Nrsbn 
Exon'erative, KB-Nr-Tv' 
Ex'orable, E-bB'-B1 
Exor'bitance, E ■ sB' - B- 

Tns 



KXO 



Exor'bitancy, E-bB1-B- 

Tn-S 
Exor'bitant, E-sBi-B-Tnt 
Exor'bitantly, E-sBi-B- 

Tnt-L 
Ex'orcise, E-BBa-Sz (See 

Exercise), E-Biea-Szd, K- 

sB^-Sz-NG 
Ex'orciser, K-sSa-Sz-E 
Ex'orcism, K-sBa-Sz-M"^ 
Ex'orcist, K-sBa-Sst 
Exor'dia, E-bB'-D 
Exor'dJal, K-sBi-D-L 
Exor'dium, E-sB'-D-M 
Exorua'tlon, E-sBa-Nstan 
Ex'osmose, E-sSa-Ms 
Exosto'sis, Es-TsBa 
Exoter'io, Ks-Ta-B-E 
Exoter'ioal, Eb-ts-b-ki 
Ex'otery, Es-ia-B 
Exot'ic, Es-Ti-E 
Exot'ical, Eb-T'-EI 
Bxot'icism, Ks-TI-bzM 
Expand', EB-Pndi, Ks- 

Pni-Dd, Es-Pndi-NG 
Expanse', Es-Pnsi 
Expansibil'ity, EB-Pnss- 

B-it 
Expam'sible, Es - Fnsi - B 

{-D 
Bxpau'sile, Es-pi-Ns-L 
Expan'slon, Ks-Pi-Nshn 
Bxpan'sive, Ks-Pns'-V 
Bxpan'siveness, Ks-Pnsi 

-V-Na [!Vs] 
Ex-par'te, Es-Pi-B-T 
Expa'tiate, Ks-'P^'-sm, 

Ks-pa-sif.Td, Es-pa.SJ?t- 

NG 
Expatia'tion, Es - pa - 

SHsbn 
Bxpa'tlator, Es-pa-SHtr 
Bxpa'triate, Es-pa-Trt, 

Es-pa-Tr-Td, Ks-pa-Trt(-) 
Expatria'tion, Eb - pa - 

Trshn 
Expect', Es-pa-Et, Es-pa- 

K-Td, Ks-pa-Et-NG tsPa- 

Et, sPa-E-Td, sPa-Et -SG] 
Expect'able, Es-pa-Et-Bl 
Expect'auce, Ks - pa - E - 

Tns 
Expect'auoy, Es-pa.E- 

Tn-S 
Expeot'ant, Es-pa-K-Tnt 
Expeota'tion, Es-pa-E- 

Tshn 
Expeot'er, Es-pa-Etr 
Expeo'torant, Ks-pa-E-T- 

Bnt 
Expeo'torate, Es-P--E-T- 

Bt, Es-pa-K-T-B-Td, Es- 

pa-E-T-Et-NG 
Expectora'tion, Ks-pa-E- 

T-Bshn 
Expeo'torative, Ea-pa-E- 

T-Bt-V 
Bxpe'dience, Es-P3-Dns 
Bxpe'diency, Es-P'-Dn-S 
Expe'dient, Es-pa-Dnt 



EXP 

Expe'diently, Ks-PS-Dnt- 

L 
Ex'pedite, Ks-P»-Dt, K»- 

P2-D-Td, Ks-P2-Dt(') 
Ex'peditely, Ks-P^Dt-Jt 
Expedi'tion, Ks-P»-Dslm 
Expedi'tious, Es-ps-B- 

saa 
Expedi'tiously, Ks-P'-D- 

SSe-L 
Expedi'tioosness, Ks-V- 

D-SHs-Ns 
Expel', Ks-pa-L, Ks-ps-Ld, 

KS-P2-L-NG 
' Expel'latile, Ks-ps-i-Bl 
Expedient, Ks-pa-int 
Expel'ler, Ks-Pi^X-K 
Expening, Ks-Ps-L-NG 
Expend', Ks-Pnds, Es-Pn^ 

Dd, Ks-Pnds-Nft 
Expend'iture, Es-Pn'- 

Dtr 
Expense', Ks-Pnss 
Expense'less, Es-ps-Ns- 

Lb 
Expen'sive^ Ks-PnsS-V 
Expeu'sively, Ks-Pus^- 

V-i 
Expen'sivenesB, Es-Pns^ 

-V-Ns [iVs] 
Expe'rience, Es-P^-Jins, 

Es-pa-«nst, Es-PS-;Jns- 

ma [sPms', sPrnsts, 

BPrns'-NG] 
Expe'rienced, Es - P^ - 

ienst tsPmst"] 
Exper'iment, K - sPi* - 

Mnt. E-BPr^-IIp-Td, E- 

BPr^-Mnt-NG 
Experiment'ally, K-sPr= 

Mnt-X [E-sPi^iMiit] 
Experimenf alist, E-sPr^ 

Mut-Xst 
Exper'imenteT, E - sPr^ - 

Mntr 
Expert', K-sPrts 
Expert'ly, E-sPrt=-£ 
Expert'ness, E-sPrts-Ns 
Ex'piable, Ks-PS-Bl 
Ex'piate, Ks-Ps-T, Ee-Pi^ 

Td, KS-P2-T-NG 
Expia'tion, Es-Pslm^ 
Bx'piator, Es-Ptr^ 
Ex'piatory, Es-P^-T-S 
Expira'tion, Ks-t'-Rsbn 
Expi'ratory, Es-pi-iZ-T-B 
Expire', Ee-pi-R, Es-P>- 

Kd, Ks-Pi-ie-NG 
Explain', Es-Pln», Es- 

Plnds. E8-Pln»-HG 
Explain'able, Es-Pln^-B 

Explain'er, Es-Pls-JTr 
Explana'tion, Eb-PI"- 

Nshn 
' Explam'atory, Es-Plni-T- 

R 
Ex'pletive, Es-PI^-Tt 
Ex'pletory, Es-Pls-T-iS 
Ex'plicable, Es-Pl'-E-Bl 



94 

Ex'plioate, Ks-Pl»-Et, Ks- 

P12-E-Td, Es-Pis-Kt-NG 
Explica'tion, Es - Fl' - 

Eshn 
Ex'plicative, Es-Pl^-Efc- 

V 
Ex'plioatory, Es - PI2 - E- 

T-« 
Ex'plioator, Es-Pl^-Etr 
Explio'it, Es-Plss-T 
ExpUc'itly, Es-Pls8-T-r 
Explio'itness, Es-Pl6»-T- 

Ns 
Explode', Ks-PIdS Es- 

P12-Dd, Ks-Pld(-)» 
Explod'er, Es-Pl^-Dr 
Exploit', Es-Plti , 
Exploita'tion, Es - W • 

Tshn 
Explora'tion, Es-Pl*- 

Bsim 
Ex'plorator, Es-Pl^-Btr 
Explor'atory, Es-Pls-iJ- 

T-S 
Explore', Es-Pl^-B, Es- 

Pl!-Bd, ES-PI2-K-NG 
Explor'er, Es-Pl^-Er 
Explo'sion, EB-PlzhnS 
Explo'sive, Eb-P1s»-V 
Bxplo'sively, Ks-PUa-V- 

L 
Expolla'tion, Es-P'-Zshn 
Expo'nent, Es-Pn^Nt 
Exponen'tial, Es-Pni-N- 

SBl 
Export', Es-P!-«t, Es-P»- 

B-Td, Es-PS-JJt-NG 
Ex'port, Es-pa-«t 
Export'able, Es-ps-Bt-Bl 
Exporta'tion, Es - Ps - i! - 

Tshn 
ExpOrt'er, Es-P2-Ktr 
Expose', Es-Pz2, Ks-Pzds, 

EsPz2-NG 
Expose' [eks-po-za'], Es- 

pii-Z 
Expos'edness, Es-Pzs-D- 

NS 
Expos'er, Ks-P^-Zr 
Exposi'tion, Es-PzzAn^ 
Bxpos'itive, Ks-Pz'-Tv 
Expos'itor, Es-Pztri 
Expos'itory, Ks-Pzi-T-a 
Ex post fac'to, Es-Ps'-F- 

E-T 
Expost'ulate, Es - Ps' - T- 

Lt, Es-Ps»-T-i-Td, Es- 

Ps'-T-it-NG 
Expostula'tiou, Ks - Ps' - 

T-Lshn 
Expost'ulator, Es-Ps»-t- 

£tr 
Expost'ulatory, Es-Pa'- 
'T-Lt-li 

Expos'ure, Es-P^-ZHr 
Expound', Es-Pndi, Es- 

Pu'-Dd, Es-Pndi-NG 
Bxpound'er, Es-Pcdr> 
Ex-Fres'ident, E - sPrz>- 

Dnt 



EXT 

Express', E - sPrs', E- 

BPrst", K-sPrs2-NG 
Express'age, E-sPrsS-J 
Express'ible, E-sFrs'-Bl 
Expres'sion, E-sPrBhn" 
Expres'sionless, E - 

sPrshnS-iB 
Expreas'ive, E-BPrs'-V 
Express'ively, E-sPrs'- 

y-L 
Express'iyeness, E-BPrs^ 

V-Ns [iVs] 
Expressi'TO, K-BPrsa-T 
Express'ly, E-sPr^-si 
Expro'pnate, E-sPr»-Prt 
Expugn', Es-Pn», Es- 

Pnds, Ks-Pn»-KG 
Expug'nable, Eb-P»-G- 

N-Bl 
Expugn'able, Es-Pii»-B 

(-L) 
Expugna'tion, Es-ps-G- 

Nshn 
lExpugn'er, Es-P^-Nr 
Expul'sion, Es-PS-iBhn 
Expul'sive, EB-pa-iB-V 
Expunc'tion, Es-pa- 

KGBhn 
Expunge', Es-Pn^-J, Eb- 

Pii2-Jd, EB-Ptf-J-NG 
Ex'purgate or Expur*- 

gate, K-BPr2-Gt, E-sPrS- 

G-Td, E-sPr2-Gt-NG 
Expurga'tion, E - sPrS - 

Gshn 
Ex'purgator or Expur'- 

gator, E-sPr=-Gtr 
Expur'gatory, E-sPrs-G- 

r-R 
Ex'quisite, Es-Ewz-T' 
Ex'quisitely, Eb-Ewz-T»- 

Ci 
Ex'cLulsiteness, Es-Ewz- 

T2-N8 

Exsan'guious, Es - NG - 

Gw-Sl 
Exscind', E3-BNd 
Exseo'tion, Ks'-Eshn 
Ex-Sen'ator, K^-sNtr 
Exsio'cant, Es^-dCnt 
Ex'siocate or Exsic'- 

oate, EsSoi-s-Et, Es-E- 

TdUr', Es2oi-8-Et-NG 
Exsicca'tion, Es'-Eshn 
Exsio'oative, Ks-Kt-Tn 
Exspui'tion, Es-ps-SHn 
Exsuc'tion, E'-siiEshu 
Exsuda'tion, Es-Dsbn' 
Exsude', Eb-DS 
Bx'tant, Es-Tnt« 
Bx'tasy, Bs-T'-S 
Bxtempora'neous, Es - 

T2-M-Pr-Ns [sTS-Pr-Ns] . 
Extempora'neously, Es 

T2-M-Pr-Ns-L 
Extem'porary, Es-TS-JI- 

Pr-B 
Extem'pore, E8-T»-M-Pr 
Extemporiza'tion, Eib- 

T«-M-Prz»ftn , 



EXT 

Extem'porize, Ka-Ts-M- 

Prz, Ks-T2-M-Przd, Ks- 

T3-M-Prz-NG 
£iXteiu''porizer, Es-T^-M- 

Pr-Zr 
Extend', Ks-Tnda, Ks-Tn^ 

-Dd, Ks-Tnd2.NG 
Extend'er, Ks-Tndr! 
Extend'ible, Es - Tnd> - B 

E-xtensibil'ity, Ks-T'-Ns- 

Elt 
Ezten'Bible, Ks-T2-Ns-Bl 
Exten'sile, Kb-T^-Ks-L - 
Exteu'sion, Es-T^Nslm. 

Bee Extenuation, 
Exteu'sionist, Es - T^ - 

Nshn-St 
Exten'sive, Ks-T2-Ns-V 
Exten'sively, Ks-TS-Ns- 

V-L 
Exten'siveness, Ks-T^- 

Ns-V-Ns [Ks-TuB^iVs] 
Exten'sor, Ks-Ts-Ns-B 
Extent', Ks-Tnt2 
Exten'uate, Es-T'-N-T, 

Es-T2-N-Td, Ks-TS-Nt-NG 
Extenua'tion, Ea-T^-N- 

8Hn. See Exteniimt, 
Exteu'uator, Es-T^-Ntr 
Exteu'uatory, Es-T»-N- 

1-B 
Exte'rior, Ks-T'-B-R 
Exter'minate, E-sTr'-M- 

N-T, E-5Tr2-M-N-Td, K- 

sTrS-M-N-T-NG 
Extermiua'tion, E-bTi^ 

M-Nshn 
Exter'minator, E-sTrS- 

M-Ntr 
Exter'minatory, E-sTr^- 

M-N-T-K 
Exter'nal-ly, E-sTra-Nl 
Externarity, K-sTri-Nl- 

T 
Exter'uals, E-sTr^-Nlz 
Extill', Ks-Ts-L 
Extinct', EB-Ta-NGt 
Extinc'tion, Ea - T» - 

NGshn 
Extin'guisb, Kb-T^-NG- 

Gw-SH, Es-TS-NG-Gw- 

SHt, Eb-TS-NG-Gw-SH- 

NG CEB-T3-NG-SH, Ea- 

T8-NG-8Ht, Es-T»-NG- 

SH-NG] 
Extin'gulshable, Es-T^- 

NG-Gw-SH-Bl [-NG-SH- 

Extin'guisher, Es - T' - 
NG-Gw-SHr t-NG-SHr] 

Extin'guiBhment, Ea-T^- 
NG-Gw-SH-,Mnt [-NG- 
SH-MBt] A \ 

Extirp'able, E-aTr^-P-Bl 

Ex'tirpate or Extir'pate 
E-sTra-Pt, E-sTr=-P-Td, 
E-6TrS-Pt(0 

Bxtirpa'tion, E - BTr» - 
Paliu 



95 

Ex'tirpator or Extir'- 

pator, E-sTr2-Ptr . 
Extol', Ea-Ti-L, EB-T'-Iid, 

Ea-Tl-L-NG 
Extol'ler, Es-Ti-i-K 
Extor'sive, Es-TI-Bb-V 
Extors'ively, Es-Ti-JZs- 

Y-L 
Extort', Ks-Ti-iet, Es-Ti- 

B-Td, Ks-Ti-iSt-NG 
Extort'er, Ks-T'-Btr 
Extor'tion, Es-T'-iiBtan 
Extor'tiouary, Eb - Ti - 

Ssbn-B 
Extor'tionate, Es - T- - 

KshnST 
Extor'tioner, Ks - I'l - 

iishn-B 
Extor'tious, EE-T'-ii-SHB 
Ex'tra, E-sTi-2 
Ex'tras, E-aTrzS 
Extract', E-sTr>-Et, E- 

sTri-K-Td, E-sTri-Et-NG 
Ex'traot, K-sTr^-Et 
Extract'able, E-sTri-Et- 

Bl 
Extraot'ible, E - BTri - Kt- 

Bl 
Extrac'tion, E-sTri-Ksbn 
Extraot'ive, E-sTri-Et-V 
Extract'or, E-sTri-Etr 
Extradi'tion, E - sTrS - 

Dahn 
Extra'dos, E-sTrs-Ds 
Extrado'tal, E-bTi^-D-TI 
Extrajudi'cial, E-Blr^- 

Jd-SHl 
Extramun'dane, E-sTr'- 

Mn-Dn 
Extramu'ral, E-aTrS-M- 

Rl 
Extra'neous, E-sTra-Ns 
Extra'neously, E-aTr^- 

Ns-L 
Extraor'dinarily, E-sTr' 

-Ed-Nr-L [sTrl-£-i] 
Extraor'dinary, E-BTr'- 

Bd-Nr [sTr^-fl] 
Extraprofes'sional, E - 

BTrS-Pr-rshuL 
Ex'tra-uterine, E-sTrS- 

Yt-Ra 
Extrar'agauce, E-sTrv»- 

Gns [sTrv'-Gns] 
Extrav'aganoy, E-sTrvi- 

Gn-S [sTrvi-Gn-Sl 
Extrar'agant, E-sTrv'- 

Gnt tsTrvi-Gnt] 
Extrav'agantly, E-sTrv'- 

Qnt-i [aTwa-Gnt-i: 
Extrar'agantneas, E - 

sTrvi-Gnt-Ns 
Extraragan'za, E-sIrri- 

Gn-Z 
Extrav'asate, K-bTt'-Vb- 

T, E-sTr'-Vs-Td, E-aTr'- 

Vs-T-NG 
Extravasa'tion, E - sTr> - 

YBshn 
Extreme', E-sTr^-M 



EYK 

Extreme'ly, E-aTrs-M-i 
Extrem'ist, E-8Tr'-Mat 
Extrem'ity, E-BTr^-M-T 
Ex'tricable, E-aTr^-E-Bl 
Ex'trioate, E-sTr^-Kt, E- 

sTrS-E-Td, E-sTr2-Kt-NG 
Extrica'tion, E - sTr* - 

Eshn 
Extrin'sic, K-bTi'-ISb-K 
Extrin'sioal-ly, E -sTr»- 

Ns-El 
Extrude', K-aTrd', E- 

sTr'-Dd, E-aTrdC)^ 
Bxtru'sion, E-sTrzhn» 
Extu'beranee, Es-I8- 

Bms 
Extu'berancy, Es - T» - 

Bm-S 
Extu'berant, Ea-TS-Bmt 
Extumes'cence, Es - T>- 

Ma-Na 
Exu'berance, Ea-B3-2te8 
Exu'beranoy, Es-Bs-fin- 

S 
Exu'berant, Es-B'-Bnt 
Exu'berantly, Es-Ba-flut 

-Xi 
Exu'berate, Es-Bs-Bt 
Exuda'tion, Es-Dshn^ 
Exude', ES-D3 Ea-Dd', 

Es-DS-NG 
Exul'oerate, E sL'-Rt 
Exulcera'tion, E - sLal' - 

Bsbn 
Exul'ceratory, k-bL^r- 

Exult', K-sLV, E-Bis-Td, 

E-sits-NG 
Exult'ant, KsL'Tnt 
Exulta'tion, E-s£2-Tehn 
Exult'ingly, E-sLts-NGl 
Exunda'tion, Es-N-Dshn« 
Exust'ion, Kes-CHn2 
Exu'viEB, Es-vs 
Exu'viable, Ea-va-Bt 
Ey'as, iiSi 
Eye, p, n-D. P-NG 
Eye'ball, P-B-L 
Eye'brigbt, PiBrt 
Eye'brow, i' i Br 
Eyo'glass, P-GIb 
Eye'lash,iiiZ,-SH 
Eye'less, Jiiis 
Eye'let, Piit 
Eye'lethole, p iit-Hl 
Eyeleteer', p !i-Tr 
Eye'Ud, i' iL-X> 
Eye'-piece, i'-Ps 
Eye'-servatit, P !aJ8-Vnt 
Eye'-service, p !sjS-Vs 
Eye'shot, P-SHt 
Eye'sight, i-Sti 
Eye'-Bore, P!sR 
Eye'-stone, P isTn 
Eye'-tooth, P-T-TH 
Eye'-water, P-Wtr 
Eye'-witness, P-WtNs 
Eyne, P-N 
Eyre, Ri 
By'rie or Ey'ry, aEP 



FAB 



F. 



F, tbe sixth letter of the 
Alphabet, represents the 
sound of/, as heard in fee, 
foe, if, fife, etc. 

In the single word of, f 
has the sound of v. 

Ff has the sound of 
single /, 83 in buj; rl/; 
lu^, stuped, etc. See Bb, 

Faba'ceous, T'-'B-SHs 

Fa'bian, F^-Bn 

Pa'ble, pa-Bl, r^-Bld, rs- 

Bl-NG 
Fa^bler, F«-B1-B 
Fab'rlo, ri-Br-K 
Pab'rloate, Fi-Br-Kt, pi- 

Br-K-Td, F.»-Br-Kt-NG 
rabrica'tion, F^-Br-Kshn 
Pab'rioator, Fi-Br-Ktr 
Pab'uUst, Ki-B-Zst ■ 
Fab'uUze, Fi-B-iz, Fi-B 

Lzd, Fi-B-iz-Ua 
Pab'ulous, P>-B-£s 
Pab'uloualy, Fi-B-is-i 
Facade', Fs^ori-D 
Face, Fs2, Fst", Fs^lnQ 
Fa'cer, Fs2.B 
Fao'et, Fs'-T 
Faoe'tise, Fs'-Sff 
Face'tiouB, Fs^-iSBs 
Face'tiously, Ts'-SHa-L 
Face'tiousuess, 'Es'-SSb- 

Ns 
Faeette', Fs^-T 
Fa'cial, F^-SHl 
Fa'oially, V^-sm 
Facile, Fs>-L 
Facil'itate, F'-sr-Tt, F»- 

Bi-T-Td, FS-si-Tt(-) 
Facillta'tion, F»-sX-Tshn 
FacU'ity, V'-eL-T 
Fa'oing, Fs^-NG 
Fao-sim'ile, F»-K-sM-Z 
Fact, FLK-T [Fti] 
Fao'tion, F'-Kshn 
Fao'tionist, F^-Eshn-^t 
Fao'tious, Fi-K-SHs 
Fao'tiouBly, Fi-K-SHs-& 
Fac'tiousness, F'-E-SHs- 

Ns 
Faoti'tioua, F'-K-T-SiJs 
Facti'tiousness, V-S.-1- 

SHa-TSa 
Faoti'tiously, f^-k-t- 

SHa-L 
Fao'tor, F'-Etr 
Fao'torage, F'-Ktr-J 
Fao'tory, F>-K-T-JJ 
Facto'tum, F^-K-Tt-M 
Fao'tum, Fi-K-T-M 
Fao'ulty, F>-E1-T 
Fao'USd, F'-E-Nd 



U6 

Faound'ity, F«-K-Na-T 

Fad'dle, Fi-Dl 

Fade, r»-D, F»-Da, F«-D- 

NG 
Fad'ed, F^-Dd ' 

Fade'less, F^-DZs 
Fadge, F'-J, Fi-Jd, F>-J- 

NG 
Fad'ding, F'-D-NG 
Fa'dy, F"-D 
Fae'cal, F^-Kl 
Fse'oea, Fsz» 
Faec'ula, F^-El 
Fa'ery, F'-B 
Fag, Fi-G, Fi-G-D, F'-G- 

NG 
Fag'-end, F'-G-Nd • 
Fag'ot, Fi-G-T, F"-0-Td, 

Fi-Q-T-NG 
Fahr'enheit, F>-J?n-Ht 
Fail, F!i-L, Fa-Ld, F^-L-HG 
Fail'ing, Fs-L-NG 
Fail'iiTCFi-X-B 
Fain, Fn« 
Faint, (a.) Fnta, Fntr^, 

Fntii-St 
Faint, (v.) Fnta, FS-N-Td, 

Fnta-HG 
Faint'-hearted, Fnt^-B- 

Td 
Faint'-heartednesSjFnts 

-iJ-Td-Ns 
Faint'ish, Fnt'-SH' 
Faint'ly, Vnt^L 
Faiut'nesa, Fnts-Ns 
Faints, FntG> 
Fair, F»-B, F'-Er, F>-Jist 
Fair'ing,Fi-i8-NG 
Fair'ish, Fi-B-Sff 
Fair-ly, Fi-Hl 
Fair'nesa, F'-E-Ns 
Fair'play, Fi-B-Pl 
Fair'seeming, F' - B - sui- 
ng 
Fair'spoken, F'-E-sP-Kn 
Fair'y, F'-b 
Fair'y-land, F>-B-Lnd 
Faith, F2-TH 
Faith'ful-ly, F2-TH-F1 
Faith'fulneas, FS-TH-Fl- 

Ns [FS-THlFs] 
Faith'lesa, FS-TH-Ls 
Faith'Jessly, FS-TH-is-t 
Faith'lessuess, r=-TH 

Xs-Ns 
Fake, F^-K 
FoTcir, F2-Kr 
Fal'oate, F»-i-K.T 
Fal'oated, F'-i-K-Td 
Fal'oliion,Fi-i-CHn 
Fal'ciform, Fi-Xs-F-E-M 
Fal'oon, F'-Kn 
Fal'oouer, F'-K-Nr 
Fal'conet, F'-K-Nt 
Fal'eonry, Fi-KnK 
Fald'Btool, Fi-Ld-sT-L 
Fall, Fi-L, Fi-L-NG 
Falla'cioos, Fs-i-SHs 
IFalla'cioualy, F>-2.-SHs 



FAN 

Falla'oioaaneaB, F' ■ £ - 

SHa-Ha 
Fal'laoy, Fi-Z-S 
Fallen, F»-Ln 
Fallibil'ity, F»-i-Blt 
Fal'lible-y, P'-i-Bl 
Fairing-sickneas, F>-L- 

NGs-K-Ns 
Fairing-atBT, F>-L-NGstr 
Fallo'pian, F^-i-Pn 
Fal'low, Fi-£, Fi-£d, Fi- 

i-NG 
Fal'low-crop, F'-Z-Kr-P 
Fal'low Deer, F>-i-Dr 
Fallovr-flncll, F'-i-F-N- 

CH 
Fallowneas, F»-Z-Nb 
Falae, F'-Ls, Fi-is-E, F>- 

ZsB-T 
Falae'-hearted, y-La-R- 

Td 
False'hood, Fi-Xs-Hd 
Falae'ly, F'-is-i 
False'neas, Fi-Zs-Xs 
Falsette', F^-is-T 
Falset'to, r«-is-T6 
Fals'iflable, Fls^F-Bl 
Falsiflca'tion, Fls» - F - 

Eshn 
Fals'lfler, FIsi-F-B 
Fals'lfy, Flsi-F, Flsi-Fd, 

Flsi-F-NG 
Fals'ity, FIsLt 
Fal'ter, Fi-itr, Fi-£-Trd, 

F>-itr-NG 
Fal'teringly, FJ-Xtr-NGl 
Fame, F^-M, F'-Md, F«- 

M-KG 
Fameleaa, F»-M-is 
Famil'iar, F«-M1-E [r»- 

M) 
Familiar'ity, F'-Ml-Bt 

IFi-M] 
Famil'iarize, F'-Ml-Rz, 

F»-Ml.fizd. FS-Ml-Hz-NG 

[F8-Mz, FS-Mzd, F»- 

MzC)] 
Famil'iarly, F^-Ml-iSl 

[F3-M-i] 
Fam'ilism, F'-M-iz-M 
Fam'ilist, F'-M-ist 
Fam'ily, F>-M-L 
Fam'ine, Fi-Mn 
Fam'ish, Fi-M-SH, Fi-M- 

sm. Fi-M-SH-NG 
Fam'ishment,. r>-M-SH- 

Mut 
Fa'mous, F^-Ms 
Fa'mously, F^-Ms-i 
Fa'mousneaa, Fs-Ms-Ns 
Fan, Fn', Fndi, Fni-NG 
Fanat'io, F»-Nt.E 
Fanat'loal-ly, Fi-Nt-Kl 
Faiftt'icalnesB, F'-Nt-Kl- 

Ns 
Fanat'icism, F'-Nt-s-zM 
Fan'oier, F'-Ns-B 
Fan'oiliil-ly, Fni-S-Fl 
Fan'cifalneBB, Fni-S-FI- 

Ns [Fni-SiFs] . 



FAN 

Fan'oy, rn« - S, P» - Ns - D, 

Fn>-S-NQ 
Fandan'go, rndi-NG-G 
Fane, Fn' 

Fan'faron, Fn'-r-fln 
ranfaronade', FnS-F-iJ- 

Nd 
Fang, F>-NQ 
Fanged, Fi-NGd 
Fan'gle.Fi-NG-Gl [Fi- 
, NGl] 
Fan'gled, Fi-NG-Gld [Fi 

-NGld) 
Fane'less, Fi- NG-is 
Fan'ion, Fui-N 
Fan'-light, Fni-Zt 
Fan'ner, F>-Nr 
Fan'on, Fni-N 
Fan'-palm, Fn'-P-M 
Fan'-tail, Fn'-T-L 
Fanta'sia, Fns-T-Z 
Fan'tasm, Fnti-Z-M 
Fantaa'tic, Fnti-St-K 
Fantas'tical-l7, Futi-Si 

El 
Fantasticarity, Fnt'-St- 

Kl-T 
Fautas'ticalness, Fnti- 

St-Kl-Ns 
Fan'tasy, FnP-S 
Fan'tom, Fnti-M 
Fan'-wheel, Fn'-W-L 
Faquir', F'-Kr 
Far, F>-E, Frthri, Fr»- 

DHst 

In phrases far is some- 
times written Fr; thus, 
So far. S2-Fr 
How far, H'-Fr 
Farce, Fi-Rs 
Far'oioal, F'-Ks-K-L 
Far'oioally, Fi-Es-K-i 
Far'cicalBess, Fi-Bs-E- 

i-Ns 
Far'ein, Fi-Ks-N 
Far'oy, Fi-B-S 
Far'del, F'-E-Dl 
Fare, F>-K, F'-ied, Fi-B 

NG 
Farewell', Fs-E-Wl 
Fare'well, F'-B-Wl 
Far'-fetohed, Fi-«-F-CHt 
Fari'na, F'oj^-iS-N 
Farina'ceous, F^ - B - N 

SEs 
Farm, Fi-B-M, F'-E-Md, 

Fi-E-M-NG 
Farm'able, F'-E-M-Bl 
Farm'er, Fi-fl-Mr 
Farm'ery, F'-2J-Mr • 
Farm'-house, F'-E-M-Hs 
Farm'ing, F'-E-M-NG 
Far'most, F'-B-Mst 
Farm'-yard, F'-B-MTrd 
Far'o, Fi-B 

Far'obank, Fi-ie-B-NG-K 
Farrag'inous, Fi-B- J-Nb 
Farra'go, F» -B-O 
Far'rier, Fi-H-B 
Fftr'riery, F'-K-in 



97 

Far'rcjwJI F>-iJ, Fi-fid, Fi- 

«-NG 
Far'-siglited, F'-Bs-Td 
Far'ther, Frthri 
Far'thest, Fri-DHst 
Far'thing, Fr'-TH-NG 
Far'thingale, Fri-TH- 

NG-Gl 
Fas'ces, F'-Sz 
Fas'oial, Fi-SHl 
Fas'ciate, F'-SflT-T 
Fas'oiated, F'-SH-Td 
Fas'cicle, Fs'-K-L 
Fascic'ular, Fs»-K-i-E 
Fas'oinate, Fsi-Nt, Fs'- 

N-Td, F6>-Nt-NG 
Fascina'tion, Fss-Nshn 
Faaoine', Fss-N 
Fash'ion, Fshn', Fshnd', 

Pshni-NG 
Fash'ionable, Fshn' - B 

(-L) 
Fash'ionably, Fshni - B 

(-X) 
Fash'ioner, Fshni-K 
Fast, (a.) Fsti, Fstri, Fb'- 

Tst 
Fast, (B.) Fsti, Fsi-Td, 

JFstCji 
Fast'-day, Fs'-D 
Fast'en, Fsi-N, Fsi-Nd, 

Fsi-N-NG 
Fast'ener, Fs'-N-B 
Fast'ening, Fs'-N-NG 
Fas'ti, Fsi-T 
Faatid'ious, Fs'-T-Db 
Fastid'iously, Fs'- T - D - 

Fastid'lousness, Fss - T - 

Ds-Ns 
Fast'ness, Fsi-T-Ns 
Fat, (a.) Ft', Ftri, Fi-Tst 
Fat, (II.) Fti, Fi-Td, Fti- 

NG 
Fa'tal, Ft2-L 
Fa'talism, Fts-£z.M 
Fa'talist, Ft^-ist 
Fatal'ity, Ft'-i-T 
Fa'tally, Fts-i 
Fa'ta Morga'na, Fi-T-M- 

ie-G-N 
Fat'-brained, Ft'-Bmd 
Fate, Fta 
Fat'ed, F^-Td 
Fate'ful, Fts-F-L 
Fa'ther, Fdhri, Fdhii-D, 

Fdhr'-NG 
Fa'therhood, Fdbri-Hd 
Fa'ther-in-law.Fdhri-NI 
Fa'ther-land, Fdhri-ind 
Fa'ther-lasher, Fdhr'-£- 

SHr 
Fa'therless, Fdhri-£s 
Fa'tlierliness, Fdhri - L ■ 

Ns 
Fa'ther-long-legs.Fdhri 

-i-NG-i-Gz 
Fa'therly, Fdhr'-i 
Fath'om, F» - DH - M, F' 

DH-Md, Fi-DH-M-HG 



FEA 

Fath'omable, Fi-DH-M- 

EI 
Fath'omless, F^-DH-M- 

is 
Fatid'ioal, B;3-Td-Kl 
Fatig'able, Fs-T-G-Bl 
Fatigue', F'-T-G, FS-T- 

Gd. F»-T-G-NG 
Fatil'oquist, Ft»-£-Kwst 
Fat'ling, Ft'-i-NG 
Fafly, Fti-Z, 
Fat'ner, Fti-Nr 
Fat'ness, Fti-Ns 
Fat'ten, Fi - Tn, Fi - Tnd, 

F»-Tn-NG 
Fat'tener, F'-T-Nr 
Fat'tiness, F>-T-Ns 
Fat'tlsh, Fti-SH 
Fat'ty, Fi-T 
Fatu'ity, F»-T-T 
Fat'uouB, Fi-T-S \ 
Fau'bourg, F^-Br-G' 
Fau'eal, F'-Kl ' 

Fau'oes, Fi-Sz 
Fau'cet, Fs'-T 
Faugh, Y» 
Faurchion, F'-i-OHn 
Fault, Fi-Lt, Fi-£-Td, Fi- 

it-NG 
Fault'ily, Fi-£t-£ 
Fault'iness, Fi-it-Ns 
Faulfless, Fi-Lt-is 
Fault'lessly, Fi-it-is-i 
Fault'lessness, Fi-£t-£s- 

Ns 
Fault'y, ri-£-T 
Faun, Fni 
Fau'na, Fi-N 
Fauteuil', F«-T-L 
Faux' pas, F^-P 
Fa'TOr, F«-Vr. F2- Vrd (See 

Favm-iU), Fi!-Vr-NG 
Fa'vorable-y, F^-Vr-Bl 
Fa'vorableness, F>-Vr- 

Bl-Ns [F2-Vr!Bs] 
Fa'Torer, F^-Vr-E 
Fa'vorile, F^-Vr-T. (See 

Favortd.) 
Fa'voritism, F'-Vr-T-zM 
Fawn, Fni. Fnfli, Fu>-NG 
Fawn'er, F'-Nr 
Fawn'lngly, Fni-NG-L 
Fay, FS 
Fe'alty, F^-i-T 
Fear, FS-B, Fs-Xd, S^B- 

NG 
Fear'ful-ly, F=-K-F1 
Fear-fulness, F8-E-Fl-Ns 

[F3B:Fs] 
Fear'less, FS-E-is 
Fear'lessly, F3-E-Zs-£ 
Fear'lessness, Fs - B - Z.s - 

Ns 
Fear'naught, FS-E-Nt 
Feasibil'ity, Fzs-Bl-T 
Fea'sible, Fz^-Bl 
Fea'sibleness, Fz^-Bl-Ns 

[FzSiBs] 
Feast, Fsta, Fs»-Td, Fst("(8 
Feast'er, Fstr' 



FEA 

Feostftil, Fs»-T-n 

Peat, rt» 

PeaUi'er, MhrS, FdhrS-D 
(See Fettered), Fdhr^-NG 

Peath'erbed, Fdhra-Bd 

Peath'er-boarding, 
Fdhr2-B-ied-NG 

PeatU'ered, Fdhr^-D 

Feath'er-edge, Fdlir«-J 

Peath'er-edged, FdUr^- 
Jd 

Feath'erless, Fdhr«-Xs 

Feath'ery, F2-TH-2e 

Feat'ly, Fi'-L 

Peat'ure, Ftr^ 

Peat'ured, F»-C!Hrd 

Feafureless, Ftr>-£B 

Feat'urely, Mi'-L 

Pebr ifa'oient, r> - Bp ■ 
Fshnt 

Febrif io, F'-Brf-K 

Febrifu'gal or Febrifu- 
gal, Fa-Br-F-Gl 

Peb'rifug^i F2-Br-F-J 

FeTbrile, F^-Br-L 

Peb'rlle, F3-Br-L 

Peb'ruary, F^-Br-B tF«- 

Pe'cal, F8-K1 
Pe'ces, Fsz" 
Fe'cit, Fs3-T 
Peo'ula, Fs-Kl • 

Pec'ulence, F«-KInB 
Peo'ulenoy, F^-Kln-S 
Fee'ulent, F^-Klnt 
Peo'und, F»-K-Nd 
Fecundate, F>-Kn-Dt, F^ 

-Kn-D-Td. Fs-Kn-Dt(-) 
Fecunda'tion, F» - Kn 

Dshn 
Feoun'dity F^-Kn-D-T 
Fed, F2-D 
Fed'eral, Fd^Bl 
Fed'eralist, Fd^-Blst 
Fed'eralism, Fd'-Bl-zM 
Fed'erate, F>-Drt 
Fed'erated, F>-DrTa 
Federa'tion, FS-Dreha 
Fed'erative, F*-Di^Tt 
Fee, F», F»-D, Fa-NG 
FeeTJle, r»-Bl, F'-Bl-E 

pa-Blst 
Fee'ble-minded, F'-El- 

Mn-Cd 
Fee'blenesB, F^-Bl-ITs 
FeeTjly, F^-Bl 
Feed, F»-D, F3-D-NG 
Feed'er, F^-Dr 
Fee'-farm, r»-F-B-M 
Feel, F»-L, F»-L-NG 
Peel'er, F«-£-B 
Feel'ing, F»-L-NG 
Feel'ingly, Fs-L-NGl 
Fee'-aimple, F»-sM-PI 
Feet, Ft8 
Fee'-tail, F»-T-I, 
Feign, Fns, Fnd«. Fn'-NG 
Feign'edly, F2-N-D-£ 
Feign'er, F'-Nr 
Feint, Fnt' 



Feld'spar, F'-ias-P-B 
Feldspath'io, Fi-£ds-P- 

TH-K 
Feldspath'oae, F'-ids- 

P-THb 

Felic'itate, F»iB-Tt, F«- 

is-T-Xd, F3-is-TtC) 
Felioita'tion, Fs-is-Tshn 
Felio'itous, F»-'is-TB 
Felio'itously, F»-£8-T-b£ 
Felic'itousness, W-La 

Ts-Nb 
Felicity, F'-rs-T 
Fe'line, F'-Zn 
Fe'lis, F»-£s 

Fell, F2-L, F2-Ld, F2-L-1IG 
Fell'er, Fa-i-B 
Fell'-mouger, r* - L - M - 

NGr 
Fell'ness, F«-L-Ns 
Fellow, Fii-i 
Fel'low-oommoner, T'- 

£!N-B 
Fellow-creature, F»-Z- 

Krtr 
Fel'low-feeling, Fs-L-F- 

L-NG 
Fel'low-heir, F»-i-B 
Fellow-laborer, V-L-L- 

Br-E 
Fel'low-servant, F»-iB- 

iJ-Vnt 
Fel'low-ahip, Fa-£-SH-P 

[FS-iiSH] 
Fel'low-soldier, T'-L- 

st-Jr 
Fellow-traveler, F« - £ - 

Tr-Vl-E 
Fel'low-worker, F^-i- 

Wr-Kr 
Felly, ¥^L 
Fe'lo-de-se, T'-L-D-B 
Fel'on, Fs-£n 
Felo'uious, W^L-'Nb 
Felo'niously, F»-£-Ns-L 
Fel'ony, F^-Z-N 
Fel'Bpar, FS-Zs-P-B 
Felspatb'io, Fi-Zs-P-TH- 

K 
Felt, F!-Lt, F2-X-Td, F^- 

Zt-NG 
Felt'ing, F^-Zt-NG 
Felno'oa, F'-L-K 
Fel'wort, F2-z-Wrt 
Fe'male, F»-MI 
Fe'malerscrew, F'-Ml- 

sKr 
Feme-cov'ert, F»-M-Kv- 

Rt 
Femme-coT'ert, F"-M- 

Kv-Bt 
Feme-sole', F^-m-bZ 
Femme-sole', F^-M-bZ 
Fem'inal, F^-M-Nl 
Fem'inine, F^-Mn-N 
Fem'oral, Fs-M-Bl 
Fen, Fu» 
Fence, Fns», F^-Nst, F«- 

Ns-NG 
Fenceless, F»-Ns-Ls 



FEB 

Feno'er, ra-Ns-E 
Fen'oible, F^-Nb-B (-L) 
Fen'oing, F^-Ns-NG 
Fend, Fnds, F«-N-Da, 

Fnd2-NG 
Fend'er, Pndps 
Fenes'tral, F^-H-bTt-L 
Fe'nian,Fn8-N 
Fen'nec, Fn^-K 
Fbn'nel, pa-Nl 
Fen'ny, r=-N 
Fen'ugreek, F^-N-Gr-K 
Feod, F«-D 
Feod'al. FS-Dl 
Feoff, F2-F, FS-Ft, T^-V- 

NG 
Feoffee', F'-Fe 
Feof fer, F^-Fr 
Feoffor, F«-Fr 
Feoffment, FS-F-Mnt 
Fera'cious, F^-A-SHb 
Fe'ral, F^-M 
Fer'etory, F^-S-T-S 
Fe'rial, F»-B-L 
Fe'tine, T'-Bn 
Fe'rinenesB, F'-Bn-Ns 
Fer'ity, F'-JJ-T 
Fer'ment, Frs-Mnt 
Ferment', Fr>-Mnt, FrS- 

Mn-Td, Frs-Mnt-NG 
Ferment'able, Fr'-Mnt- 

Bi-L) 
Fermentabil'ity, Fr'- 

Mnt-B-Zt 
Ferment'al, Fr=-Mnt-Z 
Fermenta'tiou, Fr^-Mn- 

Tsha 
Ferment'ative, FrS-Mnt- 

Tv 
Fern, FS-fin 
Fern'y, F'-H-N 
Fero'oious, F»-B-SHs 
Fero'ciously, F^-ie-sHs-z 
Fero'cibusuess, V-R- 

SHs-Nb 
Feroc'ity, F'-Bb-T 
Fer'reous, F"-fi-S 
Fer'ret, F^-Bt, F^-B-Td, 

F2-Bt-NG 
Fer'riage, F=-K-J 
Ferriferous, V-Pt-Rs 
Ferrocy'anate, Fi - B - S - 

Nt 
Ferrooyan'io, F'-B-s-N- 

K 
Ferrocy'anide, F' - B - S- 

K-D 
Ferru'ginoua, F'-b-J-Nb 
Ferru'go, F"-B-G 
Fer'rule, Fs-Bl 
Fer'ry, F»-B, FS-B-D, F^- 

B-NO 
Fer'ry-boat, F'-B-Bt 
Fer'ry-man, F^-B-Mn 
Fer'ry-men, FS-BiMn' 
Fer'tile, Frt^-L 
Fer'tilely, Frta-Z 
Fer'tileneas, Frt>-Z-NB 
Fertil'ity, Frt'-Z-T 
Fertiliza'tiou, Frt^-ZzsAn 



Fer'tUize, Trta-iz, rrt»- 

izd, rrt3-iz-MO ' 
Per'tilizer, 'PiV-Lz-B, 
Ferula'cious, ra-iJ-i-SHs 
I'er'ula, T'-b-l 
i'er'ule, F^-iei, FH-iJia, F2- 

iil-NG 
Fer'venoy, rr^-Vn-S 
Fer'Tent, Fr^-Vnt 
Fer'ventneBS, Fr^-Vnt-Ns 
Per'vently, Frs-Vnt-i 
Fer'vid, Fr^-Vd 
Per'Tidly, Fr«-Vd-z; 
Fer'Tidness, Frs-Vd-Ns 
S'er'vor, Fr'-Vr 
Fes'oeimlne, Fss-Nn 
Fes'cue, Fs^-K, Fs^-Kd, 

Fss-£-Iia 
Fess, Fs" 
Fease, Pb« 

Fesse'-point, FsS-Pnt 
FeS'tal, Fss-T-Ii 
Fes'ter, FBtr^, F'-sTrd, 

Fstr(-)» 
Fes'tival, Fs^-T-Vl 
Fes'tive, FbS-Tv 
Fea'tively, Fs^-T-Vl 
Festiv'ity, Fs'-Tv-T 
Fes'tivouB, Fs^-T-Vs 
Festoon', Fss-Tn, Fs^- 
_Tnd,Fsi'-Tn-Na 
Fe'tal, Ft.3-L 
Fetch, F2-0H, F8-CHt, F!!- 

CH-NG 
Fetoh'er, F^-CEHr 
Fete, Ft2, Fi-Td, Ft2-NG 
Fe'tioh, Fta-SH 
Fefichiam, Ft^-SHz-M 
Fet'icism, F2-T-szM 
Fet'ld, Fs-Td 
Fet'look, FV-L-K 
Fe'tor, Ftr8 
Fet'ter, FtrS, F^-Tid (See 

Feathered), Ftr^-KG 
Fet'terless, rtj4-is 
Fe'tus, Fa-Ts 
Feud,F'-D 
Feud'al, F»-D1 
Feud'alism, ra-Dl-zM 
Feudal'ity, Fi-D-i-T 
Feudaliza'tion, F<- 

Hlxshn 
Feud'ary, F'-D-2S 
Feud'atary, F^-Dt-B 
Feud'ist, F^-Dst 
Feuilleton', Fi-Tn 
Fe'ver, F»-Vr 
Fe'verfew, F^-Vr-F 
Fe'verish, F'-Yt-SB ■ 
Fe'verishiiess, ¥^-\i-SB- 

Ns 
Fe'verous, F»-Vrs 
Few, F3,.,F»-B, Fsta 
Few'ness, FS-Ns 
Fez, Fzs 
Fias'co, Fsi-K 
Fi'at, F'-T 

Fib, F3-B, r»-Bd, FH-B-NG 
FibTjer, F»-Br 
FiTser, Fi-Br 



99 

Fitrej-F'-Br 
Filiril, F>-Br-L 
Fibril'loae or Fib'ril- 

lose, F3-Br-iB 
Fibrinous or Fib'ril- 

lous, F3-Br-Zs 
Fi'brine, Fi-Brn 
Fi'broua, F'-Brs 
Fib'ater, FS-Bstr 
Fib'ula, F'-B-L 
Fib'ulffi, F»-B-t 
Fiok'le, F3-K1 
Fickaeness, Fs-Kl-Ns 
Fio'tile, Fa-K-T-L 
Fio'tion, Fa-Kshu 
Ficti'tious, FO-K-T-SBb 
Fioti'tiously, FS-K-T-Sfle 

Ficti'tiousneas, F»-K-T- 

Sfls-Ns 
Fi'cus, F^-Ks 
Fid, Fa-D 
Fid'dle, F'-Dl, F8-Dld, pa 

-Dl-NG 
Fid'dle-dee-dee, Fa-Dl- 

D-D 
Fid'dler, pa-Dl-E 
Fid'dle-stiok, Fs-Dl-sT- 

K 
Fid'dle-string, F»-DtaTr 

-NG 
Fidel'ity, F^-Dl-T 
Fid'get, Fa - Jt, Fa - J - Td, 

Fa-Jt(-) 
Fid'getiness, F'- J-T-Ns 
Fid'gety, Fa.j-T 
Fidu'oial, Fa-D-SHI 
Fidu'oially, F'-O-SHl 
Fidu'oiary, Y'-D-SBt 
Fie, Fi 
Fief, F»-P 
Field, Fa.Ld 
Field'fare, Fa-£d-F-E 
Field'-marahal, Fa-£d- 

Mr-SHl 
Field'-mouse, FS-Ld-Ms 
Field'-offloer, Fs-Xd-Fsr 

B 
Field'-work, Fa-Zd-Wr-K 
Fiend, Fnda 
Fiend'ful, Fnda-P-L 
Fiend'ish, Fnd^-SB 
Fiend'like, Fnda-i-K 
Fierce, Fa-Ba (See Furi- 
ous), ra-Hs-E, Fa-Ess-T 
Fieroe'ly, Fa . Es . Z. See 

Furiously* 
Fierce'neaa, F'-Bs-Ns. 

See Furiousness. 
Fi'eri-fe'oias, Fi-iJ-F- 

SHb 
Fi'eriness, Fi-S-Ns 
Fi'ery, F'-B 

Fife, Fl-F, Fl-Ft, Fl-F-NG 
Fif'er, F^-Fr 
Fife'-rail, Fi-F-BI 
Fifteen, Fa-F-Tn or 15 
Fifteenth, Fa-F-Tn-TH 

or 15TH 
Fifth, F8-F-TH or 5TH 



FIL 

Fifthly, Fa-F-TH-£ or J 

5TH-X 
Fiftieth, Fa-F-T-TH or 

50TH 
Fifty, Fa-F-T or 50 
Fig, Fa-G 
Fight, Fti, Fti-NG 
Fight'er, Ftri 
Fig'-leaf, F'-G-L-F 
Fig'ment, pa-G-Mnt 
Figurabil'ity, Fa-Gr-Bl-T 
Fig'urable, Fa-Gx-Bl 
Fig'ural,F»-Gr-L 
Fig'urant, F'-G-Bnt 
Figurante', Fi-G-Rnt 
Fig'urate, F»-Gt-T 
Figuration, FS-Grslin 
Fig'urative, Fa-Grt-Y 
Fig'uratively, ra-Grt-V- 

L 
Fig'urativeness^ Fa-Grt- 

V-Ns 
Fig'ure, F'-Gr, Fa-Grd, 

Fa-Gr-NG 
Fig'ure-head, Fa-Gr-Hd 
Fila'oeous, F^-i-iSrflB 
Fil'aoer, FS-Zs-B 
Fil'ament, Fa-Z-Mnt 
Filament'ous, F^-Z-Mnt- 

8 
Fil'ander, Fa-Zndr 
Fil'ature, Fa-itr 
Fil'bert, Fa-Z-Brt 
Filch, Fa-Z-CH, Fa-Z-CHt, 

Fa-Z-CH-NG 
Filoh'er, Fa-i-CHr 
Filoh'ingly, Fa-Z-CH-NGl 
File, F'-L, F»-Ld, Fl-L-NG 
File'-cutter, Fi-L-Ktr 
File'-leader, F'-Z-Zdr 
Fil'er, F'-Z-B 
Fil'ial, pa-L-L 
Fil'iate, pa-Z-T 
Filia'tion, F^-Zshn 
Fil'ibuater, pa-Z-Bstr 
Fil'iform, pa-Z-P-E-M 
Fil'igree, pa-Z-Gr 
Fil'igreed, pa-Z-Grd ^ 
Fill, pa-L, pa-Ld, pa-L-NG 
Fill'er, pa-Z-E 
Fil'let, pa-zt, Ta-Z-Td, pa. 

Zt-NG 
Finibeg, pa-Z-B-G 
Fil'libuater, pa-Z-Bstr 
Fill'ing, pa-L-NG 
Fil'lip, pa-Z-P, pa-Z-Pt, 

pa-Z-P-NG 
Fil'lipeen, ps-Z-Pn 
Fil'ly, pa-Z 
Film, pa-Z-M 
Film'y, Pa-Z-M 
Fi'lose, P'-Zs 
Fil'ter, pa-Ztr, pa-Z-Trd, 

pa-Ztr-NG 
Filth, pa-Z-TH 
Filth'ily, ps-Z-TH-Z 
Filth'ineaa, pa-z-TH-Ns 
Filth'y, pa-Z-TH 
Fil'trate, pa-Z-Trt, F'-L- 

Tr-Td, F'-Z.Trt(') 



Filtra'tion, F'-i-Trshn 
X'im'briate, F' - M - Br - T, 
Fs-M-Br-Td, FS-M-Br-T- 

Pin'Kble, F>-N-B1 
Fi'nal, Fi-Nl 
rina'le, Fi-K-£ 
rinal'ity, FI-.NI-T 
ri'nally, F»-N1. Bee Fine- 
ly. 
Pinauoe', Pni-Ns 
Finaa'cial, Fni-N-SHl 
Finan'cialist, Fn'-N- 

SHlst 
Finan'oially, Fn'-N-Sffl 
Financier', Fn'-Ns-B 
Pi'nary, Fn>-B 
Finch, F»-N-CH 
Find, Fndi, Fndi-KO 
Flnd'er, Fndri 
Find'ing, Fndi-NG 
Find'ing-store, Fcdi- 

NGs-T-E (or -NGstr) 
Fine, (o.) Fni, r»-Nr, F«- 

Nst 
Fine, (».) Fni, Fndi, FoX- 

NG 
Fine'-draw, FniiDr, Pn' 

!Dr-NG 
Fine'-drawn, Fn^ ! Dm 
Finely, Fn>-Z. See J-i- 

naZZv. 
Fine'ness, Fni-Ks 
Fin'er, Fi-Nr 
Fin'ery, rn>-B 
Finesse', FS-Ns, F^-Nst, 

FS-Ns-NG 
Fin'ger, F'-N G-Gp, P«-NG- 

Grd, F»-NG-Gr-NG lor 

F8-NGr, F»-NGrd, F»-NG- 
_NG] 
Fin'ger-board, F'-NG- 

Gr-Brd CF»-NGr-Brd] 
Fin'ger-glaas, S'-mo-ar- 

Gls iPs-NGr-Gls] 
Fin'ger-plate, F^-NG-Gr- 

Plt [F'-NGr-Plt] 
Fin'ger-post, F»-NG-Gr- 

Pst [F»-NGr-Pst] 
Fin'ial, F'-N-L 
Fln'ical-ly, F'-N-Kl 
Fin'ing, Fni-NG 
Fin'lng-pot, Fni-NG-Pt 
Finioal'fly, F'-N-Kl-T 
Fi'nis, Fi-Ns 
Fin'ish, Vn^-SB. FnS-5fll, 

Fns-SH-NG 
Fin'isher, Fn'-,SH-R 
Fi'nite, F»-Nt 
Fi'niteiy, Fi-Nt-L 
Fi'nltenesB, Fi-m-Ns 
Fin'itude, F'-N-Td 
Fin'lander, Fn'-Zndr 
Fin'less, Tn'-La 
Fin'like,Fn»-i-K 
Fin'nikin, F'-N-Kn 
Fin'ny, F'-N 
Fin'-toed,Fn»iTd 
Fir, FS-B 



100 

Fire, F'-B, F>-ied, Fi-E- 

pG 
Fire'-alarm, Fi-E-X-B-M 
Fire'-arm, F'-B-E-M 
Fire'-arms, Fi-E-B-Mz 
Fire'-ball, pi-E-B-L 
Fire'-board, Fi-E-B-Bd 

Cor -Brd) 
Fire'-brand, Fi-E-Bmd 
Fire'-briok, F'-R-Br-K 
Fire'-clay, F'-E-Kl 
Fire'-eater, F'-E-Tr 
Fire'-fly,yi-E-ri 
Fire'-hook, Fi-B-H-K 
Firelock, Fi-E-i-K 
Fire'man, Fi-E-Mn 
Fire'-master, F>-E-Mstr 
Fire'men, F'-E ! Mn^ 
Fire'-new, F>-B-Nu. See 

New. 
Fire'-pan, F'-E-Pn 
Fire'-place, F'-E-Pls 
Fire'-plug, F'-B-Pl-G 
Fire'-proof, F'-B-Prf 
Fire'-set, Fi-Es-T 
Fire'-ship, F'-E-Sff-P 
Fire'side, Fi-Es-D 
Fire'ward, F'-E-Wrd 
Fire'wardeu, F'-E-Wrd- 

N 
Fire'-water, Fi-iJ-Wtr 
Fire'-wood, Fi-E-Wd 
Fire'-work, F'-E-Wr-K 
Fir'kin, pa-B-Kn 
Finn, P^-E-M, F«-B-Mr, 

F2-E-M6t 
Fir'mament, ps - B - M - 

Mnt 
Firmaiaent'al, ps - E - M 

tMnt 
Fir'man, P^-E-Mn 
Firmay, ps-E-M-i 
Firm'ness, pii-B-M-Ns 
First, Prsts CFst*] 
First'-bom, Tia'-B-Bn 

[Ps2-B-fiD] 
First'ling, Frs«-T-i;-NG 
First'ly, Frs»-T-Z, CPs*- 

T-i] 
First'-rate, Frst^-Bt [Fss 
■ -Ht] 

Firth, ps-B-TH 
Fir'-tree, F»-E-Tr 
Fiso, Ps3-K 
Fisc'al, Fs»-Kl 
Fish, V'-SH, V'-SH-\ ps- 

SH-NG 
Fish'-beam, pa-SJET-B-M 
Fish'er, F'-SHr 
Fis'hernum, P3-sar<Un 
Fish'ery,F>-SHr 
Fish'-glg, P» -SH-G-G 
Fish'-glue,ps-SH-Gl 
Fish'-hook, ps-SH-H-K 
Fish'iness, W'-SH-TSIa 
Fish'ing, ps-SH-NG 
Fish'ing-place, F»-SB- 

NQ-PlB 
Fish'ing-shore, P'-SH- 

NG.SHr 



FLA 

Fish'ing-tackle, P' - SH- 

NG-T-Kl 
Fish'-joint, F'-SH-Jnt 
Fish'-monger, P=-SH-M- 

NG-Gr [or-NGr] 
Fish'-net, ¥'-SS-m 
Fish'pond, ps-SH-Pnd 
Fish'-ta<!kle, pa-fiff-T-Kl 
Fish'-wife, V-SB-wV 
Fish'-wives, F>-SE-wVz 
Fish'-woman, ps-iSH-'W- 

Mn 
Fish'y, T'-SB 
Fis'sile, Fa»-L 
Fissil'ity, ps-si-T 
Fis'sion, Fshn^ 
Fissip'arouB, Ps«-p.Es 
Fis'sure, P8-SHr 
Fist, Pats, P68-Td, Pstc)» 
Fist'ic, Fs'-T-K 
Fist'icufb, Ps'-T-Kft 
Fist'ula, Ps»-T-i 
Fist'ular, Ps«-T-Z-B 
Fist'ulate, Pe«-T-Z,t 
Fistu'liform, Ps'-T-Z-P 

(-B-M) 
Fist'ulose, Fs'-T-Xs 
FJst'ulous, Fs^-T-ia 
Fit, (a.) PW, Ftc>, pa-Tst 

[or Ptat'] 
Fit, (».) Pt«, ps-Td, Pta-NG 
Fitch, ps-CH 
Fitoh'et, pa-CHt 
Fitoh'e-w, pa-CH 
Fit'ful-ly, Pt«-Fl 
Fit'ly, Pt3-i 
Fit'ness, Pf-Ns 
Fit'ter, Plrs 
Fit'test, ps-Tst 
Fit'ting, Pts-NG 
Fit'tingly, Fta-NGl 
Fitz, Pts« 
Five, Fi-V or 5 
Five'fold, P>-T-P-Ld or 

SiPs-Ld 
Fives, pi-Vz 
Fix, P»-Ks, pa-Kst, pa-Ks- 

NO 
Fix'able, pa-Es-El 
Fixa'tion, F--Ksshn 
Fixed, pa-Kat 
FJx'edly, pa-Ks-D-£ 
Fix'edness, pa-Ks-D-Ns 
Fix'ing, pa-Ks-NG 
Fix'ity, pa-Ks-T 
Fixt'ure, pa-Kstr 
Fix'ure, pa-K-SHr 
Fiz'gig, Fza-G-G 
Fizz, Pz" 
Fiz'zle, pa-Zl, P>-Zld, pa- 

Zl-NO 
Flab'biness, Fl'-B-Na 
Flab'by, Pli-B 
Flabel'liform, FI2 - B - L- 

P-E-M 
Flab'ile, Fl'-Bl 
Flac'oid, Pli-Ks-D 
Flaooid'ity, Fia-Ka-D-T 
Flac'cidnesa. Pl> - Es - D - 

Ns 



FLA 

Blag, Fli-G, ni-G-D, Fl> 

G-NG 
Flag'eUanJi, FlU j-int 
Flag'ella^, FU- J-£t, FU- 

J-i-Td, Fll-J-it-NQ ■ 
Flagella'tion, Fis-j-ishn 
Flagel'liform, Fls-J-i-F- 

B-M 
Plag'eolet, Fli-J-Lt 
Flag'gmess, FU-G-Ns 
Flag'ging, FH-G-NG 
Flag'gy, FU-G 
Flagi'tious, W-3-SBs 
Flagi'tiously, WV-S-SBs- 

L 
Flagi'tiousness, Fl^ - J 

iSHs-Nb 
Plag'-offlcer, Fli-G-Fs-E 
Plag'on, Fli-Gn 
Flag'-man, Fli-G-Mn 
Fla'granoy, Fl»-Gm-S 
Fla'grant, Fia-Gmt 
Pla'grantly, YV-Gmt-L 
Flar-sMp, Fli-G-SH-P 
Flag'-Btaff, Fli-Gs-Tf 
riag'-Btone, Fli-Gs-Tn 
Flail, ri2-L 
Flake, F12-K, F12-K-T, Fit 

K-NG 
Flake'-Twhite, Fl'-K-wT 
Flak'iness, Fl^-E-Ns 
Flak'y, Fl!!-K 
Flam, Fli-M 
Flam'beau, FU-M-B 
Flame, Fl^-M, Fl!>-Md, Fl^ 

-M-NG 
Flame'-oolbr, Fis - M - K - 

Xr 
Flame'-colored, Fl^M- 

K-ird 
Flame'less, TV-M-La 
Fla'meu, Fl»-Mn 
Flam'ing, Fl^-M-NG 
Flam'ingly, Fia-M-NGl 
Flamln'EO, F1»-M-NG-G 
Flamiu'ioal, Fl'-M-N-KI 
Flammabil'ity, Fis-M-Bl 

-T 
Flam'mable, Fl'-M-BI 
Flam'meous, Fli-M-8 
Flammiferous, Fl'-lf- 

Frs 
Flammiv'omoug, Fli^-M- 

V-Ms 
Flam'y, FIS-M 
Flanct, FU-N-CH 
Flange, FU-N-J, Fli-N- Jd, 

FILJf-J-NG 
Flank, FIii>-K, PIni-Kt, 

Flni-K-NG 
Flank'ard, FU-NG-Krd 
Flank'er, rU-NG-Kr 
Flan'nel, ri>-Nl 
Flap, Fli-p, Fli-Pt, FH- 

P-NG 
Flap'-dragon, FU-P-Dr- 

Gn 
Flap'earea, FH-P-Bd 
Flap'iack, FU-P-J-K 
PlapTper, FU-Pr 



101 

Flare, FU-K, FU-Bd, FU- 

E-NG ' 
Flare'-up, Fli-B-P 
Flash, ^n-SB. F11-SH--T, 

F1J-«H-NG 
Flash'er, Fli-SHr 
Flasli'-house, Fli-SH-Hs 
Flash'ily, Fli-Sffl 
Flash'y, Fl'-SH 
Flask, FIsi-E 
Flas'ket, Flsi-Kt 
Flat, (a.) Flti, Fltri, Fli- 

Tst (or Fltsti) 
Flat, (II) Flti Fli-Td, Flti- 

NG 
Flat'-bottomed, Flti-Bt- 

Md 
Flat'-fish, Flti-F-Sff 
Flat'-l'ooted, Flti-F-Td 
Flat'-iron, Flti-i-Kn 
Fla'tive, FI^-Tt 
Flat'ly, Flt'-i 
Flat'ness, FIW-Ns 
Flat'ten, Fl>-Tn, FH-Tnd, 

Fli-Tn-NG 
Flat'ter, Fltr', FU-Trd, 

Fltri-NG 
Flat'terer, Fltr'-ie 
Flat'teyingly, Fltri-NGl 
Flat'tery, Fli-Tr 
Flat'tish,Flt>-SH 
Flat'ulenee, Flti-ins 
Flat'ulency, FUi-£n-s 
Flat'ulent, Flti-int 
Flat'ulently, Flti-int-r 
Fla'tus, F12-T9 
Flat'-wise, Flf -Wz 
Flaunt, FlnP, Fli-N-Td, 

Flnt'-NG 
Flau'tist, Fli-Tst 
Fla'vor, Fl^-Vr, Fl^-Vrd, 

Fia-Vr-NG 
Fla'Torless, Fl=-Vr-is 
Fla'vorous, FP-Vr-S 
Flaw, Fli, FU-D 
Flawless, Fl'-is 
Flaw'y, Fl> 
Flax, Fli-Ka 
Flax'comb, Fli-Ks-K-M 
Flax'-dresser, Fli-E-sDr- 

sE 
Flax'en, Fl»-Ks-N 
Flax'-seed, fi'-kI-d 
Flax'y, Fl>-K-S 
Flay, Fia, Fis-D, Fl^-NG 
Flay'er, Fl^-B 
Flea, Fia 

Flea'-bane, Fl^-Bn 
Flea'-bite, Fia-Bt 
Flea'-biting, Fl'-Btc-) 
Flea'-bitten, Fis-B-Tn 
Fleam, Fl'-M 
Fleck, F12-K, F12-K-T, 

F12-K-NG 
Fleok'er, Fl^-Kr 
Fleo'tion, FI^-Kslm 
Fleo'tor, Fia-Ktr 
Fled, Fis-D 
Fledge, Fis-J, FltJd, ¥!'■ 

J-NG 



FLI 

Fledg'ling, Fls-J-£-NG 
Flee, Fia, Fis-NG 
Fleece, FlsS, Flst>, Fls» 

NG 
Flee'cer, FIs'-B 
Flee'cy, VV-S 
Fleer, F18-E, FlS-Bd, Fia- 

E-NQ 
Fleer'er, Fl^-Er 
Fleer'ingly, Fis-K-NGI 
Fleet, (a) FIR FltrS, Fl«- 

Tst (or Fltsts) 
Fleet, Iv.) Fit', F18-Td 

Fits-NG 
Fleet'-foot, Fits-Ft 
Fleet'ing, Flts-NG 
Fleetly, Flts-i 
Fleet'ness, Flt^-Ns 
Flem'lng, Fl^-M-NG 
Flem'ish, Fl^-M-SH 
Flense, Flns^ 
Flesh, VV-SB, FV-SB-T, 

FV-SB-Sa 
Flesh-brush, FV-SB-Br- 

SH 
Flesh'-oolor, FV-SB-K- 

Li 
Flesh'-hook, Fl^-SH-H-:? 
Flesh'iness, W-SB-lla 
Flesh'less, FI^^-SH-Xs 
Flesh'liness, mf-SBl-^a 
Flesh'ly,F12-Sfll 
Flesh'meat, Fis-SH-Mt 
Flesh'pot, W-SB-Vt 
Flesh'-tint, Fl^-SH-Tnt 
Flesh'-wound, Fl^-^H'- 

Wnd 
Flesh'y, VV-SB, Fls-SHr, 

FV-SBst 
Fletoh, F12-CH 
Fleur'-de-lis, Fl'or^B-T)- 

L 
Flew, F13 
Flex, F12-KS, F12-Kst, Fis- 

Ks-NG 
Flexibility, Fl^-Ks-B-it 
Flex'ible-y, F12-KS-B1 
Flex'ibleuess, Fia-Ks-Bl- 

Ns [iBs] 
Flex'ile, Fia-Ks-L 
Flex'ion, Fl^-Kshn 
Flex'or, Fl^-K-sE 
Flex'uous, F12-K-SHS 
Flex'uose, Fia-K-sS 
Flex'ure, Fl^-K-SHr 
Flick'er, Fis-Kr, Fl»-Krd, 

F13-Kr-NG 
Fli'er, FH-E 
Flight, Flti 
Flight'iness, Fli-T-Ns 
Flight's-, Fli-T 
Fllm'sily, Fl'-M-Zl 
Flim'siness, FF-M-Z-Ns 
Flim'sy, Fia-M-Z, Fis-M- 

Zr, ri3-M-Zst 
Flinch, F13-N-CH, Fl'-N- 

CHl, Fl-N-CH-NG 
Flinch'er, Fl»-N-CHr 
FUnd'der-mouse.FlndrS 
Mb 



FLI 

Fliii'ders, rindrs" 
Fling, F18-NG, ri3-NG-NG 
Pling'er, ris-NGr 
Mint, Flnts 
Plint'iness, Fis-Nt-Ns 
Flint'-look, Flnta-L-K 
Plint'y, r)»-N-T,Ii»-N.Xr, 
ri3-N-Tst 

Flip, ns-p 

Plip'flap, F1»-P-P1-P 
Flip'panoy, ris-Pn-S 
Flip'pant, Fl'-Pnt 
Flip'pantly, Fl»-Pnt-L 
Flip'pantness, Fis-Pnt- 

Ns 
Flip'per, Fl^-Pr 
Flirt, Fis-fit, FV-B-Td, 

Flii-iet-NG 
Flirta'tion, Fis-B-Tshn 
Flirt'er, Fl=-Jetr 
Flit, Fits, Fis-Td, Flt3-NG 
Flitch, F1»-CH 
Flit'ter, Fltrs 
Flit'ter-mouse, FltrS-Ms 
Float, Flta, Fls-Td, Flt»- 

NG 
Float'Bge, Fltii-j 
Float'-board, Flta-Brd 
Float'er, FltrS 
Float'ing-bridge, Flts- 

NG-Br-J 
Float'y, F12-T 
Floccilla'tion, Fl^-K- 

BLeha 
Floo'culenoe, Fl'-Klns 
Floc'culent,' Fl'-Klnt 
Flock, Fl>-K, Fli-K-T, Fli- 

K-NG 
Flock'-bed, Fl'-K-Bd 
Floe, PIS 
Flog, FU-G, PU-G-D, Fli- 

G-NG 
Flood, F12-D, F12-Dd, Pl«- 

D-NG 

Flood'-gate, Pl=-D-Gt 
Flood'-mark, Fia-D-M-B- 

E 
Floor, F12-E, Fia-Bd, Fis- 

B-NG 
FlQor'-oloth, P12 - B . Kl - 

TH 
Floortng, Fia-E-NG 
Flop, FU-P, Fl'-Pt, Pli.p. 

NG 
Flo'ra, VV-R 
Flo'ral, F12-iei 
Flor'ence, FH-Bns 
Flor'entine, Fli-fint-N 
Florea'oenoe, Fl-'-fie-Ns 
Flo'ret, FV-Rt 
Flo'riculture, Fls-ie-Kltr 
Flor'id, Fli-ie-D 
Florid'ity, Fl»ied-T 
Flor'idness, Fl'-Hd-Ns 
Florif'erous, W-Rt-Re 
Flo'riform, Fl'-B-F-E-M 
Flor'in, Fli-Bn 
Flo'rist, FV-Rst 
FloB'oular, FlB>-K-£r 
Flos'ciile, Fl«i-E-X. 



103 

Flos'culous, Fls>-K-£8 "^ 
Floss, Flsi 
Flos'sy, Fli-S 
Flo'tage, Flt2-J 
Flo'ta, F12-T 
Flo'tant, F12-Tnt 
Flo'tation, Fis-Tslm 
Flote, Fits 
Flotil'la, F13-T-£ 
Flot'sam, Flts'-M 
Flot'sou, Pltl-BN 
Flounce, FlD-i Fl>-Nst, 

FU-Ns-NG 
Flouu'der, Flndr", Flndi- 

Kd, Flndri-NG 
Flour, Fli-R, SV-Ri, Fl'- 

B-NG 
Flour'ish, FP-E-5ff, Fl^- 

ttrSm. TV-R-SH-Sa 
Flour'isher, Fls-B-SHr 
Flour'ishingly, Fl^-R- 

SH-NGl 
Flour'y, Pl'-B 
Flout, Flti, Fl'-Td, Plt'- 

NG 
Flout'er, FltrJ 
Flout'ingly, FW-NGl 
Flow, Fl«, FI»-D, Fiz-NG 
Flow'age, Fl»-J 
Flow'er, rU-B, FU-iEd, 

Fli-B-NG 
Flow'erage, Fl'-H-J 
Flow'er-de-luce, Fli-ii- 

D-is 
Flow'eret, Fli-Bt 
Flow'erinesa, Pli-B-Ns 
Flow'erless, Fl'-E-£s 
Flow'er-stalk, Fl'-ies-T- 

S 
Flow'ery, Fli-K 
Flow'ingly, F12-NGI 
Flow'ingnesB, Fl'-NG-Ns 
Flown, Fln« 
Flu'ate, Fis-T 
Fluct'uant, Fl^-K-Tnt 
Fluot'uate, F12- K - T - T, 

F12-K-T-Td, Fia-K-T- 

T-NO 
Fluctua^tion, Fis-K-Tshn 
Flue, Fl' 
Flu'enoy, Fis-N-S 
Flu'ant, Fl'-m 
Flu'eEtly, Fl3-Nt-L 
Flu'entness, F^-Nt-Ns 
Fluff, Fis-P 
Fluff' y, Fl=-F, Fl« P-B, 

ri2-F6t 

Flu'eel-man, Fl>-Gl-Mn 
Flu'id, F18-D 
Flu'idity, Fl»-D-T 
Flu'idness, Fl»-D-N8 
Fluke, FF-K 
Fluke'-worm, Fl'-K-Wr- 

M 
Fluk'y, F13-K 
Flume, FF-M 
Flum'mery, Fis-M-B 
Flung, ri2-NG 
Flunk, F12-NG-K, Fl^-NG- 

Kt, Fia-NG-K-NG 



TOO 

Flunk'yism, FI2 - NG- K 

zM 
Flu'or, Fl»-B 
Flu'or Albus. Pia-E-z;- 

Bs 
Fluores'cence, Fl'-Bs- 

NS 
Fluorto, Fli-E-K 
Flu'oride, Fli-iS-D 
Flu'orine, m'-Bn 
Flu'orous, m>-RB 
Flu'or-spar, Fls-ffs-P-B 
Flur-ry, f:2-«. Fis-Bd, 

Fia-ie-NG 
Flush, Fls-^Sfl; VV-SBt, 

FP-SB-THa 
Flush'deok, FI«-5H-D-K 
Flush'ing, Fia-SfliNG 
Flus'ter, Flstr«, Fl^-sTrd, 

FlBtr(')» 
Flute, Flta, FlS-Td, Flt»- 

KG 
Flut'ed, Fia-Td 
Flut'er, Fltr» 
Flut'ing, Flt5-NO 
Flut'ist, Fia-Tst • 
Flut'ter, Fnr», Fis-Trd, 

Fltr!!-NG 
Flut'terer, FltrS-iS 
Flu'vial, Fl'-Y-L 
Fluviat'io, Fl'-V-T-K 
Flu'viatile, Fia-Vt-L 
Flux, Fia-Ks, FlS-Kst, FI2. 

Ks-NG 
Flux'ation, Fl^-Esito 
Flux'ility, Fia-K-si-T 
Flux'ion, F12-KBlin 
Flux'ional, Fl=-Kshii-i 
Flux'ionary, Fia-Kshn-B 
Fly, Fli, Fl'-NG 
Fly'-blow, Fli-Bl, Fli- 

Bld, Fli-Bl-NG 
Fly'-boat, FU-Bt 
Fly'-oatoher, Fli-K-CHr 
Fly'er, PU-B 
Fly'-fish, Fli-F-MT 
Fly'ing-bridge, Fl'-NG- 

Br-J ■ 
Fly'ing-buttresB, Fl' - 

N6-B-Tre 
Fly'lng-flsh, Fli - NG - F- 

SB 
Fly'ing-jib, Fli-NG-J-B 
Fly'ing-squirrel, PV - 

NG-sKw-iJl 
Fly'-leaf, Fli-i-p 
Fly'-rail, PU-fil 
Fly'-epeok, Fli-sP-K 
Fly'trap, Pli-Tr-P 
Fly'-wheel, Pl'-wi 
Foal, pa-L, F2-Ld, F»-L- 

NG 
Foam, F2-M, ps-Md, F=- 

M-NG 
Foam'ingly, pa-M-NGl 
Foam'y, F^-M 
Fob, F»-B, Pi-Bd, PJ-B-NQ 
Fo'cal, Fs-Kl 
Fo'ci, pa-s 
Fo'ous, P»-Ks 



Fod'der, pi-Dr, Fi-Drd, 

F'-Dr-NG 
Foe, F2 

Foe'man, F'-Mn 
Poe'tal, Pta-L 
Foe'tua, F»-Ts 
Fog, Fi-G, Fi-G-D, Fl-G- 

Nq- 
Foe'-baiifc, Pi-G-B-NG-K 
Foe'-bell,Fi-G-B-L 
Foe'eaee, F"-G-J 
Fog'gily, Fi-G-i 
Fbg'giness, F'-G-Ns 
Fog'gy, Fi-G, Fi-G-B, F»- 

Gst 
Po'gy, FS-G 
Fo'gyism, F^-Gt-zM 
Foh, F2 
Foi'ble, FLBl 
Foil, Fi-L, Fi-Ld, Fl-L- 

NG 
Foil'er, Fi-L-K 
Foin, Fni 

Foin'ingly, Fni-NG-L 
Foist, Fsti, Fs'-Td, Fst(')i 
Foist'er, Fstr> 
Foist'y, Fsi-T 
Fold, Fi!-Ld, FS-i-Dd, F^- 

id-NG 
Fold'er, F^-r-Dr 
Folia'ceoua, F^£-£'2s 
Fo'liage, Fi!-£-J 
Fo'Iiate, F'-i-T, FS-i-Td, 

FS-i-T-NG 
Folia'tion, FS-ishn 
Fo'lio, F8i 
Folk, F2-K ■ 
Folk'-lore, ps-K-X-B 
Fol'icle, pi-i-Kl 
Folic'ular, F»-£-Kl-B 
Foiaow, P»-i, F»-id, pi- 

i-NG| 
Fol'lower, pi-i-B 
Fol'lowing, Pi-Z-NG 
Foiay, pi-£ 
Foment', r«-Mnt, ps-Mn- 

Td, F2-Mnt-NG 
Fomeixta'tion, pa-Mn- 

Tshn 
Foment'er, P^-Mntp 
Fond, Fndi, Pndri, Pnd'- 

St 
Fondle, F'-Nd-L, Pi-Nd- 

Ld, F>-Nd-L-NG 
Fondaer, Fndi-i-K 
Fond'ling, Fnd'-i-NG 
Fond'ly, Pnd'-i 
Fond'nesa, Fndi-Ns 
Font, PnM 
Font'al, Fi-Nt-L 
Font'anel, Pnti-N-L 
Food, pi-D 
Fool, PS-L, F»-Ld, PS-L- 

NO 
Fool'ery, F'-L-B 
FoolOiardiness, ps-X-Hr 

-D-Ns 
Fool'hardy, Pr^-^r-D 
Fool'ish, F3-L?^ 
Foorishiy, F8-L-5H1 



103 

Fool'lslineas, V-'h-SS-'Se 
Fools'cap, pa-Lz-K-P 
Fools'-errand, F» - iz - 

End 
Foot, Pta, F3-Td, Pt»-NG 
Foot'-ball, Pta-B-L 
Foot'-board, Pta-Brd 
Foot'-boy, Ft^-B 
Foot'-bridge, Pta-Br-J 
Foot'-oloth, Ft3-Kl-TH 
Foot'-fall, Pt3-r-L 
Foot'-guards, Fts-Grdz 
Foot'-fiold, Fta-Hld 
Foot'ing, Fta-NG 
Foot'less, Fts-is 
Foot'-light, Fta-it 
Foot'-man, Pt^-Mn 
Foot'-mark, Fts-Mr-K 
Foot'-note, Fta-Nt 
Foot'-paoe, Pts-Ps 
Foot'-pad, Fts-Pd 
Foot'-path, Pt3-P-TH 
Foot'-post, Fta-PBt 
Foot'-print, Pf-Prnt 
Foot'-sore, Pts'-B 
Foot'-stalk, FP-sT-K 
Foot'-step, Pt»-sT-P 
Foot'stool, Pts-sT-L 
Fcot'-stove, FP-sTv 
Foot'way, pa-T-W 

Fop, f;-p 

Fopaing, F>-P-i-NG 
Fop'pery, Pi-Pr 
Fop'pish, P'-P-SH 
Fop'pishly, P>-P-SS1 
Fop'pishness, pi - P - SB- 

Ns ■ 
For, Frl [P2]. The abbre- 
Tlation for for is written 
in the second position, to 
avoid its being mistaken, 
in hurried writing, for 
VI 0/. 

For'age, pi-U- J, pi-fl-Jd, 

pi-iS-J-NG 
For'ager, P»-iB-Jr. rSee 

Forger.'] 
Fora'men, F^-K-Mn 
Forasmuch', FrS-zM-CH, 

[pa-zM-CHI 
Foray' or Fbr'ay, psori- 

R~ 
Forbade', Fri-Bd [Pi-Bdj 
Forbear', Pr'-B-E, Pr'-B- 

ie-NG [Pi-B-K, F'-B-iJ- 

NG] 
Forbear'ance, Pr'-B-iJns 

[Pi-B-Kns] 
Forbid', Fr'-Bd, Fr»-Bd(-) 

[F»-Bd. pa-BdC)l 
Forbid'damce, Fr^-B-Dns 

[F8-B-Dna] 
Forbid'dor, Fr'-B-Dr 

[pa-B-Dr] 
Forbid'ding, Fr8-Bd(-) 

rpa-BdCJ] 
Forbore', Fr«-B-R [F^-B- 

B] 
Forborne', FrS-B-Bn [PS- 

B-Bu: 



FOR 

Force, pa-Bs, pa-Est, pa. 

Rs-NG 
Force'ful, P2-Es-P(-L) 
Force'less, ps-Es-is 
Foroe'meat, F^-Es-Mt 
For'ceps, Pi-E-ePs 
For'cer, F^EsE 
For'oible, F^-Es-BC-L) 
For'cibleness, pa-Es-B- 

i-Ns t!Bs] 
For'oibly, F!-Eb-B(-Z) 
Ford, pa-JJ-D, pa-iJ-Dd,. 

pa-B-D-NG 
Ford'able, pa-K-D-Bl 
Fore, pa-E 

Foreadvise', Fr'-D-Vz 
Fore'-arm, pa-R-E-M, pa- 

E-R-Md, pa-E-E-M-NQ 
Fore-arm', P'-R-E-M 
Forebode', Pra-Bd, FrS- 

B-Dd, Pra-Bd(-) 
Forebode'ment, Fra-Bd- 

Mnt 
Forebod'er, Fra-B-Dr 
Fore'oast, pa-E-Kst, pa- 

B-Kst(-) 
Forecast', pi-E-Kst 
Fore'castle, pa-R-Ks-L 
Forecit'gd, F'-Rs-Td 
Foreclose', Pra-Klz, Fra- 

Klzd, Pra-Klz-NG 
Foreolos'ure, Fra-Kl-ZHr 
Foredoom', F» - K - D - M, 

pa-Ji-D-Md, pa-ie-D-M- 

NG 
Fore'-end, FrS-Nd 
Fore'father, Pra-Pdhr 
Forefend', Fra-Fnd, Fra- 

F-N-Dd, Fra-Fnd-NG 
Fore'finger, Fra - F - NG - 

Gr (or -F-NGr) 
Fore'foot, Prz-Pt 
Fore'front, Pr8-Fmt 
Forego', pa-R-G, pa-R-G- 

NO 
Foregone', ps-R-Gn 
Fore'ground, pa-B-Grnd 
Fore'hand, pa-R-Hnd 
Forelianded, pa-R-Hn- 

Dd 
Foreliead, P>-je-D or F»- 

R-Hd 
For'eign, pi-itn 
For'eigner, P'-Bn-E 
For'eignness, F'-Kn-Ns 
Forejudge', Pra-J-J, Pra- 

J-J-D, Fra-J-J-NG 
Foreknew', Fra-Nu. See 

New. 
Foreknow', Fra . n, Fra - 

N-NG 
Forekuow'er, Pra-N-R 
Foreknowl'edge, Fr'.Nl 

-J [Frl-N-J] 
Foreknown', Fra-Nn 
Fore'land, pa-E-ind 
Forelay', pa-E-i 
Fore'lock, pa-E-i-K 
Fore'man, pa-E-Mn 
Fore'mast, Fa-E-Mst 



Foremen' tioned, r».B- 

M-N-W/nd 
Fore'most, F'-n-Mst 
Fore'name, rs r-n-m 
Fore'uamed, F^.R-u-Md 
Pore'noon, F^-R-Nn 
Foren'sio, F^-iJ-Ns-K 
Foren'sioal, F^-ij-Ns-Kl 
Foreordain', F^-R-K-Dn, 

Fa-E-ft-Dnd, FS-B-ie-Da 

-NO- 
Foreordma'tion, Fs-E- 

B-D-Nshn 
Fore'part, F^-R-Prt 
Fore'plane, F«-R-Pln 
Foreran', F^-R-fin 
Fore'rank, F2-K-«-NG-K 
Forerun', F^-B-Sn, Fs-R- 

Hn-NG 
Forerun'ner, F2-R-Bn-E 
Fore'sald, Fr=-sD 
Fore'sail, FS-Rs-i 
Foresaw', F'-fl-S 
Foresee', Fs-ij-s, Fs-K-S- 

NG" 
Foreseen', Fi>-7es-N 
Foreseer', F^-Rs-R 
Foreshad'ow, Fi - R - SH- 

D, F'-E-SH-Dd, F'-R-Sjr- 

D-NG 
Fore'ship, Frs-SH-P 
ForeBhort'eu, Fri-SHr- 

Tn, Fri-SHr-Tnd, Fr>- 

SHr-Tn-NG 
Foreshort'enlng, Fri • 

SHr-TuNG 
Foreshow', W-R-SH, F3 

RSHd, F2-R-SH-NG 
Foreshown', F^-B-SHn 
Foreshow'er, Fs-E-SH-R 
Fore'side, FS-Es-D 
Fore'sight, F'-Es-T 
Fore'skin, FS-Bs-Kn 
For'est, Fi-«st, Fi-iJs-Td, 

F"-BstC) 
Forestall', Fi-iJs-T-I,, Fi- 

iJs-T-Ld, pi-fis-T-L-NG 
Forestall'er, F^-iSs-T-i-E 
For'ester, Fi-SBtp 
Fore'taste, Fr^-Tst, Fr^- 

Ts-Td, Fr2-Tst-NG 
Foretaste', F2-i?-Tst 
Fore'teeth, Fr=-T-TH 
Foretell', FS-R-Tl, F»-E- 

Tl-NG 
Foretell'er, Fr-T-i-E 
Fore'thought, Fr^-THt 
Foreto'ken, Fr^-T-Kn. 

FrS-T-Knd, FrS-T-Kn-NG 
Fore'token, Fr«-T-Kn 
Foretold', F^-R-Tld 
Fore'tooth, Fr^-T-TH 
Fore'top, Fr^-T-P 
Forev'er, Frii-Vr [F^-V] 
Forewarn', Fr>-Wrn, Fr' 

■Wmd, Fri-Wm-NG 
Forewent', F»-R-Wnt 
Fore'wlnd, F^-R-Wnd 
I'ore'woman, FS-E-W- 

Hn 



104 

For'feit, Fr'-Ft, Fri-F- 

Td, Fri-Ft-NG 
For'feitable, Fr»-Ft-Bl 
For'felter, Fr'-Ftr 
For'feiture, Fr'-Ftr 
Forgave', F^-R-Gv [F^- 

!G] _, 

Forge, Fr»- J, FrS- Jd, Fr«- 

J-NG 
For'ger, FrS-Jr. (See For- 
ager,) 
For'gery, FrS-Jr 
Forget', FS-R-Gt. FS-B-Gt 

-NG rFSiGt. FSiGt-NG] 
Forget'ful, F' - R - Gt - Fl 

[P2'.Gt-FI] 
Forget'fulness, F^-E-Gt 

Fl-Ns [F2;Gt-Fl-Ns] 
Forget'-me-not, F'-E- 

Gt-Mnt 
Forget'ter, F^-R-Gtr 
Forgiv'able, F^-R-Gv-B- 

L [F»!G-B13 
Forgive', F»-R-Gv, FS-R- 

Gv-NG [FSJG, Fa'.G(-)] 
Forgiv'en, F»-B-G-Vn 

[F«iG] 
Forgive'neas, F' - R - Gv - 

Ns [F8iG-NB] 

Forgiv'er, fi-r-Gv-b 

Forgiv'ing, F'-R-Gv-NG 

„[P»!GC)] 

Forgot', F>-R-Gt [FMGt] 

Forgot'ten, Fi - B - G - Tn 

[FiiG-Tn] 
Fork, F'- E - K, F> - B - Kt, 

F'-BK-NG 
Fork'ednesB,F'-E-Kd-N6 
Fork'iuess, F>-E-K-Ns 
Fork'y, F'-E-K 
Forlorn', F'-E-i-Bn 
Forlom'-hope, Fi-E-£- 

En-P 
Forlom'ness, F»-E-i-En- 

Ns 
Form, F'-B-M. F»-B-Md. 

F'-B-M-NG [F>, Fd>, 

FM-)] 
Form'al, Fi-E-M-£ [Fi- 

Ml] 
Form'alism, Fi-B-M-iz- 

M [F'-Mlz-MJ 
Form'alist, Fi-B - M - Zst 

[F'-MlBt] 
Formal'ity, Fi-B-M-i-T 

[f>-mi-t: 

Form'ally, F" - E - M - Z 

[F'Ml] 
Forma'tion, F«-E-Mshn 

[FshnS] 
Form'ative, F'-E-Mt-T 
Form'er, F'-B-Mr 
For'mer, (o) Fr'-Mr 
For'merly, Fr'-Mr-i 
For'mio, Fri-M-K 
Fdrmica'tion, Fr^ - M - 

Kstan 
For'midable, Fri-Md-Bl 
For'iuidablenesB, Fr> - 

Md-Bl-Ns [!Bs] 



FOR 

Formless, F'-B-M-is 
Form'lessness, Fi-B-M- 

Xs-Ns 
For'mula, Fi-B-M-£ 
For'mulSB, Fi-B-M-i 
For'mulary, F'-B-M-L-S 
For'mulate, F'-BM-it, 

Fi-E-M-i-Td, Fi-B-M-£t- 

NG 
For'mulize, F'-B-M-iz, 

Fi-B-M-izd, Fi-B-M.Z,z- 

NG 
For'nicate, F'-Bn-Kt, Fi- 

Bn-K-Td. F'-Bn-Kt-NG 
Fomioa'tion, F^ - Bn - 

Kstan 
For'nioator, Fi-Bn-Ktr 
For'ray, F'-B 
Forray', F^-B 
Forsake', F^-Es-K, FS-Bs- 

K-NG 
Forsak'en, F^-Bs-Kn 
Forsak'er, F2 Es-K-E 
Forsook', Fa-Bs-K 
Forsooth', Frs»-TH 
Forswear", Fr>-sWr, Fri- 

sWr-NG [FI-B-bB, F1- 

BsB-NG 
Forswear'er, Fr>-sWr-K 

[F>-B-sS-B] 
Forswore', FrS-sWr [F2- 

B-sB] 
Forsworn', FrS-sWm [F8. 

E-BBn] 
Fort, F2-Bt 
Fort'alice, FS-Bt-is 
Forte, F2-Bt - 
Fop'te, F^-B-T 
Forth, F2-B-TH 
Forth'-eoming, F^-B-TH 

-K-M-NG [F2-B-TH-K(-)] 
Forthwith', F^-B-TH-TH 

(or -DH) 
For'tieth, F^-B-T-TH 

(or 40TH) 
For'tiflable, Frti-F-BI 
Fortifloa'tion, Frt=-p. 

Kstan 
For'tifier, Frt'-F-R 
For'tUfy, Frti-F, Frt'-Fi 

Frt>.F-NG 
Fortis'simo, Fi-»-T-sM 
For'titude, Fvt»-Td 
Fort'night, Frti-Nt 
Fort'nightly, Frt'-Nt-L 
For'tress, Fr' Trs 
Fortu'itous, Frs-T-Ts 
Fortu'itously, Fr»- T - T- 

sL 
Fortu'itousness, Fi-»-T- 

Tb-Nb 

For'tunate, rr'-CH-Nt 
For'tunately, Fr'-CH-Nt- 

L 
For'tunatenesa, Ft1-CH- 

Nt-Na 
For'tune, Fr'-CHn 
For'tuned, Fri-CHnd 
For'tune-teUer, Fri-OHn 

T-i-B 



FOK 

For'tune-telllng, Fr' - 

CHu-T-i-NG 
For'tuneless, Fri-CHn-Ls 
I'or'ty, F»-fl-T (or 40) 
Fo'rum, FS-E-M 
For'ward, Pr»-Wra [Fi- 

Wrd, Fi-WrDd, Fi- 

WrdC)] 
Por'wards, Fr' - Wrds 

[Fi-Wrds2 
For'warder, Fr' - "Wrdr 

[Fi-Wrdr] 
Por'wardly, Fri - Wrd - L 

[Fl-Wrd-i] 
Por'wardnesa, Fr'-Wrd- 

Ns [Fi-Wrd-Ns] 
Por'wards.Fr'-Wrds [F'- 

Wrds] 
Forzaa'do, Frzi-N-D 
Fosse, Fsi 
Pos'sil, Fsi-L 
Fossillf erons, Fs^-L-Frs 
Fos'silist, Fs'-Lst 
Fossiliza'tion, Vef-Jjzstn 
Fos'silize, Fsi-Lz, Fsi- 

Lzd, Fs»-Lz-NG 
Pos'ter, Fstr', F'-sTrd, 

FstriC) 
Fos'terage, F>-sTr-J 
Fos'ter - child, Fstr» ! 

CHld 
Fos'terer, Fstr'-B 
FoB'texrfatlier, Fstri 

SFdhr 
Fos'terling, F5tr>-£-NG ■ 
Foa'ter-mother, Fstr'- 

Mdhr 
Fos'ter-parent, Fstr' ! P'- 

Rnt 
Fos'ter-sister, Fstri 

issTr» 
Fos'ter-son, Fstr' isN" 
Foth'er, Fdhr>, Fdhr' - D, 

Fdhri-NG 
Fought, FP 
Foul, (o.) F»-L, Fi-£-B, Fi 

■Lst 
Foul, (t>.) Fi-L, Fi-Ld, F>- 

L-NG 
Foulard', Fi-t-Bd 
Foul'ly, F'-L-i 
Foul'mouthed, F'-L-M- 

DHd 
Foul'ness, Fi-L-Ns 
Foul'-spofcen, F' - Ls - P - 

Kn [-sPn] 
Fou'mart, V'-ll-Rt 
Found, Fndi, Fi-N-Dd, 

Fndi-NG 
a Note. — When used as the 
past-tense form of Ji/nd 
fau/nd slibuld always be 
vocalized to distinguish it 
from Jmd. 

Founda'tion, Fnd"-SSh 
Founda'tiouer, Fnda- 

SHa-Jt 
Found'er, Fndr', Fndi- 

Rd. Pndr'-NG 
Found'erbus, Fndri-S 

5* 



105 

Found'ery, Fnd'-iJ 
Founding, Fnd'-NG 
Found'ling, Fnd'ii-NG 
Found'ress, Fna>-«B 
Found 'ry, Fndi-ie 
Fount, Fnti 
Fount'ain, Fnt'-N 
Fount'ain-head, Fnt'-N- 

Hd 
Four, ps-R (or 4) 
Four'fold, Fr2-F-Ld 
Four'footed, FrS-F-Td 
Fou'rierism, F^-ie-H-zM 
Foulrterite, F3-B-2e-T 
Fbur'-legged, F^-E-i-G- 

D 
Four'aoore, fs-Rs-k-R 
Four'aquare, F*-R-bKw- 

R 
Four'teen,'F=-«-Tn (or 

14) 
Four'teenth, F^-B-Tn-TH 

(orl4TH) 
Fourth, FS-H-TH (or4TH) 
Fourth'ly, -e^R-TB-L (or 

4TH-i) 
Four'-wheeled, F^-R- 

Wld 
Fowl, Fi-L 
Fowl'er, ri-£-E 
Fo-wl'ing, F'-L-NG 
Fowl'ing-pieoe, Fi - L - 

NG-Ps 
Fox, F'-Ks, Fi-Kst, Fi-Ks- 

NG 
Fox'-chase, Fi-Ks-CHs 
Foxed, F'-Kst 
Fox'-evll, Fi-Ks-V-L 
Fox'glove, Fi-Ks-Glv 
Fox'-hound, Fi-K-sHnd 
Fox'-hunt, Fi-K-sHnt 
FOx'-hunter, F'-K-sHntr 
Fox'iah, F»-Ks-SH 
Fox'like, Fi-K-si-K 
Fox'tail, F»-Ks-T-L 
Fox'-trap, F>-K-sTr-P 
Fox'y, Fi-K-S 
Fra'cas, Fr^-Ks 
Frac'ted, Fri-K-Td 
Frac'tion, Fri-Kshn 
Frac'tional, Fr'-Kshn-i 
Frac'tionary, Fr' - Kshn- 

R 
Frao'tious, Fri-K-SHe 
Frao'tiously, Fr»-K-SHs- 

L 
Frao'tiousnesa, Fr'-K- 

8Hb-Ns 
Fraot'ure, Fri-K-CHr, Fri 

-K-CHrd, Frl-K-CHr-NG 
Frag'ile, Fr>- J-L 
Fragility, Fi«-J-£-T (or 

■J-Lt) 
Frag'ment, Pr'-G-Mnt 
Frag'mentary, Fr' - Q ■ 

Mnt-iJ 
Fra'grance, FrS-Grns 
Fra'granoy, Fr^^Gm-S 
Fra'grant, Fr^-Gmt 
Fra'grantly, Fr^-Gmt-i 



FRE 

Frail, Fr^-L, Vi'-L-R, WA 

Lst 
Frail'nesB, FrS-E-Ns 
Frail'ty, Fr'-i-T (or -Lt) 
Fraise Frz^ 
Frame, FpS-M, Fr»-Md, 

Fr2-M-NG 
Fram'er, Pr'-Mr 
Frame'-work, FrS-M-Wr- 

E 
Franc, Fm'-K 
Fran'chise, Fr'-N-CHz, 

Fri-N-OHzd, Fr'-N-CHz- 

NG 
Fran'chiaeqient, Fr'-N- 

CH-zMnt 
Francis'can, Fr' Nss-En - 
Frano'olin, Frni-K-in 
Frangibil'ity, Fr»-N-J- 

Blt 
Fran'gible, Fr'-N-J-Bl 
Fran'^ipane, Fri-N-J-Pn 
Frangipan'ni, Fr'-N-J-P- 

N 
Fraak, (a.) Frni-K, Fr»- 

NG-Kr, Fmi-Kst 
Frank, («.) Fmi-K, Frn>- 

Kt. Fmi-K-NG ' 
Frankalmoigne', Fr'-l^G 

-Kl-Mn 
Frankin'cenae, Fm» - K - 

Ns-Ns 
Frank'incenae, Fmi - K - 

Ns-Ns 
Frank'lin, Fr'-NG-Kln 
Frank'ly, Frn'-K-i 
Frank'neas, Fm'-K-Ns 
Frank'pledge, Fm>-E- 

Pl-J 
Fran'tio, Frnt'-K 
Fran'ticly, Fmti-K-£ 
Frau'ticness, Fmti-K-Na 
Frap, Fri-P, Fri-Pt, Fr>-P- 

NG 
Frater'nal-ly, Prtr«-Nl 
Frater'nity, Frtr^-N-T 
Fratemiza'tion, Frtrs- 

NzsAn 
Fra'ternize or Frater*- 

nize, Frtr2-Nz, FrtrS- 

Nzd, Frtr2-Nz-NG 
Frat'ricidal, Frtrs'-D-L 
Frat'rioide, Frtrs^-D 
Fraud, Frd' 
Fraud'ful-ly, Frdi-Fl 
Fraud'ulenoe, Frd'-ins 
Fraud'ulenoy, Frd'-in-S 
Fraud'ulent, Frdi-int 
Fraud'ulently, Frd^-int- 

L 
Fraught, Frt' 
Fray, Fr^, Frds, Pr^-NG 
Freak, Fi'S-K, Pr'-K-T, Fr^ 

-K-NG 
Freak'ish, Fr«-K-SH 
Freak'ishly, Fr^-K-Mn 
Freak'ishneas, Fr^-K-SH- 

Ns 
Freok'le, FrS-Kl, FrS-Kld, 

Frs-Kl-NG 



FEE 

Freokay, Frs-Kl 

Free, (o.) Fr«, Fr»-B, Frst« 

Tree, (u.) Fr», FrS-D, rr»- 

NG 
Pree'booter, Fr'-Btr 
Freetorn, Fr^-B -iJn 
Freed'man, FrS-D-Mn 
Freed'men, Fi8-D !Mn2 
Pree'dom, rr"-D-M 
Free'-hearted, Frs-Hr- 

Td 
Free'-heartedness, rrs- 

Hr-Td-Ns 
Free'hold, Fr^-Hld 
Free'holder, Frs-Hldr 
Free'-liver, Fr»-i-Vr 
Free'-living, Frs-i-V-NG 
Free'love, Frs-i-V 
Free'ly, Fr^-i 
Free'man, rr»-Mn 
Free'men, Fr» ! Mn= 
Free'-martin, Frs - M - R- 

Tn 
Free'maBon, Fr*-Ms-N 
Free'masonry, Fr»-Ms-N 

■B 
Free'ness, Fr'-N s 
Free'soiler, FrS-si-B 
Free'stone, Fr^-sTn 
Free'thinker, Frs-TH- 

NG-Kr [Frs-TH-Kr] 
Free'thinking, Fr'- TH - 

NG-K-NG [Fr8-THC): 
Free'-trade, Frs-Trd 
Free'-trader, Fr'-Tr Dr 
Free'-warren, Fr'-W-Sn 
Free-will', Fr^-Wl 
Free'-will, Fr'-Wl 
Free'-woman, Fr^-W-Mn 
Freeze, Frzs, Frz»-NG 
Freez'mg-point, Frz»- 

NG-Pnt 
Freight, rrt«, Fr^-Td, 

Fr»i-NG 
Freight'age, Frta- J 
Freight'er, Frtrs 
French, Fr^-N-OH 
French'-berry, Fr^-N- 

cn-S-B 
French'-chalk, Frs - N - 

CH-CH-K 
Prenoh'-horn, Fr^-N-CH- 

H-iZn 
Frenoh'lfy, FrS-N-CH-F, 

rr2-N-0H-Fd. Fr>-N-CH- 

F-NG 
Frenoh'man, Fr^-N-CH- 

Mn 
Prench'men, Fr^ - N - OH 

'.Mvfi 
French'-roof, Fr»-N-OH- 

Bt 
Prenoh'-white, Frs-N- 

CH-Wt 
Frenet'io, Fr>-Nt-K 
Prenet'ioal, Frs-Nt-Kl 
Pren'zied, Fr^-Nz-D 
Pren'zy, Frn'-Z 
Fre'quenoe, Fr^-Kwus 
Pre'quenoy, Frs-Kwn-S 



loe 

Fre'quent, Fr»-Kwnt 

[Fmtii] 
Frequent', Fr'-Kwnt. Fr^ 

-Kwn-Td. Fr2-Kwnt-NG 
Prequeuta'tion, Fr^- 

Ewn-Tshn ^ 
Frequent'atire, Fr^- 

Kwnt-TT 
Frequent'er, Fr^-Ewntr 
Fre'quently, Fr'-Kwnt-i 

[Frntsii) 
Pre'quehtness, Fr8-Kwnt 

•Ns ' 

Fres'oo, Frs^ - K, Fr^ - Kd, 

Frsii-K-NG 
Fresh, Fr! - SH, Fr^ - SHr, 

FrS-SHst 
Presh'en, Fr'-SHh, Fr^- 

SHnd. Fr^-SHn-NG 
Presh'et, Fr2-SHt 
Fresh'force, Fr^-SH-F-Ke 
Presh'ly, Fr^ -Sfll 
Presh'man, Fr^-SH-Mn 
Fresh'men, Vi^-SHiMn' 
Presh'ness, Fr^-SH-Ns 
Fresh'-tap, Fr^ -Sff-T-P 
Fresh'-water, Fi^-SH- 

Wtr 
Fret, Frt2, Fr=-Td, Frt'- 

NG 
Pret'ful-ly, Frt^-Fl 
Fret'fulness, Frts-Fl-Ns 
Fret'ten, Fr^-Tn 
Fret'ter, Frtr^ 
Fret'ty, Fr^T 
Pret'work, Frt^-Wr-K 
Friabil'ity, Fr»-B-i-T 
Pri'able, Fr'-Bl 
Fri'ableness, Fri-Bl-Ns 
Fri'ar, Fri-B 
Pri'arlike, Fr'-B-i-K 
Fri'arly, Fr'-B-i 
Fri'airy, Fr>-B 
Frib'ble, FrS-Bl 
Prib'bler, Frs-Bl-E 
Fricassee', Fr»-K-8, Fr»- 

Ks-D, Fr»-K-S-NG 
Fric'ative, Frs-K-Tv 
Fric'tion, Fr'-Kshn 
Fric'tional, Fr^-Kshn-X 
Fri'day, Fr'-D 
Fried, Fri-D 
Friend, Fmda, FrS-N-Dd, 

Frnd2-NG 
Friend'less, FrndS-Ls 
Friend'lessuess, Frnd^- 

La-THa 
Friendliness, Fmd'-L- 

Ns 
Friendly, Frnd^-i 
Friend'ship, Frnd'-Sff-P 

[Frnd2:SH] 
Frieze, Frz' 
Prig'ate, Fr'-G-T 
Frig'ate-bird, Fr" - G - T - 

Bih 
Fright, Frt>, Fri-Td, Frt'- 

NG 
Fright'en, Fri-Tn 
Pright'flil-ly, Frt»-Fl 



FKO 

Pright'fulness, Frt' - Fl- 

Nb tFrti:F8] 
Prig^id, FrS-Jd 
Frigid'ity, Fr'-Jd-T 
Frig'idly, Fra-Jd-i 
Frig'idness, Fr'-Jd-Ns 
Prigorif io, Fr'-Gri-K 
Prigorii'ieal, Fr» ■ Gr - F 

El 
Frill, Fr3-L, FrS-Ld, Fr'- 

L-NG 
PriDge, Fr»-N-J, .Fr»-N- 

Jd, FrS-N-J-NG 
Frin'gy, Fr^-N-J 
Prip'per, rr»-Pr 
Frip'pery, Fr'-Pr 
Friseur', Frzu-E 
Frisk, Frsa-E, Frs'-Kt, 

Frs8-E-NG 
Prisk'er, Fr^-sKr 
Prisk'et, Frss-Kt 
Frisk'iness, Frs'-E-Ns 
Frisk'y, Frs^-E 
Frit, Frta, Fr^-Td, FrP-NG 
Frith, Fra-TH 
Frit'ter, Frtrs, Fr^-Trd, 

Frtr»-NG 
Frivol'lty, Fr'-Tl-T 
Priv'olous, Fr8-V-is 
Friv'olously, FV-V-Ls-L 
Priv'olousness, Frs-V- 

is-Ns 
Friz, Frza. Frzd». FrzS-NG 
Priz'zle, Fr^-ZI, Fr'-Zld, 

Fr»-Zl-NG 
Friz'zler, Fr^-Zl-E 
Pro, Frs 
Frock, Fri-K 
Prock'-coat, Fr'-E-K-T 
Prog, Fri-G 
Prog'-hopper, Fr> - G ■ H- 

Pr 
Prol'ic, Fri-i-E 
Proricsome, Fri-i-E-sM 
Prol'icsomeness, Fr^-i- 

E-sM-Ns 
From, Fri-M [Mi: 
Frond, Frndi 
Fronda'tion, Fr=-N-Dshn 
Frondes'cence, Fmd^- 

Sns 
Prondif'erous, Fr^-N-Df- 

Bs 
Prondose', Fr=-N-Ds 
Prond'ous, Fmd'-S 
Frous, Frnz' 
Front, Frnta, Fr^-N-Td, 

Frnta-NG 
Pront'age, Fr~Nt-J 
Pront'al, Fmt' -i 
Pront'ier, Fmt»-E 
Pront'ispieoe, Fmta-S-Ps 
Pront'less, Frnt'-iB 
Front'let, Fmts-£t 
Frost, Frsti, Frs' - Td, 

FrstO' 
Prost'-bite, Frs'-Bt 
Prost'-bitten, Fre'-B-Tn 
Prost'ily, Frs'-T-i 
Prosfiaess, Frs'-T-Ns 



FKO 

Frosf ing, rr5t(-)i 

I^st'y, rrs>-T 

Froth, Fr' - TH, Fri - THt, 

rr>-TH-NG 
Proth'ily, Fri-TH-L 
Proth'iness, Fri-TH-Ns 
Proth'y, Fr'-TH 
IMrounoe, FmsS Fr'-Nst, 

Fri-Ns-N& 
Frou'zy, Fr'-Z 
Fro'wardj FrS-Wrd 
Fro'wariHy, Fr^-Wrd-Z 
I'ro'waTdness, Fr^-Wrd- 

Ns 
Frow'ey, Fri 
IFrown, Fmi, Fmdi, Frni- 

NG 
Prown'ingly, Fmi-NG-Z 
Frow'y, Fri 
Frow'zy, Fri-Z 
Froze, Frz» 
Froz'en, Frz^-N 
Fruotes'oenoe, Fr=-K-Ts- 

Ns 
FruotiTerous, Fr^-K-T- 

Frs 
Fructiflca'tion, Fr^-K- 

Tf-Kshn 
Fruo'ti^, FrS-K-T-F, Fr«- 

K-Tf-D, Fr2-K-Tf-NG 
Frue'tuous, Fr^-K-Ts 
Ftu'gal, Fr3-Gl 
Frugal'ity, Fri-Gl-T 
Fru'gally, Fr»-Gl 
Frugif erous, Fr^-J-Frs 
Frugiv'erous, Fr"- J-Yrs 
Fruit, Fit" 
Fruit'age, Frts-J 
Fruit'-bud, Frt^-Bd 
Fruit'erer, Fr»-Tr-K 
Fruit'ery, Fr»-Tr 
Fruit'fnI-ly, Frts-Fl 
Fruiffulneas, Frts-Fl-Ns 

[:Fs] 
Frui'tion, Frshn' 
Fruit'less, Frt"-LB 
Fniit'lessly, Frta-is-i 
Fruit'lessneas, Frts-is 

Ns [iis] 
Fruit'-tree, Frt*-Tr 
Fruit'y, Fr«-T 
Frumenta'eeous, Fr" - 

Mnt-SHs 
Fru'menty, Fr^-Mn-T 
Frump, Fr2-M-P 
Frush, Vv'-SH 
Frus'ta, Frs^-T 
Frustra'neous, Fr= -sTr ■ 

Frus'trate, Fr^-eTrt, Fr«- 

BTr'Td, Fr2-8Trt(-) 
Frustra'tion, FrS-sTrshn 
Frua'trative, Fr'-sTr-Tv 
Fruat'ulent, Frs'-T-int 
Frua'tum, FraS-T-M; 
Frutea'oent, Fr^-Ts-Nt 
Fru'tioose, Fi-s-T-Ks 
Fru'tioous, FrS-T-Ks 
Fry, Fri, Fr'-D, Fr'-NG 
Fry'ing-pan, Fr'-NG-Pn 



107 

Fu'cate, F'-K-T 
Fu'oated, F"-K-Td 
Fuoh'aia, Fs-SH or f^-k- 

S 
Fuici, F3-S 
Fu'ooid, F'-K-D 
Fuooid'al, Fi-K-Dl 
Fu'ous, F8-KS 
Fud'dle, FS-Dl, F^-Dld, 

F»-D1-NG 
Fud'dler, F»-D1-B 
Fudge, F2-J 
Fu'el, F3-L 
Fuga'oious, F^-G-SHb 
Fuga'ciouaness, F^-G- 

SHs-Ns 
Fugac'ity, F'-Gs-T 
Fugh, F" 
Fu'gitive, F^- J-Tv 
Fu'gitively, Fa-Jt-Vl 
Fu'gitiveneaa, F» - J - Tv- 

Ns 
Fu'gleman, F^-Gl-Mu 
Fugue, F3-G 
Ful'cra, Fl^-Kr 
Ful'orujn, Fl^-Kr-M 
Fulfill', FP-F-L, F18-F-La 

F1»-F-L-NG 
FulflU'er, Fis-F-L-E 
FulflU'iug, F13-F-L-NG 
FulflU'ment, Fl'-F-L- 

Mnt 
Ful'genoy, Fl^-J-N-S 
Ful'gent, F12-Jnt 
Ful'gor, Fiz-Gr 
Ful'gurite, Fl^Lor-T 
Fu,l'Eam, F12-M 
Fulig'inoua, F3-£-J-Ns 
Full, (a.) F8-L, F»-i-K, F8- 

Lst 
Full, (V.) Fa-L, FS-Ld, Fs 

L-NG 
FuU'er, F^-i-B 
FnU'er'a-earth, F'-i-Bz- 

K-TH 
FuU'ery, ¥3-L-R 
FuU'ing-mill, F^-L-NG- 

Ml 
FuU'neas, fs-l-Ns 
Ful'ly, F»-£ 
Ful'mmaut, Fl=-Mii-Nt 
Ful'minate-, Fl^-M-N-T, 

Fl!i-M-If-Td, F12-M-N-T- 

NG , 
Fulmina'tion, Fl^-M- 

Nshn 
Ful'minatory, Fl^-M-N- 

T-K 
Fulmin'io, Fl»-M-N-K 
Ful'aome, FS-is-M 
Ful'aomely, F^-is-M-i 
Fursomeuess, Fs-Ls-M- 

Ns 
Ful'vid, F»-X-Vd 
Ful'vous, F2-Z-VS 
Fum'ble, FS-M-Bl, F^-M- 

Bid, F2-M-B1-NG 
Fum'bler, F^-M-Bl-R 
Fume, FS - M, FS - Md , F3- 

M-NG 



FUR 

Fumif eroua, Fs-M-Frs 
Fu'migate, F^-M-Gt, F»- 

M-G-Td, F8-M-Gt-NG 
Fumiga'tion, F^-M-Gslm 
Fu'migatory, F'-M-G-T- 

It 
Fu'miter, F»-Mtr 
Fu'mitory, V-M-T-B 
Fum'ous, F8-MS 
Fum'y, Fs-M 
Fun, FnS 
FunamTjulatory, F»-N- 

M-Blt-K 
Fvmam'buliat, Fi - N - M- 

BlBt 

Func'tion, F^-NGshn 
Funo'tional-ly, F" • 

NGshn-i 
Funo'tiouary, F^-NGshn 

B 
Fund, Fnd^, F^-N-Dd, 

Fnd!!-NG 
Fund'able, Fnd2-B-L 
Fun'dament, Fnd2-Mnt 
Fundament'al, Fnds'. 

Mnt 
Fundament'ally, Fnd^- 

Mut-i 
Fund'ed, F^-N-Dd 
Fune'brlal, Fa-N-Br-L 
Fu'neral, Fa-Nr-L. See 

Fkinereal, 
Fune'real, F'-N-jei. See 

FuneriU, 
Fun'gi, F2-N-G 
Fuu'goid, F2-NG-Gd 
Fungos'ity, Fni-Gs-T 
Fuu'goua, Fn2-Gs 
Fuu'gUB, Fn8-Gs 
Fu'niole, F8-N-K1 
Funio'ular, F8-N-K1-B 
Funk, Fi-NG-K, F2-NGt, 

F2-NG-K-NG 
Fun'uel, F^-Nl 
Fun'niug, Fu^-kg 
Fun'ny, Fs-N, F^-N-B, F=- 

Nst 
Fur, F2-B, F2-2ed, F2-E-NG 
Fur'below, Vc'-B-L, Fi-s- 

B-£d. r2-B-i-NG 
Fur'biah, Fr~B-SH, FrS- 

B-SHt, Fr2-B-SH-NG 
Fur'biaher, Fr^-B-SHr 
Fur'oate, F^-K-Kt 
Fur'cated, F^-R-K-Td 
Furea'tion, F^-K-Kshn 
Furfura'ceous, Fr=-F-K- 

SHs 
Furio'ao, F^-B-S 
Fu'rioua, F" - Rs. Sea 

Fierce, 
Fu'riously, F3-K-s£. See 

Fiercely. 
Fu'riouaness, F^ - as - Ns. 

See Fierceness,' 
Furl, F2-K1, F2-«ld, F!-iEl 

-NG 
Fur'long, F2-E-i-NG 
Fur'lough, F--R-L, FS-E- 
id, F2-E-£-NG 



FUR 

Fur'naoe, rs-R-Ns 
IPur'nish, Fms-Sff Tnfi- 

Sm, Frn'-SH-'SG 
Pur'niBher, Frns-Sff-K 
JPur'niture, Frntra 
Fu'ror, F3.R-B 
Furred, F'-Bi 
I"ur'rier, y-R-B 
Fur'riery, ra-iJ-JJI 
I'ur'ring, F^-B-Na 
Pur'row, pa - S, r» - S - D. 

F8-iJ-Na 
Pur'ry, V'-R 
I'ur'ther, Frdhrs, Frdhr^- 

D, rrdhrS-Na 
Pur'theranoe, rrdhri!-Ns 
Fur'therer, Frdlira-K 
Pur'thermore, Frdhrs- 

Mr 
Pur'thermOBt, Frdhr- 

Mst 
Fur'thest, PrS-DHst 
Pur'tive, Frt^-v 
Pur'tiveiy, Frt=-V-£ 
Fu'runole, FS-ie-NG-Kl 
Fu'ry, F'-B 
Furze, F^-Kz 
Fur'zy, F^-B-Z 
Fu'sarole, Fss-JT-L • 
Fusoa'tion, Fs-Kshn 
Fus'oine, Fs^-N 
Fus'cous, Fs^-Es 
Fuse, Fz3, Fzd', Fz!-NG 
Fusee', F^-Z 
Fu'sel,Fss-L 
FuslbiVity, FzS-B-£t ' 
Fu'sible, Fz^-B-L 
Fu'siform, Fss-F-K-M 
Fu'sil, Fz3-L 
Fu'sillade, F»-zi-D, F'- 

zZ-Dd, F8-zi-D-NG 
Fusillade', FS-si-D 
Fusileer', F'-zi-B 
Fusilier', F'-zi-B 
Fus'ing, Fza-NG ' 
Fu'sion, Fzlins 
Fuss, Fb2 Fsta, F=s-NG 
Fuss'ily, F2-S1 
Fuss'y, F=-S, Fs-S-K, F=- 

Sst 
Fust, Fsti! 
Fus'tet, Fss-Tt 
Fus'tian, Fs^-CHn 
Fus'tigate, Fs^-T-Gt 
Fustlga'tion, Fsa-T-Gshn 
Fus'tio, Fs2-T-K 
Fust'iness, Fs^-T-Ns 
Fust'y, Fs»-T, Fss-T-B, 

Fs2--Tst 
Fu'tile, Fts-L 
Futil'ity, Fts-Z-T 
Fut'took, F2-T-K 
Fut'ure, Ftrs 
Fut'urisi* F'-T-Rst 
Futu'rity, F'-T-R-T 
Fuze, Fz' 
Fuzz, Fz2 
Fuz'zle, F2-Z1 
Py, Fi 
Fyke, Fi-K 



108 



G. 



G, the seventh letter of the 
Alphabet, has two sounds, 
namely, its own proper 
sound, as in ^ay, and that 
of ^', as in pern. Beforo a, 
0, u, I, and r, g has its own 
sound, as In frame, gOj ^nll, 
^lad, ^ow, etc.; and then 
its proper phonographic 
sign is Gay, Before e, i, 
and y, g sometimes has its 
own sound, as in pet, ^11 
(the respiratory organ in a 
fish), etc. ; but it more fre- 
quently in such cases has 
the sound of j, as in pem, 
^11 (the fourth part of a 
pint), pyve, etc.; and then 
its proper phonographic 
sign is Jay. 

Gg has the sound of single 
g. See Bh. 

Ghy at the beginning of 
words, has the sound of 
simple ^, as in pAost, ghjajeX- 
ly, etc. In the middle or 
at the end of words, it has 
various sounds. 

G, before n, at the begin- 
ning of words, is silent, as 
in onat, onaw. See silent &. 
Gab,G-Bi, G-Bdi Q-Bi- 

NG 
Gabardine', G-Br'-Dn 
Gab'ble, G-BU, G-Bldi, 

G-Bli-NG 
Gab'bler, Gi-Bl-R 
Ga'bion, G-Bn!" 
GaTDle, G-B1> 
Gad, Gdi, G-Dd>, Gdi-NG 
Gad'-about, Gd-Bti 
Gad'der, G-Dr' 
Gad'fly, G-Di-FI 
Gad'-wall, Gd-Wl' 
Gael, G-L2 
Gae'lic, G-ia-K 
Gaff, Gf » 
Gaffer, G-Fri 
Gaf fle, G-FH 
Gag, G>-G, G-G-Di, Gi-G- 

NG 
Gage, G-ja, G-Jd=, G-ja- 

NG 
Ga'ger, G- Jr^ 
Gagged, G-G-D' 
Gag'ger, G^-Gr 
GaPety, G-T» 
Gai'ly, G-za 
Gain, GnS, Gnfla, On=-KO 
Gain'age, Gn-ja 
Gain'er, Ga-Nr 
Gain'ful, Gn-Ea-i, 
Gain'fuuy, Gn-I'a-Z, 



GAL 

Gain'fulnsss, an-Fa-£-Ns 

[!Fs] 
Gain'ings, Gna-NGz 
Gain'less, Gn-.tsa 
Gain'lessness, On-Xsa-Ng 

[!is] 
Gain'ly, Gn-Z.? 
Gainsay' or Gain'say, 

Gn-sa, G-Ns-Da, Gn-sa- 

NG 
Gainsay'er or Gain'say- 

er, Gn-Sa-B • 
Gain'saying, Gn-Sa-NG 
Gainst, Onsta 
Gair^ish, G-H>-SH 
Gair'isbuess, G-iS'-SH-Ks 
Gait, Gta 
Gai'ter, Gtra 
Ga'la, G-za 
Galactom'eter, G-X^-K- 

T-Mtr 
Oa'la-day, G-£a-D 
Gal'axy, G-XI-k-s 
Gale, G-La 
Gal'eas, G-X'-S 
Ga'leate, G-Xa-T 
Ga'leated, G-xa-Td 
Gale'na, G^-X-N 
Gali'cian, G^-Xshn 
Galima'tias, 61-M-£Hsa 
Gal'iot, G-Xi-T 
Gal'ipot, G-Xi-Pt 
Gall, G-Li, G-Ld>, G- LI- 
NG 
Gal'lant, G-Xnti 
Gallant', G-inti, G-Xi-N- 

Td, G-XntUNG 
Gal'lautly, G-Xnti-x 
Gallant'ly, G-Xnti-X 
Gal'lantness, G-Xnt^-Ns 
Gaiaantry, G-Xnti-* 
Gall'-bladder, G-IA-Bl- 

Dr 
Galled, G-Ldi 
Gal'leon, G-Xi-N 
Gal'lery, G-X'-S 
Gal'ley, G-Xi 
Gal'ley-slave, G-Xsi-L-V 
Gall'-fly, G-Li-Fl 
Gall'iard, G-Xi-JJ-D 
Gal'lio, G-Xi-K 
Gal'lioan, G-ii-Kn 
Gallicism, G-Xszi-M 
Gal'licize, G-Xi-Sz, G-X»- 

Szd. G-ti-Sz-NG 
Galligas'kins, G - X' - Gs - 

Enz 
Gallimau'fry, G-X'-M-Fr 
Gallina'oean, G-xa-Nshn 
Galliua'ceouB, G - xa - N - 

SHa 
Gal'linipper, G-X'-N-Pr 
Gal'linule, G-xi-N-L 
Gal'lipot, G-X'-Pt 
Gall'-nut, G-Xi-Nt 
Gal'lon, 6-Xn> 
Galloon', G-Xn» 
Gal'lop, G-Xi-P, G-Xi-Pt, 

G-Xi-P-NG 
Gallopade', G-xa-Pd 



GAL 

Oanoper, d-L^Vi 
Gal'loway, O-IA-Mf 
Gariows, G-ifli 
Gal'lows-bitts, G-isi-Bts 
Gall'-stone, G-is'-Tn 
Gal'ly, G-ii 
GallygasTtms, G-i'-Gs- 

Enz 
Galoohe', Q-£i-SH 
Galvan'ic, Gl-Vni-K 
Gal'Tamsm, Gl-Vni-Z-M 
Gal'vanlBt, Gl-Vi-Nst 
Gal'vanize, Gl-V'-Nz, GI- 

V'-Nzd. Gl-V'-Nz-NG 
Galvanom'eter, Gl - Vn' - 

Mtr 
Galvan'osoope, Gl - T' - 

Ns-K-P 
Gamba'dOi g-M-b^-d 
Oam'bit, G-M-Bti 
Gam'ble, GM-Bli, G-M- 

Bldi, G-M-Bl'-NG 
GamTjler, G-M-Bl'-K 
Gam^bling, G-M-BU-NG 
Gamboge', G-M-B^-J 
Oam'bol, G-M-Bl', G-M- 

Biai,G-M-Bli-NG 
Qam'brel, G-M-Br>-L 
Gambroon', G-M-Bm» 
Game, Gs-M, G^-Md, G^i- 

M-NG 
Game'-cock, G^-M-K-K 
Game'-keeper, G^-M-K- 

Pr 
Game'-leg, G^-M-i-G 
Game'some, G^-Ms-M 
Oame'commy, G-Ms-M- 

is 
Game'someness, G<!-Ma- 

M-Ns 
Game'ster, G°-Mstr 
Gam'ing, G»-M-NG 
Garn'mg-bouse, GS-M- 

NG-Hs 
Oam'ing-table, G^-M-NG 

-T-Bl 
Gam'ma, Gi-M 
Gam'mer, G'-Mr 
Gam'mon, G»-Mn, Gi- 

Mud, Gi-Mn-NG 
Gam'ut, Gi-Mt 
Gam'y, G^-M 
Gan'der, Gndri 
Gang, Gi-NO 
Gang'-board, G'-NG-B 

Kd (or -Brd) 
Gang'-cask, G»-NG-Ks-K 
Gan'gljon, Qi-NGln 
Gangiion'io, G'-NGl-N-K 
Gan'grene, G'-NG-Gm, 

G>-NG-Gma, G»-NG-Gm- 

NG 
Gau'grenous, Gi-NG-Gr- 

Ns 
Gangue, Gi-NG 
Gang'way, G<-NG-W 
Gan'net, G'-Nt 
Gant'let, Gnt-£t> 
Gant'lope, Gnt-Z'-P 
Gaol, Jii-L 



109 

Gaol'er, Js-r-R 

Gap, G-P» 

Gape, G-P'oi-s, G-Ptior2, 

G-Pior2-NO 
Ga'per, G-Pr> 
Gar, G-Bi 
Garb, G-fli-B 
GarTaage, G-K'-B-J 
Gar'ble, G-Jfi-Bl, G-B'- 

Bld, G-Ri-Bl-NG 
GarTjler, G-iJi-Bl-B 
GarTalea, G-fli-Blz 
GarTJOard, G-iJi-B-Kd 
Gar'dent Grdi-N, Grdi- 

Nd. Grd'-N-NG 
Gar'dener, Grd'-Nr 
Gar'dening, Grdi-N-NG 
Gar'get, Gr-G-Ti 
Gar'gle, Gri-Gl, Gri-Gld, 

Gr'-Gl-NG 
Gar'goylfe, Gr-G-W 
Gar'isb, G-fii-SH 
Garland, Gr-indi, Gr-i'- 

N-Dd, Gr-indi-NG 
Gar'lio, Gr-Xi-K 
Gar'ment, Gr'-Mnt 
Gar'ner, Gr'-Nr, Gri-Nrd, 

Gri-Nr-NG 
Gar'net. Gr^-Nt 
Gar'nish, Gr-N-SH', Gr- 

N-SHt», Gr-N-SHi-NG 
Garnishee', Gr-N-SHt' 
Gar'nisber, Gr'-N-SHr 
Qar'nisliment, Gr-N-SH»- 

Mnt 
Gar'niture, Gr'-Ntr 
Gar'ret, G-Bt> 
Garreteer', G-BS-T-K 
Gar'rison, G-Hsi-N, G-iJsi 

-Nd, G-Bs'-N-NG 
Garrote', G-HV, G-K=-Ta, 

GBts-NG 
Garrot'er, G-Btr^ 
Garru'llty, a-RV-T 
Gafruloua, G-Rls> 
Gar'rulously, Q-SV-sL 
Gar'rulousness, G - iJls^ - 

Ns 
Gar'ter, G-Btri, G-fii-Trd, 

G-Btri-NG 
Garth, G-B'-TH 
Gas, Gs' 

Gas'-burner, Gs'-B-Bn-K 
Gas'con, Gs'-Kn 
Gasconade', Gs^-K-Nd. 

Gs-K-N-Dd", Gs2-K-Nd- 

NG 
Gasconad'er, Gs^E-l^dr 
Gas'eous, G-sS^ 
Gas'-flxture, Gsi-F-Kstr 
Gash, G - SHI, G - sHti, G - 

SH>-NG 
Gas'-holder, G'-sHldr 
Gasifloa'tion, Gs-F^-Kshn 
Gas'ify, Gs-P>, Gs-Fdi, Gs- 

Fi-NG 
Gas'ket, Gs' Kt 
Gas'kins, Gs'-Ens 
Gas'-lamp, Gsi-L-M-P 
Gas'-light, GV-sit 



GAZ 

Qas'-lighter, G'-sXtr 
Gas'-main, G'-eMn 
Gas'rmeter, G>-iMtr 
Gasom'eter, G»-sSMtr 
Gasom'dtry, G-sM-Trli 
Gasp, Gs-Pi, GB-Pt>, Gs-P»- 

NG 
Gas'sy, G-S' 
Gas'teropbd, G-sTr'-Pd 
Gas'tric, G-sTri-K 
Gastril'ociuist, G-sTr^-i- 

Kwst 
Gastril'oquy, G - sTi^ - L- 

Kw 
Gastri'tis, G-sTri-Ts 
Gastrol'ogy, G-sTri-i-J 
Gastron'omer, G-sTr'-N- 

Mr 
Gastronojn'ic, G-sTr'JI- 

M-K 
Gastronom'ical, G-sTri- 

N-M-Kl 
Gastron'omist, G-sTri-N- 

Mst 
Gastron'omy, G-sTri-N- 

M 
Gat, Gti 
Gate, Gts 

Gate'-way, G-T^-W 
Gath'er, Gdhri, Gdhrdi, 

Gdhri-NG 
Gath'erer, Gdhr-Ri 
Gath'ering, Gdhr^-NG 
Gaud, G-Di 
Gaud'ily, G-Di-£ 
Gaud'iness, G-D'-Ns 
Gaud'y, G-Di, Q-Dri, G- 

Dsti 
Gauffer, G-Fr' 
Gauge, G-J2, G- Jds, G-JS- 

NG 
Gauge'-oocks, G-Js-K-Ks 
Qau'ger, G-Jr^ 
Gaul, G-Li 
Gam'ish, G-£i-SH 
Gaifit, G-Lti 
Gaunt, Gnti 
Gaunt'let, Gnt-Hi 
Gaunt'ly, Gnt-ii 
Gauze, Gz' 
Gauz'y, G-Zi 
Gave, Gv2 [G2] 
Gav'el, G-Vli 
Gav'elkind, G-Vli-E-Kd 
Ga'vial,G-vii-L 
Gav'ot, G-Vti 
Gawk, Gi-K 
Gawk'y, Gi-E, G-K-BS 

Gi-Est 
Gay, G», G-B8, Gst2 
Gay'ety, G-T» 
Gay'ly,G-ia 
Gay'ness, G^Us 
Gaze, GziS, Gzd«, Gz^-NG 
Gaze'fuft Gz-F2-L 
Gaze'hound, G'-zHnd 
Gazelle', Gz-L' 
Gaz'er, G-Zr' 
Gazette', Gz-TS, Gz-Td«, 

Qa-T»-NG 



GAZ 

Gazetteer', Gz-t»-r 
(Htz'ing, Gz'-NG 
Gaz'ing-stock, Gz«-NG- 

sT-K 
Qear, Q-H?, G-iida, Q-IP- 

NO 
Oear'inK, G-JJ'-NQ 
Qeok'o, G>-Ko 
Gee, J», Jd« J»-NG 
Geer, g»-J8 
Geese, Gs^ 
Gehen'na, Q«-H-N 
Gel'able, j>-£-Bl 
Gel'atin, J^-X-Tn 
Gelat'inate, J>-£t-m, Ji- 

Z,t-N-Td, Ji-it-Nt-NG 
Gelatina'tion,J'-£t-Nshn 
Geratiue, J<-£-Tn 
Gelat'inize, Ji-£t-Nz 
Oelat'inouB, Ji-£t-N8 
Geld, G-Ld^ a-L*-Ji&, a- 
- id2-NG 
Geld'er, G -iS-Dr 
Geld'ing, G-Xd^-NG 
Gel'id, Js-i-D 
Gel'ly, 3t-L 
Gelos'copT, Ji-is-K-P 
Gelt, G-Lt« 
Gem, J2-M, J!-Md, JS-M- 

NG 
Oema'ra, J^-M-S 
Gemina'tion, J'-M-Nshn 
Gem'ini, J»-M-N 
Gem'mary, J»-M-iS 
Gem'mate, ja-Mt 
Gemma'tion, Js-Mshn 
Gemmed, J^-Md 
Gem'meous, J^-M-S 
Gemmiferous, J>-M-Frs 
Oemmip'arous, 3>- M-Prs 
Gem'my, J^-M 
Gendarme', ZH'-N-Dr-M 
0«n'der, Jiidr», JS-N-Drd, 

Jndr'-NG 
Genealog'ical,J>-in-J-El 
GeneaVogist, Ji-Nl-Jst 
Genearogize, Ji-Nl-Jz 
Oenearogy, Ji-Nl-J 
Gen'era, J^.ur 
Geu'eraWe, J«-Nr-Bl 
Gen'eral, Ja-N-Bl [JnSJ 
Generalis'simo, J^-N-iei- 

sM 
Generality, J'-N-int 
Generaliza'tion, J'-N- 

Rlzghn 
Oen'eralize, J^-TS-Klz, J'- 

N-iJIzd. JS-N-«lz-NG 
Gen'erally, ja-N-fll [Jn«] 
Gen'eralness, J'-TS-m-Hs 
Gen'eralship, J'-s-m- 

8H-P [JnSiSH] 
Gen'eralty, J»-N- ffl-T 
Gen'erent, J'-Nrct 
Gen'erate, I'-fth, J2-Nr- 

Td, J2-Nrt-NG 
Genera'tion, Js-Nrslm 
Gen'erative, Js-Nrt-Y 
Gen'erator, JS-Nrtr 
Oen'eratriz, Js-Nr-Tr-Ks 



110 

Gener'ic, Js-Nr-K 
Gener'ioal-ly, ja-Nr-Kl 
Generos'ity, J'-Nrs-T 
Gen'eroUB, J^-Xrs 
Gen'erously, Js-Nrs-L 
Gen'erousnesB, J^-Nis- 

Nb 
Gen'esis, Js-Nss (or Tiiss<} 
Gen'et, Ji-Nt 
Genet' or Genette', J^Nt 
Genet'ic, JS-Nt-K 
Genet'ical-ly, J>-Ht-El 
Gene'va, J*-N-V 
Gene'van, Js-N-Vn 
Genevese', J»-N-Vz 
Ge'nial, j»-m 
Genial'ity, Ji-NI-T 
Ge'nially, ja-Kl 
Ge'nialness, J^-Nl-Ns 
Genic'ulate, Js-N-Elt 
Genic'ulated, Js-N-Kl-Td 
Oenicula'tion, J^ - N - 

Elshn 
Ge'nie, .P-N 
Ge'nu, J»-Nn 
Geu'ital, J«-N-T-L 
Oen'itals, Js-N-T-Lz 
Gen'itive, J^-N-Tv 
Gen'itor, JS-Ntr 
Gsn'ius, J»-Ns 
Genoese', J>-N-Z 
Gent, Jnti 
Genteel', Jnf-L 
Genteel'ly, Jiit»-L-i 
Oenteel'ness, Jnt^-L-Ns 
Gen'tian, J'-Nslm 
Gen'tlle, Jnt'-L 
Gen'tilism, Jnt^-Lz-M 
Gcntil'itT, Jns-T-i-T (or 

Jnt9-I,t) 
Gen'tle, Jnti-L, Jut:-L-B, 

Jnts-Lst 
Gen'tleman, Jnt: - L - Mn 

[Jnti. See OenUemen.^ 
Gen'tlemen, Jnt^-LiMn^ 

[Jnt^. See Gentlenum.'] 
Gen'tleman-like, Jnt<-L- 

Mn-L-K [JntMi-K] 
Oen'tlemanliness, Jnt^- 

L-M-Nl-Ns 
Gen'tlemanly, Jnt^-L-M- 

Nl [Jntiji]. 
Gen'tleness, Jnt^-L-Ns 
Gen'tlewoman, Jnt'-L- 

W-Mn 
Gen'tly, Jnts-L 
Gentoo', Js-N-T 
Gen'try, Js-N-Tr 
Genuflec'tiou, js - N - ri - 

Kshn 
Gen'uine, Jn'-TS 
Oen'uinely, Jn'-N-L 
Oen'uineness, JuS-N-Ks 
Ge'nus, J»-N8 
Geooen'tric, Js'-Ntr-K 
Geooen'trioal, Js^-Ntr-Kl 
Ge'ode, J»-D 
Geod'esy, J>-D-S 
Geog'nosy, J«-G-N-S 
Geog'ouy,Ji-G-H 



GET 

Geog'rapher, J'-Gr-Pr 
Geograph'ic, J'-Grf-K 
Geograph'ical-ly, J'-Gr- 

F-Kl 
Geog'raphy, Ji-Gr-F 
Geol'oger, J'-i-Jr 
Q«olog'ic, Ji-i-j-K 
Geolog'ical, J>-i-J-Kl 
Geol'ogist, Ji-z-Jst 
Geol'ogize, Ji-i-Jz, J>-£- 

Jzd, Ji-i- Jz-NG 
Oeol'ogy, J>-i-J 
Ge'omancy, J'-Mn-S 
Geoman'tic, Ji-Mnt-E 
Geoman'tical, J>-Miit-E- 

Ii 
Geom'eter, J'-Mtr 
Geom'etral, J'-M-Tr-i 
Geomet'ric, J^-Mtr-E 
Geomet'rical-ly, J«-Mtr- 

El 
Geometrl'cian, J'-M- 

Trshn 
Geom'etrize, J> - M - Trz, 

Jl-M-Trzd, Ji-M-Trz-NG 
Geom'etry, Ji-M-Tr 
Geopon'io, J'-P-N-E 
Geopon'ical, Ji-P-K-El 
Geopon'ics, J'-P-N-Es 
Geora'ma, jiors-B-m 
Geor'gio, Jr>- J-E 
Geor'gium-Sidus, JrW- 

Ms-Ds 
Geor'glcal, Jri- J-Kl 
Geos'oopy, J'-S-E-P 
Ge'rah, J'-R 
Gera'nium, Jr°-N-M 
Germ, Jr2-M 
Germain', Jr~Mn 
Ger'man, Jr»-Mn 
German'ic, Jr*-Mn-E 
German'der, Jr'-Mudr 
Germane', Jr'-Mn 
Ger'maniBm,Jr'-Mn-Z-M 
Ger'mans, Jr'-Mnz 
Ger'men, Jr^-Mn 
Ger'minal, JrS-H-Nl 
Ger'minant, Jr'-Mn-Nt 
Ger'minate, Ji-s-M-N-T, 

Jr2-M-N-Td, Jr2-M-N-T- 

NQ 
Germina'tion, Jr= - M - 

NshQ 
Geroco'mia, Jr^-E-M 
Oer'und, J--£nd 
Gerundive, Ja-Bnd-V 
Gesta'tion, js sTshu 
Ges'tatory, JS-sT-T-S 
Ges'tic, Js-sT-E 
Gestic'ulate, J»- sT - Elt, 

J>-sT-El-Td, J» - sT - Elt - 

NG 
Gestioula'tion, Js-sT- 

Klshn 
Gestic'ulator, J^.sT-Eltr 
Gestic'ulatory, ja-sT-El- 

T-« 
Ges'ture, J'-sCHr, J»- 

BCHrd, J2-sCHr-NG 
Get, Gt», Gt2-NG 



GEW 

Gew'eaw, Q'-a 
Gey'ser, G-sK' 
Ghasfful, Gs-T-Vl 
Ghast'liness, (3s>-T-Z-Ns 
Ghastly, Gs-T'-i, Gs-T'-i 

-B. Gs-T'-Zst 
Ghat or Ghaut, Gti 
GherOdn, Jr^-Kn 
Ghib'elline, G-BS-in 
Ghost, Gst2 
Ghost'linesB, Qa-T'-L-'Sa 
Ghost'ly, Gs-T>-L 
Ghole, G-L» 
Ghoul, G-L» 
Gi'amt, Ji-Nt 
Gi'antess, Ji-K-Ts 
Gi'antlike, J>-Nt-i-K 
Gi'antship, Ji-Nt-SH-P 
Giaour, J>-B 
Gib, G-B8 
GibTjer, G-Br«, G-Brd', 

G-Br3-NG 
Gib'berish, G-BrS-SH 
GibTjet, J > - Bt, js - B - Id, 

J3-Bt{-) 

GibTDon, G-Bn' 
Gib'-boom, ja-B-B-M 
Gib'bose, G-Bs' 
Gibbos'ity, G-Bsi-T 
GibTjous, G-Bss 
Gib^jousuess, G-Bs^-Ns 
Gib'-cat, G-Bi-Kt 
Gibe, Ji-B, Ji-Bd, J'-B-NG 
GiTber, J'-Br 
Gib'lets, ja-Blts 
Gib'staff, G-Bss-Tf 
Gid'dily, a-D'-L 
Gid'diness,«-D»-Ns 
Gid'dy, G - Da, G - Drs, G - 

Dst" 
Gier'-eagle, J'-K-Gl 
Gift, Gfta, G-ra. Td, Gft*- 

NG 
Gift'ed, G-ra-Td 
Gig, G3-G 

Gigante'aa, J>-Gn-Tn 
Gigan'tic, Ji-Gnt-K 
Gig'gle, (Js-Gl, G»-Gld, G*- 

Gl-NG 
Gig'gler, (J-GI-Rs 
Gig'glet, G3-Glt 
Gi'got, J»-Gt 
Gild, G-Ld», Q-i8-Dd, G- 

idii-NG 
Gild'ed, G-iADd 
Gild'er, G-idi* 
Gild'ing, G-ids-NG 
Gill [organ of respiration 

in fishes], G-L^ 
Gill [fourth part of a 

pint], J8-L 
Gil'ly-flower, J'-i-Fl-E 
Gilt, G-Lts 
Gilt'-head, G-Lf-Hd 
Gim'bal, G-M-Bia 
Gim'crack, J'-M-Kr-K 
Gimaet, G-M-ita 
Gim'mal, G«-M1 
Gimp, G-M-P» 
,Gin, Jn', Jnd', JnS-NG 



111 

Gin'ger, J'-N-Jr 
Giu'gerbread, js- N - Jr- 

Brd 
Gin'gerly, ja-N-Jr-i 
Giug'ham, Ga-NG-M 
Gin'gival, JS-N-J-Vl 
Gin'glo, ja-NG-Gl 
Gin'seng, J«-Ns-NG 
Gip, ja-P 
Gip'sy, ja-P-S 
Giraffe', Ji-Sf 
Gir'audole, ja-B-Nd-L 
Gir'asole, ja-Bs-L ' 
Gir'asol, JS-fls-L 
Gird, G-£da, G-ija-Dd, G- 

ifdS-NG 
Gird'er, G-ie^-Dr 
Gird'ing, G-«dS-NG 
Girdae, G-Bd^-L, G-Bd^- 

Ld, G-Bda-L-NG 
Girdler, G-Sd^-Lr 
Girl, O-BV 
Girl-hood, G-Bl'-D 
Girl'ish, G-B1=-SH 
Girrishness, G - Bl' - SH- 

Ns 
Girt, G - Bts, G ■ BS - Td, G- 

Jet2-NG 
Girth, G-BS-TH 
Gist, Jsta 
Give, Gv», Gv8-NG [Gs, 

GCja] 
Given, G-Vna [Ga] 
Giv'er, Gv-B' 
Giz'zard, G-Zrd» 
Glalbrate, GI-Brts 
Gla'brous, Gl-Brsa 
Gla'cial, Gt-SHl^ 
Gla'ciate, Gl-8Eti 
Glacia'tion, Gl-SHshn: 
Gla'oier, Gl-sR= (or -SHra) 
Gla'eious, Gl-SHs' 
Gla'ois, Glsss 
Glacis', GIssa 
Glad, (a.) Gld', Gl-Dr', Gl- 

DsH 
Glad, (n.) Gldi, Gl-Ddi, 

Gld»-NG 
Glad'den, Gl-Dni, Gl- 

Dnd>, Gl-Dni-NG 
Glade, Glds 
Glad'iate, Gl-Dt' 
Glad'iator, GldTr' 
Gladiato'rial, Gld-T^-Bl 
Gladiato'rian, Gld-Tii-Bn 
Glad'iatory, Gld'-T-B 
Gladi'olus, Gl-D'-is 
Glad'ly, Gld-ii 
Glad'ness, Gld^-Ns 
Glad'some, Gldi-sM 
Glad'somely, Gld-sM-i' 
Glad'someuess, Gld'-sM 

-Ns 
Glair, Gl- K>, Gl-Bd>, Gl- 

Ki-NO 
Glair'y,Gl-Bi 
Glance, Glns>, Glnst>, 

GInsi-NG 
Glano'ingly, GIns-NG-L» 
Gland, Glsd' 



GLl 

Gland'ered, Glnd-Bd' 
Glaud'ers, GIndrz< 
Glandiferous, Gin -Da - 

Frs 
Gland'iform, Glnd-r'-E- 

M 
Gland'ular, Glnd-i'-B 
Gland'ule, Gln-Di-L 
Gland'ulous, Gln-Di-Ls 
Glans, Glnzi 
Glare, Gl-Bi, Gl-Bdi, Gl- 

E'-NG 
Glar'eouB, Gl-Bi-S 
Glar'ing, Gl-Bi-NG 
Glar'ingly, Gl-Bi-NGl 
Glass, GlsS Glsti. G1e1-NG 
Glass'-blower, Gls'-Bl-B 
Glass'es, Glss' 
Glass'ful, GlB-P'-L 
Glass'-furuace, Gls'-F-B- 

Ns 
Glass'-house, Gl'-sHs 
Glass'iness, Gl-S<-Ns 
Glass'-like, Gli-si-K 
Glass'-man, GU-sMn 
Glass'-work, Gl<-sWr-K 
Glasa'wort, Gl-sWrti 
Glass'y, Gl-S' 
Glau'ber's-salt, Gl-Brzs>- 

Lt 
Glauces'cent, Glss'-Nt 
Glau'cine, Gls'-N 
Glauco'ma, Gl»-K-M 
Glau'couB, GU-Es 
Glave, Glv« 
Glay'more, Gl^-Mr 
Glaze, Glz', Glzd', Glz^- 

NG 
Glaz'er, Gl-Zrs 
Gla'zier, Gl-ZHr« 
Glaz'ing, GlzS-NG 
Gleam, Gia-M, Gia-Md, 

Gia-M-NG 
Gleam'y, Gl'-M 
Glean, Glua Glnda, Gln'- 

NG 
Glean'er, Gl'-Nr 
Glean'ing, GIn»-NG 
Glebe, Gl-Bs 
Gleb'ous, Gl-Bsa 
Gleb'y, Gl-Ba 
Glede, Gl-DS 
Glee, Gia 
Glee'ful, Gl-ra-L 
Glee'some, Gia-sM 
Gleet, Glta 
Gleet'y, Gl-T' 
Glen, Glnz 
Gle'noid, Gl-TT-Da 
Glib, Gl - Ba, Gl - BrS, Gl - 

Bsts 
Glibly, Gl-B'-i 
Glib'ness, Gl-B«-jrs 
Glide, Gldi, Gl-Dd', Gldi- 

NG 
Glid'er, Gl-Dri 
Glim, Gl'-M 
Glim'mer, Gl'-Mr, Gl'- 

Mrd. Gia-Mr-NO 
Glimpse, Gia-Ms 



GLI 

Glis'ten, Gls»-N, Gls'-Nd, 

GIbs-N-NQ 
GliB'ter, Glstr", Gl-sTra», 

GlstrO* 
Glit'ter, Gltr«, Gltrd', 

Gltr8-NG 
Gloat, Gl(^, Gl-Td2, Glts- 

NG 
GloTaate, Gl-Bts 
Glo'bated, Gl-B»-Td 
Globe, Gl-B« 
Globe'-flsh, ai-B^T-SB 
Globose', Gl-BsS 
Olobos'ity, Gl-Bsi-T 
Glo'bous, Gl-Bs> 
GloVulas, Gl-B>-£-B 
Glob'ule, Gl-Bi-L 
Glob'ulous, Gl-Bl-£s 
Glome, GV-U 
Glom'erate, Gl'-Mrt, Gl- 

Mr-Tdi. Gll-Mrt(-) 
Glomera'tion, Gl^-Mrstan 
Gloom, 61«-M, Gl»-Md 

G13-M-NG 
Gloom'ily, Ol-M-X' 
Gloomi'ness, G13-M-I7s 
Gloom'y, Gl»-M, Gl-M-E' 

(or Gl»-Mr), Gl»-M6t 
Glorifloa'tion, Ql-B'-V- 

Esllll 
Glo'riiy, Gl-RS-r, Gl-JP- 

Fd. Gl-««-F-NG 
Glo'rious, Gj-As' 
Glo'riously,Gl-B2-s£ 
Glo'ry, Gl-B', Ql-Rd', Gl- 

fl2-NQ 
Gloss, Qla\ Glsti, Olsi-NG 
Glossa'rial, Ql-am'-l, 
Gloss'ariat, Gl-sJiBti 
GlosB'ary, Gl-sKi 
Gloss'er, Gl-sKi 
Gloss'iness, Gl-S'-Ns 
Glossog'rapher, Gl-sGr- 

Fri 
Glossog'rapliy,Gl-sGT-Fi 
GloBsorogist, Ql-aL^lBt 
Glossorggy, Gl-at'-J 
GlOBB'y, Gl-S» 
Glot'tiB, GI-Tb' 
Glottol''ogy, GU-£1-J 
Glove, Glv2, Glvds, GlT«- 

SG 
GloT'er, Gl-Trs 
Glow, Gl». Glds, G12-WG 
Glow'-worm, Gl>-Wr-M 
Gloze, Giz', Glzd2, Glz'- 

NG 
Glo'zer, Gl-Zrs 
Glue, Gl>, Gld8 Gis-NG 
Glu'ey, Gl» 
Glum, Gis-M 
Glume, Gia-M 
Glut, Glt>, GV^ia, aw- 

NG 
Glu'ten, Gl-Tna 
Glu'tinate, Glta-ut, Glt-N 

-Td», Glt8-Nt-NG 
Qlutina'tion, Glt^-Nelin 
Glu'tinative, GU-Nt-v» 
Glu'tinous, Glt3-Ns 



113 

Olu'tinouBiiesg, Glt^-Ns- 
Ns 

Glut'ton, Gl Tn» 

Glut'tonous, Gl-T»-Ns 

Glut'tonousiy, Glt-Ns-L" 

Glut'tony, Gl-T^-N 

Glyo'erine, Gl-sBn' 

Glyph, G1-F3 

Glyphog'raphy, Gl-Fi- 
Gr-F 

Glyp'tic, Gl-Pt>-K 

Glyp'tioB, Gl-Pt»-Ks 

Glyptog'raphy, Gl - Pt' - 
Gr-F 

Gnar, U-Ei 

Gnarl, ja-BU, N-illdi, N- 
iili-NG 

Gnarled, N-Kld' 

Gnarl'y, N-ieu 

Gnash, N-SH>, N-SHt', N- 
SH'-NG 

Gnat, Kti 

Gnaw, Nl, N-Di (or Nd>), 
S>-NG 

Qnaw'er, If-E> 

Gneiss, Ns> 

Gneis'soid, Ns-Di 

Gnome, N>-M 

Ono'mic, N«-M-K 

Gno'mon, N'-Mn 

Gnomon'ics, N>-Mn-Es 

GnoB'tic, Ns-T'-K 

Gnos'ticism, Ns-Ti-szM 

Gnu, NS. See New. 

Go,Gi, Gi-NG. Written In 
first position to distin- 
guish it, in rapid or care- 
less writing, ttoja K^ 
come. 

Goad, G-Ds, G-Dds, Gd"- 
NG 

Goal, G-L> 

Goat, Gt: 

Goatee', G-T» 

Goat'-herd, Gt'-Hrd 

Goat'iBh, Gt-SH> 

Goat'skin, Gts'-En 

Goat'-sucker, Gt>-sEr 

Gob, G-Bl 

Gob'ble, G-Bli, G-Bldi, Q- 
Bli-NG 

Gob'bler, G-Bli-R 

Go'-between, G'-B-Twn 

Gob'let, Q-B'-it 

Gob'lin, G-Bi-in 

GCby, G-B> 

Go'-by, Gi-B 

Go'-oart, G>-Krt 

God, Gd>. See Guide. 

Ood'child, Gd-CHldi 

God'children, Gd - CHli - 
DrU [-CH1] 

God'daughter, Gd-Dtri 

Ood'dess, G-Ds> 

God'father, Gd-Fdhri 

God'head, Gd'-Hd 

God'lesB, Gd-£s> 

God'leBsness, Gd-£si-Ns 

Godlike, Qd-i»-K 

God'liness, Gd-£UNs 



GOO 

Godly, Gd-ii 
God'mother, Gd'-Mdhr 
God'send, Gdsi-Nd 
God'Bhip, Gd-8H»-P 
God'son, Gdsi-N 
Qod'Bpeed, Gds-Pdi 
God'-ward, Gd-Wrdi 
God'wit, Gd-wT» 
Go'er, G-K« 
Goes, 6z> 
Goffer, G-Fr», G-Frd', G- 

Fr>-HG 
Gog'gle, Gi-GI, Gi-Gld, 

Gi-Gl-NG 
Gog'gle-eyed, G'-Gl-i-D 
Go'ing, G'-NG 
Goi'ter or Goi'tre, Gtr> 
Gold, Glda 

Gold'-beater, GldS-Btr 
Gold'-dust, Gld2-D8t 
Gold'en, Gld^-N 
Gold'flnch, Gld-FS-K-CH 
Gold'-flnder, Gld»-Fndr 
Gold'-flsh, Gid'-F-SU 
Gold'-lean Gld»-i-F 
Gold'smith, Gld-sM-THs 
Gold'-Btick, Glds=-T-K 
Gold'-thread, Gld>-THrd 
Golf, G-ii-F 
Goloe'-shoe, G-£=-SH 
Golosh', G-^i-SH 
Gou'dola, Gn-Di-i 
Gondolier', Gn-D»-i-R 
Gone, Gni 
Gon'falon, Gn-Fi-Ln 
Qon'fanon, Gn-F'-Nn 
Gong, Gi-NG 
Goniom'eter, G'-N-Mtr 
Goniomet'ric, G-N-M- 

Trs-K 
Goniomet'rical, G-N-M- 

• Trs-Kl 

Goniom'etry, G-N-M-Tr' 
Gouorrhe'a, Gn-£3 
Good, Gd3 
Good'-breedme, Gd^ - 

Brd(-) 
Good-by' or Good-bye', 

(M»-B 
Good-day', Gd3-D 
Good-Fri'day, Gd»-Fr-D 
Good-hu'mored, Gd'-H- 

Mrd or Gd»-Y-Mrd 
Good'liness, Gd-Z.»-Ns 
Good'ly, Gd-is, Gd-i»-E, 

Gd-ists 
Good'man, Qds-Mn 
Oood'-nature, Gda-Ntr 
Good'-natured, Gd»-Nti> 

D 
Good'ness, Gd'-Ns 
Good-tem'pered, Gd'-T- 

M-Prd 
Good-Will', Gd'-Wl 
Goods, Gdzo 
Good'y, G-Ds 
Goos'auder, Gs»-Ndr 
Goose, 66> 

Goose'berry, Gzs-B-J! 
Goose'-fleeh, Qa»-Vl-SH 



GOO 

Goose'-quill, G^-Kv-li 
Go'pher, G-Fri' 
Gor'-oook, G-Ri-K-K 
Qor'diaii, G-fi'-Dn 
Gore, G-ES, G-iJd», G-E»- 

NG 
Gorge, G-B'-J 
Gor'geous, Gr-Jsi 
Gor'geously, Gr-J'.si 
Gor'geousness, Gr-Jai-Ne 
Gor'get, Gr-Jti 
Gor'gon, Gr'-Gn 
Gorgo'nian, GrS-G-Nn-N 
GorU'la, a-K'-L. Set 

Guerrilla. 
Gor'mand, Gr>-Mnd 
Gor'mander, Gr'-Mndr 
Gor'mandize, Gr - M - N - 

Gor'maudizer, Gr-M-N- 

Di-Zr 
Gorse, O-Bsi 
Gory, O-R' 
Gos'hawk, O^sE-E 
Gos'ling, G-z£i-NG 
Gos'pel, Gs-Pl' 
Gos'peler, Gs-Pl'-B 
Gos'somer, G'-sMr 
Gos'samery, G-sM-fii 
Gos'sip, Gs-P', Gs-Pt', Gs- 

pi-NG 
Got, Gti 
Goth, G-TH» 
Go'thamitEs, O-TH'-Mt 
Goth'lo, G-TH'-K 
Goth'icism, G-TH'-Sz-M 
Goth'iciae, G-TH'-Sz, G- 

THi-Sza, G-THi-Sz-NG 
Got'ten, G-Tn> 
Gouge, G-J» G-Jdi, Q-J'- 

NG 
Gourd, G-Kd' 
GouT'mand, G«s-Miid 
Gout, Gti 
Gout [goo], G« 
Gout'iness, G-T'-Na 
Gout'y, G-T» 
Gov'em, Gv - Bn', Gv - 

iendS, Gv-JJni'-NQ [GvS, 

Gvd2, GvCJi! 
GoT'emable, Gv-En^-B-L 

CGt^B] 
Governance, Gv-JJnS-Ne 
GoT'emante, Gv-iSS-Nnt 
Gov'erness, Gv-K^-Ns 
Gov'emment, Gy-Sn'- 

Mnt [Gv«-Mnt] 
Government'al, Gv-Bn'- 

M-N-T-i [Gv«iMnt] 
Gov'emor, Gv-J!n2-E [G- 

V2] 

Gov'ernorship, Qv-Bn'- 
R-SH-P [G-V'iSH] 

Gowk, Gi-K 

Gown, Gn' 

Gown'man, Gn'-Mn 

Oowns'man, Gozi-Ma 

Gowt, Gti, 

Grab, Gr- B», Gr- Bd», Gr- 
Bi-NG 



113 

Grab'ble, Gr-Bl' 
Grace, Grs^, Grst^, Gps«- 

Graoe'-oup, Grs=-K-p 
Graoe'ful, Grs-F^-L 
Grace'fully, Grs-F=-£ 
Grace'fulness, Grs-F'-L- 

Na [Grs^SFs] 
Grace'Iess, Gt-g£sS 
Gracelessly, Gr-sts»- 
Grace'lessnesa, GrnsXai- 

Ns 
Gra'ces, Graz^ 
Gra'cious, Gt-SHbo 
Gra'ciously, Gr-SHs«-Zr 
Gra'oiousnessi Gr-SHG>- 

Na 
Grackle or Grakle, Gr' 

-Kl 
Grada'tion, Gr - Dshns. 

See Graduatimi. 
Grada'tional, Gr-PabnS- 

L 
Grad'atory, Grd-Ti-fi 
Grade, Grd^, Gr-Dds, Grda 

-NG 
Gra'dient, Gr^D«-N-T 
Grad'ual, Gr-J>-L 
Grad'ually, Gr-J'-£ 
Grad'uate, Gr-JP, Gr-J>- 

Td, Gr-Jti-NG 
Gradua'tion, Gr - Jahn* 

See Gradation. 
Grad'uator, Gr-Jtr' 
Gra'dus, Gr-Ds« 
Graff, Grf » 
■Gzaa, Grit", Gr-ri-M, 

Grftl-NG 
Graft'ep, Gr-rtr» 
Grail, Gr-L* 
Grain, Gm*, Gmd^, Gm*- 

NG 
Grained, GmdS 
Grain'er, GrS-Nr 
Grallato'rial, Gr-£S-T-Bl 
Gral'latory, Gr^-L-T-B 
Gral'lic, Gr-ii-K 
Gram, Gri-M 
Gramer'oy, Gr-Mr-S* 
Gramina'ceous, Gr-M-K- 

8Hs2 
Graznin'eal, Gr-M-N-L^ 
Gramin'eouB, GrS-M-Ns 
GramiuiT'orous, Gr-Mn- 

y^-Bs 

Gram'malogue, Gr-M-Z>- 

G 
Gram'mar, Gr'-Mr 
Gramma'rian, Gr-M-iJn* 
Gram'mar-School, Gr'- 
• Mr-aK-L 

Grammat'ic, Gr'-Mt-K 
Grammat'ioal-ly, Gri - 

Mt-Kl 
Grammaticize, Gr - M - 

Tbz>, Gr-M-Tszi-D, Gr-M- 

Tszi-NG 
Gramme, Gr>-M 
Gram'puB, Gr-M-Ps' 
OTura'ary, Gm-^' 



GRA 

Grand, Gmd', Grndr», 

Grnd-St' 
Gran'dam, Grn-D'-M 
Grand'child, Grnd-CH'- 

Ld [Grad-CHd'] 
Grand'cbildren, Gmd- 

CHi-/,-Drn CGrad-CHi] 
Grand'daugnter, Gmd- 

Dtr» 
Grandee', Grn-D' 
Grand'eur, Gm-Jr' 
Grand'&ther, Grnd - 

Fdhri 
Grandil'oguenoe, Grn- 

D=-i-KwnB 
Grandiroquent, Grn-D«- 

L-Kvmt 
Grandil'oquos, Gro-DS-i 

-Kws 
Grand'iose, Chm-Dsi 
Grand'-juror, Gmdi-J-K- 

B 
Grand'-jury, Gmdi-J-iJ 
Grand'ly, Grnd-Zi 
Grand'mother, Grudi- 

Mdhr 
Grand'-seignor, Gmda'- 

N-B 
Grand'sire, Gmda-Bi 
Grand'son, Grnda'-N 
Grange, Gr-N-J" 
Grang'er, Gr-N-Jr« 
Gran'ite, Qr'-Nt 
Granit'ic, Gra-St-K 
Granit'ical, Gr8-Nt-Kl 
Granit'iform, Gr-Nt-F«- 

E-M 
Gran'itine, Gr-Sr-Tni 
Graniv'orous, Gi - N - V»- 
• Ba 

Gran'nam, Gri-N-M 
Gran'ny, Gri-N 
Grant, Grut', Gm-Tdi, 

Gmti-NG 
Grant'able, Gmt-Bi-L 
Grantee', Grn-TS 
Grant'er, Gmtri 
Gran'ular, Gm-i'-E 
Grau'ulary, Gm-ii-B 
Gran'ularly, Gm-i»-E-£ 
Gran'ulate, 6rn-it', Gm- 

£»-Td, Gm-Lt>-NG 
Gran'ulated, Gm-i'-Td 
Granula'tion, Grn-Xahn^ 
Gran'ule, Gr-N-L> 
Gran'ulous, Gin-Le^ 
Grape, Gr-pa 
Grap'ery, Gr-Pr' 
Grape'-shot, Gr-P^-SH-T 
Grape'-stone, Gr-P^-sTn 
Grape'-vine, Gr-P^-Vn 
Graph'ic, GrP-K 
Graph'ioal-ly, Gr-F'-Kl 
Graph'ite, Gr-Ft' 
Grap'line, Gr-Pi-in 
Grap'nel, Gr-Pi-Nl 
Grap'ple, Gr-Pl>, Gr-Pld', 

Gr-Pli-NG 
Grap'pling-irons, Gr-PU 

NG-i-Bnz 



QRA 

G-rasp, Grs-pi, Grs-Pt', 

Grs-Pi-NG 
Grasp'er, Gr-BPr' 
Grass, Orsi 

Grass'- cloth, Grs»-Kl-TH 
Grass'hopper, Gr-sH-Pr' 
Grass'iness, Gr-S'-Ns 
Grass'land, Qi-sLud^ 
Grass'-plot, GrB>-Plt 
Grass'y, Gr-S^ 
Grate, Grta, Gr-Tds, orta- 

NO 
Grate'ful-ly, Grt-ri« 
Grate'fulness, Grt-ria-Ns 
Grat'er, Grtr" 
Gratifloa'tion, Grt-pa- 

Esbn 
Grat'ifier, Grt-r»-R 
Grat'ify, Grt-F', Grt-Fdi, 

Grt-Fi-NG 
Grat'ing, Grts-NG 
Grat'ingly, Grts-NGl 
Gra'tis, Gr-Ts« 
Grat'itude, Grt-Td« 
Gratu'itous, Grt-Ts' 
Gratu'itously, Grt-T"-B^ 
Gratu'ity, Grt-Ts 
Grat'ulate, Grt-it', Grt- 

/,1-Ta, art-L»-T!l& 
Gratula'tion, Grt-Xshn^ 
Grafulatory, Grt-it'-iJ 
Grava'men, Gr-V^-Mn 
Grave, (o.) Grvs Gr-Vrs 

Gr-Vst* 
Grave, (».) Grv*, Grrds, 

Grv»-NG 
Grave'-olothes, Gr-va- 

El-DHz 
Grav'el, Gr-VU, Gr-Vld>, 

Gr-Vl>-NG 
Grav'elly, Gr-Vli 
Grave'ly, Grv.i> 
Gra'ven, Gr-Vn" 
Grave'ness, Gtt«-Nb 
Grav'er, Gr-Vj* 
Grave'-stone, Gr-V'-sTn 
Grave'-yard, Gr-V'-Trd 
Grav'id, Gr-Vdi 
Gravim'iter, Gr-V'-Mtr 
Grav'ing, GrvS-NG 
Grav'ing-dock, Grvs-NG 

-D-K - 
Grav'ltate, Gr-Vi-Tt, Gr- 

Vt'-Td. Gr-Vi-Tt(-) 
Gravita'tion, Gr-V«-'rslm 
Grav'lty, Gr-V>-T 
Gra'vy, Gr-V* 
Gray, Gr«. Gr-B", Grst" 
Gray'-beaid, Grs-Brd 
Gray'-haired, Gr«-Hrd 
Gray'-headed, Grs-H Dd 
Gray'hound, Gr'-Hnd 
Gray'ish, Gr-SH" 
Gray'ling, Gr-LS-NG 
Gray'ness, Gr^-Ns 
Oray'waoke, Gr-wa-K 
Graze, Grz', Grzda, GrzS- 

NG 
Graz'er, Gr-ZrS 
Oia'zier, Gr-ZEi 



114 

Graz'ing, Grz=-NG 
Grease, m.) Grs^ 
Grease, («.) Grz», Grzd'. 

Grza-NG 
Greas'ily, Gr-ZP 
Greas'iness, Gr-Z'-Ns 
Greas'y, Gr-Z', Gr-Zrs, 

GrZsts 
Great, Grt=, Grtr», Grtst* 
Great'ly, Grt-is 
Great'ness, Grt^-Ns 
Greave, Grvs 
Greaves, Grvz« 
Grebe, Gr-B" 
Gre'ciau, Grshn' 
Gre'cism, Gr-Sz»-M 
Gre'oize, Gr-Sz^, Gr-Szds, 

Gr-Szs-NG 
Greed, Grd» 
Greed'ily, Gr-D^-Z 
Greed'iness, Gr-D^-Ns 
Greed'y. Gr . D«, Gr - Dr^, 

Gr-DBt» 
Greek, GrS-K 
Greek'-flre, Grs-K-r-E 
Green, (a.) Gms, Gr»-Nr, 

Grs-Nst 
Green, CO Gm', Gmd', 

Gms-NG 
Green'back, Gm-B»-K 
Green'-oloth, Gm'- KI- 
TH 
Green'-eyed, Gm'-D 
Green'finoh, Gm - F» - N- 

CH 
Green'-gage, Grn»-G-J 
Green'-Eand, Gm»-Hnd 
Green'horn, Gm-H-fln* 
Green'house, Gma-Es 
Green'ine, Gm'-NG 
Green'isn, Grn-SH^ 
Greeu'isbness, Gm-SB^- 

Ns 
Greenay, GrS-Nl 
Green'ness, Grn^-Ns 
Green'-room, Gm»-R-M 
Green'shank, Gru - 8W - 

NG-K 
Greeu'-sickness, Grns'- 

K-Ns 
Oreen'stone, Gms-Tn' 
Green'sward, Grnz - W - 

Bd 
Green'-vitHol, Gms-Vt- 

£1 
Green'wood, Gm-Wd' 
Greet, Grt», Gr-Td», Grt»- 

NG 
Greet'er, Grtr» 
Greet'ing, Grta-NG 
Grega'rian, Gr-G^i^n2 
Grega'rious, Gr-G-iZs= 
Grega'riously, Gr-G-JiS- 

sL 
Grega'riousness, Gr-G- 

Bs2-Ns 
Grego'rian, Gr-G-Bn^ 
Greg'ory, Gr*-Gr 
Grenade', Gr^-Nd 
Grenadier', Gr-N-Drs 



GRO 

Gren'adine, Gr-N-Dn' 
Grena'do, Gr-N-DS 
Grevr, Grs 
Grey, Gr^ 

Grey'hound, flrS-Hnd 
Grid'dle, Gr-Dis 
Grid'iron, Grd'-i-Bn 
Grief, Grf » 
Griev'anoe, Gr-Vns' 
Grieve, Grv', Grvd*, Grr'- 

aG 

Oriev'ouB, Gr-Vs» 
Griev'ously, Gr-Vs»-L 
Griev'ousness, Gr-Vs>- 

Ns 
Griffin, Gr-Fns 
Griffon, Gr-Fn' 
Grig, Gr»-G 
Grill, Gr-L», Gr-Ld', Gr- 

L"-NG 
Grillade', Gr-LS-D 
Grim, Gr»-M, GrS-Mr. Gr»- 

Mst 
Grimace', GrS-Ms 
Grimal'km, Gri-Ml-Kn 
Grime, Gr'-M 
Grim'ly, Gr-M-X' 
Grlm'ness, Gr^-MTTs 
Grim'y, Gr>-M, Gr-M-B>, 

Gr'-Mst 
Grin, GmS, Gmd', Gm'- 

NG 
Grind, Gmd', Grnd'-NG 
Grind'er, Grndr' 
Grind'ery, Grn-D'-B 
Grind'stone, Gmds-Tn» 
Grin'ner, Gr^.^r 
Grip, Gr-P", Gr-Pts, Gr-ps- 

NO 
Gripe, Gr-P', Gr-Pf, Gr- 

Pi-NG 
Grip'er, Gr-Pr> 
Grippe, *-P» 
Grisette, Grz-T" 
Gris'liness, Gr-Zis-Ns 
Gris'ly, Gr-Zl" 
Gri'son, Grai-IT 
Grist, Grsta 
Gris'tle, 6rs-L3 
Gristay, Gr-si' 
Grist'-mill, Gr-sM»-L 
Grit, Grt», Gr-TdS, Grts- 

NG 
Grit'stone, Grts-Tn' 
Grit'tiness, Gr-T^-Ns 
Grit'ty, Gr-T» 
Griz'zle, Gr-Zl' 
Griz'zled, GrZld« 
Griz'zly, Gr-Zl' 
Groan, Gm", Gmd', Qro»- 

NG 
Groan'eri Gr^-Nr 
Groat, Grti 
Groats, Grtei 
Gro'cer, Gr-BRS 
Gi'o'cery, Gr-sJja 
Grog, Gr'-G 
Grog'gery, Gr'-Gr 
Grog'ginesB, Qri-Q-Ns 
Grog'gy, Qr>-G 



GRO 

Grog'ram, Gri-Gr-M 
Grog'ran, Gr-G-iJn» 
Grog'-shop, Gr»-G-SH-P 
Groin, Grni 
Groined, Grnd' 
Groin'er, Or' Nr 
Grom'met, Gri-Mt 
Groom, QrS-M, Gr»-Md, 

Gi'S-M-NG 
Groom8'man,GrS-Mz-Mn 
Groove, Grv', Grvda, 

GrvS-NG 
Grope, Gr-PS, Gr-Pt2, Gr- 

ps-NG 
Grop'ingly, Gr-P^-NGl 
Gross, Grs2, Gr-sEi!, GrsB- 

T2 
Gross'beak, Grs-B^-K 
Gross'ly, Gr-sL' 
Gross'ness, Grs^-Ns 
Gross'-weight, Gr^-sWt 
Grot, Giti 

Grotesque', Gr-T>-sK 
Groteaque'ly, Gr-Ts=-Kl 
Grotesque'nesB, Gr-T'- 

sK-Ks 
Grot'to, Gr-T> 
Ground, Grndi, Gm-Dd', 

Grnd'-NG 
Ground'age, Grnd-J' 
Groijnd'-ash, Grndi-SH 
Ground'-bait, Gmdi-Bt 
Ground'floor, GriidiiFP 

-K 
Ground'-hog, Grnd'-H-G 
Ground'less, Grndi-is 
Ground'lessiy, Gini-Ls^ 

-L 
Ground'lessness, Grnd- 

isi-Ns 
Ground'ling, Qmd-ii- 

NG 
Ground'-nut, Grndi-Nt 
Ground'-plan, Gmd' : 

Plni 
Ground'-plate, Grndi ! 

Pits 
Ground'-plot, GmdiiPlt' 
Ground'-rent, Gmd'-ient 
Ground'sel, Gr-Nds-L> 
Gi-ound'sill, Gr-Nds-Li 
Ground'swell, Gmds-Wi 

-L 
Ground'work, Gmd-Wr' 

-E 
Qroup, Gr-P», Gr-Pts, Gr- 

P3-NG 
Grouse, Grs' 
Grout, Grt>, Qr-Tdi, Grfi- 

NG 
Grove, Grv» 
Grov'el, Gr-Tl>, Gr-Vld', 

Gr-Vli-NG 
Grov'eler, Gr-Vli-E 
Grow, Gr2. Gr^-NG 
Grow'er, Gr-B» 
Growl, Gr-Ll, Qr-Ld>, Gr- 

L>-NG 
Growl'er, Gr-i>-K 
Grown, GrnS 



115 

Growth, Gr-TH= 

Grub, Gr-B=, Gr-Eds, Gr- 

B2-NG 
GrubTser, Gr-Br« 
Grub'-street, Gv-B=-sTrt 
Grudge, Gr-J=, Gr-Jd2 Gr 

-J2-KG 
Grudg'er, Gr-Jr= 
Grude'ingly, Gr-JS-NGl 
Gru'el, Gr-L» 
Grufl; GrfS, Gr-rr«,Gr-rBt! 
Gruffly, Gr-m' 
Gruff'ness, GrfS-Ns 
Grum, Gri^M 
Grupi'ble, Gr-M-Bl«, Gr- 

M-Bld8, Gr-M-Bl«-NG 
Grum'bler, Gr-M-BlS-K 
Grume, Gi»-M 
Grum'ly, Gr-M-ZS 
Gru'mous, Gr'-Ms 
Grunt, Grnt2, Grn - Td^. 

Grot2-NG 
Grunt'er, Gmtr' 
Gruut'ingly, Gmt-NG-L! 
Grunt'ling, Gmt-is-NG 
Gryph'on, Gr-rn' 
Gua'iaoum, Gw^-K-M 
Gua'no, Gwi-N 
Guarantee', G-K^-N-T, G- 

B"-N-Td, G-ija-N-T-NG 
Guar'antor, G-JJntri 
Guar'anty, G-fi>-N-T, G- 

fii-N-Td, G-fii-N-T-NG 
Guard, Grd>, Gr-Dd>, Grd» 

-NG 
Guard'able, Grdi-Bl - 
Guard'ant, Gr-Dnti 
Gruard'edly, Gr-Dd'-£ 
Guard'edness, Gr-Ddi-Ns 
Guard'er, Gr-Dr' 
Guard'ian, Gr-Dn' 
Guard'ianship, Gr- Dni - 

SH-P [:SH: 
Guard'-ship, Grd^-SH-P 
Gua'va, Gw-V 
Gubernato'rial, G-Br^-N- 

T-Bl 
Gud'geon, G-Jn2 
Gue'ber, G-Br' 
Gue'bre, G-Br' 
Guelf, Gw-za-P 
Guelph, G-w-L'-'E 
Guer'don, GrDnS 
Guerrilla, G - BV. See 

Gorilla. 
Guess, Gs2. Gst!>, Gs2-NG 
Guess'er, G-sK^ 
Guess'-work, G^-sWr-K 
Guest, Gets 
Guffaw' G-r' 
Guid'able, G-D»-B1 
Guid'age, G-D>-J 
Guid'ance, G-Dnsi 
Guide, G-D' (See God), G- 

Ddi. G-D'-NG 
Guide'-post, G-Di-Pet 
Guid'er, G-Dr» 
Gui'don, G-Dn' 
Guild, G-Lds 
Guildliall, G-£d3-El 



GUN 

Guile, G-I/i 
Guile'ful, G-i>-Fl 
Guile'less, G-V-Lb 
Guile'lessness, Q-V-La- 

Ns lor i Lb} 
Guil'lemot, G-£a.Mt 
Guil'lotine, 0-i«-Tn, G- 

Z,a-Tnd, G-i«-Tn-NG 
Guilt, G-Lt» 
Guilt'ily, G-it8-£ 
Guilt'iness, G-its-Ns 
Guilt'less, G-£ta-ia 
Guilt'lessly, G-Lt'-La-L 
Guiltlessness, G-L^-Lb- 

Ns 
Guilt'y, G-iS-T, G-Z'-Tr, 

G-r»-Tst 
Guiu'ea, G»-N 
Guin'ea-dropper, G»-N- 

Dr-Pr 
Guin'ea-fowl, Gs-N-F-L 
Guin'ea-hen, G»-N-Hn 
Guin'ea-pig, G^-N-P-G 
Guise, Ga' 
Guitar', G-Tr' 
Gulch, G-is-CH 
Gules, G-LzS 
Gulf, Gl-FS 
Gulf'y, Gl-Pi! 
Gull, G-L«, G-LdS, G-L«- 

NG 
Gul'let, G-ZH 
GuUibil'ity, G-ZS-Bl-T 
Gul'lible, G-ZS-Bl 
Gul'ly, G-Zs, G-Zds, G-ZS- 

NG 
Gul'ly-hole, G-ZS-Hl 
GuUos'ity, G-Zsi-T 
Gulp, G-Z«-P, G-ZS-Pt, G- 

Z2-P-NG 
Gum, GS-M, GS-Md, GS-M- 

NG 
Gum'bo, G-M-B2 
Gum'-boil, G^-M-B-L 
Gum'-lac, GS-M-Z-K 
Gummiferous, GM-Frs' 
Gum'miness, GS-M-Ns 
Gum'mous, G»-Ms 
Gum'my, GS-M, G-M-B2, 

G=-Mst 
Gump, G-M-Pa 
Gump'tion, GZ-Mshn 
Gum'-rash, G^-M-ieSH 
Gum'-resin, Gs-M-iJz-N 
Gum'-tree, G^-M-Tr 
Gun, GnS, Gnds, Gns-SG 
Gun'-boat, GnS-Bt 
Gun'-eotton, Gn'-i-Kt-ir 
Gvin'-deek, GdS-d-K 
Gun'-metal, Gn^-Mt-Z 
Gun'nel, G^-Nl 
Gun'ner, G'-Nr 

gun'nery, GnS-fl 
un'ning, GnS-HG - 
Gun'ny, G^N 
Guu'powder, Gn-PS-Dr 
Gun'reaeh, Gn-fis-CH 
Gun'-room, GnS-E-M 
Gun'-shot, GnS SHt 
Gun'-smith, Gnss-M-TH 



GUN 

Oun'-stick, Gn8«-T-K 
Guu'-stook, GasS-T-K 
Gvm'ter's Chain, Gntrz»- 

CHn 
Gun'-wad, Gn^-Wd 
Guu'wale, Gs-Nl 
Gur'geons, Gr-JnzS 
Gur'gle, GrS-Gl, Gra-Gld, 

GrS-Ul-NG 
Gur'nard, Gr'-Nrd 
Qur'net, Gr^i-Nt 
Gush, G-SHS, G-SHts, ©. 

SH2.NG 
Gush'ing, G-SHS-NG 
Gus'set, GS-T2 
Gjist, Gsta 

Giast'atory, Gs-T^-T-JJ 
Gus'to, Gs-Ta 
Gust'y, Gs-T* 
Gut, Gt2, G-Td2, Gta-NG 
Gut'ta, G-T> 
Gut'ta-pereha, G-T^-Pr- 

CH 
Gut'ta Serena, G-Ts-sfi- 

N 
Gut'ter, Gtr», Gtrds, Gtr»- 

NG 
Gut'tle, G-T12 
Gut'tler, G-T12-R 
Gut'tural, G-Trfs-L 
Gut'turally, G-Ti^L 
Gut'turalness, G-TrS-£- 

Ns 
Guy, Gi 
Guz'zle, G-ZP, G-Zld2, G- 

Z12-NG 
Guz'zler, G-Zli^K 
Gybe, Ji-B, Ji-Bd, Ji-B-NG 
Gymna'sia, js-M-N-Z 
Gymna'siarch, J^-M-Nz- 

K-K -" 
Gymna'sium, J^-M-Nz-M 
Gym'nast, J'-M-Nst 
Gymnas'tio,Ji-M-Ns-T-K 
Gymnas'tioal-ly, J' - M - 

Ns-T-Kl 
Gymnas'tios, J'-M-Ns-T- 

Ks 

Gymnos'ophist, Ji-M-Ns 

-Fst 
Gym'nosperm, Js-M-Ns- 

PK-M 
Gyn'arohy, ja-Nr-K 
Gylieoe'raoy, Ji-N-Kr-S 
Gyp'seous, ja-P-Ss 
Gypsog'raphy, J'-P-sGr- 

r 

Gyp'sine, J^-Ps-N 
Gyp'sum, J'-p-bM 
Gyp'sy, Js-P-S 
Gy'ral, J'-Hl 
Gy'rate, Jl-JJt, Ji-B-Td, 

Ji-Bt-NG 
Gyra'tion, J^-Eshn 
Gy'ratory, Ji-iJ-T-2e 
Gyre , Ji-B 

Gyr'faloon, J2-B-F-Kn 
Gyr'omanoy, Jr»-Mn-S 
Gy'roscope, J>-B-bK-P 
Gyve, JtI, Jvdi, JtJ-NG 



116 



H. 



H, the elgMh letter of the 
Alphabet, represents the 
rough or forcible breath- 
ing heard at the beginning 
of Buch words as ^te, Aeat, 
Aope, have, Aome, etc. 

H is frequently silent, as 
in Aerb, Aour, Aeir, etc. 

In Phonography h is usu- 
ally written with the stem 
Hay ; bnt before Pee and 
Bee, with simple begin- 
ning (that is, without Ini- 
tial hooks, circles or loops), 
and la the middle of words, 
when the outline can tie 
shortened or Improved 
thereby, the A is either 
omitted or written by a dot 
placed before the following 
vowel. 

The compound Wh may 
be considered as either Hw 
or Wk, In HWj when it is. 
necessary to express the h 
at all, it is written by a 
small perpendicular tick at 
the commencement of the 
Way. In Wh the dot sign 
is used, following the Way 
and before the succeeding 
vowel. 
Ha, h4i 
HaHbeas Corpus, Bs'-Er- 

Ps 
Hab'erdasher, H-Erdi- 

SHr 
Hab'erdashery, H-Brdi- 

SHl 

Haberdine' or Hab'er- 

dine, H-BrSori-Dn 
Haber'geon, H-Bra-Jn 
Habil'iment, H-B18-Mnt 
Hab'lt, h&Bti, hSBi-Td, 

haBt(-)' 
Habitabil'ity, haBta-Bl-T 
Hab'itable, hSBti-Bl 
HaVitablenesB, h&Bt^-Bl 

-Ns 
Hab'itanoy, h&Bi-Tn-S 
Hab'itant, hSBi-Tnt 
Hab'itat, hiBi-Tt 
Habita'tion, h&B^-Tshn 
Habit'ual, haBts-L 
Habit'uaUy. h4Bts-i 
Habit'ualness, mst'-L- 

Ns , 

Habit'uate, haBts - T, 

haBt8-Td. haBts-T-NG 
Habitua'tion, h&B^ - 

CHshn 
Hab'itude, haBi-Td 
Haoien'da, Aths-N-D 



HAL 

Haok,H'-K,'Hi-Kt, Hi-K- 

BG 
HaokTserry, H-K-Bi-B 
Haok'le, Hi-Kl, Hi-Kld, 

Hi-Kl-NG 
Haok'ly, Hi-Kl 
Haok'mataok, Ei-K-Mt- 

K 
Haok'ney, Hi-K-N, E^-K- 

Nd, Hi-K-N-NG 
Haok'ney-eoaoh, H»-K- 

K-K-CH 
Had,Hd« [Di] 
Had'dock, H-r»-K 
Ha'des, H-Dz« 
Hadj'i, H- J' 
Haft,H-Fti 
Hag, H>-G 
Hag'gard, H'-Grd 
Hag'gardly, H-Grd-i» 
Hag'ges, H'-Gs 
Hag'gis, Hi-Gs 
Hag'gish, H-G-SHU 
Hag'gle. Hi-Gl, Hi-Gld, 

Hi-Gl-NG 
Hag'gler, H-Gl-E' 
Hagiog'rapba, H-Ji-Gr-I" 
Hagiog'raphal, H-J'-Gr- 

F-L 
Hagiog^apher, H-Ji-Gr- 

Fr 
Hagiog'Taphy, H-J»-Gr-P 
Hagiol'ogy, H-J>-Z-J 
Hag'Bhip, H-G-SH»-P 
Hague'but, H-G-Bti 
Hah,Hsi» . 
Ha-ha', Bk^-'Si 
Haik, E^-K 
Hail, Hia, HldS, H1»-NG 
Hail'-fellow, Hls-F-i 
Hail'stone, Hls=-Tn 
Hail'y, E-Z,a 
Hair, Eri 

Hair'-brained, Bri-Brnd 
Hair'-breadth, Hri - Brd- 

TH 
Hair'-brush, Hr'-Br-SH 
Hair'-cloth, Hr'-Kl-TH 
Hair'-dresser, Er'-Dr-sB 
Haired, H-iJi-D 
Hair'iness, H-B>-Ns 
Hair'less, Hr-Xs' 
Hair'line, Hr-ini 
Hair'-pln, Hri-Pn 
Halr'-powder, Er'-P-Dr 
Hair'-splitting, Eri - 

sPlt(-) 
Hair'-spring, Ersi-Pr-NG 
Hair'-stroke, Ersi-Tr-K 
Hair'y, H-B> 
Hake, E^-K 
Hal'berd, Eli-Brd 
Halberdier', El-Brds-E 
Hal'cyon, H-isi-N 
Hale, H12. Hld^, El^-NG 
Half.B-PlrFi] 
Half -and-Half, Tni-P 
Half -binding, pi-Bnd- 

NQ 
Half-blood, F^-Bld 



HAL 

Half-blooded, F>-Bl-I>d 
Half-bred, Fi-Brd 
Half-breed, r>-Bra 
Half-brother, F'-Brdlir 
Half-cock, Fi-K-K 
Half-crown, F'-Km 
Half-hearted, Ei-Hr-W 
Half-mast, F'-Mst 
Half -moon, F>-Mn 
Half -note, m-m 
Half -pay, F>-P 
Half -pence, Fi-Pns 
Half -penny, F' - P - N or 

hSPi-N or haPa-N 
Half -pike, Fi-P-K 
Half-price, F>-Pra 
Half-seas-over, F»-S-zTr 
Half -step, Fi-sT-P 
Half-way, Fi-W 
Half-witted, F>-wTa 
Hal'ibut, B-Li-Bt 
Hal'imas, E-£i-Ms 
Hall, Hli 

Hallelu'jah, Hl-£s-Y 
Hal'liards, Hl-Yrdz' 
Halloo', H-is, H-ids, H- 

L'-TSa 
Hal'low, H-i> H-idi, H- 

i>-NG 
Halloween', H-X'-N 
Hal'lowmas, H-Zr'-Ms 
Hallu'cinate, H-JCs^-Nt 
Hallucina'tion, H-£s>- 

Nshn 
Ha'lo, H-X« H-id2 H-iS- 

Na 
Ha'loid, H-£!-D 
Ha'loscope, H-£8>-E-F 
Hals'er, Us-B^ 
Halt, Hlti, Hl-Tdi, HltC-)' 
Halt'er, Hltri, Hl-Trd', 

Hltr>-N» 
Halt'ingly, Hlti-NGl 
Halve, liav>, liaVdi,li5,V- 

NG 
Halves, havzi 
Hal'yard, Hl-TrdJ 
Ham, H>-M 

Ham'adryad, H-M-Dr'-D 
Ham'ated, H-M-Td^ 
Hames, H'-Mz 
Hamit'io, H»-Mt-K 
Ham'let, H-M-Xf 
Ham'mer, Hi-Mi, Ei- 

Mrd, Hi-Mr-NG 
Ham'mer-beam, H>-Mt- 

B-M 
Ham'mer-cloth, H'-Mr- 

Kl-TH 
Ham'merer, H-Mr-Ei 
Ham'mer-hard, H^- Mr- 

Hrd 
Ham'mer-harden, E' - 

Mr-Hr-Dn, H'-Mr-Br- 

Dnd, H'-Mr-Br-Dn-NG 
Ham'mer-head, E* • Mt- 

Bd 
Ham'mock, Ei-M-K 
Hamose', E^-Ms 
Ha'mouB, E3-M» 



117 

Ham'per, B-M-Pr', h-m- 

Prdi, a-M-Pri-KG 
Ham'shackle, Ei-M-SB- 

El, B'-M-SH-Eld, Ei-M- 

SH-El-NG 
Ham'ster, E'-Mstr 
Ham'string, B - M . sTr' - 

NG, E-M-eTri-HGd, E-M 

-sTr»-NG-Na 
Ham'strung, E-M-bTi1- 

NO 
Han'aper, H-N-Pri 
Hand, HndS En-Ddi, 

Endi-NG 
Hand'-ball, Hndi-B-I. 
Hand'-barrow, Endi-B-fi 
Hand'-basket, Bad> - B - 

sEt 
Hand'-bell. Hndi-B -L 
Hand'-bill, Bndi-B-L 
Hand'-book, Endi-B-E 
Hand'-breadth, End'- 

Brd-TE 
Hand'cufliBndi-E^ Bnd» 

-Eft, Bndi-Ef-NG 
Hand'er, Bndri 
Hand'ful, Bnd'-F-I. 
Hand'-gallop, Bud>-G-£- 

P 
Hand'icap, Bh-dle-p 
Hand'icraft, En-Di-Ertt 
Hand'icraftsman, En-Di 

-Krits-Mn 
Hand'lly, Bn-D'-i 
Hand'iness, Bn-D'-Ns 
Hand'iwork, Bn-Di - Wr- 

K 
Hand'kerohief, B-NG- 

Er-CEf 
Haad'le, Hnd - LK End - 

Zdi Bnd-ii-NG 
Haud'ling, End-I.i-NG 
Hand'-loom, Endi-£-M 
Hand'maid, End'-Md 
Hand'maiden, End-U- 

Hand'-mill, Bnd>-M-i 
Hand'-organ, Bnd'-B-Gn 
Hand'-rail, Mnd'-B-Jj 
Hand'saw, End-S> 
Hand'sel, Bnds-Li 
Hand'some, Ens^-M, 

Ensi-M-B, Bnsi-Mst 
Hand'somely, Bns-M-t» 
Hand'aomeness, Ene> - 

M-Ns 
Haud'spike, Endsi-P-K 
Hand'writing, End-ieti- 

NG - 
Hand'y, En-Di, Bn-Di-E, 

Bn-Deti 
Hang, Bi-NG, Bl-NG-D ior 

B>-NGd), Bi-NG-NG 
Hang'-bird, B>-NG-Brd 
Hang'dog, B-NG-D'-G 
Hang'er, ff-NGr 
Hang'er-on, Bi-NGr-N 
Hang'ing, Bi-NG-NQ 
Hang'ing-buttresa. H'- 

NG-NO-B-Ti* 



HAK 

Hang'man, Bi-KG-Mn 

Hang'-nail, B^-NG-N-L 

Hank, Ei-NG-E 

Hank'er, E'-NG-Kr, H>- 
NG-Krd, Ei-NG-Er-Na 

Hap, h4P» 

Hap'-hazard, hst»-E-Zrd 

Hap'less, liSP^-Xs 

Hap'ly, B-Pli. See Hap- 
pily and Partly, 

Hap'pen, MPsi, hiPnd', 
haPni-NG 

Hap'pily, hap'-i 

Hap'piness, hftpi-Ns 

Hap'py, haPi, haP»-K, 
h&Psti 

Harangue', b-U'-ng, B- 

iJl-NGd. B-iJl-NG-NG 
Harang'uer, E-Bi-NGr 
Har'ass, E-iJs', n-SsV, B- 

Bsi-NG 
Har'asser, B.-Rs'-R 
Har'binger, B-«i-B-N-Jr 
Har'bor, Er-Br',Er-Brdi, 

Er-Br'-NG 
Har'borer, Br-Br'-E 
Har'borless, Br-Br»-Z8 
Har'bor-master, Er-Br^- 

Mstr 
Hard, Brd>, Brdr*, Er- 

Dsti (orBrdeti) 
Hard'en, Br-Dn', Er- 

Dnd', Br-Dn'-NG 
Hard'ener, Erd'-Nr 
Hard'-favored, Erdi - F- 

Vrd 
Hard'-featured, Brd'-F- 

CBrd 
Hard'-flsted, Erd'-Fs-Td 
Hard'-fought, Hrd'-Ft 
Hard'haok, Brdi-H-E 
Hard'-handed, Erdi-En- 

Dd 
Hard'-hearted, Brdi-Bi^ 

Hard'-heartednesB, 

Erd'-Hr-Td-Ns 
Hard'ihood, Er-D'-Bd 
Hard'ily, Br-Di-X. See 

Hardly, 
Hard'iness, Er-D'-Ns 
Hard'ish, Erd-Sfli 
Hard'ly, Erd-X^. See 

Hardily. 
Hard'-mouthed, Erd^H 

-DBd 
Hard'ness, Erdi-Ns 
Hard'ship, Brd-SZP-P [or 

BrdiiSB] 
Hard'-tack, Brdi-T-K 
Hard'ware, Erd-Wr' 
Hard'-visaged, Erdi-Vz- 

Jd 
Hard'y, Br-BS Er-Dr', 

Br-Dsti 
Hare, Er> 
Hare'bell, Er-BH 
Hare'-brained, Er>-Bma 
Hare'-heai;ted, Hr' - Ht - 

Td 



BAR 

Hare'-hound, Er'-Hnd 
Hare'lip, Hr-/,i-P 
Ha'rem, Hr^-M 
Hare'skiu, Hrsi-En 
Har'iuot, H-iJi-K 
Har'ier, S-Bf-B 
Hark, Hri-K 
Har'lequin, Hr-£>-En or 

Hr-ii-Kwn 
Harlequinade, 'Ei-IA- 

KnD or Hr-ii-Kwn-D 
Har'lot, Hr-it» 
Har'lotry, Hr-iP-K 
Earm, Er> - M, Hr> - Md, 

Harmat'ton, Hr-M-Tn' 
Earm'ful, Hr-M-FW 
Harm'less, Ht-m-Lb^ 
Harm'leSBly, Hr-M-£si-£ 
Harm'lessness, Hr-M- 

Harmo'nia, HrS-M-N 
Harmo'uial, Hr-M-N-LS 
Harmon'ic, Hri-M-N-K 
Harmon'ioa, Hr'-M-N-K 
fiarmoh'ical-ly, Hr>-M- 

N-Kl 
Harmon'icon, Hr^-M-IT- 

En 
Harmon'ica, Hr'-M-N-Es 
Harmo'niouB, Hr'-M-Ns 
Harmo'niously, Hr - 31 ■ 

KS-L2 
Harmo'neousness, Hri- 

M-Ns-Ks 
Har'monist, Hr^-M-Nst 
Harmo'nium,Hr'-M-N-M 
Har'monize, Hr^-M-Nz, 

Hrl-M-Nzd, Hri-M-Nz- 

NO 
Ear'monizer, Hr-M-Nz- 

Bi 
Har'mony, Hri-M-N 
Har'ness, Hri-Ns, Hr>- 

Nst, Hr»-Ns-NG 
Har^esser, Hr-Ng-E> 
Harp, H-«i-P, H-Bi-I>t,H- 

iJi-P-NO- 
Harp'er, Hr-Pr' 
Harp'ing-iron, H-Bi-P- 

Na-i-En 
Harp'iugs, H-K'-P-NGz 
Harp'ist, H-iJ>-Pst 
Harponeer', n-R'-v-nr 
Harpoon', H-B'-Fn, H-R' 

-Pnd. H-iP-Pn-NG 
Harpoon'er, H-iJ^-P-Nr 
Harp'sichord, S-JP--P- 

EEid 
Harpy', H-K'-P 
Har'quebuse, Er-Ew-Bs^ 
-fiar'ridan, H-fl'-Du 
Har'rier, H-iJi-B 
Har'row, H-«i,H-Bd», H- 

iei-NG 
Har'rower, H-JJi-B 
Har'ry, H-S', H-«di, H- 

B>-N» 
Harsh, Hr-SH>, Hr-SHi>, 

Hr-SHst' 



118 

Harshly, Hr-Sjffl> 
Harsh'ness, Hr-SEi-Ns 
HKrs'let, Hrs-Lti 
Hart, Erti 

Harts'hom, Hrts-H-iZnl 
Har'uni-scariuu, Hri-M- 

sE-B-M 
HoruB'pioe, n-Rs'-Fa 
Har'vest.Hr-Veti, Hr-Vsi 

-Td, Hr-Vst(-)l 
Har'TSSter, Hr-Vstr' 
Har'vestfly, Hr-Vei-T-Pl 
Har'yest-fioine, Hr-VBt>- 

M 
Har'yest-moon, Hr-VsP- 

Mn 
Har'vest-queen, Hr-Vs^- 

Ewn 
Has, Hzi [zi] 
Hash, H'SHi, H-Sm\ H- 

SHi-NG 
Hash'eesh, H-BHi-SH 
Hash'ish, H-SHi-SH 
Hash'meat, H-8Hi-Mt 
Has'let, S.B-Lt>- 
Hasp, Hs-F>, Hs-Pti, Hs- 

pi-NG 
Has'sock, Hs^-E 
Hast.Hiiti csti] 
Has'tate, Hs-Tti 
Has'tated, Hs-T»-Td 
Haste, Hst! Es-Tdi, 

Hst(-)» 
Has'ten, Hs'-N, Hs«-Nd, 

Hs»-N-NQ 
Has'tener, Es-K-B< 
Hast'ily,Es-T2-i 
Hast'iness, Es-T>-Nb 
Has'tings, Bs-T^-NGz 
Hast'y, Es - Ts, Es - T^ - K, 

Bs-Tsta 



HEA 

Haugh'ty, E-T», E-Trl 

E-Taf 
Haul, Ell, Hldi, Eli-NQ 
Haul'er, Bl-B' 
Haulm, Ei-M 
Haunch, E'-N-CE 
Haunt, Eut>, En-Tdi, 

Enti-NG 
Haunt'er, Entr> 
Haut'boy, E-B» 
Hauteur', E-Tr* 
Haut-gout', E-G* 
Have.B-Ti [ViJ, and by 
the v-boolc; thus, 

To have, Tt» 

Can have, Ev» 

They have, DEv» 

May have, Mv> 
HaT'eIook,E-Vl>-K 
Ha'ven,B-Vn2 
Hav'ersaok, E-Vrsi-E 
Hav'oo, B-V'-E 
Haw, B>, Bdi, Bi-NG 
Haw'flnoh, E-F'-N-GH 
Haw'-haw, Bi-B 
Hawk, B'-E, B'-Kt, E«-K- 

NG 
Hawk'er, B'-Er 
Hawk'-eyed. E»-E-i-D 
Hawse, Bz' 
Hawse'-hole, Bzi-El 
Haws'er, Bz-R' 
Hawthorne, B-TBi-Bn 
Hay, B2 

Hay'-oook, E'E-E 
Hay'-field, B^F-Ld 
Hay'ing, B--NG 
Hay'-knife, H«-N-F 
Hay'-loft,E=-i-Ft 
Hay'mow, E=-M 
Hay '-rick, B--ii-E 



Hast'y-pudding, Bs-T2- Hay'-staok, Bs^-T-K 



P-D-NG 
Hat, Eti 
Hat'able,'Bt-Bl» 
Hat'-band, Bti-Bnd 
Hat'-boz, Eti-B-Es 
Hat'-brush, Eti-Br-SE 
Hat'-oase, Et'-Es 
Hatch, B-CEi, E-CBti, B- 

CBi-NG 
Hatoh'el, B-CBU, B- 

caidl, E-CBli-NG 
Hatoh'eler, B-CBli-R 
Hateh'er, B-CEr> 
Hatches, E-CBz' 
Hatoh'et, B-CBt> 
Hatch'ment, E-CBi-Mnt 
Hatoh'way, E-CE>-W 
Hate, Bt2. E-Td2. Et(-)> 
Hateful-ly, Et-Fia 
Hate'fulness, Et • Fl- - Ns 

[EtasFs] 
Hat'er, Etr^ 
Ha'tred, E-Trds 
Hat'ter, Etri 
Hau'berk, E-Bri-E 
Haugh, El 
Haugh'tily, B-Ti-£ 
Haugh'tiuess, e-ti-Hb 



IHay'ward, BWi-aa 
Haz'zard, B-Zrdi, B-Zi* 
J)d,B-Zra'-NG 
Haz'ardou's, B-Zrdi-3 
Haz'ardously, E-Zid-- 

8-i 
Haze, EzS, Bzd^, Ez^-NG 
Ha'zel-ly, B-Z1» 
Ha'zel-nut, B-zi»-m 
Ha'zidess, b-Z'-ns 
Ha'zy, B-z» 

He, E2. Written in t!ie 
second position to <Ustiu 
guish it from who wlieu 
unvocalized. 

Head, Bds. EDd^, Bdc)= 
Head'ache, Ed'-i-E 
Head'-band, EdS-End 
Head'-oheese, Ed^-CBz 
Head'-dress, Bd^i-Drs 
Head'er, Bdr- 
Head'-gear, BdS-G-R 
Head'iness, B-DS-Ns 
Head'ing, Bdt-)!! 
Head'land, Bd-ind» 
Head'less, Bd-iss 
Head'-light, Ed-£t> 
Head'long, Sd-L^TSta 



HEA 

Head'-man, Hd'-Mn 
Head'-piece, Hd^-Ps 
Head'-quarters, Hd»-Kw- 

iJtrz LHd«-Kwtrz] ^ 
Head'-sea, Hd^-S ^ 
Head'ship, Hd- SHx-P 

[HdsiSH] 
Heads'man, Hdz--Mn 
Head'-master, Ed^-Ustr 
Head'spring, Hds-Prs-NG 
Head'stall, Hds-I'-L 
Head'-stock, Hds«-T-K 
Head'-stone, HdsS-Tn 
Head'-strong, HdS-sTr- 

Head'way, Hds-W 
Head'wind, Hd^-Wnd 
Head'work, Hd-Wr^-K 
Head'y, H-DH 
Heal, H13, maa, His-NQ 
Heal'able, Hl-Bis 
Healds, Hldz^ 
Heal'er, B.l-R> 
Heal'ing, His-NG 
Health-y, HI - TH' IL' - 

TH] 
Health'fal-ly, Hl-TH2-ri 

[is-TH-Fl] 
Health'fulneas, HI - XH'- 

Fl-Ns [ia-THSFs] 
Health'ily, m-1H^L U^ 

-TH-i] 
Health'iness, Hl-TH2-Ka 

[iS-TH-Ns] 
Heap, hiP», bePts, hePS- 

NG 
Heap'er, H-Pr' 
Hear, HrS, HrS-NG [E», 

B^-UG] 
Heard, Hrd^ 
Hear'er, H-Ers [R"-B] 
Hearing, Hr« - NG [R' ■ 

NG] 
Heark'en, Hri-Kn, Hr>- 

Knd. Hr'-Kn-NG 
Heark'ener, Hr>-K-Nr 
Hear'aay, Hr-S» c«»-S] 
Hearse, Hre' 
Hearse'-cloth, Hrs'i ki- 
th' 
Heart, Hrti 
Heart'-aohe, Hrt'-K 
Heart'-breaking, Hrti - 

Br-K-NG 
Heart'-broken, Hrti-Br- 

En 
Heart'-bum, Hrti-Bm 
Heart'-buming, Hrf - 

Brn-NG 
Heart'en, Hr-Tn» 
Heart'-felt, Hrt'-F-Lt 
Hearth, Hr-TH» 
Hearth'-stone, Hr - TH' - 

sTn 
Heart'ily, Hr-T'-Z 
Heart'inesB, Hr-T>-Ns 
Heart'less, Hrt-Z.s> 
Heart'lesaly, Hrt-Lsi-i 
Heart'lessness, Hrt-ZB>- 

Ns [HrtMi^s] 



119 

Heart'-rendiBg, Hrti- 

iJnd-NG 
Heart'-seacching, Erts'- 

iJ-CH-NG 
Heart's'-ease, Hrts'-Z 
Heart'-sick, Hrts'-E 
Heart'-sicken, Hrtsi-En 
Heart'-sickening, Hrts'- 

Kn-NG 
Heart'-sore, Hrts'-B 
Heart'-striug, Hrte'- Tr- 

NG 
Heart'-whole, Hrti-Hl 
Heart'-wood, H-Bt'-Wd, 

See Hard and Wood. 
Heart'y, Hr-Ti, Hr-Tr>, 

Hr-Xati 
Heat, Hts, H-Tds, Ht(-)» 
Heat [heU, Hta 
Heat'er, Htr» 
Heath, H-THS 
Heath'-oock, H-THs-K-K 
Hea'then, H-DHns 
Hea'thendom, H - DHn»- 

DM 
Hea'theniBh, H-DHns-SH 
Hea'thenishneSB, H - 

DHn3-SH-Ns 
Hea'thenism, H-OHn^Z- 

M 
Hea'thenize, H-DHnS-Z. 

H DHn»-Zd, H-DHnB-Z- 

NG 
Heath'er, H-DHrS 
Heath'er-bell, EtbT^-B- 

L 
Heath'ery, H-DHii" 
Heath'-game, h-ths-g- 

M 
Heath'-grasa, H-TH^-Grs 
Heath'-heu, H-IHS-Hn 
Heath'y, H-TH> 
Heat'ing, HtC)» 
Heave. H - va, H - Vds, H - 

va-NG 
Heav'en, H-Vns [Vn*] 
Hear'enliiieas, H-va-Nl- 

Nb [V2-N1-NB] 
Heav'enly, H-V'-Nl rv«- 

Nl] 
Heav'enly-minded, H- 

V2-Nl-Mn-Dd [Va-Nl-Mn 

Dd] 
Heav'enward, H - VnS - 

Wrd 
Heave'-offering, H-V- 

Fr-NG 
Heav'er, H-VrS 
Heaves, H-Vz» 
Heav'ily, H-VH 
Heav'iness, H-V*-Ns 
Heavy, H - VS H - Vr«, H- 

VBt» 

Heav'y-spar, H-VsS-P-E 
Hebdom'adal, 1ieBd>-U- 

Dl 
Hebdom'adary, heBdi- 

M-D-B ■ 
Hebdomat'ical, lieSd*> 

Mt-Kl 



HEL 

Heb'etate, heB'-Tt, KSBf- 

T-Td, MBS-TtC-) 
Hebeta'tion, heBS-Tslin 
Heb'etude, heB^-Td 
Hebra'ic, H-Br^-E 
Hebra'ically, H-Br»-El 
He'braism, H-Br^-zM 
He'braist, H-Brsts 
Hebraist'ic, H-Brs'-T-K 
He'braize, H-Brz», H- 

Brzds, H-Brz«-NG 
He'brew, H-Br» 
He'brewess, H-Br»-S 
HeCatomb, H-E-TS-M 
Heck, H2-K 
Heckle, H«-E1 
Hectare', K-T»-B 
Heo'tio, H-E-TS-E 
Heo'tioal, H=-Et-El 
Hec'togram, H-K-T'-Gr- 

M 
Heetol'iter, H-K-T'-rtr 
Hectom''eter, H'-Kt-Mtr 
Heo'tor, H^-Etr, H»-Etrd, 

H^-EbvNG 
Hectostere', K-Tb»-t-b 
Hed'dle, H-DI2 
Hedera'ceous, Hd - £i- 

SHb 

Hed'eral, H-D^-iei 
Hedge, H-JS, H-Jds, H-J«- 

NQ 

Hedge'hog, H-Jslh-g 
Hedge'-priest, H-J'-Prst 
Hedg'er, H-Jrs 
Hedge'-row, H -JS-B 
Hedge'-achool, H-T^-gEl 
Hedge'sparrow, H-J2-sP 

■R 
Heed, Hds. H-Dd3, Hd(-)3 
Heed'ful-ly, Hd-Fl» 
Heed'fulaess, Hd-Fl»-Ns 

[HdSiFs] 
Heedless, Hd-£s3 
Heedlessly, Hd-iss-r 
Heedlessness, Hd - Ls' - 

Ns [its] 
Heel, HIS, Hld3, Hl^-ira 
Heel'-piece, Hl»-Ps 
Heel'-tap, his-t-p 
Heft, H-Ft«, H-F2-Td, n- 

Ftc-ji* 
Hegem'ony, H-j«.m-N 
Hegi'ra, H-Ji-« 
Hexf er, H-Frs 
Helgh'-ho, Hi'-H 
Height, Hti 
Heigh t'en, H-Tni, H- 

Tndl, H-Tni-NG 
Hei'nous, H>-Ns 
Hei'nously, H-Ns-L^ 
Hei'nousness, H'-Ns-Na 
Heir, Bi 

Helr'dom, Bd'-M 
Heirless, B>-S 
Heirless, B>-i:s 
Heirloom, Bi-£-M 
Heir'ship, E»-;Srfl--P [iSH] 
Held, Hld3. Bee Hold. 

He'liao, H-i'-K 



HEL 

Heli'acal-ly, H-ii-r* 
Hel'ical, E-z,>-El 
Hel'ices, K-Lez* 
Hel'icoid, H-X^-K-D 
Helicoi'dal, H-L'-K-Dl 
Hericon, H-Z^-Kn 
Heliooeu'trio, H-is^-Ntr- 

K 
Eeliocen'tricail, H ■ £s<- 

Ktr-Kl 
Heliog'raphy, H-ii-Gr-r 
HelioPatry, H-ii-Tr 
Heliom'eter, H-Z^-Mtr 
He'lioscope, H-isS-K-P 
He'lioBtat, H-is'-Tt 
He'liotrope, H-iS.Tr-P 
Helisplier'io, H-is^-r-E- 

E 
Helispber'ical, H-Zs^F- 

-B-El 
Helix, H-i3-Es 
Hell, Hia 
Hel'lebore, H-i«-B-E (or 

Hl-BrS) 
Helle'nian, H-£s-Nn 
Hellen'ic, H-£n^E 
Henenism, H-Zna-Z-M 
Hellenist, H-Zn^St 
Herienize, H-zs-Nz 
H6ll'-fire.Hls-F-B 
Hell'-hound, Hl^-Hnd 
Heirish, H-Z2-SH 
Hell'ishly, S.-L'-SHl 
Heirishuess, H-ZS-SH-Nb 
Helm, Hia-M 
Helm'et, His-Mt 
Helmin'tbic, HI - M - N - 

TH3-E 
Helmiuthol'ogy, Hi - M- 

SI-TH«-Z-J [:J] 
Helms'man, His-Mz-Mn 
He'lot, H-Zta 
He'lotism, H-ztzS-M 
Help, H-Z«-P, H-Z'-Pt, H- 

Za-P-Na [Za-P, Zi!-Pt, 

i»-PC)] 
Help'ep, m-Pr» 
Help'ful, H-za-P-Fl [£!- 

P-Fl] 
Help'fulnesB, H-zs-P-Fl- 

Ns [Zs-P:Fs] 
Helpless, H-Z»-P-Zfl [Z^- 

P-Zs] 
Helplessly, h-z»-p-Zb-z 

CZ.2-P-Z8-Z] 
Helplessness, H - Z» ■ P - 

■ Zs-Ns [ZS-PiZs] 

Help'mate, H - Z« - P - Mt 

rZ2rP-Mt] 

Help'meet, H-za-P-Mt 

[ZS-P-Mt] 
Herter-skelter, Hltrsa- 

K-Ztr 
Helve, H-Z2-V, H-Z'-Vd, 

H-Z«-V-NG 
Helvef io, H-Z"-V-T-E • 
Hem, h:-M, H'-Md, H>-M- 

NG 
Hem'atite, H-M-Tt> 
Hemi- H-M 



130 

Hemiple'gia, H-M-Pl^- J 
Hem'&legy, H-M-PI2-J 
Hemip'ter, H-M-Ptr» 
Hemip'teran, H ■ M - P' - 

Tni 
Hemip'teral, H-M-pa-Tr- 

Z 
Hemip'terous, h - M - P^- 

Trs 
Hemisphere, H-Ms-F^-R 
Hemispheric, H-Ms-F^- 

E-E 
Hemispher'ical, H - Ms - 

F2-K-E1 
Hemlstioh, H-Ms-T^-E 
Hemis'tichal, H-Ms-T^- 

El 
Hemltone, H-M-Tn^ 
Hemlock, H-M-Z2-E 
Hemop'tysis, H - M - Pi - 

Tss 
Hem'orrhage, H-M-;?2.j 
Hemorrhoid'al, H - M - 

Bd'-L 
Hem'orrhoids, H-K-Sdz^ 
Hemp, H-M-pa 
Hemp'en, H-M-Pn' 
Hem^'-seed, H-M-ps-sD 
Hem'stich, h-Mb-ts-CH, 

H-Ms-TS-CHt, H-MS-T2- 

CH-NG 
Hen, Hn9 
Hen'bane, Hn-£na 
Hence, Hns' 
Henoeforth' or Hence'- 

fortll, Ens-Fa-Ji-TH 

[or -F-TH] 
Hencefor'ward, Hiis-Fi 

-Wrd 
Henoh'man, H-N-CHa- 

Mn 
Hen'-coop, Hna-E-P 
Hendec'agon, Hn-Da-E- 

Gn 
Hendi'adjrs, Hn-Di-DB 
Hen'-harrier, Hna-H-H-ie 
Hen'-hearted, Hna-taaK- 

Td 
Hen'na, Ha-N 
Hen'nery, Hn-Ba 
Hen'-pecked, Haa.p.Et 
Hen'-roost, Hna.£st 
Hepatic, hePt'-K 
Hepatlcal, taePti-El 
Hepatiza'tion, hCPa - 

Tzsto 
Hep'taohord, hSpa-T- 

Erd 
Hep'tade, hSpa-Td 
Hep'taglot, hePa-T-GIt 
Hep'tagon, liiPta-Ga 
Heptag'onal, bePti-G-Nl 
Heptau'gular, bePti-NGl 

-R 
Hep'tarchy, huPa-Tr-E 
Her, Hra [Eaj 
Her'ald, H ■ ieida, H - RV- 

Dd, H-Hlda.NG 
Heral'dio, H-iili-D-E 
Her'aldry, H-fiiarPr 



HER 

Her'aldship, H-Blds-SH- 

P 
Herb, Ra-B 

Herba'oeoue, Ra-B-SSs 
Herb'age, Ea-B-J 
Herb'al, Ra-Bl 
Herb'alist, Ba-Blst 
Herba'rium, Ra-B-E-M 
Herb'ary, Ea-B-S 
Herbes'oent, Ra-Bs-Nt 
Herbif erous, E'-B-Frs 
Herbiv'ora, Bs-Bv-K 
Herbiv'orous, R3-B-Vre 
Herbless, Ra-B-Zs 
Herboriza'tion, Ra-B- 

R?.8hn 
Herb'orize, Ra-B-iJz, Ra- 

B ffzd. Ra-B-iJz-NG 
Herbose', ES-Bs 
Herb'ous, Ra-Bs 
Herb'y, Ra-B 
Herculean, Hr-E-Zn' 
Herd, Hrda, Hr-Dd', 

HrdC)2 
Herd'er, Hrdra 
Herd'man, Hrda-Mn 
Herds'man, Hrdza-Mn 
Herds'-grass, Hrdza-Grs 
Here. Hr3 [R3] 
Here'about, R»-Bt 
Here'abouts, R^-Bts 
Hereaft'er. R'-Vlr 
Hereat', Ri-I. Bee Hereto 

and Whereto. 
Hereby', RS-B 
Heredltable, Hrd-Ta-Bl 
Heredit'ament, Hr - Dts - 

Mnt. 
Hereditarily, Hrd-Tpa-Z 
Hereditary, Hrd-Trs 
Herein', Rs-n. See Ha-e- 

on and Whereon. 
Herein'to, R' - N - T. See 

Here/wnto. 
Hereor, iJ'-V. See Wluere- 

of. 
Hereon', R'-N. See Here- 
in. 
Her'esiarch, H-fl=-8K-K 
Her'esy, H .KS-S 
Her'etio, H-flS-T-E 
Heret'ioal-ly, H-fita-El 
Hereto', jBa-Tg. SeoHere- 

at. TTAcreaf and Whereto. 
Heretofore', iJta-F-R 
Hereunto', Rs-N-T. See 

Hereinia. 
Hereupon', B'-Pn 
Herewith', ie»-TH or -DH. 

See WhAremiih,. 
Her'iot, H-isa-T 
Her'itable, H-2fta-Bl 
Her'itage, H-Kta-J 
Her'itor, H -iStra 
Hermaph'rodism, Hr- 

M-Fr>-D-zM 
Hermaph'rodite, Hr-U- 

Fri-Dt 
Hermaphrodit'ic, Hr-M 

-Fi:»-Dt-K 



HER 

Hermaphrodit'ical, Br- 

M-Frs-Dt-Kl 
Hermapli'roditisiu, Hr- 

M-Fri-Dt-zM 
Hermeneu'tio, Er-M-N- 

X3-K 
Hermeneu'tioal, Hr-M- 

N-TS-Kl 

Hermeneu'tios, Hr-M- 

N-TS-Ke 
Hermet'io, Hr=-Mt-K 
Hermet'ical-ly, Hr^-Mt- 

Kl 
Her'mit, Hr'-Mt 
Her'mitage, Hr-Mt- J« 
Her'mitess, Hr-M-Tss 
Hern, Em^ 
Her'nia, B-JSS-N 
Her'nial, H-«2-n-l 
He'ro, H-fls 
Hero'dian, B-Bs-Dn 
Hero'io, H-B^-K 
Hero'ioal-ly, H .R^-Kl 
Heroi-oom''ic, E-iJS-K-M. 

K 
Eeroi-oom'ical, E-fls-K- 

M-Kl 

Her'oine, B-«arN 
Her'oism, B -iJ^-zM 
Her'on, B.-Rn' 
Her'onry, a-Bn'--S 
He'ro-worship, S-B'- 

Wr-SHP 
Her'pes, B-K2-Pz 

gerpet'ic, B-flS-Pt-K 
eispetol'ogist, a-B'-Pt- 

L-Jst 
Herpetol'ogy, B - B' - Pt- 

i-j 
Her'ring, B-B^-Na 
Hers, Brz8 [RzSij 
Her'sohel, Er-SB1» 
Herse, Brs' 
Herself, Bre-rs-P [Rss- 

i-F] 
Her'sillon, Erss-in 
Hes'itanoy, Bz-Tn^-S 
Hes'itant, Bz-Tnt2 
Hes'itate, Bz-Tts, Bz- 

T2-Td, Bz-Tt(-)« 
Hesitatingly, Bz-Tts- 

NGl 
Hesita'tion, Bz-TehnS 
Hes'per, Bs-Pr^ 
Hespe'nan, Bs-ps-Bn 
Hes'perus, Bs-p?-Bs 
Hes'sian, Batm' 
Hest, Bst2 
Heteh'el, B-CB12 
Het'eroolite, Btrs-Klt 
Heteroolit'ic, Btr-Kl-T»- 

E 
Heteroclit'ical, Bti^-Elt 

-Kl 
Het'erodox, atr-D2-Ks 
Het'erodoxy, Btr-D'-K-S 
Heteroge'neal, Btr-J^-N 

L 
Heterogene'ity, Btr - js- 

K-T 

6 



131 

Heteroge'neous, Btr-J»- 

Ms 
Heteroge'neousness, 

Btr-J'-Ns-Ns 
Heterop'athy, Etr-P^-TH 
Heterot'ypy, Btr-T'-P 
Het'man, Et'-Mn 
Hew, B'. Ed', BS-NG 
Hew'er, B-K» 
Hewn, En3 

Hex'achord, B^-E-eErd 
Hex'ade, B-Es-S^ 
Hex'agon, ES-Ka-Gn 
Hexagonal, B'-Ks-G-Nl 
Hexane'dral, E-E-sEdr- 

£» 
Hexahe'dron, B - E - bE - 

Drns 
Hexam'eter, Ei-E-sMtr 
Hexamet'rio, B - K - sMt- 

B2-E 
Hexamet'rioal, E-E-sMi 

-B2-K1 

Hexan'gular, B-Es-NG- 

Gl-Ki [or -NGl-R] 
Hexan'dria, B-Es-N-Dr> 
Hex'apla, B-Es-Pl^ ■ 
Hex'aplar, B-Es-Pl^-E 
Hey, B2 
Hey'day, B-Da 
Hia'tus, B-Ts» 
Hiber'nal, B-Bpa-Nl 
Hi-bemate, a - Bri - N - T, 

B-Brl-N-Td, a-Br>-N-T- 

NG 
Hiberna'tion, B - BpS ■ 

Nshn 
Hiber'nian, B-BmS-N 
Hiber'nianism, a-Bm'- 

Nz-M 
Hiber'nicism, a-Brn^-SZ' 

M 
Hibis'cus, a-B>-GEB 
Hic'cough, B-E-P", B-E- 

Pta, B-K-pa-KG 
Hiek'ory, B»-Er 
Hick'up, E-E-pa 
Hid, Bds 
Hid'age, B-Di- J 
Hidal'go, B-Di-i-G 
Hid'den, B-Dns 
Hld'denly, E-DS-Nl 
Hide, Bd>, Bd(-)i 
Hide'-bound, Ed'-Bnd 
Hid'eous, B-Dss 
Hid'eously, E-D3-s£ 
Hid'eonsness, B-Ds^-Ns 
Hid'er, Edri 
Hie, El, Bdi, E'-NG 
Hi'eraroh, E-B'-B-E 
Hi'erarohal, B-B'-B-Kl 
Hi'erarohical, B-B'-B-E- 

El 
Hi'erarchy, B-Bi-B-E 
Hierat'ic, B-Bt'-K 
Hi'eroglyph, B-Bi-GIf 
Hierogiyph'io, a-Bs-Glf- 

E 
Hieroglyph'iOBl-ly, B- 

-B'-Gl-F-Kl 



HIG 

Hieroglyph'ist, B-B»-G1- 

■Fst 
Hi'erogram, B-Bi-Gr-M 
Hierograph'io, B-B'-Grf' 

E 
Hierograph'ical, a - B' - 

Gr-F-El 
Hierol'ogy, B-BI'-J 
Hi'eromancy, a-B>-Mn- 

S 
Hier'ophant, H-B^-rnt 
Hig'gle, aa-Gi, as-Gld, 

aa-Gl-NG 
Hig'gledy-pig'gledy, as 

-Gld-P-Gl-U 
Hig'gler,B-Gl-B' 
High, Bi. Eri, Estr> 
High'-blown, Ei-Bln 
High'-born, B'-B-Bu 
High'-bred, B'-Brd 
High'-browed, Bi-Brd 
High'-ohureh, Hi-CBr- 

CB 
High'-ohurohism, B' - 

CBr-CB-zM 
Higb'-chUTchman, B'- 

CBr-CB-Mn 
High'-colored, B'-E Xrd 
Highfalu'ten, E-Fs-Z-Tu 
High'-fed, E'-F-D 
High'-feeding, E» - F - D- 

NG 
High'-flnished, E'-Fn- 

snt 
High'-flarored, B'-Fl- 

Vrd 
High'-flier, E»-Fl-E 
High'-flown, E'-Fln 
High'-flying, B'-fI-ng 
High'-go, Bi-G 
High'-going, Bi-G-NG 
High'-fianded, Bi-Bu-Dd 
Highland, E-£ndi 
High'lander, B-^ndr' 
High'-low, Ei-£ 
High'-low-jack, B'-i-J- 

E 
High'ly, B-ii 
High'-masB, Bi-Ms 
High'-minded, E'-Mn- 

Dd 
High'-mindedness, E' - 

Mn-Dd-Ns 
High'ness, Ei-Ns 
High'-preasure, Hi-Pr- 

SBr 
High'-prioed, B'-Prst 
High'-priest, H'-Prst 
High'-priestship, ai- 

PrstiSa 
High'-proof, Bi-Prf 
High'-road, Bi-B-D 
High'-sohool, Bsi-E-L 
High'-seasoned, Hsi-Znd 
High'-shouldered, B>- 

SBl-Drd 
High'-BOunding, Bs^-Nd 

-NG 
High'-spirited, BbI-Pi- 

Td 



HIG 

High'-stning, Hs'-Tr-NG 
Higat, Hti 
HigH'-toned, Hi-Tnd 
High'-voioed, Hi-Vst 
High' -water, H'-Wtr 
High 'way, H-W 
High'wayman, H-Wi-Mn 
High'-wrought, H'-flt • 
Hila'rious, Jl-L'-Ra 
Hilar'ity, H-Li-B-T 
Hil'ary, K-L'-E 
Hill, H13, Hia», Hia-NG 
Hill'ineBB, H-£«-Ns 
Hill'ook, H-i^-K 
Hill'-side, Hls'-D 
Hill'-top, H13-T-P 
Hill'y, H-is 
Hilt, Hlta 
Hilt'ed, H-i'-Td 
Hi'lum, H-ii-M 
Him, H»-M. [H2. Written 
in the second position to 
prevent itB being con- 
founded with M' me.] 
Himself, H-Ms-ts-F [Hs- 

iS-F] 
Hin, Hn8 
Hind, Hndi 
Hind'er, (a.) Hndr' 
Hiu'der, (i>.) Hndr», Hnd- 

Bd". Hndr»-NG 
Hin'derance, Hndr3-Ns 
Hin'derer, Hndr-Ro 
Hind'ermost, Hndr'-Mst 
Hindtuost, Hnd'-Mst 
Hin'doo, Hn-D' 
Hin'dooism, Hn-D^-zM 
Hindoostan'ee, Hn • Ds>- 

T-N 
Hin'drance, Hnd-iins= 
Hin'du, Hn-D3 
Hin'duism, Hn-D'-zM 
Hiiidustan'i,JHn-Ds'-T-N 
Hinge, H-N-J«, H-N-Jd?, 

H-N-JS-SG 
Hin'ny, H3-N 
Hint, Hnt«, Hn-Td', Hnts- 

NG 
Hip, hIP» 
Hip'-gout, hIP»-at 
Hip'pocamp, WPii-K-M-P 
Hippooen'taux, hIPa«-K- 

T-B 
Hip'pocras, hIP'-Krs 
Hip'podrome, hIP»-Dr-M 
Hip'pogriflf, hIPS-Grf 
Hippoph'agoua, hlPfi-Gs 
Hippoph'agy, hlPi-F-J 
Hippopot'amua, WP'-P- 

T-Ms 
Hip'-roof, hIP«-Hf 
Hip'Bhot, MP»-SH-T 
Hire, Hri. Hrdi, Hr'-NG 
Hire' ling, Hr-^i-NG 
Hir'er, H-Rr' 
Hirsute', Hra-T' 
Hirsute'ness, Hrs-T»-Ns 
Hjs, Hz3 (z»] 
Hispan'ioism. Hs-Pn'-Sz- 
M 



Hia'pid, Hs-Pd' 
Hiss, Hs». Hsta, Hs8-NG 
Hiss'ing, Hsa-NG 
Hist, Hsta 

Histol'ogy, Hs-T>-£-J 
Histo'rian, Hs-Ta-«n 
Histor'ic, Hs-T'-B-K 
Histor'ioal-ly, Hs-T'-iJ- 

Kl 
Historiog'rapher, Hs-Ti 

fl-Gr-Fr 
Historiog'raphy, Hs-T'- 

iJ-Gr-F 
His'tory, Hs-T»-iJ. See 

Mystery. 
Histrion'ic, Hs-Tr'-N-K 
Histrion'ioal-ly, Hs-Tri- 

NKl 
Hit, Hts, HtC)» 
Hitch, H-0H3, H-CHt3, H- 

OH»-NG 
Hith'er, Hdhr> 
Hith'erto, Hdhr-T» 
Hith'ermost, Hdhr^-Mst 
Hith'erward, Hdhr-Wrd* 
HiTe,H-V>, H-Vdi, H-V"- 
• NG 

Hiv'er, H,-Vri 
Hives, H-Vz' 
Ho,H2 
Hoa, Hi" 
Hoar, HrS 
Hoard, Hrd^, Hr-Dds, 

Hrd(-)' 
Hoard'er, Hrdr« 
Hoar'-frOBt, Hia-Fret 
Hoar'bound, Hr>-Hnd 
Hoar'iness, H-B'-Ns 
Hoarse, Hrs^ Hrs-B', Ers- 

Sts 
Hoarse'ly, Hrs-£« 
Hoarae'neaa, Hrs>-Ns 
Hoar'y, H-iJs 
Hoax, H«-K.s, H=-Kst, H»- 

Es-NG 
Hoax'er, H-K-bKs 
Hob, hSBi 
Hob'ble, H - Bli, H - Bld>, 

H-Bli-NG 
Hob'bledehoy, H-Bli-D- 

H 
Hob'bletehoy, H-Bii-T- 

H 
Hob'bler, H-BU-E 
Hob'blingly, H-B1»-NGI 
Hob'bly, H-Bli 
Hob'by, hSBi 
Hob'by-horse, h6B>-Hrs 
Hob'goblln, hoB'-G-Bln 
Hob'nail, h8Bi-Nl 
Hob'nob, h8Bl-N-B 
Hob'omokko, h6Bi-M-E 
Hob'aon'a Choice, h8Bs> 

-Ns-CHs 
Hook, H'-K 
Hock'ey, H>-K 
Hook'le, Hi-Kl 
Ho'cuB, H^-Es 
Ho'ous-pocuB, H! - Eb - P- 

Kb 



HOM 

Hod, Ha> 

Hodge'-podge, H-Ji-P-J 
Hodier'nal, H-Dr^-Nl 
Hod'mau, Hd'-Mn 
Hoe, H2, Hd2. H2-NG 
Hoe'-oake, H^-K-K 
Hog, H»-G, Hi-Gd, H>-a 

NG 1 

Hod'-carrier, Edi-E-B-a 
Hog'-frame, H>-6-Fr-M 
Hog'gish, H-G-SHi 
Hog'-herd, Hi-G-Hrd 
Hog'-pen, H'-G-Pn 
Hogs'head, H'-Gz-Hd 
Hog'-akin, H'-Gs-En 
Hoga'-lard, mHi-zL-Ed 
Hog'aty, H-Gs-Ti 
Hoi'den, H-Dni 
Hoi'denish, H-Dni-SH 
Hoist, Hsti, Hs-Td>, HBt(-)> 
Hoi'ty-toity, H-T»-T-T 
Hold, Hold!!. See Held. 
Hold'-back, Hld^-B-E 
Hold'er, Hldr^ 
Hold'-fast, HldS-FEt 
Hold'ing, HldC)= 
Hole, Ell 
Hol'iday, H-Li-D 
Ho'lily, B.-I/'-L 
Ho'liness, U-L'-'Sb 
Hol'la, H-ii, H-£di, U-JA 

NG 
Hol'land, H-Lndi 
Hol'lander, H-Lndri 
Hol'lands, H-Xndzi k 
Hol'lo, H-£i, E-idi H-£i- 

NG 
Hol'loa, H-£i 
Honow, H-Zi, H-id>, H- 

i'-NG 
Hol'low-hearted, H-i«- 

Er-Td 
Hol'lownesa, H-Xi-Na 
Hony, H-ii 
Hol'lyhook, H-ii-H-K 
Holm, H= M 
Hol'ocaust, H-L'-Est 
Hol'ograph, H-i'-Grf 
Holograph'!©, H-ii-Grf- 

E 
Hol'ster, H-istrs 
Holt, Hits 
Ho'ly, H-Z,2, H-i«-E, H- 

iBt> 

Ho'ly-day, H-iS-D 
Ho'ly-atone, H-isS-Tn 
Ho'ly-week, H-i«-W-E 
Hom'age, H-M-Ji 
Home,E9-M [M!] 
Home'-bom, H^-M-B-Rn 
Home'-bred, HS-M-Brd 
Home'less, S-M-Ls' 
Home'linesB, H-M-i»-Na 
Home'ly, E-M-i', H-M- 

L'B.. E-M-£sta 
Home'-made, H^-M-Md 
Homeoiutth'ic, H-M-p»- 

TB-K 
Homeop'athist, H-M-P» 

TSst 



HOM 

Homeop'athy, H - M - pi- 

TH 
Ho'mer, H^-Mr 
Homer'ic, H-M-R2-K 
Home'siok, H^-Ms-K 
Home'sickness, H^ - Ms- 

K-Ks 
Home'spun, H-Ms-Fn> 
Home'-stall, H^-Ms-T-L 
Home'Etead, H-Ms-Xd' 
Home'ward, H-M-Wrda 
Hom'iuidal, H-Ms-Di-L 
Hom'icide, H-Ms-Di 
Homilet'io, H-M-Z'-T-K 
Homilet'ical, H-TI-its-Kl 
Homilet'ics, H - K - £'- 

T-Ks 
Hom'ilist/H-M-istf 
Hom'ily, H-M-ii 
Hom'iny, H>-M-N 
Hom'mock, H^-M-K 
Hom'mony, H>-M-N 
Homocen'tric, Hs-Ms- 

Ntr-K 
Homoeop'athy, H-M-pi- 

TH 
Homqge'neal, H-M-J>-N- 

L 
Homogene'ity, H-M-JS- 

N-T 
Homoge'neous, H-M-J^- 

Ns 
Homoge'neousness, H- 

M-Js-Ns-Ns 
Homoiou'sian, H-M-Z'-N 
Homorogous, H-M-Z,i-Gs 
Hom'ony, Hi-M-N 
Hom'onym, H>-Mn-M 
Eomou'ymous, H* - Mn - 

Ms 
Homon'ymy, H'-Mn-M 
Homoou'sian, H-M-Z'-N 
Homoph'onous, H-M-F'- 

Ns 
Homoph'ony, H-M-F>-N 
Hone, Hu=, Hiid=, Hns-NG 
Hon'est, Nst* 
Hon'estly, Ns-T>-L 
Hou'esty, Ns-Ti 
Hon'ey, HS-N, H-N-DS, H^ 

-N-KG 
Hon'ey-bag, H^-n-B-g 
Hon'ey-oomb, H^-n-K-m 
Hon'ey-dew, h^-N-d 
Hon'ey-guide, H=-N-G-D 
Hon'ey-locust, Hs - N - i- 

KBt 

Hon'ey-moon, H=-N-Mn 
Hon'ey-suckle, H^-N-sKl 
Hong, H'-NG 
Hon'or, Nri, Nrdi, Nr'- 

NG 
Hon'orable, Nr-BU 
Hon'orableness, Nr-Bl'- 

Ns 
Hon' jrably, Nr-Bli 
Honora'rium, Nr-K^-M 
Hon'orary, Nr-iJ' 
Hon'orfir, Nr-Ki 
Hood, Hd», H-Dd», Hac)» 



123 

Hood'wink, Hd ■ ■V7a . NO- 

K, Hd-W3-NG-Kt, Hd-Wa- 

NG-K-NG 
Hoof, H-FS 

Hoof-bound, H-FS-Bnd 
Hook, HS-K, H3-Kt, m-K- 

NG 
Hook'ah, E^-K 
Hook'ed, Hs-Kd 
Hook'edneas, H'-Kd=Ns 
Hook'-nosed, Ha-K-Nzd 
Hoop, hops, hoPta, liopa- 

NG " ■ 

Hoop'er, H-Pr' 
Hoop'ing-cough, hops- 

NG-Kt 
Hoop'oe or Hoop'oo, 

hops 
Hoop'-skirt, hops-sKrt 
Hoo'sier, H-ZHr^ 
Hoot, Hts. H-Tda, Ht(-)' 
Hoove, H-va 
HoT'en, H-Vn2 
Hop, hSPi. hSPti. h8Pi-NG 
Hope, hopa, li6Pt=, hoPS- 

NG [P!!, Pts, PC)=: 
Hope'ful-ly, hoPa-Fl 
Hope'fulness, hoP'-Fl- 

Nh [pa:Fs] 
Hope'less, hoF'-Xs 
Hope'lessly, hoPs-Zs-Z 
Hope'lessness, hdP'-Zs- 

Ns [PSiZs] 
Hop'ingly, hoP=-NGl 
Hop'-ground, h8P'.-Gmd 
Hop'per, H-Pri 
Hop'ple, H - Pli, H - Pldi, 

H-Pll-NG 
Hop'ples, H-Plzi 
Hop'-pole, h5Pi-P-L 
Hop'-sooteh, h51>i-sK-CH 
Ho'ral, H-2J1» 
Ho'rary, K-R'-B 
Horde, Hrd^ 
Hore'hound, Hr^-Hnd 
Hori'zon, H-iJz'-N 
Horizon'tal-ly, H-2ezi-Nt 

-L 
Horn, H-Kui, H-Bndi, H- 

iJni-NG 
Horn'beam, H-iJn»-B-M 
Horn-bill, H-fini-B-L 
Horn'blende, H - B' - N - 

Bind 
Horn'-book, H-Bn>-B-K 
HornTDUg, H-Bu'-B-G 
Horned, H-Jind> 
Hor'net, H-fi'-Nt 
Horn'less, M-Rn^-Ls 
Horn'-mad, E-Kni-Md 
Horn'-owl, H-fin'-i 
Horn'pipe, H-Bn'-P-P 
Horn'-stone, H-Bbs'-Td 
Horn'work, H-ien'-Wr-K 
Hom'y, H-Ri-N, H-ie>-N- 

K. H-iei-Nst 
Horog'raphy, H-B^-Gr-F 
Hor'ologe, H-BV-J 
Horolog'ioal, H-iei>-J-Kl 
Hororogist, H-iBl'-JBt 



HOR 

Horol'ogy, H-Bl'-J 
Horom'etry, Hr-M-Tri 
Hor'oBOope, H ,Bs>-K-P 
Horos'oopy, H .Ss'-K-P 
Hor'rent, H -flnt' 
Hor'rible, H-/ei-Bl 
Hor'ribleness, H-i:>-El 

Ns 
Hor'ribly, H-JJ'-Bl 
Hor'rid, H-7edi 
Hor'ridly, H-Bd'-Z 
Hor'ridness, H-Bdi-Ns 
Horrific, S-R'-V-K 
Hor'rify, H-B'-F, H-Ki- 

Fd, H-iJi-F-NG 
Hor'ror, H-Epi 
Horse, Hrsi, Hrsti, Hrei- 

NG 
Horse'baok, Hrs-B'-K 
Horse'-bean, Hrsi-Bn 
Horse'-boat, Hrs^-Bt 
Horse'-boy, Hrsi-B 
Horse'-breaker, Hrs^-Br 

Kr 
Horse'-car, Hrsi-Kr 
Horse'-chestnut, Hrs'- 

CHs-Nt 
Horse'-ooUar, Hrs^-E-Zr 
Horse'-cucumber, Hrsi- 

K-K-M-Br 
HorBe'-dealer, Hrsi-F-z- 

B 
Horse'-dootor, Hrsi-D- 

Ktr 
Horse'-emmet, Hrsi-Mt 
Horse'-ferry, Hr8>-F-B 
Horse'-gentian, Hts> - J- 

Nshn 
Horse'-guards, Hrs'- 

Grdz 
Horse'-hair, Hrs>-E-B 
Horse'-iockey, Hrsi-J-K 
Horse'-Iaugh, Hrs>-Z-r 
Horae'-leeoh, Hrs'-Z-CH 
Horse'-litter, Hrsi-Ztr 
Horse'-load, Hrs>-Z-D 
Horsely, Hrai" 
Horse'-mackerel, Ers>- 

M-Kr-L 
Horse'man, Hrs'-Mn 
Horse'manship, Hrs-Mn 

-SHi-P [iSH] 
Horse'-marten, Hrs'-M- 

B-Tn 
Horse'-meat, Hrs'-Mt 
Horse'-mill, Hrs>-M-Z 
Horae'-milliner, Jlis^-'M.- 

Z-Nr 
Horse'-muscle, Hrs^-Ms- 

Z 
Horse'-nail, Hrs'-N-L 
Horse'-path, Hrs'-P-TH 
Horse'-pond, Hrs'-Pnd 
Horse'-power, Hrsi-P-E 
Horse'-raoe, Hrsi -Bs 
Horae'-raciug, Hrs' - Rs - 

NG 
Horae'-radiah, Hrsi-B-D- 

8H 
Horse'-rake, Hrs>-B-S 



HOR 

HoTse'-road, Hrsi-B-D 
Horae'-run, Hrai-Bn 
HoTse'shoe, Hrs'-SH 
Horse'shoe-head, Hts- 

SHi-Hd 
Horse'shoeing, Hrs-SH>- 

KG 
Horse'-stable, Hrss'-T-Bl 
Eorse'-tail, Hrs'-T-L 
Horse'-thief, Hrs'-TH-F 
Eorse'-tongue, Hrs' - T - 

NG 
Horse'-way, Hrs'-W 
Horse'-weed, Hrs>-wa 
HoTse'whlp, Hrs-W-P, 

Hrs-Wi-Pt, Hrs-Wi-P-NO 
HoTse'woman, Hrs-W' 

Mn 
Horse'-worm, Hrsi - Wr ■ 

M 
Horta'tion, H-iJ=-Tslm 
Hor'tative, H-Ati-Tv 
Hor'tatory, H-Bti-T-B 
Horticulfural, H-Rt'- 

Elt-iil 
Hor'ticultvire, H - £ti - 

Kltr 
Eorticult'urist, B-Rtf- 

Eltr-St 
Hort'ulan, H-Bt'-Zn 
HoT'tus Sicus, H - £1 - T- 

Hosan'na, H-Z'-N 
Hose, Hz' 
Ho'sier, H-ZHr^ 
Ho'siery,H-ZHi4 
Hos'pice, Hb-Fs1 
HoB'pitable-y, Hs-Pti-Bl 
HoB'pital, Hs-Pti-L 
Hos'pitaler, Hs-Pt>-£-B 
Hospital'ity, Hs-Pt»-Z,-T 
HoB'podar, Hs-Pi-Dr 
Host, Hst' 
HoB'tage, Hsti-J 
Hos'tel, Hs-Ti-L 
Hos'telry, Bs-Ti-L-B 
Host'esB, He-Ts> 
Hos'tile, Hs-TLL 
Hos'tileiy, Hs-T>-£-£ 
HoBtil'ity, Hs-T^-i-T 
Hos'tler, Hb-L^-S, or Sl^-B 
Hot, Hti, Htr>, H-Tsti (or 

HtstiJ 
Hot'-bed, Hti-Bd 
Hot'-brained, Hti-Bmd 
Hotch'pot, H-CHi-Pt 
Hotoh'potoh, H - CHI - P - 

CH 
Hot'-cockles, Hti-K-Elz 
Hotel', Ht-i2 
Hot'-headed, Hti-H-Dd 
Hot'-house, Ht>-Hs 
Hot'ly, Ht-£i 
Hot'neBB, Hti-Ns 
Hot'-preas, HP-Prs, Hti- 

Prst, Ht'-Prs-NG 
Hot'spur, HtB-Pr» 
Hot'tentot, H-Tn».Tt 
Hot'-wall, Ht'-Wl 
Hoa'dah, H'P> 



124 

Hough, H'-K, Hi-Kt, H»- 

K-NQ 
Hound, Hnd>, Hn-Ddi, 

Hnd>-NG 
Hour, E> 

Hour'-glaas, R>-Gls 
Hour'-Eand, Ri-Hnd 
Hour'i, H-A' 
Hour'ly, K>-i 
Hour'-plate, K'-Plt 
House, (n.) Hsi 
House, (V.) Hzi, Hzdi, Ez>- 

NG 
House'-boat, Hs^-Bt 
House'-breaker, Hsi-Br- 

Kr 
House'-breaking, Hs^ - 

Br-K-NG 
Houae'-dog, Hs^-D-G 
Houseliold, Hs'-Hld 
House'holder, Hs'-Hldr 
Houaelieeper, Hs-E-Pi^ 
Houselieeping, Hs-E-P>- 

NO 
House'leek, Hsi-£-E 
Houae'less, Hsi-Zs 
Houae'maid, Hs^-Md 
Houae'-TO'om, Hs'-B-M 
House'-top, Hsi-T-P 
House'- warming, Hsi- 

Wr-M-MG 
House'wife, Hz-WS-F 
House'wilely, Hz-W"-ri 
House'wifery, Hz-W>-Fr 
Houa'ing, Hz>-NG 
Hove, H-va 
HoT'el, H-VIS H-Vldi, H- 

Vli-NG 
HoT'en, H-Vn" 
Hov'er, H-Vr^ H-Vrd>, H- 

Vr2-NG 
How, HI 
Howadj'i, H- J» 
Howbe'it, H-Ba-T 
How'dah, H-Di 
How'dy, H-Di 
How'el, H-Li 
Howev'er, H-Vi« :HtI] 
How'itz, H-Ts> 
How'itzer, Hts-Ei 
Howl, Hli, Hid', H1>-NG 
Howl'et, Hi-it 
Howsoev'er, H - S^ - Vr 

[H8-V2] 

Hoy, HI 
Hub, hilB» 
Hub'ble-bubble, H-BI2 

B-Bl 
Hub'bub, huBa-B 
Huok, H2-E 
Huok'abaok, H-E-B^-E 
Huck'le-back, h^-ei-b-E 
Huck'le-backed, H^-El 

BEt 
Huokle-berry, H^-Kl-B 

R 
Huok'ster, H^-Estr, H-E- 

sTrds, Ha-EBtr(-) 
Huck'steiase, H-E-BTra- 

J 



HUM 

Hud'dle, H-D1=, H-Dld« 

HDI2-NG 
Hud'dler, H-D12-B 
Hudibras'tio, Hd-Brsi-T- 

E 
Hue, H> 
Hued, Hd3 
Huff, H-F2, H-Ft2, H-Ps- 

NG 
HufTiah, n-'B'-SH 
Hufflshness, M-T^-SH- 

Ns 
Huffy, H-r« 
Hug, H»-G, H2-Gd, HS-G- 

NG 
Huge, H-J3, H- Jr>, H-Jsta 
Huge'ly, H- Jl" 
Huge'ness, H-J^-Kb 
Hug'ger-mugger, HS-Gr- 

M-Gr 
Hu'guenot, H»-G-Nt 
Hu'guenotisin, H>-G-Ktz- 

M 
Hulk, H18-K 
Hull, Hia Hld«, H1«-NG 
Hull-gull', H18-G-L 
Hum, H!-M, HS-Md, Hi- 

M-NG 
Hu'man, H'-Mn 
Humane', H^-Mn 
Humane'ly, H^-M-Nl 
Humane'nesa, H'-Mn-Ns 
Hu'manist, H^-Mn-St 
Humanita'riaa, H-U-N- 

T2-Bn 
Humanita'rianiBm, H - 

M-N-T!-finz-M 
Human'ity, H-M-N-Ti 
Humaniza'tlon, H>-M- 

NzfAn 
Hu'manize, H-Mn-Z', H- 

Mn-Zds H-Mn-Z»-NG 
Hu'mankmd, H" - Mu - 

End 
Hu'manly, H3-M-N1 
Hum'ble, (a.) H-M-B1«, 

H-M-Bia-B, H-M-Blsf (.or 

M-B1> etc.) 
Hum'ble, (».) H - M - Bl=, 

H-M-Blda, H-M-Bis-NQ 

lor M-Bia, etc.) 
Hum'blebee, H-M-Bia-B 
Hum'bleness, H-M-Bl'- 

Ns 
Hum'bler, h-m-bi«-e 
Hum'bles, H-M-Blzs 
Hum'bly, H-M-Bis (or M- 

BIS) 
Hmn'bug, H-M-B^-G, H- 

M-B'-CM. H-M-BS-G-NG 
Hum'buggery , H - M - B>- 

Gr 
Hum'drum, H-M-Dr^-M 
Hu'meral, H-M-«l» 
Hum^-hum, Ha-M-H-M 
Hu'mid, Hs-Md 
Hu'midness, H-M-D^-Ns 
Humid'ity, H-Md-T» 
Humil'iate, H-U-£t>, H- 

M-i»-Td„ H-M-ita-Ua 



HUM 

Humilia'tion, H-M-ZshnS 
Humil'ity, H-M-ia-T 
Hum'mer, H^-Mr 
Hum'ming-bird, HS-M- 

NG-Brd 
Hum'mook, H^-M-K 
Hu'mor, H»-Mr, H^-Mrd. 

H3-Mr-!JG or Y»-Mr, Y^- 

Mrd, Y5-Mr-NG 
Hu'moral, H-Mr-L^ or ¥»■ 

Mr-L 
Hu'moTalism, 'E-Mx-Lz'- 

M or Y»-Mp-£z-M 
Hu'morism, H'-Mrz-M or 

T3-Mrz-M 
Hu'morist.Hs-Mrstor'X'- 

Mrst 
Hu'morons, H^-Hrs or 

VS-Mrs 
Hu'morously, H-Mrs-£3 

or l''-Mrs-/y 
Hu'morousnesB, Hs-Mrs- 

N8 or Y»-Mrs-N6 
Hu'morsome, H^-Mrs-M 
Hump, H-M-P2 
Hump'back, H-M-P2.B-K 
Hum'strum, H-Ms-Tr'-M 
Hu'mus, Hs-Ms 
Eun, Ho' 
Hunch, H-N-CH2, H-N- 

CHts, H-N-OH!-Na 
Huncn'back, H-K-CH^-B- 

K ■^ 

Eunch'backed, E - K - 

OH«-B-Kt 
Hun'dred, Hnd-i?aa (or 

100) 
Hun'dredfold, Hnd-Bdi!- 

r-Ld 
Hun'dTsdth, Hnd-ieda- 

TH (or lOOTH) 
Hung, H8-Na 
Hun'garian, H-NG-G-Bn2 
Hung'-beef, HS-NG-Bf 
Huu'ger, H2-NG-Gr, H2- 

NG-Grd. H2-NG-Gr-UG 

lor H2-NGr, H^-NGrd, H^- 

NGr-NG] 
Huu'erUy, H-NG-Gr-i" 
Hun'gry, H2-N(i--GT tor 

H2-NGrJ 
Hunk, H2-NG-K 
Hunk'er,H»-NG-Kr 
Hunks, H^-NG-Es 
Hunt, Hnt2, Hn-TdS,Hnt2- 

NG 
Hunt'er, Hntr 
Hunt'ing-horn, Hnts - 

NG-Hrn 
Hunt'ress, Hnts-Bs 
Eunts'man, HutzS-Mn 
Hur'dle, Hr-Dl" 
Hur'dy-gurdy, H - 7J2 - D- 

Gr-D 
Hurl, H- BIS, H2- Bid, H- 

Kis-NG 
Hurl'-bone, H-Kl^-Bn 
Hurl'er, H-«12-B 
Hurl'ing, H .Sia-NG 
Hur'ly,H-Ja» 



125 

Hurty-burly, U-RV- 

m 

Hurra' or Hurrah', Hli' 
Hur'rioane, UH'-Kn 
Hur'riedly, H-R'-B-L 
Hur'rier, B.-R'-R 
Hur'ry, K-R% H-ied2, H- 

Hur'ry-skurry, H-Ks^-K- 

B 
Hurt, Hrts. Hrt2-NG 
Hurt'er,^rtr2 
Hurt'ful, Hrtrs-L 
HurWfnlly, Hrt-F2.£ 
Hurt'fulness, Hrt - ps - L- 

Ns [Hrt2:Fs] 
Hur'tle, Hr-Tl!, Hr-Tl* 

Hr-T12-NG 
Hur'tleberry, Hr-Tia-B-B 
Hurt'less, Hrt-is^ 
Hus'band, Hz-Bnd-, Hz- 

Bn2-Dd, Hz-BndS-NG 
Hus'bandman, Hz-Bnd^ 

Mn 
Hus'bandry, Hz-Bud^-B 
Hush, H-Sna H-SHts, H- 

SH2-NG 
Hush'-money, H-SH^-M- 

N 
Husk, Hs^-E, Hs^Et, Hs^- 

K-NG 
Husk'iness, Hs^K-Xs 
Husk'ing, Hs^-E-NG 
Husk'y, Hs2-K 
Hussar', Hz-B* 
Hus'sy, H-Z! 
Hus'tings, Hs-T=-NGz 
Hus'tle, Hs-is, Hs-id', 

Hs-i,2-Na 
Hus'wife, HZ-F2 or Hz- 

Hus'wifery, Hz - F2 - B or 

Hz-W2-Fr 
Hut, Ht2, H-Td», Ht(-)» 
Hutch, H-CH2 
Huzza', H - Zi, Hz - Di, H- 

Zl-NG 
Hy'aointh, Hs-N-THi 
Hyacinth'iue, Hs - >; - 

THu» 
Hy'ades, H-Dzi 
Hy'ads, H-Dz' 
Hy'aline,, H-ini 
Hy'brid or Hyb'rid, H- 

Brdio)-' 
Hyb'ridous, H-Br»-Ds 
Hyd'atid, H-Ds-Td 
Hy'dra, H-Dr' 
Hydran'gea, H-Dri-N- J 
Hy'drant, H-Drnt> 
Hydrar'gyrum, Hdr-B'- 

Jr-M 
Hy'drate, H-Drti 
Hydrau'llc, H-Dri-i-E 
Hydrau'lioal, H-Dri-L-Kl 
Hydrau'lios, H-Dr'-i-Es 
Hydro-, Hdr 
Hy'drooele, Hdrs-ii 
Hydroceph'alus, Hdis- 

F2-i8 



HYG 

Hydrodynam'ic, Hdr- 

D'-N-M-K 
Hydrodynam'ics, Hdr- 

D'-N-Jl-Ks 
Hy'drogen, Hdr-Jni 
Hy'drogenate, Hdr-J'- 

Nt, Hdr-J'-N-Td, Hdr-Ji- 

Nt-NG 
Hy'drogenize, Hdr - J' - 

Nz. Hdr-Ji-Nzd, Hdr-J'- 

Nz-NG 
Hydrog'enous, Hdr - J' - 

Ns 
Hydrog'rapher, Hdr-Gr- 

Fri 
Hydrograph'ic, Hdri - 

Grf-K 
Hydrograph'ioally, Hdr 

Gr-Fl-Kl 
Hydrog'raphy, Hdr-Gr- 

Fl 
Hydrol'ogy, Hdr-Z>-J 
Hy'dromaucy, Hdi-Mn- 

Sl 
Hy'dromel, Hdri-Ml 
Hydrom'eter, Hdr'-Mtr 
Hydromet'ric, Hdr^-Mtr- 

K 
Hydromet'rical, Hdr^ - 

Mtr-El 
Hydrom'etry, Hdr-M-Tr' 
Hydropath'ic, Hdr-P»- 

TH-K 
Hydropath'ical-ly, Hdr- 

Pi-TH-Kl 
Hydrop'athist, Hdr - P> - 

THst 
Hydrop'athy, H^r-pi-TH 
Hydropho'bia, Hdr-F^-B 
Hydrophob'ic, Hdr - F! - 

B-K 
Hydrop'ic, Hdr-P'-K 
Hydrop'ical, Hdi-pi-Kl 
Hy'droscope, HdrsE-P' 
Hy'drostat, Hdrs-Tt' 
Hydrostat'io, Hdre-W-K 
Hydros tat'ical, Hdrs-Tt'- 

Kl 
Hydrostat'ics, HdrsTti- 

K3 

Hydrosul'phate, Hdrs- 

X2-Ft 
Hydrosul'phuret, Hdrs- 

L'-V-Rt 
Hydrotho'rax, Hdr-TH2- 

B-Es 
Hy'drous, H-Drsi 
Hye'mal, H3-M1 
Hyema'tion, H'-Mshn 
Hye'na, HS-N 
Hyge'ian, H-ja-N 
Hyge'ist, H-Jsts 
Hy'giene, H-Jni 
Hygien'io, H-J8-N-K 
Hygrol'ogy, H-Gr-i^-J 
Hygrom'eter, H'-Gr-Mtr 
Hygromet'rio, H^-Gr- 

Mtr-E 
Hygromet'rical, HS- Gr- 

Mti-Ii.1 



HYG 

Hygrom'etry, H - Gr - M- 

Ti-l 
Hy'grosoope, H-Grs-K-P' 
Hylotheism, H-i»-THz- 

M 
Hylozo'ism, H-£2-Zz-M 
Hy'men, H'-Mn 
Hymene'al, H-M-N-L» 
Hymene'an, Ha-Mn-N 
Hymenop'teral, H - Mn - 

Ptri-L 
Hymenop'terous, H-Mn- 

Ptri-a 
Hymn, Hs-M, Hs-Md, Hs- 

M-KG 
Hym'nal, HS-M-Nl 
Hym'nio, Ha-M-NK 
Hymnog'raphy, H-M-N- 

Gr-Fi 
Hymnol'ogy, H-M-Nl-J" 
Hy'oid, H-Di 
Hyold'ean, H-Dni 
Hyp, hipa 

Hypal'lage, hipi-i- J 
Hyper, HPri 
Hyper'baton, H - Pr^ - B - 

Tn 
HyperTjola, H-Pr^-Bl 
HyperT)Ole, H-Pr^-Bl 
Hyperbol'ic, H-Pr'-Bl-K 
Hyperbol'ioal-ly, H-Pr'- 

Bl-Kl 
Hyperbol'iform, H - Pr'- 

Bl-Fr-M 
Hypertolism, H-Pr^-Bl 

zM 
HyperTjolist, H-Pr^-Blst 
Hyperbo'rean, H-Prs-B- 

Bn 
Hypereatalec'tic, H-Pr- 

Kt-i-K-T-K 
Hyperorit'ic, H - Pr^- Kr- 

T-K 
Hyperorit'ioal, H - Pr^ - 

Krt-Kl 
Hyperorit'icism, H-Pr^- 

Kr-T-szM 
Hyper'meter, H-Pr^-Mtr 
Hyper'trophy, H-PrS-Tr- 

P 
Hy'phen, H-Fn' 
Hypnot'io, WPi-N-T-K 
Hyp'notism, hIP» - N - T 

zM 
Hy'po, W-Pi 
Hypoohon'dria, MP' 

Kui-It 
Hypochou'driao, liIP> 

Kud/e-K 
Hypochondri'acbal, 

hiPi-Knd-BKl 
Hypochondri'acism, 

liIP'-Knd-tf-szM 
Hypoohondri'asis, lilP>- 

Kud-Rss 
Hyposhon'drium, MPi 

Knd-R-M 
Hypoe'risy, WP'-Kr-S 
Hyp'oorite, WPS-Krt 
Hypoorit'io, hIPs-Kr-T-K. 



136 

Hypoorit'ical-ly, hIP«- 

Krt-El 
Hypogas'lrio, hlP'-G-sTr- 

E 
Hypos'tasis, ht-Ps'-Tss 
Hypostatic, hl-Ps'-Tt-K 
Hypostat'ical-ly, bi-Ps'- 

Tt-Kl 

Hypot'eneuse, hi-P'-T.Ifs 
Hypoth'ecate, hi-P'-TH- 

K-T, hiPl-TH-K-Td, hi- 

P«-TH-K-T-NG 
Hypotheoa'tion, hi-P*- 

TH-Kshn 
Hypoth'enuse, hi-P'-TH- 

Ns 
Hypoth'esis, hi-P>-THss 
Hypothet'io, w- ps - TH - 

T-K 
Hypotiefioal-ly, hi-P»- 

THt-Kl 
Hypozo'ic, M-P!-zK 
Hypped, hiPts 
Hy'son, Hb'-N 
Hys'Bop, Hs-pa or Hz-pi 
Hyste'ria, Hs-T»-« 
Hyster'ic, He Ts-if-K 
Hyster'ical, Hs-'P-U-Kl 
Hysterics, Hb-T'-R-Kb 
Hya'teron-proteron, Hs- 

T»-ie-N-Pvt-«n 
Hysterot'omy, Hs-T'-K- 

T-M 



I. 



I, the ninth letter of the 
Alphabet, is used to repre- 
sent four vowel- sounds, as 
heard In pike, pick, pique 
and sir. These sounds are 
written in Phonography as 
follows : 

i in pike — ^v-shaped diph- 
thoug-sigu iu the first po- 
sition. 

i in pick — light third- 
place dot, 

i in ptqae — heavy third- 
place dot. 

i iu sir — light second- 
place dash. 

iVote.— As commonly pro- 
nounced, there is no differ- 
ence in the sound of the 
vowels heard in sir, dirt, 
pert, curb, her, "hurt, fir, fur, 
etc., aDd they should, there- 
fore, be written with the 
same sign. 

When the diphthong- 
sound of i Is initial, as iu 
ice, eyed, ire, Ike, etc.. the 
sign may be joined, when 
convenient, to the first stem 
of the word. 



ICH 

The pronoun / id always 
written with a short tick, 
slanting invariably to the 
right. (See tick-sign for a). 
When standing alone it is 
invariably written upward. 
When joined to a following 
Pee, Bee, Tee, Dee, Chay, 
Jay, Ef, Vee, 1th, Dhee, 
En, Ing or Yay^ the tick is 
struck upward in the direc- 
tion of Bee. When joined 
to a following Eay, Gay, 
Ess, Zee, Xsh,^Zhee, Lee, 
Er, Bee, Em, Way or Hay, 
it is struck downward in 
the direction of Chay. How- 
ever, before can^ could, can- 
not and could not, the up- 
ward tick is used to pre- 
vent conflict between the 
phrases / can and I am, I 
cannot and / am not, I could 
not and /mean to. 

The phrase / Aave is writ- 
ten with the downward tick 
with the o-hook. and / will 
wita the upward tick with 
the {-hook. If care be taken , 
to always write the down- 
ward tick with the same 
slant as Chay, and the up- 
ward-tick with the slant of 
Roe, and to make the hooks 
on them shorter than the 
ticks, the signs for these 
phrases will never become 
confused. 

This abbreviated form of 
the sign for the pronoun / 
is also used, in single 
words, before Em and Lee, 
as in iambus, isle, island, 

rajnb, I-M-Bi 
lam'bic, i-M-B'-K 
lam'bioal, I-M-Bi-Kl 
lam'bus. i-M-Bb' 
I'bex, i-B'Ks 
Ibi'dem, i-B>-D-M (or S- 

Bdi-M) 
ITjis, I-Bsi 
Ica'rian, i-K-Kn^ 
loe, i-Si, l-Sti. i-Si-NG 
loe'berg, r-Si-Br-G 
loe'-blink, r-S'-Bl-NG-K 
loe'-oream, i-S'-Kr-M 
loed, i-St» 
loe'-floe, i-S>-El 
Ice'-house, i-si-Hs 
loe'lander, i-S'-Andr 
Iceland'ic, i-S>-Z^nd-E 
Ice'land-mocs, i-S'-Lnd- 

loe'-plant, i-S'-Plnt 
Ichneu'mon. K'N-Mn 
lohnog'raphy, K-N-Gr-F' 
I'ohor, iKr' 
I'chorous, iKr-S' 
llohtHyorogy, K-TH»-i-J 



ICH 

Jlchthyoph'agous, 

THi-F-tis 



K- 



Ich'thyosaur, K-THs»-K 
I'oiole, i-S>-Kl 
I'ciness, i-S'-Ns 
rcing, iSi-Na 
loon'oolasm, K'-N-Kl-zM 
Icon'oclMt, Kl-N-Kl6t 
Iconoolast'io, K - N - Kla - 

T'K 
loonog'raphy, K-N-Gr-F' 
loonorogy, K-N-Li-J 
Icosahe'drou, K-sH-Dm' 
Icter'io, K-Trs-K 
loter'ical, K-Tr^-Kl 
lo'tus, K-Tss 
I'cy, i-Si. iSi-B, I-Ssti 
I'd [contracted ftom I Aod 

oT/wouid], [-D> 
Ide'a, I-D» 
Ide'aljI-DS-L 
Ide'alism, I-DS-Zz-M 
Ide'alist, i-D^-Zst 
Ideal'ity,i-D'-£-T 
Ide^alize, i-Vi'-Lz, l-TS'- 

izd,i-Dii-Zz-NG 
Ide'ally, i-D'-i 
rdem, i-D>-M 
Iden'tioal-ly, I-DnS-T-Kl 

[i-Dts-Kl] 
Identifica'tion, i-Dnt'-I'- 

Esbn 
Ideu'ti^, I-Dnts-P, I-DntS- 

Fd, i-Dnt*-F-NG 
Iden'tity, I-Dnts-T 
Ideographic, !-Di-Grf-E 
Ideograph'ical-ly, I-D*- 

Gr-F-Kl 
Ideog'raphy, I-D>-Gr-P 
Ideorogy, vS^-L-i 
Ides, i-Dzi 
Idioo'Tasy, Si-Er-S 
Id'iooy, D8-S 
Id'iom, D8-M 
Idiomat'ic, D'-Mt-K 
Idiomat'ical-ly, D^-Mt- 

Idiopath'ie, D>-P-TH-K 
Idiop'athy, Di-P-TH 
Idiosyn'crasy, Ds»-N-Ki> 

e 

Id'iot, D'-T 
Id'iotoy, D3-T-S 
Idiot'ic, Di-T-K 
Idiot'ioal-ly, D>-T-KI 
Id'iotism, DS-T-zM 
I'dle, i-Di-L, i-Di-i-B, I- 

Di-ist 
rdleness, I-Di-L-Na 
I'dler,I-Di-i-R 
I'dle-wheel, i-Di-X-wi 
I'dly,i-Di-£ 
Id'oorase, D'-.Irs 
I'dol.i-D'-L 
Idol'ater, i-D'-itr 
Idol'atress, i-D'-£-Trs 
Idol'atrize, i-Di-i-Trz 
Idoratrous, i-D>-£-Trs 
Idol'atrously, l-Di-i-Tr- 

sZ. 



127 

Idol'atry,i-DJ-t-Tr 
rdolize, i-Di-Zz, i-Di-£zd, 

I-Di-iz-NG 
I'dolizer, i-Di-iz-B 
Ido'ueous, i-D2-Ns 
I'dyl or Id'yl, i-Di-L «r 

D8-L 
Idyl'lic,i-DS-£-K 
If>.F» 

Ig'ueous, G>-Ns 
Ignea'cent, G'-Ns-Nt 
Ignif'erouB, G-N-F»-fis 
Ig'niform, G-N-Fs-R-M 
Ignig'enouB, G-N-J*-Ns 
Ignip'otent, G-N-PS-Tnt 
Ig'nis-fatuus, G^-Ns-F-Ts 
Ignite', Gi - Kt, G ■ N - Td», 

G>-Nt-NG 
Ignit'ible, G-Nt-Bli 
Igui'tion, GS-Nshn 
IgniT'omous, G-N-V'-Ms 
Ignoljle, G-N-Bia 
Ignp'hJeaesB, G-N-Bl»-Ns 
IglfS«Sl*,G-N-B12 
Iguonffia'ioua, G» - N - M- 

IgHomin'iously, G-N-M 

Ns-La 
Ig'nominy, GS-N-M-N 
Ignora/jnus, G>-Nr-MB 
Ig'norauce, GB-Nrns 
Ig'norant, G^-Nrnt 
Ig'norantly, G-Nrnt-£s 
Ignore', G^ - Nr, G^ - Nrd, 

G«-Nr-NG 
Igua'na, Gw'-N 
Ilex, i-Z,i-Ks 
Il'iao, La-K 
Ili'acal, Li-Kl 
Il'iad, i'-D 
Il'ium, L»-M 
nk, Ls-K 
111, i' 

lUapse', £i-Ps 
Illa'CLueable, i'-Kw-Bl 
lUa'queate, i=-Kw-T, za 

Kw-Td. X2-KW-T-NG 
Illa'tion, iBlm" 
U'lative, £»-Tv 
Illaud'able, £1»-D-B1 

iVoJe. — When, in the com- 
mon English apelliiig. i 
negative is formed by pre 
fixing another syllable' 
which repeats the first 
consonant of the positive 
word, as in the words mod- 
erate — immoderate, neces- 
sary — unnecessary, legal— 
illegal, rational — irration- 
al, it becomes necessary in 
Phonography to write an 
additional consonant in 
order to prevent conflict 
between the outlines of 
the positive and negative 
words. T ^is is done in the 
cases of m and n by prefix- 
ing an M or N stem, and in 
the cases of \ and r, by the 



ILL 

Z or r-hoob. See words be- 
ginning with ill- and with 
trr-. 

Ill'-bred, i'-Brd 
lU'-breeding, Z.s.Brdc) 
lUe'gal-ly, ils-Gl 
lUegal'ity, ili-Gl-T 
lUe'galize, Xl^-Glz 
Illeglbll'ity, £13- J-Blt 
lUeg'ible-y, £12-J-B1 
Illegit'imacy, Xl''- Jt-M-s 
Illegit'imate, Xis-Jt-Mt. 
£1"-Jt-M-Td. Xis-Jt-Mt(-) 
Illegit'imately, Zl3-Jt- 

Mt-£ 

lUegitima'tlon, vfl - Jt - 

Mshn 
lU'-favored, £8-F-Vrd 
lUib'eral, £ia-Br-I, 
lUiberal'ity, il'-Br-i T 
lUib'erally, iia-Br-X 
lUio'it, £s» T 
lUic'itly, £s2-T-£ 
lUic'itnesa, £s3-T-Ns 
lUim'itable, £ls-Mt-Bl 
lUit'eracy, £ls-Tr-S 
Illit'erate, £ls-Trt 
Illit'erateness, £1«-Trt- 

Ns 
Ill'-natnre, £S-N'tr 
lU'-natured, £s-N-CHr_ 
lU'-naturedly, £« - N - 

CHrd-£ 
ni'nesa, £«-Ns 
Illog'ical-ly, £1»-J-K1 
Illog'iealness, £li-J-Kl- 

Ns 
lU'-atarred, £68-T-Ed 
lUtem'pered, £= - T - M - 

Prd 
lU'-tum, £S-T-Rn 
lUude', £»-D, £3-Dd, £3- 

D-NG 
Illume', L2-M, LS-Md, W- 

M-NG 
lUn'minable, L^-M-N-Bl 
niu'minate, L8 - M - N - T, 

L3-M-N-Td. L8-M-N-T-NG 
lUumina'tl, LS-M-N-T 
Illumina'tion, L- - M - 

Nshn 
niu'minatiTe, L« - M - N- 

Tv 
Illu'minator, L^-M-Ntr 
lUu'mine, W-Mn 
lUuminee', L>-M-N 
lUu'sion, £zhn3 
Illu'aionist, £zhn3-St 
Illu'Bive, £ss-V 
lUn'Bively, £s8-V-£ 
Illu'slvenesB, J5sS-V-Ns 
Illu'sory. £.>.! R 
lUuB'trate, £s2-Trt, Zs'- 

TrTd.£K2-TrtC) 
Illuatra'tion, £s2-TrBhn 
IlluB'trative, £s2-Tr-Tv 
Illus'trativeiy, £s2-Tr-T- 

VI 
IlluB'trator, Zs^-Trtr 
Illus'trious, Xs^-Irs 



ILL 

nius'tariously, Ls=-Tr-si 
lUuB'triousness, Le'-lrs- 

Ns 

ni-wiir, i»-i 

H'ly, Z,a-Z, 

Im'age. M-3' M-Jd», M- 

Im'agery, M-J>-R 
Imag'inable, M-Ji-N-Bl 
Imag'inary, M-Ji-Nr 
Imagina'tion, M-J^Nshn 
Imag'inatire, M-ji-Nt-v 
Imag'iiie, M-Jn^, M-Jnd', 

M-Jn»-Na 
Imag'iner, M-Ji-Nr 
Imam', M>-M 
I'man, i-MdI 
Imaum', Mi-M 
Imband', M-Bnd> 
Imbank', M-Bi-NG-K 
Imbaafc'ment, M-B>-Na- 

E-Itlnt 
ImbathB'.M-Bs.DH. M- 

B2-DHd. M-B2-DH-HQ 
':m'beoile, M-Bk8-l 
Imbecil'ity, M-B«-sL-T 
Imbed', M-Bds, M-BS-Dd, 

M-B2.D-Na 
Imbez'zle, H-B^-Zl 
Imbibe', M-Bi-B, M-BJ- 

B-p. M-Bi-B-NO V 

Imbibi'tion, M-B'-Bslin 
Imbit'ter, M-Btr», M-BS- 

Trd, M-Btr«-NG 
imbod'y, M-B'-D 
Imbold'en, M-Bl^Dn 
Imbor'der, M-Bi-Hdr 
Imbosk', M-Bi-sK 
Imbos'om, M-B<-zM, M- 

B^-zMd. M-B3-ZM-NG 
Imbow', M-B» 
Imbow'er, M-Bi-B 
Im bricate, M-Br°-Ei 
Im'bricated, M-Br»-K-Td 
Imbrica'tion, M - Br^ - 

Kstan 
Imbrogl'io, M-Br^-L 
Imbrown', M - Bm', M - 

Bnid'. M-Bru'-NG 
Imbrue', M-Brs, M-Brd», 

M-Bi-a-NG 
Imbrute', M-Brts, M-BrS- 

Td. M-Brt(-)8 
Imbue', M-B«, M-Bds, M- 

BS-NG 
Imburse', M-Btirs» 
ImbUTse'ment, M-BUt'- 

sMnt 
Imitabil'ity, M-T'-Blt 
Im'itable, M-TS-Bl 
Im'itate, M-Tt», M-T'-Td, 

Imita'tiou, M-Tslin<! 
Im'itative, M-T»-Tv 
Im'itatiyeness, M-I»-Tv- 

Ns [M-TtsiVs] 
Im'itator, M-Ttr« 
Immac'ulate, Mi-M-KU. 

See Kote under the word 
niaudaUe, 



128 
2mmaa'ulately, M-M-Klt 

-Li 

Immac'ulateness, M'-M 

Elt-Ns 
Immal'leable, M - M - X^- 

Bl 
Immana'tion, M» - M • 

Nshu 
Im'manence, Mn^-Ms 
Im'maneacy, Mn»-N-a- 
Im'maaent, Mn^Nt 
Imman'ity, M-M-N-T» 
Imman'uel, M-MN-Li 
Immask', M'-Ms-E 
Immate'rial, M-Mtr-L^ 
Immate'rially, M-Mtr-is 
Immate'rialism, M-Mtr- 

L»-zM 

Immate'rialist, M-Mtr- 

ista 
Immaterial'ity, M - Mtr- 

i'-T 
Immate'tialness, M-Mtr- 

Immature', M-Mt-B" 
Immatured', M-Mt-^d^ 
Immature'ly, M-Mt-zeia 
Immature'ness, H-Mt- 

B'-'Bn 
Immatu'rity, M-Mt-B'-T 

(or M-Mt-ftta) 
Immeas'urable-y, M-M- 

ZHr2-Bl 
Immechan'ical, M'-M- 

E-N-Kl 
Imme'diate, M - M - Df 

[Ma-Mt] 
Imme'diately, M-M-Dt>- 

L [M-Mt8-i] 

Imme'diateness, M - M - 

Dt8-Ns" 
Immed'icable, M-Md-E- 

Bia 
Immelo'dious, M-M-£>- 

Ds 
Immemo'rial-ly, M-M- 

M-RV 
Immense', M^-Ns 
Immense'ly, M-Kb-Ii» 
Immense'nesB, M^-Ns-Ns 
Immen'sity, M-Ns-T' 
Immensurabil'ity, M-M- 

N-SHl-2-Blt 

Immen'surable, M-M-N- 

SHrS-Bl 
Immen'surate, M • M - N- 

SHrta 
Immerge', M-M-s~J 
Immerse', M-«s», M-JSsts, 

M-i?s2-NG 
Immer'sion, M-i8shn' 
Immer'siouist, M-A'shn^- 

St J 

Immesh', M - M - SHS, M - 

VL-SBt', M-M-SHii-NG 
Immethod'ioal-ly, M - 

M-THdi-El 
Immethod'icalnees, M- 

M-THd>-El-N8 
Im'mtgramt, M>-Gmt 



IMP 

Im'migrate, M'- Gii, M - 

Gr-Td3. M^-Grt-NG 
Immigra'tion, W-Qraim. 

See Emigrati(m. 
Im'miuence, Mn^-Ns 
Im'mineut, Mn'-Nt 
Im'minently, Mn-Nt-L* 
Immiscibil'ity, m-Ms-B'- 

i-T 
Immis'cible, M-Ms-B'-L 
Immis'sion, M^-Mslm 
Immit', Ma-Mt, M-M-Td» 

Ma-Mt(-) 
Immlt'lgable, Ji-Mt-a- 

BIS 
Immix', M'-M-Es 
Immob'ile, M-M-BU 
Immobil'ity, M-M-Bl'-T 
Immod'erate, M-Md-iZti 
Immod'erately, M - Md- 

«t'-i 
Immod'erateuess, M - 

Md-W-Ks 
Immodera'tion, M-Md- 

Rsim' 
Immod'est, M-M-Dsti (or 

Mi-Mdst) 
Immod'estly, M-M-Dst>- 

i [M-M-Ds'-L] 
Immod'esty, M-M-Ds'-t 
Im'molate, M-its, M-Z,a- 

Td, M-£t3-NG 
Immola'tion, H-£shn> 
Im'molator, M-itr» ^ 
Immor'al-ly, M-M-Ri^ 
Immoral'ity, M-M-Bl'-T 

(or -Rlt) 
Immor'tal-ly, M-Mrti-i 
Immortal'ity, M-Mrt-Z,i- 

T 
Immor'talize, M-Mrt-£zi, 

M-MTt-Z,zd>, M-IiLrt-Z,zi- 

NQ 
Immortelle', M-M-Kts-L 
ImmovabU'ity, M-M-va- 

Bl-T 
ImmoVable-y, M-M-va- 

Bl 
Immov'ableness, M - M- 

ya-Bl-Ns [iUs] 
Immu'nity, M-M-N-T> 
Immure', M-M-R\ M-.M- 

RiV, M-M-«8-NG 
Immu'sical, M-Mz-E-La 
Immutabil'ity, M-Mt-£ia 

-T 

Immu'table-y, M-Mt-Bis 
Immu'tablenesB, M-Mt- 

Bia-Ns [iBs] 
Imp, M-PS, Mta, M-Pa-NG 
Impact', M-Pi-Et, M-Pi- 

E-Td. M-Pi-Kt-NG 
Im'paot, M-pa-Kt 
Impair', M-Pr', M-Prd', 

M Pr'-NG 
Impair'er, M-Pr'-K 
Impale', M-PS-L, M-PSL 

Ld, MPS-L-NG 
Impale'ment, u-F*-X- 

Mut 



IMP 

Impalpabirity, M-Pl-P- 

Blta 
Impal'pable-y, M-Pli-P- 

Bl 
Impal'sy, M-Pi-X-Z 
Impana'tiou, M-P'-Nslin 
Impan'el, M-pi-Nl, M-pi- 

Nld, M-Pi-Nl-SG 
Impar'adlse, M-P'-B-Ds, 

M-Pi-ii-Dst, M-P>-ie-Ds- 

NO • 
Impar'ity, M-Pi-R-T 
Impark', M-Pr'-K, M-Pr'- 

Kt, M-Pri-K-NG 
Impart', M-Prti, M-Pr'- 

Td. M-Prt(-)i 
Imparta'tion, M - Pr» - 

Tshn 
Impart'er, M-Prtri 
Impar'tlal, M-Pri-SHl 
Impartial'ity, M-Pi-i-Sfll- 

T 
Impar'tially, M-Pr'-SHl 
Impartibil'ity, M-Prt»- 

Bl-T 
Impart'ible, M-Prt'-Bl 
Impart'ment, M-Prt>-IIiit 
Impasa'able, M-Ps^-Bl 
Impass'ablenesB, M-Fs'- 

Bl-Ns 
Impassibil'ity, M-Pss-Bl- 

T 
Impaa'sible, M-Ps>-BI 
Impas'sibleness, JU-Ps'- 

Bl-Ns 
Impas'sion, M-Fsliii' 
Impas'Gionate, JH-P^SS- 

Kt. See Impassioned, 
Impas'sioned, M-Fsbn<- 

D. See Impassionate, 
Impas'sire, M-Ps'-Y 
Impas'siTely, M-Ps>-T-£ 
Impassiv'ity, M-Pbs-V-T 
Impas'siveuess, M-Ps>- 

V-Ns 
Impasta'tion, M - Ps' 

Tshn 
Impaste', M-Psf^, M-Ps^- 

Td, M-Ps2-NG 
Impat'ible, M-Pi-T-Bl 
Impa'tience, M-ps-SHiis 
Impa'tient, M-F^-SBut 
Impa'tiently , M-Pi'-.SHnt- 

£ 
Impat'ronize, M-P'-Tr- 

Nz 
Impawn', M-Pni, M-Pn'- 

D, M-Pni-NG 
Impeach', M-ps-CH, M- 

P8-CHt, M-Pa-CH-NG 
Impeacn'able, M-P»-CH- 

Bl 
Impeach'er, M-P'-CHr 
Impeach'mentj M - P° - 

CH-Mnt 
Impearl', M-P2-iJl, M-P2- 

/2Id. M-pa-iJl-NG 
Impecsabil'ity, M-P'-K- 

Blt 
Impec'cable, M-F^-E-BI 



129 

limpeo'oaney, M-SfS-En-S 
Impecunios'ity, Jt-pi-K- 

Nb-T 
Impecun'ious, M-P'-K- 

Ns 
Impede', M-P''-D ir-pa- 

Dd. M-PS-D-NG 
Imped'imeixt, M-P°-D 

Hnt 
Imped'itive, M-P'-D-Tv 
Impel', M-pa-L, M-P>-Ld, 

N-pa-L-NG 
Impel'lent, U-T^-Lnt 
Impel'ler, M-P^-i-R 
Impel'ling, M-P^-L-NG 
Itnpen', M-FnSi 
Impend', M-Pn'-D, II- 

Pna-Dd, M-Pn2-D-NG 
Impend'ence, M-Pn'-Dns 
Impend'ency, M-Pn^-Dn- 

S 
Impend'ent, M-Pn^-Dni 
Impend'ing, M-Pns-D-NG 
Impenetrabil'ity, M-pi 

N-Tr-Blt 
Impen'etrable-y, M - ps- 

N-Tr-Bl 
Impen'etrablenesB, M 

P2-N-Tr-Bl-N8 :;B8] 
Impen'ltence, M - pa - N- 

Tns 
Impen'itency, M - Ps - N- 

Tn-S 
Impen'itent, M-pa-N-Tnt 
Impen'itently, M -pi -N 

Tnt-L 
Imper'ative, M-Prt^-V 
Imper'atively, M-Prt^-V- 

i 
Imper'ator, M-P^-Ktr 
ImperceiT'able, M-Prs'- 

V-Bl 
Imperceptibil'ity, M - 

Prea-Ft-Blt 
Impercep'tible-y, M - 

Frea-Pt-Bl 
Impercep'tiblenesB, M- 

Prs"-Pt-Bl-Ns tiBs] 
Imperceptive, M - Frs>- 

Ft-V 
ImperTeot, M-Prfs-Kt 
Imperfec'tion, M - PrP - 

Eslin 
Imper'feotly, M-Prfs-Kt- 

L 
Imper'fectness, M - Frf»- 

Et-Ns 
Imper'forable, M-Frf -ii- 

Bl 
Imper'forate, M-Prf^-Ht 
Imperfora'tion, M - Prf '^- 

£shn 
Impe'rial, M-P'-Sl 
Impe'rialist, M-F^-iilst 
Imperial'lty, M-Pi-Kl-T 
Impe'rially, M-P«-iJl 
Imper'il, M-Ps-ai, M-P^- 

«ld. M-P=-ai-NG 
Impe'rious, M-P»-Ke 
Impe'riously, M-f-Ba-I, 



IMP 

Impe'riousness, M-P^-iSi 

-Ns 
Imper'isliable, M-p:-iS- 

SH-Bl 

Imper'manenoe, M-Pr^- 

Mn-Ns 
Impermeabil'ity, M-Pr^- 

M-Bl-T 
Imper'meable, M-Pr^-M- 

Bl 
Impersonal-ly, m - Prs^- 

Nl 
Impersonal'ity, M-Fis'- 

m-T 

Imper'Bonate, H-Prss-Nt, 

M-Pra2-N-Td, M-Prs2-Nt- 

NO 
Impersona'tion, M-Prs^- 

Nshn 
Imperaonifica'tion, M- 

Pr»-8N-F-Eshn 
Imperspicn'ity, M-Prs'- 

P-E-T 
Imperspic'uous, M-Prs^- 

P-Es 
Impersua'sible, M - Pr' - 

eW2-B(-L) 

Imper'tinence, M-pi-i2t- 

Nss 
Imper'tinency, M-P^-iit- 

Kn-S 
Imper'tinent, M - P= - Bt- 

Nnt 
Imper'tinently, M-ps- 

Bt-Nnt-L 
Imperturbabil'ity, H - 

Frts-B-B-Blt 
Impertur'bable, M-Pri?- 

BB-Bl 
ImpertuTba'tion, H - 

Prts-U-Bshn - 
Imper'Tiable, M - Pr^ - v- 

Bl 
Imper'vious, M-Pr^-Vs 
Impe]:'Tiously, M-Pr'-Ys 

-li 
Imper'ylousneas, M-Fr*- 

Ys-Ns 
Im'petrate, M-P«-Trt 
Impetra'tion, M - p: - 

Trehn 
Impetuos'ity, M-pi-CH- 

bT 
Impet'uous, M-P^-CHs 
Impet'uouBly, M-P^CH- 

si - 
Impet'uoosnesB, M - p:- 
■ CHs-Ns 

Im'petus, M-F'-Ts 
Im'pbee, M-rs 
Impieroe', M-Ps-Bs 
Impi'ety, M-pi-T 
Impinge', M - Pns - J, M- 

Pna-Jd, M-Pn3-J-NG 
Impinge'ment, M-Pn'-J 

Mnt 
Im'pious, MrPs^ 
Im'piously , TVI -P8-S1 
Im'piouBnesB, M-Pe'-'Sa 
Imp'ish, M-PS-SH 



IMP 

Implacabil'ity, m-P1»-k- 

Blt 
Impla'oBlDle-y, m-pis-k- 

Bl 
Impla'cableness, M-Fis- 

K-Bl-Ns [iBs] 
Implant', M-Ptnti, M-PIni 

-Td. M-Plnti.HG 
Implanta'tion, M-Fln^- 

Tshn 
Implau'sible, M-Flzi-El 
Implau'sibleness, M - 

Plz>-Bl-Ns 
Implead', M-Pld', M-P1»- 

Dd, M-Piac)> 
Implead'er, M-PP-Dr 
Im'plement, M-Pl^-Mnt 
Imple'tion, H-PlBhii'> 
Im'plex, M-P13-K8 
Im'pllcate, M-Pl»-Kt, M- 

Pia-K-Td. M-P13-Kt-Na 
ImpUca'tion, U - Pi' - 

Eslin 
Im'plicatire, M-Pl'-Kt-v 
Im'pUcatively, M-PF-Kt- 

\-L 
Implicit, M-Plsn-T 
Implicitly, M-Pls»-T-X 
Implicitness, U-Pls'-T- 

Ns 
Impli'edly, M-Pli-D-Z 
Implora'tion, M - PI' - 

Bshn 
Implore', M-Pis-R, M-P1«- 

Bd, M-Pia-K-NG 
Implor'er, M-Pl'-Br 
Implor'ingly, M-Pl'-ie- 

NGl 
Implum'ed, M-Pl'-Hd 
Implu'mous, M-Pl'-Ms 
Implu'Tium, M-Pl'-V-M 
Imply', M - Pli, M-Pldi, 

M-Pli-NG 
Impoi'son, M-Pz>-N, M- 

Pzi-Nd, M-Pzi-N-NG 
Impol'ioy, M-P'-i-S 
Impolite', M-pi-it 
Impolite'ly, M-P>-£t-i 
Impolite'ness, M-pi-it- 

Impol'itlo, M-P1>-T-K 
Impol'itlcly, M-Pl'-T-KI 
Imponderability, M-pa- 

N-Dr-Blt 
Impon'derable, M-F>-N- 

Dr-Bl 
Impon'derableness, M- 

pi-N-Dr!B8 
Impon'derous, M-pi-N- 

Drs 
Imporos'ity, M-pi-2te-T 
Impo'rous, M-S'-Bs 
Import', M-Prts, M-PrS- 

Td, M-Prt(-)' 
Im'port, M-PrtJ> 
Import'able, M-Prts-Bl 
Impor'tanue, M-Pr'-Tns 

[M-Prf] "' 

Impor'tant, M-Pr'-Xnt 

[M-Prti3 



130 

Impor'tantly, M-Pr>-Tnt- 

L CM-Prtiii] 
Importa'tion, M - Fr' 

Iiihn 
Import'er, M-Prtr' 
Import'unacy, M-P^Bt- 

N-8 
Import'unate, M-pi-Bt- 

Nt 
Import'unately, M-Pi-iit 

-Nt-L 
Import'unateness, H-pi 

JSt-St-Ks 
Importune', M-P«-B-Tn, 

M-P»-B-Tnd, M-P»-B-Tji- 

NG 
Importu'ner, M-P'-iM- 

Nr 
Im'portunity, M-P»-St- 

Nt 
Impos'able, M-Pz«-Bl 
Impose', M-Pzs, M-Pzds, 

M-PzS-NG 
Impos'er, M-Ps-Zr 
Impos'ing, M-Pz8-NG 
Impos'ingly, M-Pz»-NG1 
Impos'ing-stone, M-Pz^ 

NG-sTn ' 
Imposi'tion, 1i-Tzihn» 
Impossibil'ity, M-Ps'i-Bl- 

T(-BIt) 

Impos'sible, M - Psi - Bl 

[M-Ps'] 
Im'post, M-Pst' 
Impost'numate, M - Fs^ - 

T-Mt, M-Ps'-T-M-Td, M- 

Ps>-T-Mt(-) 
Imposthuma'tion, M- 

Ps»-T-Mslm 
Impost'liume, M-Psi-T- 

M 
Impos'tor, M-Pstr' 
Impos'torship, M-Pstr' 

!SH 
Impost'ure, M-P'-sCHr 
Im'potence, M-P'-Tiib 
Im'potency, M-PS-Tn-S 
Im'potent, M-ps-Tnt 
Im'potently, M-pa-Tnt-L 
Impound', M-Pn'-D. M- 

Pn>-Dd. M-Pni-D-NQ 
Impound'er, M-Pndri 
ImpoT'erish, M - Fvi - B - 

HH. M-Pvi-i8-SHt, M-Pvi- 

B-SH-NG 
Impov'eriBher, M-Pyi-it- 

SHr 
ImpoT'erishment, M - 

PTi-«-SH-Mnt 
Impracticabil'ity, M - 

Pr8-K-T-K-Blt [M-Fr»- 

K-Blt] 
ImpraCticable-y, M-PrL 

K-T-K-Bl [M-Pr>-K-Bl] 
ImpraCtioableness, M- 

Pr'-KSBs 
Im'precate, M-Pr»-Kt. M- 

Pi-s-K-Td, M-Pra-Kt-NG 
Impreca'tion, M - Pr^ - 

Eshn 



IMP 

Im'precatory, M-Prs-K- 

'£-U 
Impreois'ion, M-Piezhn^ 
Impregn', M-Pm^ 
Impreg'nable-y, M-Pr^- 

G-N-Bl 
Impreg'nate, M - Pr' - G - 

Nt, M-Pr2-G-N-Td, M-Pr2- 

G-Nt-NG 
Impregna'tiou, M-Fr^6- 

Kshn 
Imprescrip'tible, M-Pr^- 

sKr-Pt-Bl 
Impress', M - Pra", M - 

Prst!, M-Prs'-NG 
Im'press, M-Prs' 
Lnpressibirity, M-Prs^- 

Blt 
Impress'ible, M-Prs»-BI 
Impres'siou, M-Prshn^ 
Impres'sionable, M ' 

Prshns-B L 
Impress'ive, M-Prs^-v 
Impress'iTely, M-Prs^-V. 

i 
Impress'ireness, M-Pre^ 

-V-Ks 

Impress'ment, M-Pr^ 

sMnt 
Impress'ure, M-Pr^-SHr 
Im'prest, M-Prsf 
Imprest', M-Frsts, M-Prs^- 

Td, M-PrsS-T-NG 
Imprima'tur, M-Prs-Mtr 
Impn'mis, MFr'-Ms 
Im'print, M-Prnta 
Imprinf, M-Pmt'. M- 

Prns-Td, M-Prnta-NG 
Impris'on, M-Prz'-N. M- 

Prz»-Nd. M-Prz8-K-NG 
Impris'onment, M-Prz'- 

N-Mnt 
Improbability, MPrS- 

B-Blt 
Improb'able-y, M - Pr' - 

B-Bl [M-Fr»-B] 
Improb'ity, M-Pri-B-T 
Improfl'cieuce, M-Pi-s- 

Pehns 
Improfl'oienoy, M-Pr^- 

Fshn-S 
Improlif io, M-Pr»-Z-F-K 
Impromp'tu, M-Pr>-M-T 
Improp'er, M-Pr' Pr 
Improp'erly, M-Pr'-Pr-i 
Impro'priate, M-Pr'-Pr- 

T, M-PrSPr-Td, M-PrS- 

PrtC) 
Impropna'tion, M-Pr-- 

Prahn 
Impro'priator, M - Pr^- 

Prtr 
Impropri'ety, M-Pr'-Pr- 

T 
Improvabil'ity, M-Prvs- 

B-it 
ImproT'able, M-Prr'-B] 

Improve'ableness, H- 
Prv«SBa 



IMP 

Improve', M - Prv', M - 

Prvd", M-PrT»-NG 
ImpTove'ment, M - Prv'- 

Mnt 
Improv'er, MPrS-Vr 
ImprOT'idence, M-Pry>- 

DU8 

Improv'ident, Jl - Prvi - 

Dut-L 
ImproT'isate, M-Pr'-Vs- 

T, M-Pr>-Vs-Td, M-Pr>- 

Vs-T-NG 
Improvisa'tion, K - Pr^ - 

Vsfiftw 
Improvisato're, M - Pr^ - 

Vz-T-« 
Improvisatri'ce, M-Prv'- 

Z-Tr-CH 
Improvise', M-Pr'-Vz, M- 

Pr'-Vzd. M-Pri-Vz-NG 
Improvis'er, M-Pr'-V-Zr 
Impru'dence, M-Prs-Dns 
Impru'dent, M-Pr^-Dnt 
Impru'dently, M - Pr« ■ 

Dnt-L 
Impu'berty, iH-P-BrS-T 
Im'pndence. M-P"-Dns 
Im'pudent, M-P» Dnt 
Im'pudently, M-P»Dnt 

L 
Impudio'ity, M-ps-Ds-T 
Impugn', M-Pn« M-Pn'- 

D, M-Pns-NG . 
Impugn'able, M-PS-N-Bl 
Impu^n'er, M-P»-Nr 
Impu'issaut, M-Fs^-Nt 
Im'pulse, M-P'-Ls 
Impul'sion, M-V-Lslm 
Impul'sive, M-P^-Ls-V 
Impul'aively, M - P^ - Ls- 

VI 
Impu'nity, M-P'-N-T 
Impure', M-F'-R: See 

"Pure. 
Impure'ly, M-P»-B1 
Impure'ness, M-p^-S-Ns 
Impu'rity, M-P»-ie-T 
Impur'ple, M-PrS-Pl, M- 

Prii-Pia. M-Pr»-Pl-NG 
Imputabil'ity, M-P'-T- 

Blt 
Imput'able, M-P'-T-Bl 
Imput'ableness, M-ps-T- 

Bl-Ns [M-Pt^iBs: 
Imputa'tion, M-P'-Tshn 
Imput'ative, M-P'-T-Tv 
Impufatlvely, M-pa-T- 

T-Vl 
Impute', M-Pt', M-P'-Td, 

M ps-T-NG 
Imput'er, M-Ptr* 
Imputres'cible, M-F^- 

Trs-Bl 
In, N» 
Inabil'ity, TS-b^-l-t (or 

-it) 
Inaooessibil'ity, N-Kss- 

B'-Lt , 
InaccesB'ibleness, N - 

Kss-B^i-Ns 



181 

Inacoess'ible, n-Ksb-Bs- 

I. 
Inaooess'ibly, K-KbsB»- 

L 
Inao'ouracy,N-K-fi' S 
Inao'curate, N-K-Kti 
Inaccurately, N-K-iSt'-i 
Inao'tion, Ni-Eshn 
Inactive, N-Kt-yi 
Inactively, N-Kt-V'-£ 
Inaotiv'ity, N-Kt-V8-T 
Inad'equacy, N-D'-Kw-S 
Inad'equate, N-Di-Kwt 
Inad'quately, N-Di-Kwt- 

L 
Inad'quateness, N - D^ - 

Kwl-Ns 
Inadtier'ent, N-D'-Hrnt 
Inadhe'sion, N-D^'-Hzbn 
Inadhe'sive, N-D'-Hs-V 
Inadmissibil'ity, N-D»- 

Ms-B-it 
Inadmis'sible, N-D'-Mb- 

B<-L) 
Inadvert'enoe, N-DS-Vr- 

Tns 
Inadvert'enoy, N-DS-Vr- 

Tn-S 
Inadvert'ent, N-DS-Vr 

Tnt 
Inadvert'ently, N-D^-Vr- 

Tnt-L 
InoQbbil'ity, N-r»Bl-T 
Inaf fable, N-F>-B1 
Inal'ienable-y, N-i»-N- 

Bl 
Inal'ienablenesa, TS-L'- 

N-BI-Nb [orSBs] 
Inamora'ta, N-M-fl»-T5, 
Inamora'to, N-M-fii-T6 
In-and-in, Nn»-N 
Inane', N^-N 
Inan'imate, N-N-M-Ti 
Inan'imateness, N-N-M- 

T'-Ns 
Inanima'tion, N^ - N - 

HBlin 
Inani'tion, Ns-Nshn 
Inau'ity, N-N-T' 
Inap'petenoe, n-P'-Tdb 
Inap'petenoy, N-pi-Tn-s 
Inapplioabil'ity, TS-FV- 
■ K-Blt 
Inap'plioable, N-P1>-K- 

Bl 
Inap'plicableness, N - 

Fli-KiBs 
Ihapplica'tion, N - PI2 - 

Eshn 
Inap'poslte, N-Pz>-T 
Inapre'ciable, N-Frs-SH- 

Bl 
lapprehen'sible, N-Pr^- 

NsB-L 
Inapprehen'aive, H-Pr^- 

Ns-V 
Inapproaoh'able, N-Fr-- 

CH-Bl 
Inappro'priate, N-Pr^- 

Fr-T 



INC 

Inappro'priateness, K- 

Pia-Pr-T-No 
Inapt', N-Pti 
Inapt'itude, U-Pt'-Td 
Inapt'ness, n-P'-t-Nb 
Inar'able, N-Ki-Bl 
Inarob', N-fl' CH, N-fii- 

CHt, N-Hi-CH-NG 
Inarticulate, Nr-T'-Klt 
Inarticulately, Nr - T» - 

Klt-L 
InartiCuIatene8s,NT-T3. 

KU-Ns 
Inarticula'tion, Nr-TS- 

Klshn 
Inartifl'oial, Nrt-F'-SHl 
Inartifi'cially, Nrt-F^- 

sm 

Inasmuch', nzM-CH' 
Inatten'tion, N-T^-Nshn 
Ihatten'tive, N-Tnt«-V • 
Inatten'tively, N-Tnt'- 

V-Z 
Inaud'jble-y, N-D»-E1 
Inau'gural, NG-TJU 
Inau'gurate, N-G-iJt', N- 

G-iJ'-Td, N-G-Btl-NG 

luaugura'tion, N - G - 

JSslin" 
Inau'guratory, N-G-fli- 

T-/8 
Inauspi'cious, Ns-ps-SHa 
Inauspi'ciously, Ns-P^ 

SHs-Z, 
Inauapi'ciousness, Ns- 

P»-SHs-Ns 
Inbe'ing, N-Ba NG 
In'bord, N-Ba-Bd 
In'born, N-B»-iEn • 
Inbreathe', N-Br'DH, N- 

Br»-DHd, NBr»-DH-Na 
In'bred, N-Brd» 
Inbreed', N-Brd'. N- 

■ Brd(-)» 
lu'oa, N'-K 
Incase', N-K-Js 
InoaPculable, N-Kl-Kl- 

Bli 
Incales'oenoe, lt-K-Ls~ 

Nb 
Incales'oenoy, N-K-Zs^- 

N-S 

Inoales'oent, N-K-is=-Nt 
Incandes'cence, N-Knd- 

Sdbs 
Inoandes'cent, N-Knd- 

Siit« 
Incanta'tion, N-En-Tsbn° 
Incant'atory, N-Knt-T'-a 
Incapabil'ity, N-K-ps-Bl- 

T [N-K-Bltsj 
IncB'pable-y, N-K-P^-Bl 

[N-K-Bl!] 
Inca'pableness, N-E-P^ 

Bl-Ns rN-K-Pa;B8] 
Inoapac'itate, N-K-Fs'- 

Tt, NE-Psi-T-Td, N-E- 

Ps<-Tt(-) 
Incapacita'tion, N-E-Fs' 

Tslm 



mc 

InoapBO'ity, N-K-Ps>-T 
Incar'cerate, NKr-sBt', 

N-Kr-s«>-Td, NKr-sHti- 

NG 
iBoareera'tion, N - Kr- 

Incai'iiate, N'-Kr-Nt, N- 
Kr-N-Tdi Ni-Kr-Nt-NG 

Incama'tion, N^ - Kr 
NBhn 

Incac'natiTe, N-Kr-Nt-V 

Incase', n'-Es, N^-Est, 

N2-ES NG , 
IncaBe'ment, N^-E-sMnt 
Inoask', Ni-Es-K 
lucatena'tion, N» - Kt - 

Nshn 
Incau'tion, N'-Eshn 
Incau'tious, N-E-SHsi 
Incau'tiously, N-E-SHe> 
* Z 
Incau'tlousnesB, X - E 

SHs>-Ns 
In'cavated, N-E-vs-Td 
Incaya'tion, N-E-Vb1iii» 
Incen'diarism, Ns-N-D^ 

Jlz-M 
Incen'diary, Ns-N-DS-R 
lu'cense, ITss-Nb, Ns^-Kst, 

Nss-Ns-NG 
Incense', Ns»-Ns, Ns^-Nst, 

N8»-Nb-NG 
Incense'ment, Nb^-Nb- 

Mnt 
Incen'sion, Ns'-NBlin 
Incen'siTe, Ns-Ns-V 
Incen'tive, Hs-Nt-ya 
InOep'tion, Ns-Pshn^ 
Tncep'tive, Ns-Pt^-V 
Incera'tion, Ns-Rshn' 
Incer'titude, Ns-ie^-Td 
Inces'sancy, Nss-N-S^ 
Inces'sant, NsBS-Nt 
Inces'aantly, Nss-Nt-Ii> 
In'cest, N6B-T*. 
Incest'uous, Nss-T»-S 
Incest'uouBly, Nss-T^-Sl 
Incest'uousness, Nsb-T^- 

S-Nb 
Inch, N-CHs 
Inchas'tity, N-chi-bT-T 
Inch'meal, N-CHa-M-i 
In'choate, N-E-Ts 
V Inohoa'tion, N-E-SHn» 
Inoho'ative, N-E-Tt* 
In'cidence, Nb-Ddb' 
In'cident, N8-Dnt« 
Incidental-ly, NB-Dnts-L 
Incin'erate, Nb-N-ZM*. Hs- 

N-fla-Td. Ns-N-iJt8-NG 
lucinera'tion, N a - N - 

Incip'ience, Ns-Pns» 
Inoip'iency, Ns-Pns-S 
Incip'ient, Nb-PdI* 
Inoip'iently, Ns-Pnt'-L 
Incircumspec'tion, Ns- 

/J>!BP-EBhn 
Incise', Nb-Z>, N«-Zd», Ns- 

Zi-NG 



' 133 

Incis'ion, TSBzhv^ 
Inci'sive, Nss-vi 
Inci'BOT, N-Sz'-B 
Inoi'sory, N-Sb'-JJ 
Inois'uro, N-SS-ZHr 
Inci'tant, Ns-Tnt' 
Incita'tion, Nb-Tb1ui! 
Incite', Nb-T' Ns-Tdi, Ns- 

Ti-NS 
Incite'ment, NB-Ti-Mnt 
Incit'er, N-sTri 
Incit'ingly, Nb-T1-NG1 
Inoivil'fly, Hs-y»-i-T 
InolT'ism, Nb-Vs-zM 
Inclasp', N-EIs-Pi, N-E1b- 

Pt», N-Els-Pi-NG 
In'cle, NG»-E1 
Inclem'ency, N - El - Mn- 

Inolem'ent, Ns-El-Mnt 
Inolin'able, H-E1-N-B1« 
Inclina'tion, N^-El-Nshn 
Inelin'atory, N-Eln-Ti-H 
Incline', N>-Eln, Hi-Elnd, 

Ni-EIn-NG 
Inolin'er, Ni-El-Nr 
Inclois'ter, N'-ElBtr 
Inclose', N!-Elz. N'-Elzd, 

NS-Elz-NG 
Inclos'er, N-El-zE2 
Inclos'ure, N-El-ZHr^ 
Incloud', N»-Kld 
Include', Ns-Eld, N-Kl- 

DdS, NS-Eld-NG 
Ihclu'sion, N'-Elzhn 
Inclu'sive, N-EIs-V 
Inclu'sively, N-Els-V'-i 
Incoag'ulable, N-E-Gl- 

Bli 
Incog', N'-E-G 
Incog'itant, N-E-J>-Tnt 
Incog'itatiTe, N-E-Jt»- 

Tt 
Incog'itance, N-E-JI-Tub 
Incog'itancy, N-E-Ji-Tn- 

S 
Inoog'nito, N-E-G-N-Ti 
Incogtiizable, K:Kz-B' 
^ (-L) 

Incoher'ence, N'-E-Hms 
Inooher'ency, N-E-Hm- 

83 

Incoher'ent, N»-E-Hmt 
Inooher'ently, N-E-Hmt 

■L' 
Incoin'cident, N-E-Nb- 

Dnta 
Incombustibil'ity, N ! 

BB«-T-Bl-T(or-Blt). 

See temarkB under Ctm- 
Incombus'tible, NtBsi^-T 

-Bl 
Inoombus'tibleness, N! 

BsS-T-BI-Nb [SBb] 
In'oome, N'-E-M 
In'coming, Ns-E-M-NG 
In Oommen'dam, K^tN- 

D-M 
Incommensurabil'ity, 

N :K-SHr»-Bl-T (or -Bit) 



mo 

lucommen'surable, K< 

N-SHr2-Bl 
Incoznmen'surableness 

N:N-SHr2iBB 
Incommen'surate, N :II- 

SHrt^ 
Incommode', 'S'.D', N! 

Dda, N !J)S-NG 
Incommo'dious, N iD^-S 
Incommo'diously, N iD^ 

-SI 
Incomnio'diousness,N ! 

D«-8-Ns 
Incommnnicabil'ity, 

NiN-E-B18-T 
Incommu'uicable-y, 

NiN-E-Bia 
lucommu'nicableness, 

N :N-E-Bl»-Ns 
Incommu'nicatire, N :N 

-Et-V» 
Incommutabil'ity, IT : 

Mt-Bl»-T 
Incommut'able-y, N : 

Mt-Bia 
Incommut'ableneSB, N : 

Mt-Bia-Ns 
Incompact', IT iP'-Et 
Incompac'ted, NSF^-E- 

Td 
tdcom'parable-y, n;p»- 

iJ-Bl 
Incom'parablen^ss, N! 

pi-ij-Bl-NB 
Incompas'sionate, K! 

PBhn>-T 
Incompas'sionately, N i 

Pshni-T-i 
Incompas'sionateness, 
- N!Pslini-T-NB 
Incompatibility, N iPt'- 

Bl-T (OT-Blt) 
lucompat'ible-y, N !PP- 

Bl 
Incom'petence, N!P'- 

Tdb 
Incom'petency, NSP"- 

Tn-S 
Incom'petent, N iP'-Tnt 
Inoom'petently, N!Pi- 

Tnt-L 
Incomplete', N -.PW 
Incompletely, N :PIts-i 
Incomplete'ness, N iPlta 

-Ns 
lucomple'tion, N ;Pl6lm3 
Incomplex', N iPl^-Es 
Incompli'able, N :PI'-B1 
Incompli'ance, NtPlns^ 
Incompli'ant, N:Flnti 
Incompos'ite, N:Pzi-T/ 
Incomprehensibil'ity, 

NiPr"-Ns-B-i-T 
Incomprehen'sible, . N: 

PrS-NB-Bl 
lucomprehen'siblenesa 

NiPrS-NB-B-i-Ns [N: 

Prnes i Bs] 
IncompTehen'sibly, N! 

PrS-Ns-B-£ 



INC 

Inoomprelien'sive, N i 

Pr«-Ss-Y 
Incompressibirity, K'. 

Prs»-B1.T 
Inoompress'ible, KiPrs-- 

Bl 
Ineompufable, N '.Pt'- 

Bl 
Inconceal'able, N!si.>- 

Bl 
Inconceivabil'ity, NisV^ 

-BI-T 
XnconoeiT'able-y, NisV 

-Bl 
InconceiVableuess, N 

1sV3-Bl-Ns 
Inooncin'mty, N!sN-T' 
Inoonclu'siye, N!Kls-V3 
luoonclu'siTely, NiEls- 

IncoucIu'siTeness, N 

iEls-Vii-Ns 
tnooncoo'tion, N:K'-k- 

KBhn - 
Inconcus'sible, N ! Es- 

BI» 
Inconden'sable, K !D>- 

Nne-Bl 
Inoon'dite,N:Dti 
Inconform'ity, NiF>-E- 

M-T [N :ri-T] 
Incongearable, NiJ'-Z- 

Bl 
Incongeal'ableness, N! 

J3-L-B1-N8 
Inconge'nial, N ! J'-Nl 
Incon'gruenoe, N : Gr'- 

Ns 
Inoon'gruent, N : Gri-Nt 
InoongTu'ity, Sf: Gr-T' 
Incon'gruous, N:6t-S> 
Incon'gruously, N: Gr- 

Sli 
Incon'scionable, N ! SH>- 

N^Bl 
Incon'aequence, m: 

8Kwn8> lor Ni-sEwns] 
tncon'sequent, N: 

sEwnti [Nsi-Kwnt] 
[nconsequen'tial, N: 
. SEW-N-SH12 

Enconsid'erable-y, nsDr^ 
,-Bl 
tnconsld'erableness, 

nsDris-Bl-Ns 
Inconsid'erate, nsDi^-T 
tnoonsid'erately, nsDr»- 
^T-i - 
Inconsid'erateness, 

nsDi«-T-Ns 
Inconsidera'tion, 

nsDrshnS 
InconsiBt'ence, N :sslns' 

[N8S-TD6»] 

Inconsist'enoy, N : BsTn«- 

S [Nss-TnU-S] 
tnconsist'ent, N! ssTnt^ 
^ CNss-Tnt«] 
mconsist'ently.Ni ssTuts 

-L [Nss-Tnt»-L] 



133 

inoonsorable-y, NiaC- 

Bl 
Incon'sonance, N :sKsi 
Incon'sonanoy, N rsN-N- 

8' 
Inconsplc'uous, N!sP'- 

E-S 
Inoon'stanoy, N isTn'-S 
Incou'stant, N isTnt' 
Inoon'stantly, N isTnt-L' 
Inconsum'able, N isM- 

Bis 
Inconsum'mate, B' isMt^ 
Incontest'able-y, NiTe^ 
. -Bl ' » 

Incontig'nous, N iT^-G-S 
Incou'tineuce, N STu'- 

Ks 
Inoon'tineuoy, N ! Tn'-N- 

S 
Inoon'tinent, N STni-Nt 
Incon'tinently, N '.Tn'- 

Nt-i; 
Inoontrollable-y, N i 

Tr»-i,-Bl 
Inoontrovert'ible-y, 

N!Tr2-Vrt-Bl 
Ijaoouven'ience, N:Vn^ 

Ns 
Inoonven'iency, N :Vn'- 

N-S 
Inoonven'ient, N : Vus- 

Nt 
Inoonven'iently, lI:Vn' 

Nt-L 
Inoonvers'able, N :Vrs?- 

Bl 
InoonTertibil'ity, N i 

Vrt»-Bl-T 
Inoonirert'iblenesB, N: 

Vrt=-Bl-Ns 
Inoonvin'oible-y, N iV- 

Ns-bl 
Inoor'poral, N-Er-Pr'-L. 

See Incorpffreal, 
Xnoor'porate, N-Kr-Prt', 

N-Kr-Pr>-Tcl, N-Kr- 

PrtC)> 
Incorpora'tion, H - Kr - 

Prshns 
Ineorpo'real-ly, N-Er- 

P2-JB1. See Incorporal. 
Inoorpore'ity, N-Er-P'- 

fl-T 
Incorrect', N-Kr-E-T« 
Incorrect'ly, N-Kr-K-T»- 

L 
Ineorreofnesa, N-Er-E- 

TS-Ns 
Inoorrigibil'ity, N-Er-J' 

-Bl-T 
Inoor'rigible-y.N-Er-J'- 

Bl 
Incor'rigibleness, N-Er- 

Ji-Bl-Ns 
Incorrupt', N-Er-Pt« 
Incorruptibil'ity, S-Kt- 

Pts-Blt 
Inoorrupt'ible, N-Er-Pts 

-Bl 



INC 

Incorrupt'ibleness, N- 

Er-Pts-Bl-Ns 
Incorrup'tion, N - Er 

Pshn- 
Inoorrupt'ive, H-Er-Pts. 

V 
Incorrupt'ness, N-Er-Pts 

■Ns 
Inoras'sate, N-Krs-T', N- 

Ers-Td', N-Ers-T"-NG 
Incrassa'tion, in-jitaslm' 
Inoraa'sative, N-Ers-Tv' 
Increas'able, N-Ers-Blis 
Increase'^ N'-Krs, N»- 

Erst, HS-Ers-NG 
In'crease, TH'-Kvb 
In'oreate^ ,N-Er-T" 
In'created, N-Er-Td' 
Inoredibil'ity, N-Ep-D»- 

Blt 
Inored'ible-y, N-Er-DS- 

Bl 
Incred'ibleness, N-Er- 

D2-B1-NS 
Incredulity, N-Kr-D'-£- 

T- 
Incred'ulous, N-Er-D»- 

Ls 
Incred'ulousnesB, N-Ei- 

D'-iB-Ns 
In'crement, N^-Er-Mnt 
Increpa'tion, N-Er-PshnS 
Inores'cent, N^-Ers-Nt 
Inorust', N^-Eret, N-Ers- 

Ta=, N-Kr8tC)2 
Incrusta'tion, H - Ers - 

Tshii2 , 

In'oubate, N-K-Bfr, N-E- 

B»-Ta, N-E-Bt(-)» 
Incuba'tion, K-E-Bsluii 
In'cubus, N-E-Bes 
Incul'cate, N - Kl - E - T» 

N-Kl-K-Tcl2. N-El-TZ-NG 
Inculca'tion, N«-El-Kslm 
Incul'pable, N-Kl-PS^Bl 
Inoul'pate, N-El-Pta, u- 

El-pa-Td. N-El-Pt(-)« 
Inculpa'tion, N-El-Pslm» 
Inoul'patory, N-El-ps-T- 

B 
IncumTjency, NSBn'-s. 

See remarks under Cmn- 
Inoum'bent, N !Bnt2 
Inonm'ber, N!Br2, Ni 

Brd2, KiBr^-NG 
Incum'brancerN :Bnis2 
Incur", N2-Kr, N2-Erd. N*- 

Er-NG 
Inour'ability, N-Er-BI'- 

T 
Inour'able-y, N-Kr-Bl' 
Incur'ableness, N-Er-Bis 

■Ns 
Incurios'ity, N-K-Ks<-T 
Incu'rious, N-K-Ass 
Incu'riously, TS-K-R'-sL 
Incu'riousneSB, N-E-iigs- 

Ns 
Incur'Blon, N*-Krslm 
Incur'sive, N-Kr-sV» 



INC 

IncuTT'ate, N-Kr-Vt', N- 

Kr-V2-Td, N-Kr-Vt(-)« 
Incunra'tion, N-Er- 

Vshn' 
Incurve', N'-Krv, N^- 

Krvd.NS-Krv-NG 
Incurv'ity, NKr-V>-T 
Incuss', N«-K8 
Indaga'tion, N-DS-ashn 
Indart', N-D>-Rt 
Indebt', NOV, Nd-Td' 

N-Dt(-)' 
Indebted, Nd-Tds 
Indebt'edness, Nd-Td>- 

Ns 
Inde'oenoy, N-Ds»-K-S 
Inde'cent, N-Dss-Nt 
Inde'oently, N-Db'-NI-l 
Indebid'uous, K-De^-Ss 
Indeci'pberable, la-Da^- 

Fp-Bl 
Indeoi'sive, N-Dssi-V 
Indeci'sively, N-Dbs'-V- 

L 
Indeci'siveness, N-Dssi- 

V-Hs 
Indeclin'able-y, N-Di- 

El-N-Bl 
Indecompoa'able, N- D* 

iPz-Bl 
Indec'OTOus, N-Ds-Krs 
Indeo'oroualy, N-D>-Et- 

Indec'orousness, K-D^- 

Ers-Ms 
Indeeo'rum, N-D^-Er-M 
Indeed', N-Dd> 
Indefot'igable-y, Nd-n 

T>Q-B1 
Indefat^igablenesB, Nd 

Fl-T-G!B8 
Indefeasibil'ity, Nd-Fz^ 

Bl-T 
Indefea'Bible, Vd-Fz^-Bl 
Indefectibil'ity, N-Dfa- 

Et-Blt 
Indefeot'ible, N-Dfs-Et- 

Bl 
Indefeot'ive, N-DP-Et-V 
Indefensibil'ity, N-Df- 

Ns-B-M 
Indefen'sible, N-Df^-Ns 

-Bl 
Indefeu'sive, N-Df»-Ns- 

V 
Indefln'able, N-Dfi-N-Bl 
Indefinite, N-DP-Nt 
Indefinitely, N-Df^-Nt- 

I. 
Indefiniteness, H-Df^ 

Nt-Ns 
Indeliis'cence, n-d>-Hs- 

Nb 
Indehis'oent, IT-D'-Hs-Nt 
Indelib'erate, N-D«-i-Brt 
Indelibil'ity, N-D'-i-Bl- 

T (or -Bit) 
Indel'ible-y, NDa-Z-Bl 
Indel'icacy, N-D»-i-K-S 
Indel'icate, N-d».x-e.T 



134 
Indel'icately, s-D=-i-E- 

T-L 
Indenmifica'tion, N-D'- 

M-N-F-EshQ 
Indem'nify, N-D^-M-N-F, 
N-D2-M.N-Fd, N-D'-M-N- 

F-Na 
Indem'nity, N-DS-M-N-T 
Indemon'strable, K-D'- 

MnB-Tr-Bl 
Inden'izen, N-DS-Nz-N, 

N-Di-Nz-Nd, N-D2-NZ-N- 

N& 
Indent', N-Dsti, N-Dni- 

Td, N-Dnts-NG 
Indenta'tion, N - Dn^ . 

TBlm 
Indent'ed, N-Dn^-Td 
Indent'ure, N-Dntrs, N- 

Dnta-Rd. N-Dntr-NG 
Independ'ence, Nd 

Pnd'-NB 
Independ'ency, Kd-Pnd' 

-N-S 
Independ'ent, Nd-Pnd:- 

Nt 
Independ'ently, Nd- 

Pnds-Nt-L 
Indescrib'able, N-Db>- 

Er-B-Bl 
Indesert', N-D'-zEt 
Indes'slnent, N"-Ds2-Nnt 
Indestructibil'ity, S- 

D»-sTr-Kt-BIt 
Indestruc'tible, N-D»- 

sTr-Et-Bl 
Indeter'minable, N-D^- 

Tr-M-N-Bl 
Indeter'minate, N - 1>3 - 

Tr-M-N-T 
Indeter'minately, N-Dt 

Tr-M-N-T-i 
Indeter'minateness, N- 

D2-Tr-M-N-T-Ns 
Indetermina'tion, S-O^- 

Tr-M-Nslin 
Indevo'tion, N-DS-Vslm 
Inderout', N-Dyi-T 
In'dez, N-Ds-Es, N-D"- 

Est, N-D»-Es-NG 
Indez'ical, N-C-Es-Kl 
Indezter'ity, N-Ds-Ks-T- 

R-T 
In'diaman, N-Ds-Mn 
lu'dian, N-Bn^ 
In'dia-rubber, TH-V-B- 

Bp 
In'dicant, N-D»-Ent 
In'dicate, Nd'-Et, Nd-E- 

TdS. Nda-Kt-NG 
Indica'tion, Nd>-Eshn 
Indic'ative, Nd-Et-va 
Indio'atively, Nd-Et-va- 

L 
In'dicator, Nd'-Etr 
In'dioatory, Nd-E-T'-B 
In'dices, K-Dsz^ 
Indict', N-Dti, Nd-Td>, N- 

DtC)» 
Indiot'able, N-Dti-Bl 



IND 

Indic'tion, N-Ds-KBhn 
Indio'tive, N-1)»-Kt- V 
Indict'ment, N Dt'-Mnt 
Indiot'or, N-Dtr' 
Indifference, s-DP-Ens 

[N-Df3] 
Indif lerency, N-Df»-Bn- 

S 
Indifferent, N-Df»-Bnt 

[N-DP] 
Indif ferentism, N -Sf > - 

iJnt-Z-M 
Indifferently, N-Df»- 

KDt-i tN-Df»!I,] 
In'digence, Nd-Jns' 
In'digency, Nd- Jn»-S 
Indig'enous,. Nd- J^-Ns 
In'digent, Nd- Jnt* 
In'dJgently, Nd-Jnt«-L 
Indigest'ed, Nd-J^sTd 
Indigest'ible, Nd-Js'-Bl 
Indigest'ibleness, Nd- 

Jst^iBs 
Indiges'tion, Nd-Js^-cnn 
Indig'itate, Nd-ja-It, Nd 

-Jt3-Td. Nd-J»-Tt(-) 
Indigita'tion, Nd-js- 

Tslm 
Indig'nant, N-D^-G-Nnt 
Indig'nantly, N-D>-a- 

Nnt-i 
Indigna'tion, N-D=-G- 

Nshn 
Indig'nity, N-D»-G-N-T 
In'digo, N-D8^G 
Indirect', N-Dr^-Et 
Indirection, N-Drs-Eshn 
Indireot'ness, JN-Dr'-Et- 

Nb 
Indirecfly, N-Dr«-Kt-£ 
Indiscem'ible, N - D^ - 

zSn-B(-L) 
Indiscem'ibleness, N- 

D^-zRn-B-i-NB [!Bs3 
Indiscerptibil'ity, N-DS- 

BZe-Pt-Blt 
Indiscerp'tible, 'S-J)°-bR- 

Pt-Bl 
Indis'ciplinable,> N-Ds^- 

Pin-B-L 
Indiseov'erable, N-D2- 

BET-i!-Bl 
Indiscreet', N-Ds^-Ert 
Indiscreet'ly, N-Dsa-Ert- 

L 
Indiscreet^ess, n-Db^ 

Ert-Ns 
Indiscrete', N-DB^-Ert 
Indiscre'tion, N-Ds^ 

Ershn 
Indiscrim'inate, N-Ds'- 

Er-M-N-T [N-Ds=-Er-M] 
Indlsorim'inately, N- 

Dsa-Er-M-N-T-i .[N-DsS 

-Er-M-Xr] 
IndiBcrim'inating, N- 

DsS-Er-M-N-T-NG [N- 

Ds'-Er-M(-)] 
Indiscrimina'tion, N- 

DB»-Er-M-Nslm 



IND 

Indiapen'aable, Nds-Fns' 

-B-L LNds-Pus^] 
Indispen'aableness, Nds 

-PdssiBs 
Xndispen'aably, Nds- 

Pnsa-B-L 
Indispose', Nds-Fz', Nds- 

Pzd«, Nds-Pza-NG 
Indispos'edneBS, Hds - 

Pz»-D-Ns 
Indisposi'tion, NdS' 

PzsAre» 
Indis'putable-y, 17ds-Ft> 

-Bl 
Indis'putableness, Kds- 

Pta-Bl-Ns 
Indissolubil'ity, N-D»- 

Bi-Bl-T 
India'soluble-y, N - D'' 

si-Bl 
Indis'solubleness, N-D»- 

e£-BI-K9 
Indissolv'able-y, N-Di 

z£-V-Bl 
Indistinct', N-Dst^-NOt 

[N-Dst3] 
Indistiuc'tion, K-Dst^- 

NGshn 
Indistinctly, N-Dst^-NGt 

-L [N-Dst3:i] 
Indistinct'ness, N-Dst^- 

NGt-Ns 
Indistin'goishable, 17 

Dst>-NG-Gw-SH-Bl 
Indite', N-Dt>, Nd-Td>, N- 

DtC)i 
Indite'ment, N-Dt'-Mnt 
Indit'er,-N-Dtri 
Individ'ual, Nd-Vds-L 
Individ'ualism, Nd-Yd'- 
- Lz-11 
Indiridual'ity, Nd-Vdi- 

i-T ^ 

Indiyidualiza'tion, Nd- 

Vd'-Lzthn 
Individ'ualize, Nd-Vd'- 

Zz, Nd-Vd=-Zza, Nd-Vd»- 

£z-NG 
Individ'ually, Nd-Vdn-X 
Individ'uate, Nd-Vda-T, 

N d-VdS-Td, Nd-Td'-T-NG 
Individua'tion, Nd-V*- 

Sshn 
IndiTisibjl'ity, Nd - Tz> ■ 

B-it 
Indivis'ible-y, Nd-Vz'- 

Bl 
Indiyla'iblenesBr Nd- Vz' 

-Bl-Ns 
Indocibil'ity, N-Ds'-Bl-T 
Indoc'ible, N-Ds'-Bl 
Xndoc'ibleneaa, K - Ds> - 

Bl-Ns 
Indoo'ile, N-Ds<-L 
Indocirity, IS-B'-eL-l 
Indoc'trinate, N-I)>-E- 

Tr-N-T, N-Di-K-Tr-N-Td, 

N-Di-K-Tr-N-T-Na 
Indoctrina'tion^ K-B^-E- 

Tr-Nshn 



135 

In'dolence, N-B^-Xos 
In'dolenoy, N-Do-Zn-S 
In'dolent, N-D»-int 
In'dolenUy, N-Da-Znt-i 
Indomitable, N-D'-Mt- 

Bl 
In'door, N-D«-E 
Indor'sable, ii-i>ts>-B1 
Indorse', N-Drs>, N-I>rst>, 

N-Drsi-NG 
Indorsee', N-Dr>-S 
Indorse'ment, N-Dr'- 

sMnt 
Indors'erj N-Dri-sR 
Indors'or, K-Dr'-sB 
In'drawn, N-Drn» 
Indu'bious, N-D^-Bs 
Indu'bitables N-B^-Bt-Bl 
Induce', N-Bs», N-bBf, 

N-Ds»-NG 
Induce'ment, N-Ds-sMnt 
Indn'cer, N-D»-8R 
Indu'oibie, N-Ds'-BI ' 
Indnct', N-D2-Kt, N-DS-K- 

Td, N-Da-Kt-NG 
Inductibil'ty, N - D'- Kt - 

Bl-T (or -Bit) 
Induo'tile, N-DS-Kt-L 
Induotil'lty, N-Da-Kt-Z-T 
Induc'tion, N-DS-Kshn 
Induc'tional, N-D'-Kslm- 

Indnct'ive, N-Ds-Kt-v 
Induot'ively, N-DS-Kt-V- 

£ 
Induot'or, N-D«-Ktr 
Indue', H-Ds, N-Dd', N- 

D»-NG 
Indue'ment, N-DS-Hnt 
Indulge', N-D»-Z- J, N-DS- 

Z-Jd, N-DS->J-NG 
Indul'genee, N-D»-Z-Jiis 
Indul'gency, N-Da-Z-Jii- 

S 
Indul'gent, N-D^-Z- Jnt 
Indul'gently, N-D^-Z-Jnt 

-L 
Indul'ger, N-D^-Z-Jr 
In'durate,N-Da-«t, N-Ds- 

B-Td, N-D3-«t-NG 
Indura'tion, N-D> .Sshn 
Indu'sial, N-DS-ZHl 
Indus'trial, N-D^-sTr-L 
Indus'triouB, N-D^sTrs 
Indus'triously, N-D>- 

sTr-sZ 
In'dustry, N-D^-BTr 
Ind-well',N-Dw«-L,N-Dw! 

-Ld, K-Dw»-L-KG 
Indwetl'er, If-Dw^-z-B 
IndweU'ing, N-Dw^-L- 

NG 
Ine^jriant, N-Br»-N-T 
Ine'briate, N-Bra-T, N- 

Br8-Td, N-Br'-T-NG 
Inebria'tion, Jsr-BrehiiS 



Inebri'ety, N-Bri-T 
Ined'ited, N-D^-Td 
Ineffobil'ity, N-r»-Bl-T 
Ineflible-y, N-F^-Bl 



INE 

InefEkce'able, N-Fs'-Bl 
Ineffobleness, N-F^-Bl- 

Nb 
Inefteot'iye, N-ra-K-Tv 
InefBBOt'ual, N-rs-K-CH- 

li 
Ineffecfually, N-rs-K- 

CH-z 
Ineffeot'ualness, N-rs- 

K-CH-Z-Ns 
Inefferves'cent, N-F'-B- 

Vs-Nt 
Ineftervea'cible, JH-F'-s 

-Vs-Bl 
Ineffloa'oious, N-r^.K- 

Inefica'cionsneBS, N-F'- 

E-SHs-Ns 
Inef'flcaoy, N-FS-K-S 
Ineffl'ciency, N-Fshn^-S 
Inefla'cient, N-Fshuta 
Ineffl'oiently, N-Fshnti 

z 
Inelas'tiR, Nls-Ti-K 
Inelastd'city, Nls-Ts'-T 
Inel'egance, Nl<-Gns 
Inel'egancy, N l-Gn-S* 
Inel'egantly, Nl-Gnt-Z^ 
Ineligibility, Nl-J»-Blt 
Inel'igible-y, Nl-JS-Bl 
Inel'oquent, H-LS-Kwnt 
Inept', N-Pt» 
Inept'itude, N-Pts-Td 
Inept'ness, N-P»-T-Ns 
Ineqiual'ity, N-Kw-Z'-T 
Ineq'uitable, N - Ew - 1' - 

Bl 
Iner'rable, N-K»-B1 
Inert', N-Kt« 
Iner'tia, Kr-SH' 
Iner'tion, N-Bslm" 
Inert'ly, N-Et»-Z 
Inert'ness, N-Bf-Ns 
Ines'timable-y, N-Bf-M- 

Bl 
Inev'itable-y, N-Vts-Bl. 

See Unavoidable, 
Inev'itableness, N-Vts- 

B1-Ns[!Bb] 
Inexact', N'-Ks-Et 
Inezcit'able, N-Es-T'-Bl 
Inezcus'able-y, N-Es-Ez 

-Bia 
Inezcus'ableness, KT-Es- 

Ez-Bia-Ns 
Inexer'tion, N-E-sSshn» 
Inexhal'able, N-E-si^-Bl 
Inexhaust'ed, N-Ess-Tdi 
Inexhaust'ible, N-Ess- 

Ti-Bl 
Inexhaust'ibleness, N- 

Kss-T>-Bl-Ns 
Inexiat'ence, N-Kss-Tns' 
Inexist'ent, N-Ess-Ints 
Inexorabil'ity, N-K-sa'- 

Blt 
Inex'orable-y, N-K-aK"- 

Bl 
Inex'orableness, K-E- 

Bija-Bl-Ns t:Bs] 



llTE 

Inezpe'dience, N-Cu-F^- 

Bus 
Inezpe'dieiiC7, N-Ka-P»- 

X)n-S 
Inexpe'dient, N-Ks-P*- 

Dnt 
Inexpen'siTe, N-Ks-Pns'- 

V 
Inexpe'rience, N-Ks-P'- 

fins 
Inexpe'rienced, N-Ks-P' 

-Enst 
Inexpert', N-K-sPrts 
Inex'piable-y, N-Ks-P*- 

Bl 
InexplicabiVity, N - Es - 

Pl»-K-Blt 
Inex'plicable-y, K-Es- 

Pl«-K-Bl 
Inex'plicableness, N-Eb 

-P12-K-B1-NS 
Inexplic'it, N-Ks-Pls'-T 
Inexplor'able, N-Ks-Pis- 

R-Bl 
Inexpress'ible-y, N-K- 

BPr5«-Bl 
InexpreBB'sire, N - E ■ 

ePrsS-V 
Inexpress'ively, N-K- 

sPrss-V-i 
Inexpug'ziable, N-Es-PS- 

G-N-Bl 
Inexpugn'able, N - Es - 

Pna-B-L 
Inextinot', N-Ks-T«-lfGt 
Inextin'guisliable, H-Es 

-T»-NG-Gw-SH-Bl £-NG- 

8H-B1] 
Inextir'pable, N-K-sTr»- 

P-Bl 
Inex'tricable, N-E-sTr'- 

K-Bl 
Ineye', N'-i 

InfalUbil'ity, N-pa-£-Blt 
Infal'lible-y, N-ri-Z-Bl 
Infal'liblenesB, JT-Fi-£- 

BlNs 
In'famous, N-F'-Mb 
In'famouBly, N-r»-Ms-£ 
In'famousneBS, S-T'-Ma 

-Ns 
In'famy, TT-Fs-m 
In'fanoy, N-ms-S 
In'fant, N-Fnt' > 
Infan'ta, N-Pi-N-T 
Infan'te,N-F>-N-T 
Infant'ieide, N-F»-Nts-D 
In'fantile, N-FH-Nt-L 
In'fantine, N-Fnt«-lI 
In'fautry, N-Fnta-iJ 
Infat'uate, N-Pi-CHt, N- 

Fi-CH-Td, N-F'-CHt-NG 
Inf atua'tion, N-F>-OHslm 
lufeasibil'ity, N-Fza-Bl- 

T 
Infeas'ible, Tr-Fz»-Bl 
Infect', N-Fs-K-T, N-F'-K- 

Td, N-F«-K-T-Na 
Infeot'er.N-FS-Ktr 
Infec'tion, N-F'-Eslm 



136 

Infeo'tiouB, n-f'-k-shs 
Infec'tiously, N-f^-k 

BHs-L 
Infec'tiousness, N-F"-K- 

SHs-Ns 
Infect'ive, JT-FS-K-Tt 
Infeo'und, N-F^-K-Nd 
Infeoun'dity, N-F»-K,-Na- 

T 
Infelio'itouB, N-F'-Zs-Ts 
Infelio'ity, N-F»-iB-T 
Infer', H-F»-R, N-F^-Bd, 

N-F'-B-NG 
Infer'able, N-Fs-iS-Bl 
In'ference, N-F»-Kns 
Inferen'tial, N-F^-JJ-N- 

SHI [N-F2-Bn] 
Infe'rior, N-FS-E-i! 
Inferlor'ity, N-F>-/e-iI-T 
Infer'nal-ly, N-FS-R-NI 
Inferrible, N-Fs-B-BI 
Infer'tile, N-F^-iJ-T-L 
Infertility, N-F»-B-T-Zt 
Infest', N-FBts, N-Fs«-Td, 

Tf-FstO' 
Infesta'tion, N-Fs^-Tshn 
Infeat'er, N-Fstr* 
Infea'tive, N-Fs'-Tv 
InfeatlT'ty, N-Fs'-Tv-T 
Infeuda'tion.-N-FS-DBhn 
Infibula'tion, N-Fi-Blshn 
In'fidel, N-Fa-Dl 
Infldel'ity, N-r«-Dl-T 
Infll'ter, N-F'-Ztr 
Infll'trate, N-F'-i-Trt, N- 

F»i-Tr-Td, N-F«-i-TrtC) 
Infiltra'tion, N - F^ - i - 

Trshn 
In'flnite, N-F»-m 
In'flnitely, N-Fa-Nt^L 
In'finitnesB,. N-F'-Nt-Ns 
InflniteB'imal, N-Fi-s- 

T-bM-Z 
Infinitive, N-F»-N-Tt 
Infln'itude, N-F'-N-Id 
Infin'ity, N-F»-N-T 
Infirm', N-F»-R-M 
Infirm'ary, N-Fa-R-M-B 
Infirm'ity, N-F»-B-M-T 
Infirm'ly, N-P^-B-M-Z 
Infirm'neBS, N-F'-B-M- 

Ns 
Infix', N-FS-Ks, N-FS-Kst, 

N-F»-E8-NG 
Inflame', N-F1«-M, N-ri»- 

Md, N-F1«-M-NG 
Inflam'er, If-Fl»-Mr 
Infiammabil'ity, N-Fl^- 

M-Blt 
Inflam'mmble, K-Fl'-M- 

Bl 
Inflam'mableness, N - 

Fl'-M-BI-Ns 

Inflamma'tion, N - Fl' - 

Hshn 
Inflam'matory, N-Fli-Mt 

■B 
Inflate', N-Fltii, N-Fl»-Td. 

N-FltO" 
Infiat'ed, N-Fl»-Td 



INF 

Infla'tiou, N-Flshn« 
Inflect', N-Fis-K-T, N-Fl^ 

K-Td, N-FI«-E-T-NG 
Inflec'tion, N-FI^-EBhn 
Inflec'tional, N-Fia-Eehn 

-Z 
Infleot'ire, N-Fis-E-Tv 
Infiexibil'ity, N-FP-Ks- 

B-Zt 
Inflex'ible-y, N-FIs-e^bi 
Infiex'ibleness, N-Fl^- 

Es-Bl-Ns 
Infiex'ion, K-Fl=-K6hn 
Inflict', N-Fia-K-T, N-Fl'- 

K-Td. N-F18-E-T-N& 
Infllct'er, N-Fis-Ktr 
Inflic'tion, N-FI'-EbIui 
Inflict'ive, N-Fl»-K-Tv 
Inflores'cence, n-fi'-Eb- 

Ni 

In'fluence, N-Fl>-Ns, N- 

Fl»-Nst, N-F1»-Nb-NG 

[N-FsS, N-F8t8, N-Fs»-NG] 
In'fluent, N-Fl»-Nt 
Influen'tial, N-FJ«-N-SH) 

[N-Fn2] 
Inluen'tially, N-Fis-N- 

SHl [N-Fn«] 
Influen'za, N-F1»-N-Z 
In'flux, N-Fl'-Es 
Inflox'ion, N-Fl>-EBlin 
Infold', N-F2-Ld, N-F«-z- 

Dd. N-FS-Zd-NG 
Infold'ment, N-F^-Ld- 

Mnt 
Xnfo'liate, N-F^-Z-T 
Inform', N-Fi-B-M, N-F"- 

B-Md, N-Fl-B-M-NG . IS- 

Fi, N-Fd», N-FC)'] 
Infor'mal-ly, N-F>-B-II- 

Z [N-FJ-M-Z] 
Informal'ity, N-F>-E-M- 

Z-T [N-F'-M-Zt] 
Inform'ant, N-Fi-B-Mnt 
Informa'tlon, N-F»-B- 

Mshn [N-Fshn!] 
Inform'er, N-F»-B-Mr [N 

-Fi-Mr] 
Inform'ity, N-Fi-B-M-T 
Inform'ous, N-F^B-Ms 
In'fra, N-Fr» 
Infract'ion, N-Pr'-Kshn 
iTifract'or, N-Fr»-Ktr 
Infralapaa'rian, N-Pr*- 

Z-P-sBn 
In&amun'dane, N-Pr<- 

Mn-Dn 
Infran'gible, N-Fr>-N-J- 

Bl 
Infre'guense, N - Pr^ - 

Ewhb 
Inflre'QUency, N-Pr«- 

Ewn-8 
Infre'quent, N-Fr'-Ewiit 
Infre'quently, N - Fr" - 

Kwnt-Z 
Infrigida'tion, N-Fr^-J- 

Dshn 
Infrlnee', F-Prs-N-J. N- 

Fr»-N-Jd, N-Fr»-N-J-NG 



INF 

Inlringe'ment, N-Fr^-N 

J-Mllt 
Infriu'ger, N-Fr'-N-Jr 
Infruct'uose, N-Fr^-K' 

CH-S 
Infru'gal, N-Fr»-Gl 
Infrugiferous, N-Fr'-J- 

Frs 
InfUma'tion, N-F'-Mshn 
Infiindib'ular, N-Fi-Dd- 

Infundib'ulate, N-F'- 

Nd-B-it 
Infundib'uliform, N-F^r 

Nd-B-i-F-B-M 
Infu'riate, N-Fs-Rt, N-F»- 

je-Td, N-FS-Bt-NG 
Infus'cate, N-Fs-Kt 
InfuBca'tion, N - Fs> - 

Eshn 
Infuse', N-Fz», N-Fzd3, 

N-Fz»-NG 
Infusibil'ity, N-Fz»-Bl-T 
Infu'sible, N-Fzs-Bl 
lufii'Bion, K-Fzhii' 
Infu'sive, N-Fss-V 
Infuao'ria, N-Fe<-B 
In'gathering, N^-Gdbr- 

NG 
Ingel'able, N-Js-i-Bl 
lugem'tnate, 'S-J'-M-TS- 

T 
Ingemina'tion, N-J'-M- 

Nsbn 
Ingen'erable, N-Ji-Nr-Bl 
lugen'erate, N-J'-Nrt, N- 

JS-Sr-Td, N-J«-Nrt-Na 
Ingen''iou8, N-J'-Ns 
Ingen'iously, N- J^-Ns-L 
Ingeu'iousiieas, N-Js-Ns- 

Na 
Ingen'ite, N- J=-Nt 
Ingenu'ity, N-J'-N-T 
Ingen'uous, N-J»-N-S 
Ingen'uously, N-J"-N-Sl 
Ingen'uouaneas, Ni-J^-N- 

S-Ns 
Inges'tion, N-Js^-OHn 
In'gle, NGS-Gl 
Inglo'rious, N-Gl-its' 
Inglo'riously, N-Gl-fiS- 

bL 
Inglo'riousnesa, N-GI- 

Bsi^Ns 
In'got, N3-Gt 
Ingraft', Ni-Grft, N-Gr- 

F'-Td, N»-Grfli-NG 
Ingraft'er, N'-Grftr 
Ingraft'ment, Ni - Grf t - 

Mnt 
In'grain or Xngrain', 

N'orS-Gm, N'or^-Gmd, 

N'ors-Gm-NG 
In'grate, NS-Grt 
Ingra'tiate, N-Gr-SHts. N- 

Gr-SHS-Td, N -Gr - SHts - 

NG 
Ingrat'itude, N-Grt-Tdi 
Ingre'dient, N-Gr-Dnf 
In'greas, N'-Grs 



137 

Ingrea'sion, N<-Grsbn 
In'guinal, NG'-Gw-Nl 
Ingulf, N-Gl-F! B-Gl- 

Fta, N-Gl-FS-NG 
IngUT'gitate, N-Gr-JS-Tt, 

N-Gr-Jt!-Td, N-Gr-J«-Tt 

Ingurgita'tion, N-Gr-J<- 

Tshu 
Inbab'ile, N-haBi-L 
Inhab'it, N-haBt', N-hiBi 

-Td, N-MBtC)l 
Inhab'itable, N-h&Eti-Bl 
Inhab'itance, N - im& - 

Tub 
Inhabitancy, N - b&Bi - 

Tn-S 
Ihhab'itant, N-h&Bi-Tnt 
Inhabita'tiou, N-li&Bs 

Tsbn 
Inhab'itatiTeneBB, N - 

MBl-Tt :V8 
Inhab'iter, N-MBtri 
Inhab'itreas, K-Ii&BI-Tts 
Inhala'tion, N-H-Lehn' 
Inhale', Ns-Hl, N«-Hld, N* 

-Hl-NG 
Inhal'er, N-H1-B> 
Inharmon'ic, Ni-Hr-M- 

N-K 
Inharmon'ical, K'-Hr- 

M-N-Kl 
Inharmo'nious, N^-Hr- 

Inharmo'niously, N-Hr- 

M-Ns-LS 
Inhearse', N'-His, 
Inhere', N«-Hr, N»-Hrd, 

NS-Hr-NG 
Inher'ence, N^-Hrns 
Inher'enoy, N-Hm-S' 
Inher'ent, N»-Hrnt 
Inhep'ently, N-Hmt-i;" 
Inhei/it, N»-Hrt, N-Br- 

Td2, N2-HrtC) 
Inherttable-y, N - Hrt- 

B13 
Inher'itance, N-Hr-Tns' 
Inher'itor, NS-Hrtr 
Inher'itress, N-Hr-Trs» 
Inher'itrix, N-Hr-Tr^-Ks 
Inhe'sion, NS-Hzbn 
Inhib'it, N-WBt», K-MBs- 

Td, N-hIBt(-)» 
Inhibi'tion, N-hlBshns 
Inhib'atory, N-MB»-T-K 
Inho8'pitable-y, N ■ Hs - 

Pt<-Bl 
Inhos'pitableness, N - 

Hs-Pti-Bl-Ns[iBsJ 
Inhospital'ity, N-Hs-Pt'- 

£-T 
Inhu'mon, N'-H-Mn 
Inhuman'ity, N-H-Mn- 

Ti 
Inhu'manly, Ns-H-M-Nl 
Inhu'mate, N'-H-Mt 
Inhuma'tion, N^-H-Mshn 
Inhume', N»-H-M, N»-H- 

Md, N'-H-M-NG 



INN 

Inimi'cal-ly, K3-M-Ki 
Inimitabil'jty, N - M -T'- 

Bl-T 
Inim'itable-y, N-M-Ts-Bl 
Inim'itableness, N-M- 

TS-Bl-Ns [!B6] 
Iniq'uitouB, N-Kw-Ts^ 
Iniq'uitously, N-Kw-T»- 

sL 
Iniq'uity, N-Kw-T" 
Ini'tial,.N-SHl3 
Ini'tially, ^-sm' 
Ini'tiate, N-SHt», N-SH»- 

Td; N-SHt»-NG 
Initta'tion, N-SHshn' 
Ini'tiative, n-sh»-Tt 
Ini'tiatory, TH-SH'-T-B 
Inject', N-JS'-Kt, N-ja-K- 

Td, N-J!!-Kt-NG 
Injection, N-J^-Kshn 
Inject'op, N-Js-Ktr 
Injom', N- Jni, N- JndJ, N- 

Jni-NG 
Ihjudi'cious, N-Jd^-SHg 
Injudi'ciously, N - Jd» - 

SHs-Z 
Injudi'ciousness, TS-Jd.'- 

SHs-Ns 
Injunc'tion, N-J^-NGslm 
In'jure, N-Jr», N-Jrd", N- 

Jrs-NG 
Insurer, N-Jr^-E 
Inju'riouB, N-J«-Ks 
Inju'riously, S-J'-B-bL 
Inju'riouaness, S-J'-Sb- 

In'jury, TS-J'-B 
Injus'tice, N- J»-bTs 
Ink', NGS-K, NG»-Kt (or 
NGt3), NGS-K-NG 

Ink'elass, ng<-e-g1s 
Ink'Eom, NG^E-Hm 
Ink'inesB, NG^K-Ns 
Ink'le, N63-E1 
Ink'ling, NGs-El-NG 
Ink'Btand, NG-E-BXnds 
Ink'y, NGii-E 
Inlace', N-Zs», N-ists, N- 

iei-HG 
Inlaea'tion, K-L^-Gshs 
Inlaid', N-id= 
In'land, S-LnS> 
In'Iander, S-LnAr' 
Inlay', N-is, N-idS, N-i»- 

NG 
In'lay, N-L» 
Inlay'er, N-i«-R 
Inlaw', N-Z> 
lu'let, N-Lt» 
Inlist', NIst» 
Inly, N18 
In'mate, If-M-T» 
In'moat, N>-Mst 
Inn, N» 
In'nate or Innate', 

N«o)-a-Nt 
In'nately or Innately, 

N-Nt-L«or!! 

In'nateness or Innate'- 
ness, N'iw"-Nt-N8 



INN 



138 



Innar'iBable-y, N-IT-Ti- 1 Inor'dinateness, N-Bdi- 
G-Bl Nt-Ns 

See Note under the word ' Inorgan'ic, Nr'-On-E 



Illaudable. 
In'ner, Nr^ 
In'nermost, Nr>-Ust 
Innerva'tion, N-Nr-Vslm» 
Innerve', JT-Nr-V*. N-Nr- 

Vda, N-Nr-ya-NG 
Innliolder, N»-Hldr 
Inu'ing, NS-NG 
lu'nings, N'-NGz 
Inn'keeper, N-K-Pr» 
In^nocence, Ns>-Ifs 
In'nooenoy, Ns-N-S' 
lu'nocent, NsS-Nt 
In'nocently, Ns-Nt-l* 
Innoc'uous, N-N-K-B' 
lunoc'uously, N-N-K-Sli 
lunoc'uousnesg, N>-N' 

Es-Nb 
In'noTate, N-Vt", N-V»- 

Td, N-Vt(0» 
Innova'tiou, N-Vshn* 
In'nOTator, N-Vtr» 
Innoxious, N-N-E-SHsi 
Innoz'iousiy, N-N-E 

SHs>-Z. 
Innox'iouaness, N-N-E- 

SHs<-Ns 
Innueu'do, N-N-D' 
Innumerabil'ity, N-N- 

Mr-B1»T 
Inuu'merable-y, N-N- 

Mr-Bis 
Inna'merableness, H-N 

-Mr-Bi«-Ns [iBsJ 
Innu'merous, N»-N-Mrs 
Innutrl'tion, N-N-Trehn' 
Innutri'tious, N-N-Trx- 

SHa 
Innu'tritlve, N-N-Tr'-Tv 
Inobserv'ance, N-B«-2iJ- 

Ylis 
Inobserr'ant, IT-Bi-zii- 

Vnt 
Inoc'ulate, N-E-Xt>, N-E- 

X,i-Td, N-K-tt'-NG 
Inocula'tion, N-E-Zebna 
Inoc'ulator, N-E-itri 
Ino'dorous, N-Dr^-S 
Inoffen'sive, N-F'-Ns-V . 
Inoffen'^ively, N-r»-N8- 

V-t 
Inoffen'sivenesa, n-f>- 

Ns-V-Ns 
Inoffi'cial, N-rs-SHl 
Inoffl'oially, N-F»-SOT 
Inoffl'ciouB, N-FS-Sfls 
In'ollte, N-its 
Inop'erative, N-P'-Ht-V 
Inopportune', S-P'-B- 

Tn 
Inopportunely, N-P"-«- 

T-Nl 
Inop'ulent, D-P>-Ziit 
Inor'diuacy, N-Bd'-s 
Inor'dinate, N-Rd>-Nt 
Inor'dmateiy, N-Kdi-Nt- 



Inorgan'ioal, Nr'-G-N- 

El 
luor'ganized, Nr-Gn-Zd" 
Inos'culate, N-s>-Klt, N- 

S'-El-Td, N-S»-Elt.NG 
Inoscula'tion, N-S>- 

Elsbs 
In'queat, N3.Ew6t 
Inqui'etude, N-Ew-Td' 
Inquir'able, N-Ew-«i-Bl 
Inquire', N - Ew - E>, N - 

Ew-fldl, N-Ew-Rl-NG 
Inquiren'do, N-Ew-a«-Sf 

-D 
luqui'rent, N-Ew-Hnt> 
Inqulr'er, N-Ew-Kr* 
Inquir'ingly, N-Ew-iP- 

NGl 
Inquir'y, lI-K-w-i8> 
Inquisi'tion, N»-Ewz»S» 
Inquisi'tipnal, N-Ewz>in- 

L» 
Inquisi'tionary, N 

EwzsAn-ii> — The Shun- 
cnrl being continued up bo 
that Bee may be joined at 

an anffle. 
Inquisitive, N-Ewz-Tt> 
Inquis'itiTely, N - Ewz - 

T»-V1 
Inquis'itor, N«-Ewztr 
Inquisito'rial, N-Ewz-T^- 

jei 

Inrail',S-ffl!i, H-Bld«, K- 

Kis-NG 
In'road, N-iJs-D 
Insalu'brious, 'S-sL'-Bia 
Insalu'brity, N-si'-Br-T 
Inaal'utary, 'S-aLV-B 
Insan'able, Ns-N-Bli 
Insane', Ns«-N 
Insane'ly, Ns-K-L» 
Insan'ity, Ns-N-T» 
InsatiabU'ity, Ks-SH>-Bl 

-T 
Insa'tiable, Ne-SH'-Bl 
Insa'tiablenesa, Ns-SH' 

-Bl-Ns [iBs] 
Insa'tiate, Ns-SHi-T 
Insa'tiately, Ns-SHS-T-r 
Insati'ety, Ns-T>-T 
Insatisfac'tion, Ns-Tsi- 

F-EBhn 
Insat'urable, Ks-CH<-£- 

Bl 
In'soient or Insci'ent, 

N-SH»-Nt or N-Si-Nt 
Insci'enee, N-S'-Ns 
Inacrib'able, nsEr-B'-Bl 
Inscrib'ableness, nsEr- 

Bi-Bl-Ns [iBs] 
Inscribe', nsEr-Bi, nsEr- 

Bdi, nsEr-B'-NG 
Insorib'er, nsKr-Br> 
Insorip'tion, nsKr-Pshn» 
Insorip'tive, nBEr-Pt»-V 
Inscroll', nsEr-L> 



INS 

Inscrutabil'ity, nsEr-T^- 

Bit 
Inscru'table-y, nsEr-T'- 

Bl 
Inscru'tablenesE, nsEr- 

T8-B1-NS [iBs] 
Insculp', Ns-El-ps 
Insculpt'ure, Ns-El-Ptr" 
Inseam', N^-sM 
lusec'able, JNb-E-BI' 
In'sect, IlB»-Et 
Insect'ile, NB-Et-Ls 
Insec'tion, IlE*-£shn 
InsectiT'ora, Ns-E-T»-Vr 
Insectiv'orous, Us - E - 

Tii-Vra 
Insecure', nsEi* 
Insecurely, nsEx-X' 
Insecu'rity, nsEr-T» 
Insem'inate, N-sM-N-T' 
Insemina'tion, M' - sM - 

NBhn 
Insen'sate, Nb-Ns-T> 
Insensibil'ity, Ns - Ns- 

B»-it 
Inaen'sible-y, Ns-Ns-Bl* 
Insen'sibleness, Ns- Ns- 

B12-NS [iBs] 
Insen'tient, Ns'-Nshst 
Inseparabil'ity, nsPro-Bl 

-T lor -Bit) 
Insep'arable-y, nsPr'-Bl 
Insep'ai'ablensHB, usPr'- 

Bl-Ns ['Bs] 
Insert', ir-sAts, N-sfiS-Td, 

N-si«=-NQ 
Inser'tion, N-sBshn' 
In'set, Ns-Ts 
Inshad'ed, lI-SH«-Dd 
Inshrine', K - <S//rni. K- 

S//md', N-SHrn'-NG 
Insica'tion, Ms>-Eshn 
In'side, Ns-Ds 
Insid'ious, Ks-sa-S 
Insid'iously, Ns-D»-Sl 
Insid'iousness, Ns - Ds^- 

Nb 
In'sight, Ns-T» 
Insig'nia, Nb«-G-N _ 
Insignificance, Ns-G-K- 

Fs-Ens 
InsigniTioancy, Ks-G-N- 

F»-En-S 
InsigniTicant, Nb - G - N - 

Fa-E-Nt 
Insignificantly, Sb-G- 

N-F»-E-Nt-L 
Insincere', Ns-ils-Ba 
Insincere'ly, Ns-Ns-M' 
Insincer'ity, Ns-Ns-iJ>-T 
Insin'nate, NsN-xa, Ns- 

N-Tda, H8-N-T«-KG 
Insinua'tion, lisa-Nshn 
Insin'uative, Ns-N-Tv" 
Insin'uator, NsS-Ntr 
Insipid, Ns-Pdi" 
Insipid'ity, Ns-Pda-T 
Insipidly, Hs-Pd»-Z 
Insip'idness, Ns-pa-D-Ns 
Insip'ience, Ns-Pnsa 



ms 

Insist', NSB-TS, Nss-Xds, 

Nss T3-NG- 
Inaiat'ent, Sss-Tnta 
lusi'tiou, N82i7>> vr Ssslm' 
lusnare', Nb-N-B', nk-N- 

lid', Ns-N-R'-NG. 
Inauar'er, Ns-K-Er> 
lasobri'ety, nsBr>-T 
luso'ciable, Ns-SH'-Bl 
la'solate, N-BLf, N-sJ^- 

Td, N-s/-t^-NG 
Insola'tion, N-s£shii> 
In'solence, N-aXus^' 
la'aoient, K-sZ^nf 
In'solently, K-sintt£ 
lasoUd'ity, Nsi»D-T 
Insolubil'ity, N-si»-Bl-T 
Insol'uble, H-Bit>-Bl 
lasolT'able, N-si>-V-Bl 
luaolVency, N-sii-Vn-S 
lasolv'eut, N-sLi-Vnt 
Insom'mous, N'-sM-Ns 
Insomuch.', N-S=-M-CH 
Inspect', Ns-P"Kt, Ns-P«- 

K-Td. N-sP"-Kt-NG 
Inapec'tion, Ns-PS-Eshn 
Inspeot'pr, Ns-P^-Ktr 
Inapect'orate, Ns-Pi-Etr- 

T 
luspect'orship, Nb-P'- 

Ktr-SH-P 
Insphere', Ns-pa-R, Nb- 

F8-ffd, Ns-F"-B-NG 
luspir'able, nsPr'-Bl 
Inapira'tion, nBPrshnS 
luspir'atory, nsPr'-T-S 
Inspire', nsFc', nsPrd', 

nsPr>-NG 
Inspir'er, nsPr'-B 
Inspir'it, nsPrts, nsPr» 

Td. naPitCja 
Inspia'aate, Nb-Ps'-T, Ns- 

Ps'Td, Nb-Pbs-T-NG 
Insplssa'tiou, Ns-Psiin' 
Instability, Nb-TS-BI-T 
Insta'ble, Ns-T^-Bl 
Inatall', Ns-T»-L, Ns-Ti- 

Ld. Nb-TI-L-NG 
Installa'tion, Ns - Ta - 

Install'ment, Ns-T'-i- 

Mnt 
Xn'stanoe, Nb-Tdb^, Nb- 

TnBta. N-sTns»-MQ 
In'stant, Ns-Tiit» 
Instantane'ity, Ns-Tnt»- 

N-T 
Instanta'neous, Ns-Tnf- 

Ns 
Instanta'neously, Ns- 

Tnta-Ns-L 
Instanta'neousness, Ns- 

Tnt2-Ns-N8 
Instau'ter, Ns-Tntr> 
In'stantly, Ns-Tnt»-L 
Instar', Ns-T'-B 
Instate', Na-Tts, Ns-TS-Td, 

N8-Tt(-;« 
Instau'rate,l<fs-T>-Bt, Nb- 

Ti-«-Td, Ns-Ti-i8t-NG 



139 

Instaura'tion, Ns - T^ - 

iishn 
Instaura'tor, Na-I'-Atr 
Instead', Ns-Td^ 
Insteep', Ns T»-P, Nb-t»- 

Pt, Nb-T»-P-NG 
In'step, N8-T»-P 
In'stigate, Na-Ts-Gt. Ns- 

T«-G-Td, NB-T>-Gt-NG 
Insti^a'tiou, Na-Ti-GBlin 
In'stigator, NB-T>-Gtr 
Instiir, Nb-TS-L, Ns-T»- 

Ld. Ns-T»-L-Na 
Instilla'tion, NB-T^z^slin 
lu'stillator, Na-T'-itr 
InstiU'er, Ns-T'-i-B 
InstiU'ment, Ns-T^-z;- 

Mnt 
Instinct', lfs-T>-NGt 
In'stinct, NB-T>-NGt 
Instinct'ive, Ns-T^-iiG- 

TV 
Instinct'ively, NB-T>-Na 

T-Vl 
In'stitute, Nb-T«-T-T, Ns- 

T»-T-Td; Ns-TS-T-T-NG 
Institu'tion, Ns-T»-Tshn 
Institu'tional, Nb - 1» - 

Tshn-L 
Institu'tionary, Ns-T'- 

Tatan-iZ 
In'stitutive, Ns-T»-T-Tv 
In'atitutor, NB-T-Ttr» 
Instrat'ifled, nsTri-Tf-D 
Inst Aict' , nETr^-Et. nsTr! 

-K-Td, nsTr2-Kt-NG 
Inatruot'er, nsTrs-Ktr 
Instruct'ible, nBTr'-Kt- 

Bl 
Instruc'tion, nsTri-EBhn 
Instruct'iTe, nBTra-Kt-Y 
Instruct'iTely, usTr»-Kt- 

V-i 
lustruct'iTeness, nsTr>- 

Et-V-NB[!VB] 
Instruct'or, iisTr=-Ktr 
Instruc'treBS, naIr>-E- 

Trs 
In'stninient,aisTT3-Mnt 
Instrument'al-ly, nsTr' 

iMnt 
Instrumentality, nsTr' 

!Mnt 
Instrument'ary, nsTr'- 

Mnt-Zi 
Instrumenta'tion, nsTri- 

M-N-TBhn 
Insubjec'tion, Ha-BS-J- 

Kshn [NB-Bsbn:] 
Insubmis'sion, Nb - B' - 

Mshn 
Insubor'dinate, Ns-B'- 

Sd-Nt 
Insubordina'tion, Ns-B^- 

Ad-NBhn 
Insurferable-y, Ns-F^-B 

-Bl 
Insuffi'cience, Ns-Fshna* 
Insuffl'ciency, Ns-Fshn'<- 

S I 



INT 

InBufEL'cient, Ns-Fsluit> 
Inauffl'ciently, Ks' 

FBbnt3-£ 
Insuffla'tion, irs-F*-£shn 
In'sular, N-b£>-B 
Insular'ity, N-af-B-x 
In'sulary,N-s£»-/J 
In'sulate, N-sUs N-g^a. 

Td, N-sit'-NG 
In'sulated, N-sLs-Td 
Insula'tion, N-a£8lm> 
In'sulator, N-s£tr* 
In'sult, K-sMs 
Insult', N-sif, N-B£«-Td, 

N-B^ts-NG 
Insult'er, N-a£ti! 
Insult'inely, N-s£t!-NGl 
InsuperabiVity, iisPr>-Bl 

-T 
Insu'perable-y, usPr^-Bl 
Insu'perableneaa, usPb^- 

Bl-Na 
Inaupport'able-y, Ns- 

pJ-fit-Bl 
Insupport'ableness, Nb- 

PS-Bt-Bl-NB CiBs] 
Insuppoa'able, Nb-PzI-BI 
Insuppress'ible, naPrs'- 

Bl 
Insuppress'ive, nsPni'-V 
Insui-'able, N-SHr^-Bl 
Insur'ance, N - SHrnsS 

Insure', N-SHrS, N-SHrds, 

N-SHra-NG 
Insur'er, N-SHrS-E 
Insur'gent, THs-B^-3iA 
Insurmountabil'ity, 

DBB^-Mnt-B-^t 
lusurmount'able, nsB>- 

Mnt-B(-L) 
luaurmount'ableness, 

nsBi-MntlBs 
Insurmouut'ably, nsRi- 

Mnt-B(-i) 
rnsuirec'tion, Ks - £< - 

Kahn 
lusurrec'tional, Na^ie^- 

Eslm-Z> 
Insurrec'tionary, "Sa-Bf- 

Eshn-S 
Insurrec'tionist, Ns-A'- 

Ealm-St 
Insusceptibil'ity, Nss- 

Pts-Bl-T(or-Blt) 
Insuscep'tible, Naa-Pt^- 

Bl 
Intact', N-Ti-Kt 
Intact'able, N-Ti-Et-Bl 
Intagl'io, N-Ti-i 
Intangibility, Nt-N-J». 

Bl-T 
Intan'gible-y, Nt-N-J>-B) 
Intan'giblenesg, Nt-H-J'' 

-Bl Na 
Intast'able, N-T8--B1 
In'teger, N-Ts-Jr 
In'tegral, N-T»-Gr-L 
In'tegrally, N-TS-Gr-X 
In'tegrant, N-T'-Grot 



INT 

In'tegrate, N-T>-Grt 
Integra'tion, N-T^-arslin 
Integ'rity, N-T^-Gr-T 
Integuma'tion, N-T^-G- 

MBhn 
Integ'ument, N-Ts-G- 

Mnt 
In'tellect, Nt-Ls-Kt 
Intelleo'tion, Nt - L* - 

KBhn 
Intellecfive, Nt-L^-Kt-V 
lutellectlrely, Nt-LS-Kt- 

V-i 
Intellect'ual, Nt-LO-Et-L 
lutellect'ualism, m-U^ 

Kt-Lz-M 

Intellect'ualist, Nt-L<- 

Et-Lst 
Xntelleotual'ity, Nt-U- 

Et-i-T (Nt-L'-Kt-Lt) 
Intelleot'ually, Nt-L^- 

Kt-L 
Intel'Iigence, Nt-L»-Jns 

[N-Jns«] 
Intel'ligencer, Nt-L^-J- 

Ns-B 
Interiigent, Nt-Ls-Jnt 

■ [Nt; Jnt»] 
Intelligen'tial, Nt-Ln-J- 

N-SHl 
Intelligently, Nt-LS-Jnt- 

L [Nt-Jntsii] 
IntelUgibil'ity, m-L»-J- 

Blt [N-Ja-Blt] 
Intelligible-y, Nt-LS-J- 

Bl [Nt-ja-B13 
Intel'ligibleness, ist-lf- 

J-Bl-Ns [N-J»iBs] 
Intem'peranoe, n-ts-m- 

Prns [N-T^i-Prns] 
Intem'perate, N-T»-M- 

Prt CN-T2-Prt] 
Intem'perately, II-T=-M- 

Prt-i [N-TS-Prt-i] 
Intern' perateness, tS-T'- 

M-Prt-Ns [N-T3-Prt.Ns] 
" Inten'able, N-TS-N-Bi 
Intend', Nt'-Nd, Nt-N- 

Dd2, Nt2-Nd-NG 
latend'anoy, Nt-Nd-N-S^ 
Intend'ant, Nts-Nd-Nt 
Intend'ed, Nt-N-Dd" 
Intend'er, Nt^-Ndr 
Intend'ment, Nts-Nd-Mnt 
Intenera'tion, H ■ T' 

Krshn 
Inten'sative, Nt-Ns-Tvs 
Intense', Nt^-Ns 
Intense'ly, Nt-N8-L« 
Intense'nesB, Nt^-Ns-Ne 
Inten'sify, Nt-Ns-FS, Nt- 

Ns-Faa, Nt-Ns-FS-NG 
Inten'siou, Nt^-Nehn 
Inten'sity, Nt-Ns-Ts 
Inten'sive, Nt-Ns-va 
Inten'sively, Kt-Ns-Vii-i 
Intent', Nts-Nt 
Inten'tion, Nt^-Kshn 
luten'tional-ly, Nt 

Sshn-L* 



140 

Intently, Nt-Nt-L« 
Intent'nesB, Nt»-Nt-Ns 
Inter', Nt-E», Nt-Eda, Nt- 

B2-NG . 
In'ter, Ntr' 
Interact', Ntr'-Et 
luterac'tion, Ntr'-Kshn 
Interam'nion, H-Tr'-M- 

Nn 
Interaz'al, Ntr-Es-L' 
Interax'illary, Ntr-E-sii- 

B 
Inter'calar, Mtr-E-Z.r» 
Inter'calary, mtr-K-L^-B 
Inter'calate, Ntr-E-it^, 

Ntr-E-iS-Td, Ntr-K-its- 

NG 
Intercala'tlon, Ntr - E - 

Lshn' 
Intercede', Ntrs-D', Ntrs- 

Dda, Ntrs-D»-NG 
Interced'ent, Ntrs-Dnta 
Interced'er, Ntr-sDiS" 
Intercept', Ntrs-Pts, Ntrs 

-PS-Td, Ntra-PtO' 
Intercept'er, Strs-Ptrs 
Intercep'tion, Ntrs- 

PshnS 
Interces'sion, Ntre<to' 
Interces'sor, Ntr-Ss*-B 
Interces'sory, Ntr-Ss'-B 
Interchange', Ntr-CHi- 

N-J, Ntr-CH2-N-Jd, Ntr- 

CHS-N-J-NG [Ntr-OH", 

Ntr-CHdn, Ntr-CH(-)ai 
In'tercbange, Ntr-CH»- 

N-J 
Interchangeabirity,Ntr 

-CHS-N-J-Blt [Ntr-CH"- 

Blt] 
Interchange'able-y, Ntr 

-CH»-N-J-B1 CNtr-CHi!- 

Bl] 
Interchange'ableness, 

Ntr-CH2-N-J-Bl-Ns [Ntr- 

CHSiBe] 
Intercip'ient, Ntrs-Pnt' 
Interclude', Ntr» • Kid, 

Ntr-El-Dda, Ntr«-Eld-NG 
Interclu'sion, Ntr* ■ 

Elzhn 
Intercolo'nial, TSti-K-L'- 

m 
Intercolumnia'tion,Ntr' 

-El-M-Nshn 
Intercom'mon, Ntr:N>, 

Ntr:N.-Di, Ntr:Ni-NG 
Intercom'monage, Ntr 

:N-Ji 
Intercommu'nicate, 

NtriNa-Kt 
Intercommunica'tion, 

Ntr:N2-Eslm 
Intercommun'ion, Ntr 

:Nn» 
Interoommu'nity, Ntr: 

N-T8 
Interoos'tal, Ntr-Es-T>-L 
In'tercourse, Ntr«-Krs 
Intercross', Ntr>-Ers 



INT 

Intercur'Tence, Ntr^ - 

Krzis 
Interour'rent, Ntr»-Kr-Nt 
Interdepend'ence, Ntr- 

D^-Pnd-Ns 
Interdict', Ntr-DS-Et, Ntr 

-Dii-K-Td, Ntr-D»-Et-NG 
In'terdict, Ntr-DS-Kt 
Interdic'tion, Ntr-B^- 

Eshn 
Interdict'iTe, Ntr-D'-Et- 

V 
Interdict'ory, Ntr-D8-K- 

T-« 
In'terest, Ntrsf, Ntrs- 

TdS Ntrst(-)s. See tTn- 

derstood. 
Interfa'ciaJ, Ntr-Fs-SHl 
In'terested, Ntrs-Tds 
In'teresting, NtrEt(-)' 
Interfere', Ntr-P^-R, Ntr- 

FS-iJd. Ntr-F»-B-NG 
Interfer'ence, Ntr-F^- 

Bus 
Interfer'er, Ntr-r»-Br 
Inter'fluent, Ntr-FI»-Nt 
Inter'fluous, Ntr-Fis-S 
Interful'gent, Ntr-Fs-i- 

Jnt 
Interfused', Ntr-Fzd> 
Interfa'sion, Ntr^Fzlin> 
In'terim, Ntr>-M 
Inte'rior, m-T'-R-R 
Inte'riorly, N-T3-K-i?-£ 
Interia'cence, Ntr- Js^Ns 
Interja'cency, Ntr-Js^-N- 

S 
Interia'cent, Ntr-Js^-Nt 
Interject', Ntr-J«-Kt, Ntr- 

J>-E-Td. Ntr-JS-Et-NG 
Interjec'tion, Ntr-Js- 

Eshn 
Interjec'tional, Ntr-js- 

Ksbn-L 
Interknit', Ntr«-Nt 
Interlace', Ntr-is>, Ntr- 

LsV, Ntr .tsS-NQ 
Interlard', Ntr-ird>, Ntr- 

ir>-Dd, Ntr-ird'-NG 
Interlay', Ntr-2i«, JUtr-Li- 

D, Ntr-iS-NG 
In'terleaf, Ntr-£«-P 
Interleave', Ntr-i'-V, 

Ntr-L»-Vd, Ntr-Z.»-V-NG 
Interline', Ntr-in', Ntr- 

£ndi. Ntr-in'-NG 
Interlin'eal, Ntr-i'-Nl 
Interlin'ear, Ntr-£n»-R 
Interlinea'tion, Ntr - Z.> - 

Nshn 
Interlin'ing, Ntr-in'-NG 
Interlink', Ntr-iS-NG-K, 

Ntr-i»-NG-Kt (or -NGt), 

Ntr-ia-NG-E-NO 
Interloca'tion, Ntr-i«- 

Kshn 
Interlock', Ntr-ii-K, Ntr 

£i-K-T. Ntr-Z,i-K-NG 
Interloca'tion, Ntr-i»- 

Eshn 



INT 

Interloc'utor, Ntr-£i- 

Ktr 
Interloc'utory, Ntr-i'- 

luteriope', Ntr-X»-P, Ntr- 

Z,»-Pt, Ntr-i-S-P-NG 
Interlop'er, Ntr-Z,=-Pr 
Interlu'ceut, Ntr-Zs^-Nt 
lu'teriude, Ntr-i>-D 
Interlu'nar, Ktr-iS-Nr 
Interlu'nary, Str-Ln^-R 
Intermar'riage, N-Tr'-M 

-B-3 
Intermar'ry, N-Tri-M-B, 

N-Tri-M-Bd, N-Tr>-M-fl- 

NG 
Intermed'dle, N-Trs-M- 

Dl, N-Tra-M-Dld, N-Tr2- 

-M-Dl-NG 
Intermed'dler, N-Tr«-M- 

Dl-R 
Interme'diauy, N-Tr'-M- 

D-8 
Interme'dial, N-Trs-M- 

Dl 
Interme'diary, N-Tr^-M- 

D-R 
Interme'diate, N-Tr'-M- 

Dt 
Interme'diately, N-Tr»- 

M-Dt-i 
Intermedia'tion, N-Tr^- 

M-Dshn 
Interme'dium, K-Tr>-M- 

D-M 
Inter'ment, N-Tr^-Mnt ■ 
Intermigra'tion, N-Tr'- 

M-Gralm 
Inter'mmable-y, N-Tr8- 

M-N-Bl 
Inter'minate, N-Tr>-M-N 

-T 
Intermm'gle, N-Tr»-M- 

NGl, N-Tr»-M-NGld, N- 

TrS-M-NGl-NG 
Intermis'sion, N - Tr^ - 

Mshn 
Intermis'sive, N-TrS-Ms- 

V 
Intermit', N-Tr«-Mt, N- 

Trs-M-Td, N-Tr»-Mt(-) 
Intermit'tent, N-Tr'-M- 

Tnt 
Intermiftingly, N-Tr*- 

Mt-NGl 
Intermix', N.Tr»-M-K8, 

N-TrS-M-Kst, N-Tr«-M- 

Ks-KG . 
Intermiz'ture, K - Ir^ - 

M-Estr 
Ihtermon'tane, N-Tt>- 

Miit-N 
Intermun'dane, N-Tr'- 

Mn-Dn 
Intermu'ral, N-Tr»-M-«1 
Inter'nal-iy, N-Tr«-Hl 
Intema'tional, Ntr- 

Nshn-Z,' 
Inteme'oine, Ntr'-Ns-N 
Inteme'cive, Ntr-Ns-va 



141 

Intemun'oiOiNtr-Nn-Sfls 
Interocean'ic, Ntr-SHi- 

N-K 
tnterpella'tion, Ntr-F'- 

Xshn 
Interpen'etrate, Ntr-P=- 

N-Trt 
iDterplead', Ntr-Fld^, Ntr 

P13-Dd, Ntr-Piac)" 
Interplead'er, Ntr-Pl»-Dr 
Interpledge', Ntr-Piaj. 

Ntr-Pli!-Jd, Ntr-P12-J-NG 
Inter'polate, Ntr-P»-i,t, 

Ntr-pa-£-Td. Ntr-PS-it- 

NG 
Interpola'tion, Ntr-P>- 

Zshn 
Inter'polator, Ntr-P^-itr 
Interpos'al, Ntr-PzS-L 
Interpose', Ntr-PzS, Ntr- 

Pzd2, Ntr-Pzs-NG 
Interpos'er, Ntr-PS-Zr 
Interposi'tion, Ntr- 

PzsAmS 
Inter'pret, Ntr-Prta, Ntr- 

Pr«-Td, Ntr-PrtO" 
Interpreta'tion, Ntr-Pr^- 

Tshn 
Inter'pretative, Ntr-Prt= 

-TV 
Inter'preter, Ntr-Prtr» 
Interpvinc'tion, Ntr-P>- 

NGshn 
Interreg'num, NtiS(-ii)- 

G-N-M 
Inter'rer, N-T'-Rr 
lu'terrex, Uti-R'-Ks 
Ihter'rogate, Nti^-Gt, Ntr 

■Q-ld". Ntr!-Gt-NG 
Interrogation, NtT> - 

Gshn 
Interrog'ative, Ntr-G- 

Tv> 

Interrog'atively, Ntr-G- 

T'-Vl 
Inter'rogator, Ntr^-Gtr 
Interrog'atory, Ntr-G-T> 

■R 
Interrupt', Ntr-Pt«, Ntr- 

P«-Td, Ntr-Pt(')" 
Interruptedly, Ntr-P«- 

Td-i 
Interrupt'er, Ntr-Ptra 
Interrup'tion, Ntr-Fsbn! 
Interscap'ular, ZStiBS.- 

P'-i-E 
Interscribe', Utr-sEr-B', 

Ntr-sKr-Bdi, Ntr-sKr-Bi- 

NQ 
Interse'cant, Ntrs'-Knt 
Intersect', Ntrs^-Kt, Ntrs- 

K-Tda, Ntrsi>-Kt-NG 
Intersec'tion, Ntrs'- 

Eshn 
Inte.sert', Ntrs-Bts 
Intersert'ed, Ntrs .B»-Td 
Interser'tion, Ntrs-iishn- 
In'terspace, Ntra-Ps' 
Intersperse', Ntr-sPrs>, 

Ntr-sPrsta, Ntr-sPrs'-NG 



INT 

Intersper'sion, Ntr- 

BProbnS 
In'terstate, Ntrs-Tt« 
Interstel'lar, Ntrs-T^-Z- 

B 
Interstellary, Ntrs-T-£- 

R 
In'terstice or Inter' - 

Btice, Ntrs-TB^oi-i! 
Intersti'tial, Ntrs-T»-SH1 
Interstrat'ified, Ntr - 

sTri-Tf-D 
Intertext'ure, Htr-T»- 

Kstr 
Intertrop'ical, Ntr-TrJ-P 

-El 
Intertwine', Ntr-Twn', 

Ntr-Twndi Ntr-Tvmi-NG 
Intertwist, Ntr-Twsta, 

Ntr-Tws»-Td, Ntr-Tw6t»- 

NG 
lu'terval, Ntr-vs-L 
Intervene', Ntr-Vn', Ntr- 

Vnd», Ntr-Vnu-NG 
Interven'ient, Ntr-Vn»- 

Nt 
Interven'er, Ntr-V»-Nr 
luterren'tion, Ntr - vs - 

Nshn 
Ihterver'tebral, Ntr-V~ 

iW-Br-L 
In'terview, NtivV» Nti^ 

Vd8, Ntr-V»-NG 
Intervolve', Ntr-Vi-Z-V, 

Ntr-yi-i-Vd, Ntr-V»-i,-V 

-NG 
Interweave', Ntr-wV», 

Ntr-wV8-NG 
Interwove', Ntr-wV! 
Interwoven', Ntr-wVn' 
Interwork'ing, Ntr-Wr*. 

E-NG 
Interwreathed', Ntr-a»- 

DHd 
Intes'table, N-Ts^-T-Bl 
Intes'tacy, N-TsS-T-S 
Intes'tate, N-TB»-Tt 
Intes'tinal, N-Te^-T-Nl 
Intes'tine, N-Ts'-Tn 
Inthrall', Nthr-L', Nthr- 

Ldi, Nthr-Li-NG 
Inthrall'ment, Nthr-L'- 

Mnt 
Inthrone', N-THrn*, N- 

THmdS, N-THrnS-NQ 
In'timaoy, N-T--M-S 
In'timate, N-Ts-Mt, N-T«- 

M-Td, N-T»-Mt(') 
In'timately, N-TS-Mt-i 
Intima'tion, N-T'-Mshn 
Intim'idate, N-T»-M-Dt, 

N-T»-M-D-Td, N-TS-M- 

DtC) 
Intumda'tion, N ■ T> ■ M- 

Dshn 
Intit'ule, N-T-Tia, N-T»- 

Tld, N-T'-Tl-NG 
lu'to, N-T8 

Intol'erable-y, N-ti-z-b 
-Bl 



INT 

Intorerableness, N-I>- 

i-R-Bl-Ns [:Bs] 
Intorerance, N-'X'i-Z-Bns 
Intorerant, N-Ti-i-Jtat 
Intolera'tion, N-T^-i- 

i2shii 
IntomV, N-T'-M, N-T»- 

Md, N-T8-M-NG 
In'tonate, N-TS-Nt, N-T*- 

N-Td, N-T»-Nt-NG 
Intona'tion, N-T=-NBlin 
'Intone', N-Tns, N-Tnda, 

N-Tii«-NG 
Intox'icate, Kti-Es-Et, 

Nt-KB-K-Td>, Nti-KB-Kt- 

NG 
Intozica'tion, Kt^ - Eb - 

Esha 
Intraetabil'ity, N-Tr»-Kt 

-Bl-T(or -Bit) 
Intract'able-y, N-Tr'-Kt- 

Bl 
. Intract'ableneBB, N-Tr'- 

Kt-Bl-Ns [!Bs] 
Intra'dos, N-Tr-Ds 
Intran'sitive, K-Tri-Ns- 

Tv 
. Intran'sitirely, N - Tr* - 
\ nb-t-vi 

Intransmis'sible, N - 

Tr3-6M8-B(-L) 
Intransmutabil'ity, X- 

Tr»-BMt-Bl-T 
Intronsmufable, N- 

Tr>-sMt-Bl 
In'trant, N-Tmt» 
Intreat' N-Trt« 
Intrench', N - Tr" ■ N - CH. 

N-Tr«-N-CHt, N-Trs-N- 

CH-NG 
Intrench'ment, N-Tr>-N- 

CH-Mlit 
Intrep'id, N-Tr«-Pd 
Intrepid'ity, N-Tr«-Pd-T 
Intre^'idly, NTrS-Pd-i 
In'trioaoy, K-Tri-K-S 
In'tricate,N-Ti'3Kt 
In'trioately, N-Tr>-Kt-t 
In'trieateuess, N-Tr9-Et- 

Nb 
Intrigue', N-Tr»-G; N- 

Tr«-Gd, N-Tr«-G-NG 
Intrigu'er, N-TH-Gr 
Intrigu'ery, N-Tr"-G-iJ 
Intrin'sio, N-Tr»-NB-K 
Intrin'sioal-ly, N-Tr»-Ns- 

El 
Introces'sion, N-Trsjftns 
Introduce', NtrDs», Ntr- 

Dst». Ntr-Ds»-NG 
Introdu'cer, Ntr-D^-sB 
Introduc'tion, Ktr-D>- 

Kshu 
Introduo'tive, Ntr-D'-Kt 

-V 
Introduc'tory, Ntr-D^-K- 

Intro'it, N-Tr«-T 
IntromiB'siou, N ■ Tr' - 
Hubs 



143 , 

Intromit', N-Tr3-Mt, N- 

Tr«-M-Td, N-Tr8-Mt{-) 
Introspect', Ntre-P^-Kt. 

Ntra-ps-K-Td, Ntrs-PS-Kt 

-NO 
Introspec'tion, Ntis-P!- 

EBhii 
Introspect'ive, Ntrs-ps- 

Et-V 
Introver'sion, N - Tr^- 

Vrslin 
Introvert', N-TrS-Vrt, N- 

Trs-Vr-Td, N-Tr«-VrtC) 
Intrude', N-Trds, N-Tr« 

•Dd, N-TrdC)» 
Intrud'er, N-Tr»-Dr 
Intru'sion, N-Trzhn» 
Intru'sionist, N-TrzlmS- 

5t 
Intru'sive, N-Tra«-V 
Intrust', N-Trats, N-Trs«- 

Td, N-TrBt2-NG 
Intui'tion, N-Tslm' 
Intui'tional, N-Tslma-L 
Intu'itive, N-T«-Tt 
Intu'itively, N-T«-T-V1 
Intumesce', N-TS-Mb, JT- 

'I'S-Mst, N-T»-Ms-NG 
Intumes'cenoe, m-t>-Mb 

-Ns ^ 

IntuTEes'cence, Mtr-Js*- 

Nb 
IntuBSusoep'tion, K-Tss^ 

-PBhn 
Intwine', N-Two'. N 

Twndi, N-Twn>-NG 
Intwist', N-Twst», N-Tws» 

-Td, N-Twsts-KG 
Inuen'do, N-N-D^ 
In'uline, N-in» 
Inum'brate, N-M-Brt>, 

N-M-Bra-Td. H-M-BrtC)> 
Inun'dant, N-N-Diit° 
Inun'date, N-N-Dta K-N- 

D2-Td. N-N-Dt(-)= 
Inunda'tion, N-N-Dshn' 
Inurban'ity, Nr-Bni-T 
Inure', N-E", N-Bd", N-E^- 

NG 
Inure'ment, N-Rs-Mnt 
Inurn', N-Eii«, N-Knda, 

N-RnS-NG 
Inust'ion, Ns-CHni 
Inutil'ity, N-T'-i-T 
Invade', N-Vd2, N-V»-Dd, 

N-Vds-NG 
Invad'er, N-Tdr" 
Inval'id, N-Vi-id 
In'valid, N-va-Xd 
Inval'idate, N-V>-Z-Dt. 

N-Vi-i-DTd, N-yi-i- 

DtC) 
Invalida'tion, N-Y^-X 

Dshn 
Invalid'ity, N-V»-X-D-T 
InvalldnesBi, N-Vi-Xd- 

Kb ' 

Inval'uable-y, N-V»-X-B1 
Inrariabil'ity, N-V>-ii- 

Bl-T 



mv 

Inva'riable-y, N-V»-B-B1 
Inva'riableness, N-V"-S- 

Bl-Ns t!E8] 
Inva'Bion, N-Vzhns 
Inva'sive, N-Vb^-V 
InTeo'tive, N-V^-E-Tv 
Inveo'tively, N-V^i-E-T- 

VI 
Inveigh', N-V», N-Vd«, 

N-Va-NG 
Inveigh'er, N-V-e 
Invei'gle, N-V»-G1, N-V»- 

Gld. N-V»-G1-»G 
Invei'glement, N-Y'-GI- 

Mnt 
Invei'gler, N-v»-Gl-B 
Invent', N-Vny. N-V!>-N- 

Td, N-Vnt«-NG 
Invent'ful, N-Vnts-r-L 
Invent'ible, N-Vnts-B-L 
Inven'tion, K-V'-Nslm 
Invent'lve, H-Vnt»'V 
Invent'or, N-Vntr> 
Invento'rial, N-Viit>-ii-L 
In'ventory, N-Vuts-iJ. N- 

Vnt»-Bd, M-Ynts-B-Na 
Inven'tresB, N-Ynf-fg 
InverBej n-v«-E8 
Inverse'ly, N-Y"-Bs-X 
Inver'sion, N-V'-Jishn 
Invert', N-Y2-J!et, N-Y«-s- 

Td. N-V»-iJt-NG 
Inver'tebral, N-Y«-Bt.Br- 

L 
Inver'tebrate, N-Y«-Bt- 

Brt 
Inver'tebrated, N-Y»-Bt- 

Br-Td 
Invert'ed, N-Y^-KTd 
Invert'edly, N-ys-iJ-Td- 

L 
Invert'ible, N-Y«-J!t-Bl 
Invest', N-Ysts, N-Ys'-Td, 

N-VBt«-NG 

Inves'tigable, N-Ys^-T-G 

Bl 
Inves'tigate, N-Ys<-T-at, 

N-Y8«-T-G-Td, N-Yb!-T- 

Gt-NG CN-Y8«-Gt, N-Y8>- 

G-Td, N-YsS-Gt-NG] 
Invesiiga'tion, N-Ye<-T- 

GBbn tN-YB'-Gslin] 
Inves'tigative, N-Vs^-T- 

Gt-Y N-V8»-Gt-V] 
Inves'tigator, S-Ys^-T- 

Gtr rN-YB«-Gtr] 
InveBt'iture, N-Ys^-Ttr 
Invest'ment, N-Ys^-T- 

Mnt 
Invest'or, N-Y8lr» 
Invet'eraey, N-Y'-Tr-S 
Invet'erate, N-Y«-Trt 
In vet'erately, N-Vs-Trt-X 
Invet'erateness, N - Y> - 

Trt-Ns 
Invid'ioua, N-YS-Ds 
luvid'iouBly, N-Y^-D-bS 
Invid'iousnesB, K-y<-D8- 

Ns 
Invig'ilanoe, N-V'-J-Zoi 



INV 
InTlg'ilaiioy, N-V»-J-in- 

s 
Invig'orate, N-V'-Grt, N- 

V3-&r-Td, N-V»-Grt-Na 
lavigora'tion, N - V^ - 

Grshn 
InvinoibU'ity, N-V»-Ns- 

B-it 
lavin'cible, N - V» - Ns - B 

(-L) 
Invin'oibleness, N-v^- 

Ns-Bl-Na [iBs] 
Invln'oibly, N-V»-Nb-B 

(-£) 
Inviolabil'ity, N-V»-t- 

Blt 
Invi'olable-y, N-vi-l-bi 
laTi'olablenesB, N-V'-^- 

Bl-Ns [:Bs] 
luvi'olate, S-V-Lt 
Invi'olated, N-V'-i-Td 
Invisibil'ity, N-Vz>-Bl-T 
Invis'ible-y, N-Vz»-Bl 
InTis'ibleness, N-Vz'-Bl- 

Ns [!Bs] 
Invita'tion, N-V'-Tslin 
luvi'tatory, lf-v>-T-T-K 
Invite', N-Vf, N-V»-Td, 

N-Vti-NG 
Invit'er, N-Vtri 
Invit'ingly, N-Vt'-NGl 
In'vooate, N-V»-K-T, N- 

V«-K-Td, N-Va-K-T-NG 
Invoca'tion, N-V>-Eshn 
In'TOioe, N-Vs", N-Vst», 

N-Vss-NG 
Invoke', N-va-K, N-va-K- 

T. N-Va-K-NG 
Invol'uoel or lu'volu- 

cel, N-V'or8-Ls-L 
Involu'cre, N-V^-i-Kr 
Invoruntarily, N - V> - 

£llt-tt-£ 

Invol'untariness, N-V>- 

Lnt-B-TSs 
Invol'untary, N-V»-£nt-ie 
In'volute, JS-Y'-U 
Involuted, N-V"-£-Td 
Involu'tion, N-V'-ishn 
Involve', N-V'-i-V, N-V>- 

i-Vd, N-Vl-i-V-NG 
Involv'edness, N-V»-i- 

Vd-N« 
Involve'ment, N-Vi-i-V 

-Mnt 
Invulnerabil'ity, N-V"- 

i-Nr-Bl-TCor-Blt) 
Invul'nerable, N-V»-i- 

Nr-Bl 
Invul'nerableness, N- 

va-i-Nr-Bl-Ns [iBs] 
Inwair, N-Wli, N-Wld>, 

K-Wli-NG 
In'ward, N-Wrd» 
In'wards, N-Wrdz' 
In'wardly, N-Wrds-z; 
Inweaves N-wV», N- 

wva-NG 
Inwove', N-wV» 
liiwov'en, N-wVn' 



143 

Inwork', M-WrS-K, N- Wr'- 

Kt, N-Wrs-K-NG 
In'worn, N-Wrn» 
luwrap', Nr-Pi, Nr-Pt>, 

Nr-P'-NG 
Inwreathe', N-B«-DH, N- 

«a-DHd. N-if»-DH-NG 
Inwrought', Nrt' 
I'o, i+o 

I'odate, i-Dati 
I'odid, i-Dd> 
I'odide, i-Didi 
I'odine, i-Dni 
lo'nian, i-Nn' 
lon'lc, !-Ni-K 
lo'ta, i-TS 
Ip'eoae, P»-K-K 
Ipecacuan'ha, pi-E-E-K 
IraacibU'ity, i-Bs3-B-£t 
Iras'cible, i-B8>-B-L 
Iras'cibleness, i-Bsi-B-£- 

Ks 
Iras'oibly, l-Vtf-B-L 
Irate', i-Bf 
Ire, i-B' 
Ire'fiil, i-B>-Fl 
Irides^cenoe. B'-Bs-tsb 
Irides'oent, ii^-Ds-Nt 
Irid'ium, R'-B-IS. 
I'ris, i-Es' 
I'riscope, £-E9>-K-P 
I'risli, i-B'-SH 
rrighmaa, i-Bi-SH-Mn 
I'rishism', f-B>-3I{z-M 
I'Tish M08B, i-B'-BH-Ms 
Irk', B>K 
Irk'some, Ba-E-eM 
Irk'somely, B»-K-sM-i 
Irk'someness, Ba-E-sM- 

Ns 
I'rou (i-urn), I-En', J-Bnd>, 

i-Eni-NG 
I'rou-bound, I-En'-Bnd 
Irou'ic, i-E>-N-E 
Iron'ioal-ly, i-Ei-N-Kl 
I'ron-pyrites, l-Eni-P-B- 

Tz 

I'ronsides, i-BnBi-Ds 
I'ronwood, i-Bni-Wd 
I'rouy.i-Bi-N 
Irra'oiance, £ra-Dns 
Irra'diancy, iira-DD-S 
Irra'diate, «ra-Dt, Bf-J) 

•Td, Kr«-DtC) 

See Note under the word 
Illaudable, 

Irradia'tion, Bra-Dshn 
Irra'tional-ly, JBtsim^L 
Irrational'ity, Bialm^-L- 

T 
Irreclaim'able-y, Jb&El 

-MBl 
Irrecoucsil'able, Br^,sE' 

Bl 
Irreconcil'ableness, Br^ 

!siBl-Ns 
Irreooncilia'tion, £ra 

UZshn 
Irreoov'erable^, Bra- 

^v-S-Bl 



IRR 

Irrecov'erablenesB, Bra. 

Kv-B-Bl-Hs [:Bs] 
Irredeem'able, Br^-D-M- 

Bl 
Irredu'oible, Br^-Ds-Bl 
Irrejragabil'ity, Bt'-Fr- 

G-Blt 
Irrefragable-y, Br>-rr- 

G-Bl 
Irrefutable-y or Irre- 

fut'able-y, Braor3-Ft-Bl 
Irreg'ular, Bra-G-ir [Bra 

-Gj 
Irregular'ity, Bri-G-£r-T 

CBr>-G] 
Irreg'ularly, BrS-G-Lr-i 

[Bra-G-L] 
Irrel'ative, B2-£t-v 
Irrel'evanoy, R'-L-Ta-S 
Irrel'evaut, Ba-L-Vnt 
Irrel'evantly, Ba-L-Vnt- 

L 
Irreliev'able, S'-L-V-Bl 
Irrelig'ion, B'-L- Jn 
Irrelig'ious, B^-Z-Js 
Irrelig'ioualy, B3-l,-J-s£ 
Irreme'diable-y, Era-Md 

-Bl 
Irreme'diableness, Bra- 

MdtBs 
Irremis'Bible, Bra-Ms-B 

(-L) 
IrremiB'Bibly, Bra-Ms-B 

(-i) 
Irremov'able-y, Brs-M- 

V-Bl 

Irremu'nerable, Brs-M- 

Nr-Bl 
Irreparabil'ity, Br'-Pr- 

BI-T(-Blt) 
Irrep'arable-y, Era.p-Bl 
Irrepeal'able, Bp'-P-i-Bl 
Irrepent'anoe, Br'-Pnt- 

Ns 
Irreplev'iable, Bra-Pl-V- 

Bl 
Irreplev'iBable, Br'-Pl- 

Vz-Bl 
Irreprehen'sible-y, Bra- 

Pr-Ns-BI 
Irrepress'ible, Bra-Prs- 

Bl 
Irreproach'able-y, Br»- 

Pr-CH-Bl 
Irreprov'able-y, Br'-Pr- 

V-Bl 
Irrepti'tious, Br^-P-T- 

SHa 
IrreBiBt'ance, Brzsa-Tns 
IrreBlBtibil'ity, Brzss-T- 

Bl-T(-Blt) 
Irresisfible-y, Brze'-T- 

Bl 
IrreBiBt'ibleneBS, Brzs'- 

T-Bl-Ns 
Irres'oluble, Bra-zL-Bl 
Irres'olubleneBB, Bra- 

z£-Bl-Ks 
Irres'olute, Era-z£t 
Jrrea'olutely, Bra-zLt-£ 



IRK 

Irres'oluteueas, Bt'-zLt- 

Sfa • - . 

Irresolu'tion, Bi>-zLBhn 
Irresolv'able, «r>-zL-V- 

Bl 
Irrespecfire, Sis^-P-Et- 

V 
lTrespect'ivel7, Bt^V- 

Kt-V-i 
Irres'pirable, Bte^-'B-B- 

Bl 
Irresponsibirity, Bis'- 

Vns-B-Lt 
Irrespon'sible, Rrs'-Fns- 

B-Ii [firsi-Pns] 
Irreten'tive, Brs-Tnt-V 
IiretrieTe'able-y, «r«- 

Tr-V-Bl 
Irrev'erenoe, Rrv'-Bna 
Irrev'erent, Biv'-Bat 
Irrev'erently, Biv'-BtA- 

L 
Irrevers'ible, BrvS-Bs-B- 

L 
Irrevers'lbleness, Erv^- 
. JJs-B-L-Ns [:Bs] 
IrreTers'ibly, iJry'-Hs- 

B-i^ 
Irrevooabil'ity, iZr' - V - 

K-Blt 
Irrevo'cable-y, ier»-Y-K- 

Bl 
Irrev'ocablenesBS, iJr>- 

V-K-BI-Nb CiBs] 
Ir'rigate, Br»-Gt, Kr«-G- 

Td, Br2-Gt-KG 
Irriga'tion, Bi^-Gshn 
Irrig'uous, Rr»-G-S 
Irris'ion, Bzlms 
Irritabil'ity, B»-T-B1-T 
Ir'ritable-y, ii»-T-Bl 
Ir'ritaut, iJ'-Tnt 
Ir'ritate, ie«-Tt, iJ»-T'Ta, 

iTTita'tion, fla-Tshn 
Ir'ritative, Bs-T-Tv 
Ir'ritatory, KS-T-T-B 
Irrup'tion, E^-Pahn 
Irrup'tive, Rs-Pt-V 
Is, z> 

Note.— It is added as fol- 
lows ; — to another small 
circle, whether following 
or preceding it, by making 
the circle large. (Amongthe 
examples below, see Is as, 
As is. Is seen.)— to a follow- 
ing lAe, it or to, by making 
the circle into a small loop. 
(See Is the or to. What is 
the,)— to a following there 
or their, by making the 
circle into a large loop. 
(See Is there, What is there, ) 
— and to a preceding large 
circle, or to a loop whether 
large or small, by turning 
a small circle within it. (See 
As it is. As there is, Because 
there is. 



144 



Examples: — 


•o" 

o 


Is as 
As is 


■q1^ 


Is seen 


a 


Is the or Is to 


i- 


What is the 


"o 


Is there 


b 


What is there 


^ 


As it is 


P.. 


As there is 


-*=> 


Because there is 



The circles and loops 
when standing alone are 
always made by a motion 
from the right over to the 
left; and both circles and 
loops should be commenced 
at the top. 
Fsagon, i-S>-Gn 
Ischiat'ic, 8>-K-T-E 
I'siiiglass, i-Zi-NG-Gls 
Islam, Zl»-M 
Is'lamism, Zl^-Mz-U 
Islamit'ic, Zl^-Mt-E 
Isl'and, r-Zndi 
Isrander, i-Xndri 
Isle, i-£> 
Isl'et,i-it» 
Ism, Z'-M 

iVbte.— The termination 
•ism is written both Z-M 
and zM according to which 
makes the best junction 
with the previous portion 
of the outline. 
IsochTomat'ic, :-si-Er- 

Mt-K 
Isoch'ronal, i-S^-Kr-Nl 
Isoch'Touism, i-Si - Er 

Nz-M 
Isoch'ronous, i-Si-Er-Ns 
Isooli'nal, i-S'-Kl-Nl 
Isoge'otherm, i-s^-J 

THr-M 
IsogeotheTm'al, i-S^-J- 

THr-M-£ 
Is'olate, S>-£t, S9-X-Td, 

S»-itNG 
Isola'tion, 83-£shn 
Isomer'ic, i-ss-M-iS-K 
Isom'erism, i-8'-M-B-zM 
Isomet'rio, I-S»-Mtr-K 
Isomet'rical, !-SS-Mtr-Kl ^ 
Isomor'phism, Si-M-S- 

Fz-M 
IsomoT'pliouB, Si-M-ii- 

Fs 
Isop'athy, i-B'-P-TH 
IsoperlmetMcal, i-S^-Pr- 

Mtr-Kl 



Isoperim'etry, I-S»-Pr 

M-Tr 
Isos'celes, \-S^-Lz 
raotherm, i-Si-THr-M 
Isotherm'al, l-S^-THr 

■ULL 
Isoton'ic, i-S'-T-N-K 
Is'rael, Z' -iJl 
Is'raelite, Z^ -Kl-T 
Israelit'id, z»-iJl-T-K 
Is'raelitish, z»-£l-T-SH 

or Z> -Alt-SH 
Is'suable, SH^.bi 
Is'sue, SB>, SHds, SH>-Na 
Isth'mus, SS-Ms or Sta-Ms 
It, 1?9, and sometimes by 

halving; thus. 
Which It, CHt> 
Of it, Vti 
On it, Nti 
Ital'ian, Ti-£n 
Ital'iauize, T<-in-Z, Ti- 

Xn-Zd, Ti-£ii-Z.NG 
Ital'io, T»-i-K 
Ital'icize, T'-isz, Ti-£sz- 

D, T'-isz-NG 
Itoh, CH». CHt», CH3-NG 
Itoh'y, CB» 

It'em, f-T>-M, i-Ti-Md, i- 
' T>-M-NG 
It'erant, T»-fint 
It'erate, TS-itt, TS-B-Td, 

TS-Bt-NG 
Itera'tion, T'-Bshn 
It'erative, T»-Bt-v 
Itin'eracy, i-T«-Nr-S 
Itin'erancy, i-T»-Nr-N-S 
Itin'erant, i-T»-Nmt 
Itin'erary, i-T»-Nr-B 
Itin'erate, i-T>-Nrt, i-T"- 

Nr-Td, M»-Nrt-NG 
Its, Ts', and by the halv- 
ing principle and the <- 
circle; thus. 
Of its, Vts> 
On its. Kts> 
IfitB. Ftss 
Itself, TS-si-F [TsS] 
I'vied, i-Vdi 
I'vory, i-yi-B 
I'vory-blaok, i- V'-B-Bl-K 
I'vory-nut, I-V>B-Nt 
I'vy, i-Vi 
Iz'zard, Zrd^ 



J. 



J, the tenth letter of the 
Alphabet, in English words 
represents the sound of ^', 
as heard in j'03/, ^'aj/, jaw, 
etc. 

In the common spelling 
the sound otj is often rep- 
resented by ^, dff or dgtj as 
in ^em, edging, eagtt etc 



JAB 

Jabljer, J»-Br, Ji-Brd, J>- 

Br-NG 
Tab'berer, J>-Bt-B 
Ja'cent, Js'-Nt 
Ta'clnth, JsS-N-TH 
Jack, Ji-E 
Jack-at-all-trades, Ji-Et 

-L-Tidz 
Jack-a-lan'tem, Ji - K - 

Xnt-Bu 
Jack-a-dan'dy, Ji-K-Dn- 

D 
Jack'al, Ji-El 
J'ack'alent, Ji-E-£nt 
Jack'anapes, J>-e-N-Fb 
Jack'ass, J>-Es 
Jack'bootB, Ji-E-Bts 
Jack' daw, Ji-E-B 
Jack'et, J>-Et 
Jack' -ketch, Ji-K-E-CH 
Jack'knife, Ji-E-N-F 
Jaok'-plaae, Ji-K-Pln 
Jack'-pudding, Jl-E-P- 

D-NG 
Jaok'-Borew, Ji-E-sKr 
Jack'-staff, Ji-Es-Tf 
Jack'-stays, Ji-Es-Tz 
Jaok'-straw, J'-K-sTr 
Jaok'-towel, Ji-E-T-L 
Jac'obin, J'-E-Bn 
Jac'obine, J<-E-Bn 
Jacobin'io, ja-E-Bn-E 
Jacobin'ical, J'-E-B-N- 

El 
Jac'obinisin, Ji-E-Bn-Z- 

M [-B-zM] 
Jac'obite, Ji-E-Bt 
Jaoobit'io, J»-K-Bt-K 
Jacobit'ical, Js-E-Bt-Kl' 
Jac'obitism, J'-E-Bt-zM 
■Ta'oob's-ladder, Js-K-B- 

zL&T 

Jaco'bus, Js-E-Bs 
Jac'onet, Ji-E-Nt 
Jao'quard, J>-Erd 
Jactita'tion, J^-Et-Tshn 
Jao'ulate, Ji-E-it, J»-E- 

£-Td. Ji-E-it-NG 
it acula'tion, js-E-Zehn 
Jao'ulatory, Ji-K-it-iJ 
Jade, Jd2. J3-Dd, J«-D-SrG 
Jad'iBh, Jd2-SH 
Jag, Ji-G 
Jagg, Ji-G, Ji-Gd, Ji-G- 

NG 

Jag-ged, J>-Gd 
Jag'gedneas, J'-Gd-Na 
Jag'ger, J'rGr 
Jag'gy, J'-G 
Jaguair, Ji-Gr 
Jab, J» 
Jail.ja-L 

Jail'bird, J'-L-Brd » 
Jail'er, Jii-i-B 
Jail'-fever, J^-i-F-Vr 
Jakes, J2-Ea 
Jal'ap, Ji-i-P 
Jal'ousie, j>-£-S 
Jam. Jl.U, Jl'Md, Ji-M- 
NG 



143 

Jamb, Ji-M 

Jan'gle, J>-NG-G1, Ji-NG- 

Gld, J'-NG-Gl-NG [Ji- 

NGl, Ji-NGld, J'-NGl'- 

NG] 
Jan'gler, Ji-NG-Gl-R 
Jan'itor, Jntr^ 
Jan'izary, J>-Nz-B 
Jau'seuism, Jnsi-Nz-M 
Jan'senist, Jnsi-N-St 
Jant'ily, J'-N-T-i 
Jant'y, Ji-N-T 
Jant, Jnti 
Jan'uary, J'-N-JB [Ji-N. 

See Jime.] 
Japan, Ji-Pn, J'-Pnd, Ji- 
• Pn-NG 

Japanese', Js-P-Nz 
Japan'ner, J'-P-Nr 
Japhet'io, JP-T-E 
Jar, Ji-R, Ji-Bd, Ji-B-NG 
Jar'gon, Jri-Gn 
Jargonelle', Jr^-G-N' 
Jas'mine, J>-zMii 
Jas'per, Js'-Pr 
Jaun'dice, JJ-N-Ds 
Jaun'diced, Ji-N-Dst 
Jaunt, J^nti, Ji-N-Td, 

Jnti-KG 
Jaun'tily, Ji-N-T-i 
Jaun'tiuess, Ji-N-T-Ns 
Jaun'ty, Ji-N-T, Ji-N-T- 

B, Ji-N-Tst 
Javanese', Jt>-Hz 
Jav'el, Ji-Vl 
Jave'lin, Ji-Vln 
Jaw, Ji, Jdi, J»-NG 
Jaw'-bone, J'-Bn 
Jaw'-tooth, JI-tTth 
Jay, J" 

Jeai'ous, J'-Xs 
Jeal'ously, J^-Zs-i 
Jeal'ousuess, l^-La-TSa 
Jeal'ousy, 3^-L-s 
Jean, Jn^ 

Jeer, JS-K, J=-Hd, JS-ie-NG 
Jeer'er, J»-B-Je 
Jeer'mgly, J«-«-NGI 
Jeho'vah, Jii-H-V [JS-V] 
Jeho'vist, J»-H-V6t [js- 

Vst] 
JehoTJst'io, Js-H-Vs-T-K 

[J»-Vs-a'-E] 
Jejune', J»-Jn 
Jejune'ly, J»-J-NI 
Jejune'ness, J3. Jq-kb 
Jel'lied, ja-z-D 
Jeny, r-L 
Jel'ly-fish, Js-i-r-SH 
Jen'net, JS-Nt 
Jen'neting, J«-Nt-NG 
Jeu'ny, J2-N 
Jeop'ard, J^-Prd, JS-Pr- 

Dd, .I2-Prd(-) 
Jeop'ardi^e, JS-Pr-Dz, 

J2-Pr-Dzd, J2-Pr-D?-NO 
Jeop'ardous, J'-Pr-Sa 
Jeop'ardy, J«-Pr-D 
Jer'boa, Jr^-B 
Jereed',J>-£-]9 



JOC 

Jeremi'ad, Jr^-M-D 
Jerk, Jr8-E, Jr2-Et, Jr«-K- 

NG 
Jerk'er, Jr^-Er 
JerTtin, Jr^-En 
Jer'sey, Ji-a-Z 
Jess, Jb' 
Jes'samine, J'-bMd 

Jest, J8t2. J2-STd, J6t«-NG 

Jes'ter, JBtr^ 
Jeat'ingly, JsP-NG-L 
Jes'uit, J!-zT 
Jesuit'ic, J»-zT-K 
Jesuit'ical-ly, J»-zT-Kl 
Jes'uitism, J'-zT-zM 
Jet, Jt2, J!-Td. Jta-NG 
Jet-d'eau', ZH'-D 
Jett'eau, j^t 
Jet'sam, Jt'-sM 
Jet'son, Jts>- N 
Jet'ty, J8-T 
Jew J» 

Jew*el, Js-L, J3-Ld, Js-L- 
NG 

Jew'eler, Js-z-R 
Jew'elry, JS-i-iJ 
Jew'ess, Js-s 
Jew'lsh, Js-SH 
Jew'ry,Js-ie 
Jew's'-harp, J'-zR-P 
Jez'ebel, J"-zB.L 
Jib, ja-B 

Jib'boom, J».B-B-M 
Jibe, J'-B, Ji-Bd, J'-B-NG 
Jiffy, ja-F 
Jig, JB-G 
Jig'ger, J»-Gr 
Jig'gle, Js-GI 
Jin, J8-I, 

Jill'flirt, J'-i-Fl-Bt 
Jilt, J»-Lt, J3-i-Td, ja-it- 

NG ■ 
Jim'my, Ja-M 
Jimp, ja-MP 
Jin'gle, Ja-NG-Gl, ja-NG- 

Gld, ja-NG-Gl-NG tJa. 

NGl, Ja-NGld, ja-NGl- 

NG] 
Jin'go, Js-NG-G 
Jin'nee, ja-H 
Job, J'-B. Ji-Bd, Ji-B-NG 
Job'ber, J'-Br 
Job'bemowl, J'-Br-Nl 
Job'bing-liouse, Ji-B- 

NG-Hs 
Job'bing-store, J' - B - 

NGstr 
Jock'ey, J<-K, J>-Ed, JL 

E-NG 
Jock'eyism, J'-e-zM 
Jocose', J'-Eb 
Jooose'ly, Js-K-sL 
Jocose'ness, J'-Es-Ks 
Joeos'ity, J>-Eb-T 
Joc'ular, J'-Kl-E 
Jocular'ity, Ji-El-K-T 
Joc'ularly, J>-E1-J!1 
Joc'und, Ji-End 
Jocun'dity, Js-End-T 
Joo'iindly. Ji-End-£ 



JOO 

Joo'andness, Ji-End-Nu 
Jog, J'-G, J»-Gd, J'-G-NG 
Jog'ger, Ji-Gr 
Jog'gle, Ji-Gl, Ji-Gld, Ji. 

Gl-NG 
Jog'-tarot, Ji-G-Trt 
Johan'ties, J'-H-Nz 
John-Do'ry, Jns-D- JB 
John'uy-caKe, J'-N-K-K 
Join, Jni, Jndi, Jii>-IIG 
Join'der, JndT> 
Joln'er, J'-Nr 
Join'ery, J'-Nr 
Joint, Jnt>, J>-N-Td, Jnt>. 

NO 
Joint'er, Jntri 
Joiut'iug-rule, JnU-NG- 

£1 
Jointly, Jnti-L 
Joint'ress, Ji-N-Tis 
Joint'-stock, Ji-NtB-T-E 

Joint'-stool, Ji-Nts-T-L 
Joiut-ten'ano7, Jnti-In 

N-S 
Joint-ten'ant, Jnt'-Tn-Nt 
Joint'ure, Jntri, Jnt'-Bd, 

JntrJ-NG 
Joist, Jsti, Ji-sTd, Jsti- 

NG 
Joke, Js-K, ja-Kt, JS-K- 

NG 
Jok'er, J2-Kr 
Jok'ingly, ja-K-NGl 
Jole, J'-L 
JoUiflca'tion, j:-L-F- 

EEhn 
Jol'lily, s^-L-L 
Jol'liness, Ji-£-Ks 
Jol'lity, J«-£-T 
Jol'ly, J>-i, Jt-£-B, Ji-£st 
Jol'ly-boat, J>-i;-Bt 
Jolt, Js-Lt, Ji-i-Td, Ja-it- 

NG 
Jolt'er, ja-itr 
Jolt'bead, j:-Lt-Hd 
J'on'quil, J'-N-Kw-L 
Jo'ram, J"-B-M 
Joss'-stick, Ji-ssT-E 
Jos'tle, Js^-L, Js>-Ld, Jb>- 

I.-NG 
Jos'tler, 0'>-s£-B 
Jot, Jti. Ji-Td, Jtl-NG 
Jounce, JdbI, Jnet>, JnaL 
• NG 

Jour'nal, Jr^.K! 
JouT'nal-book, Jr'-Nl- 

B-E 
Jour'nal-box, Jr«-Nl-B- 

Ks 
Jour'nalism, Jr^-Nlz-M 
Jour'nalist, Jr'-Nlst 
Joumalis'tio, Jrs-Nls-T- 

K 
Jour'nalize, Jr«-Nlz, Jr'- 

Nlzd, Ji*-Nlz-NG 
Tour'ney, Jr»-N, Jr«-N-D, 

JrS-N-NG 
Jour'neyer, Jr«-N-B 
JouT'neyman. J?»-N-Mn 



146 

Jour'ney-work, Jr^ - N. 

Wr-K 
Jove, Jv2 
Jo'vial-ly, J«-V1 
Jovial'ity, Ji-Vl-T 
Jo'rialneas, J>-V1-Nb 
Jo'vialty, J«-V1-T 
Jowl, J«-L 
Jowl'er, J2ori-i-B 
Joy, Ji. Jd>, Ji-NO 
Joy'ance, Ji-Ns 
Joy'fiil, J>-fl 
Joy'fulnesB, J» - Fl - Ne 

tJ' :rs) 
Joy'lesB, Ji-Zb 
Joy'lessly, Ji-£s-£ 
'Joy'lessnesB, Ji-i^B-Ns 

[J'iis] 
Joy'ous, J'-S 
Joy'ouBly, J'-Sl 
Joy'ousness, J>-S-Ns 
Ju'bilant, JS-Blnt 
Jubila'te, J^ori-B-L-T 
Jubila'tion, J<-B-j:slin 
Ju'bilee, JH-B-i 
Juda'ic, JS-D-K 
Juda'ical-ly, J^-D-El 
Ju'dalsm, ja-D-zM 
Ju'daist, JS-Det 
Ju'daize, J3-DZ, J^-Dzd, 

ja-Dz-NG 
Ju'daizer, ja-D-Zr 
Judge, J«-J, Js-J-D, J»-J- 

NG 
Judg'er, J2-Jr 
Judge'snip, j'-l-SH-v 

[ja-JiSHJ 
Judg'ment, J'-J-Mnt 
Judg'ment-dayj J' - J - 

Mnt-D 
Judg'meut-aeat, J'-j- 

Mnts-T 
Ju'dioative, Jd»rKt-V 
Ju'dioatory, Jd»-K-T-B 
Ju'dicature, Jd>-E-OHT 
Judi'cial, Jd^-SHl 
Judi'cially, Jd»-SH1 
Judi'oiary, SA'-SBi 
Judi'cious, Jd^-BHs 
Judi'ciously, Jd»-SHB-£ 
Judi'ciousnesB, Jd>-SHB- 

Ms 
Jug, J2-G. J»-Gd, J9-G-NG 
Jug'gle, ja-Gl, JLGld, J«- 

Gl-NG 
Jug'gler, J2-G1-E 
Jug'glery, J^Gl-ii 
Ju'gular, J3-01-B 
Juice, Jb" 
Juice'less, J^-bXb 
Jui'cineBs, Js-S-Xs 
Jui'cy, ja-8. J»-8-B, J>-SBt 
Ju'iube, J>-J-B 
Ju'lep, J»-i-P 
Ju'lian, J>-£n 
July;, Ji-i 
Ju'mart, J>-M-fit 
Jum'blfl, ja-M-Bl. ja-M- 

Bld. ja-M-Bl-NG ' 
Jum'bler, ja.M-Bl-B 



JUT 
Jump, ja.ii.p j:.Mt J3. 

M-P-NG 
Jum'per, ja-M-Pr 
Jump'-seat, J^-M-Pb-T 
Jun'oate, ja-NG-Et 
Junc'tion, ja-NGshn 
Junct'ure, ja-N(Mr 
June, Jna. See January/ 
June'ating, ja-Nt-NG 
Jun'gle, ja-NG-Gl 
Jun'ror, J»-Np 
Juniority, Ji-Nr-T 
Ju'niper, ja-N-Pp 
Junk,J2-NG-E 
Junk'et, Ja-NG-Kt, Ja-NG- 

K-Td, ja-NG-Et-NG 
Ju'no, ja-N 
Jun'ta, ja-N-T 
Ju'piter, Ja-Ptr 
Jupon', Ji-Pji 
Juras'ic, JI-Sb-K 
Jurid'ic, ja-A-D-E 
JuTld'ioal-ly, 3'-li-:D-Xl 
JuriBcon'Buli, J>-J?B !B£t 
JuriBdic'tion, Jra -bS - 

Eehn [Jra-BDBlm] 
JuriBdio'lional, J;*-8D- 

Eb1iii-£ [Jra-eiDBbn-Ll 
JuriBdic'tiTe, Jra-sD-Et- 

V 
Jurispru'dence, Jrsa-Pp- 

DnB [Jra-BF-DDB] 
JuriBpru'dent, Jrsa-Pr- 

Dut 
JuriBpruden'tial, Jrs'i- 

Pr-D-N-SHl [Jra-BP-Dn] 
Ju'rlst, J'^Bst 
Ju'ror, J'-B-S 
Ju'ry, ja-K - 
Ju'ry-box, J^-R-'B-Ka 
Ju'ry-man, J'-S-Mn 
Ju'ry-men, J'-RiNv.' 
Ju'ry-maat, ja-B-MBt 
Just, jBta 
Jus'tice, ja-sTs 
JuB'ticeBhip, J^sla-sB'- 

P [Ja-6Ts:8H] " !■': 
Justi'ciable, J^-sT-Sfl'-Bl 
Justi'ciar, Js-sT-SHr 
JuBti'oiary, ja-sT-Sffp • 
Jus'ti&able-y, Jsta-F-BI 

[JsS-F-Bl] 
Jus'tiflablenesBj 3'sta-l'- 

Bl-Ns [Js'-rSBB] 
Justiflca'tion; Jst«.I"> 

Kshn [j8>-P-KBhn] 
Jus'tificative, jBt»-P-K- 

Tv 
Jus'tifloatOT, Jsta-r-Ktf 
Jus'tiflcatory, jBta-P-E- 

T-K 
Jus'tlfler, Jsta-P-B 
Jus'tify, Jsta-F, Jst>-ra, 

jBta-F-NG [Jsa-P, Jfia-Fd, 

Jsa-F-NG] 
Jus'tle, Jsa-L, Jsi-Ld, Js>- 

L-NG 
Just'ly, J'-al-L [ja-s£] 
Just'nesB, JstLNs 
7Ht,Jrta,ja.Td,Jt>-Ne 



JUT 

Jute, Jt» 
Jut'ty, J»-T 
Juvenes'ceuce, Jv» - Ns - 

Ns 
Juvenes'cent, Jv2-Ns-Nt 
Ju'venile, Jv»-n-l 
Ju'venileneBs, Jv>-N-L- 

Ns 
Juv enil'ity, Jy'-TS-L-T 

(Jts-N-M) 
Juxtapos'it, Ji-Es-T-Fz- 

T, J'-Ks-T-P«-Td, Ji-Ks- 

T-Pz-T-NG 
Juxti^pOBi'tiOIl, J'-Eb-T- 

PzfAn 






E, tbe eleTentb letter of 
fhe Alphabet, invariably 
represents the sound of k, 
as beard in keel, kind, X;ing, 
etc. 

K, at tbe beginning of 
words, before n, is silent, 
as in ftnack, Anew, Aiuow, 
etc. 

In the common spelling 
c is often used to represent 
the sound of k; as in cane, 
came, cool, cap, etc. 

In many words ch has the 
sound of 2;; as in cAaos, 
cAord, cAasm, etc. 
Kail, E-L> 
Eai'ser, E-Zr> 
Ealei'doscope, El-Di- 

sK-P 
Karendar, Kl>-Ndr(or 

Klndri) 
Eal'enda, E-£nds> 
Ka'li, E-Z> 
Ka'lif, K-Zfi-T 
Ea^um, E .{.s-M 
Eal'mia, E-L'-M 
Ealoy'er, E-i.'-B 
Earsomiue, EU-sMn 
Eam'sin, E'-Ms-N 
Kanak'a, Ei-N-E 
Kangaroo', E^-KO-Gr 
Kant'ian, Enti-N 
Ka'olin, K-Ln' 
Ka'rob, K-B^-B 
Ka'tydid,K-T«-Dd 
Eaw, El 
Kay'ak, E^-E 
Kayle, E-W 
Keb'lah, E-B'-/; 
Keck, ES-E, E-E-TS, ES-E 

-NG 
Keckle, E'-El, E^-Eld, 

K2-K1-NG 
Keck'sy, E-E-S^ 
Kedge, KJ», K-3d', E-Ji- 

NG 

EedK'er,E-JT> 



147 

Keek, E^-E 

Keel, E-L«, E-Ld3, E-L»- 

NG 
Keel'age, K-L'-J 
Keel'-boat, E-iS-Bt 
Keel'er, E-i.rs 
Keel'haul, K-Ln-m, K-L'- 

Eld, E-ia-Hl-NG 
Keeriug, E-Lo-JStG 
Keel'man, E-L>- Mn 
Keel'son, E-Ls--N 
Keen, En». E»-Nr, En-Sts 
Keen'ly, E^-Nl 
Keen'ness, En>- Ns 
Keep, E-P8, E-P«-NG 
Keep'er, E-Pr^ 
Keep'ership, E-Pr«-Sif 

[E-PrSiSB] 
Keep'ing-room, E-P>- 

NG-K-M 
Keep'sake, e-f^-sE 
Keeve, Ev^ 
Keg, E2-G 
Kelp, E-i«-P 
Kelp'ie, E-Z'-P 
Kelt, E-Lt' 
Kel'ter, E-Ltr« 
Ken, En^ End>, En^-NG 
Ken'dal-greeu, End-X.^- 

Grn 
Ken'nel, E>-N1, E<-Nld, 

E2iNl-NG 
Ke'no, E«-N 
Ken'tle, E-Nt-La 
Kentaedge, Knt-L'-} 
Kept, E-Pt2 
Ker'chief, Er-CHfs 
KerJf, K-ttf 
Ker'mes, E^-Mz 
Kern, K-Bu', E-Bnda, E- 

Ka'-'SG 
Ker'nel, ErS-Nl 
Ker'oseue, E-fisS-N 
Ker'sey, K-E*-Z 
Ker'seymere, E-JZ'-Z-M- 

B 
Kes'tral, E-sTr'-L 
Ketch, E-CH> 
Ketch'up, E-CH«-P 
Ket'tle, E-Tl* 
Ket'tle-dxum, E-Tis-Dr- 

M 
Ket'tle-pin, E-Tis-Pn 
Kex, ES-Es 
Key, E8, E-D», E'-NG 
Key'age, E-Ja 
Key'-board, E»-Brd 
Keyed, E-p» 
Key'-hole, E'-Hl . 
Key'-note, K»-Nt 
Key'-seat, Ks'-T 
Key'-stone, Ks»-Tn 
Kha'lif, E-iS-F 
Khan, En> 
Khan'ate, En-Ti . 
Khedive', E-Dvs 
Kibe, E-Bi 
Kibifka, E-Bt'-E 
Kick, K».E, K-E-T», E»-E- 

KG 



KIN 

Kick'er, Ea-Er 
Kick'shaw, E-E-SH' 
Kid, E-D» 
Kiddle, E-D13 
Kid'dy, E-D», E-Dd^, K- 

D»-NG 
Kid'dling, E-D1«-NG 
Kid'nap, Ed-N-ps, Ed-N- 

Pta. Ed-N-PS-NG 
Kip'napper, Ed-N-Pr> 
Kid'ney, E-DS-N 
Kid'ney-beau, E-D^-N- 

Bn 
Kirderkin, El-Dr^-En 
Kill, E-L", E-Lds, E-Ii"- 

NG 
Kill'dee, E-£!>-I> 
Kill'deer,E-£s-Dr 
Kill'er, E-2,r» 
Killikinick% E-IAErN-E 
Kiln, E-L» 
Kilu'-dry, E-is-Dr 
Kirogram, K-L^-Qi-Vi 
Kilonter, El-/.tr> 
Kilom'eter, El>-Mtr 
KlloBtece', E-Zs^-TtS 
Kilt, E-Lt> 
Kil'ter, E-£tr» 
Kim'bo, E-M-B8 
Kin, En> 
Kind, End', Endr>, End- 

Sti 
Kind'-hearted, KAi^-B- 

Td 
Kind'-heartedness, 

End>-ii-Id-Ns 
Kin'dle, E-Nd-L», E-Nd- 

Ld», E-Nd-L8-NG 
Kin'dler, E-Nd-ir" 
Kind'liness, End-£i-Ns 
Kind'ly, End-Z,>, End-Z*- 

B, End-£sti' 
Kind'ness, End'-Ns 
Kin'dred, End-£d> 
Kine, Eni 
Kine'-pox, Eni-F-Es 
King, E»-NG 
King'bird, E-NG-Brd« 
King'-erab, E«-NG-Er-B 
King'craft, E»-NG-Erft 
King'cup, E-NCt-E-Pa 
King'dom, E-NG-DS-U 

LE8J 
King'fish, K-TSa-V'-SH 
King'fisher, E-HG-r«- 

SHr 
King'-killer, Es-NG-E- 

Lt 
King'liness, ES-NOl-Ns 
KingMike, E»-NG-i-E 
King'ly, E»-NG1, E-NGl- 

B8, E«NGlst 
King'-post, E«-NG-Pst 
King's'-Bench, Es-NGz- 

B-N-CH 
King's'-evil, E'-NGz-V-L 
King'shlp, E-NG-SHS-P 

[K»-NO!SH] 
Kink. E»-NG-E, ES-NGt, 

Ka-NG-E-NG 



KIN 

Kinnikfnio , K'-N-K-N-K 
Ki'no, Ki-N 
Kins't'olk, K-Nz-F'-K 
Kiu'ship, Kn-8H»-P 
Kins'mEui, Enz^-Mn 
Klns'woman, Enz-W>- 

Mn 
Kiosk', E'Si-E 
Kip, K-P» 
Kip'per, K-Pr», K-Prd», 

K-PrS-NG 
Kip'-skin, E-ps-sEn 
Kirk, Ei'ii-E 
Kirk'man, Er'-E-Mn 
Kirsch'wasser, Er-SHs- 

Ws-R 
Kir'tle, ErtL« 
Kiss, Ks3, Est", Es'-NQ 
Kiss'er, E-sR" 
Kias'lng-oomfit, Es>-NG 

!rt 
KisB'ing-crust, Es'-NG- 

Erst 
Kit, Et» 

Kit'-oat, K-T'-Kt 
Kitch'en, E-CHii> 
Kite, Eti 

Kito'-flying, Kt-Fl»-Na 
Kith, E-THs 
Kit'ten, Et»-ir, Et»-Nd, 

Kts-N-NG 
Kit'ti-wake, K-Ts-W-K 
Kleptoma'nia, El-Pt'-U- 

N 
Klick, El'-E 
Knab, N-B>, N-Bd», N-B>- 

NG 
Knack, N>-E 
Kuack'er, N'-Er 
Knag, N»-e 
Knag'gy, Ni-G 
Knap, N-P», N-Pt', N-Pi- 

NG 
Knap'ple.N-Pl' 
Knap'sack, N-pi-eE 
Knar, N-Ri 
Knari, N-fil> 
Knarled, N-£ld> 
Knave, N-V^ 
Knav'ery, K-V8-JJ 
Knav'iBh, JST-VS-SH 
Knar'ishly, V-y'-Sm 
Knav'ishneaB, H-Y'-SB- 

N8 

Knead, N-D'," N-Dfls, N-D> 

-NG 
Knead'ez, N-Dr' 
Knead'iug-trough, N- 

D'-NG-Trf 
Knee, y 
Kneed, N-D» 
Knee'-deep, S'D-v 
Knee'-high, N»-H 
Knee'-joint, N»-Jnt 
Kneel, N-L«, N-Lda,K-L» 

NG 
Kzfeel'er, N-ir« 
Knee'-pan, N»-Pii 
KneU, N-L», H-Ld», NL». 

Ma 



148 

Knelt, N-Lt> 

Knew, NX, with tick joined 

finally in the direction of 

CH. 
Knick'uaok, N»-E-N-E 
Knife, N-F' 
Knife'-tray, N-F'-Tr 
Knight, Nti, N-Td«, Nti- 

NG 
Knight-er'rant, N-T=- 

£nt 
Knight-er'antry, N-T»- 

RntB 
Knight'hood, N-Ti-Hd 
Knight'liness, Nt-L'-Ns 
Knight'ly, Nt-Li 
Knit, Nta, N-Td», Nts-NG 
Knit'ter, Ntr». 
Knit'ting, Nt»-NG 
Knit'ting-needle, W- 

NG-N-Dl 
Knives, N-Vz» 
Knob, N-Bi 
Knob'bineBS, N-B'-Ns 
Knol)T>y, N-Bi 
Knock, N>-E, N»-Et, N'- 

E-NG 
Knock'down, N-E-Dni 
Knock'er, Ni-Er 
Knock'-kneed, N'-E-Nd 
Knoll, N-Ls 
Knop, N-Pi 

Knot, Nti, N-Td>, Nti-NG 
Knot'-grass, Nt>-6rs 
Knot'tmess, N-T'-Ns 
Knot'ty, N-T', N-T>-E, N- 

Tsti 
Knout, St' 
Know, Na. NS-SG 
Know'able, N-Bl' 
Know'est, N-St« (or Nst") 
Know'ingly, E>-NG1 
Knowl'edge, Nl-Ji [N- 

Known, Nn« 
Knuck'ie, N^-El, N^-Eld, 

N2-E1-NG 
Knur, N-Ri! 
Knurl, N-£19 
Knurl'y, N-«ls, N-BIS-JJ, 

N-Blst« 
KoOialt, E-Blt: 
Ko'bold or Kob'old, E- 

Bld« 
Ko'peck, E-pa-E 
Ko'ran, E-iin< 
Kon'miB, E3.M8 
Kowtow', E-T« 
Kraal, Er-L' 
Kra'ken, Er^-En 
Krem'lin, Er-M-£n> 
Kre'osote, Ers-I> 
Krul'ler, Er-£r» 
Ku'flo, E-F"-K 
Ku'miss, E>-Ma 
Ky'anize, Ei-Nz, E>-Nzd. 

E'-Nz-NG 
Kyriolog'io, S-iii-£-J-E 
Kyriolog'ioal, K-B'-L-J^ 

El 



LAC 



L. 



L, the twelfth letter of the 
Alphabet, always represents 
the sound of I as heard in 
iay, lay, feeZ, etc. 

LI, like other doable let- 
ters, generally has the 
sound of single {, as in tall, 
call, {nlly, Llajaa, etc. Bee 
remarks under Bb and JZ- 
laudable, 

L is sometimes silent, as 
in ta2k, wa^k, etc. 
Xia (lah), L^ 
Iia (law). £1 
Lab'arum, Xi-Br-M 
Labefao'tion, ix - B - F - 

Eshn 
Iia'bel, Z=-B1, X«-Bld, i«- 

Bl-NG 
Xiabeiaum, L'-S-L-tt 
Iia'bent, L'-Snt 
Iia'bial, Z'-B-L 
Iia'biate, i»-B-T 
Iia'biated, i^-B-Td 
Ijablodent'al, ifl-'B-IMr 

L 
La'bor, £«-Br, X^Brd, i»- 

Br-NG 
Iiab'oratoiy, L^-'Bit-B 
Iia'borer, L*-Br-B 
Iiabo'riouB, X^-B-Kb 
Ijabo'riously, X>-B-B-s£ 
liabo'riouBnesB, X> - B - 

Bb-Sb 
Iia'borBome, X>-Br-sM 
Lab'yrinth, ii-Br-N-TH 
Iiaby rinth'ian, X> • Br - 

N-THn 
Iiabyrinth'ic, X'-Br-N- 

TH-K 
Iiabyrinth'ical, XS-Br-N- 

TH-El 
Iiabyrinth'ine, X<-Br-N- 

THn 
Iiae, X>-E 

Iiace, Lb', Xst3,'XB>-NO 
Ziace'-maker, Xsi-U-Er 
Iiac'erable, Xsi-ii-Bl 
Iiac'erate, Xs>-iit, Xs>-S- 

Td. Xs'-«t-NG 
Iiacera'tion, Lifl-Rabn 
Iiac'erative, £si-£t-v 
Iiacer'ta, Lb'-B-T 
Iiace'-woman, Xs'-W-Mn 
Ijache, Xi-CH 
Ziach'eB, Xi-CHz 
Iiach'rymal, X'-Er-Ml 
Iiaoh'rymary, X'-Er-M. 

B 
Iiach'rymatory, X'-Er 

Mt-« 
Iioch'rymose, X>-Er-Ma 
Iia'cing, Xsi-NG 



LAC 

Iiaok, Li-K, ii-K-T, ii-K- 

Na 
IjackadaT', l^-k-d 
Iiaokadai'sical, L'-K- 

Dz-El 
Iiackadai'sy, Ifl-K-Ti-Z 
Iiack'brain, i;>-E-Brn 
Iiack'er, L^-Kr 
Iiack'ey, L^-K 
Iiack'luster, L^K-Lsti 
Iiacon'ic, L'-K-m-K 
Iiacoa'ioa, £i-E-N-Es 
Iiacon'ical-ly, £i-E-N-El 
Iiadon'iciam, Z'-En-Sz- 

M 
Iiac'onism, L^Kn-Z-ll 
Iiac'onize, L^-En-Z, L^- 

En-Zd, i/i-En-Z-NG 
Lao'quer, X>-Er, i'-Krd, 

i>-Er-NG 
Ijac'tate, £i-E-Tt 
Iiaota'tion, X.!-E-Tslm 
Iiac'teal, i'-K-I-L 
Iiac'tean, £i-E-Tn 
Iiac'teous, £>-E-Ts 
Iiactes'cence, LS-E-Is- 

Ns 
Lactes'oent, Z*-K-TB-Nt 
Iiac'tic, £'-E-T-E 
IiactiferouB, is-K-T-Frs 
Laotom'eter, z'-K-T-Mtr 
Iiacua'tral, Z,<-E-8TivL 
Iiacus'trine, £^E-sIm 
Iiad, £i-D 

Ijad'anum, Xi-D-N-M 
Iiad'der, Z.i-Dr 
Iiad'die, i>-Di 
Iiade, i>-D, £«-Da, is-D 

NG 
Iiad'eu, X>-Dn 
Iiad'ing, is-D-NG 
Ija'dle, iS-Dl, £S-Dld, £»■ 

Dl-NG 
Iiadrone', Zi^-Dm 
Iia'dy, lA-D 
La'dy-bird, i^-D-Brd 
La'dy-bug, MD-B-G 
La'dy-day, L'-D-d 
Iia'dykin, ZS-D-En 
Iia'dy like, iS-D-i-K 
La'dy-love, L»-I>-L-Y 
Iia'dy ship, Ifi-D-SH-F 

[Z2-D :SH] 
Iia'dy's-slipper, iS-D- 

zsi-Pr 
La'dy's-tresses, i^-Dz- 

Trss 
Lag, i'-G, i'-G-D. ii-G- 

NG 
Iia'ger-beer, i'-Gr-Br 
Iiag'gard, i'-Grd 
Iiag'ger, i»-Gr 
Iiagoon', i8-Gn 
Iia'ic, £^E 
Iia'ioal, L^-Sl 
Laid, X^-D 
Lain, £n> 
Lair, £r> 
Laird, £rd' 
La'ity, V-T 



149 

LaJce, £S-E' 
Lake'let, Lf-K-Lt 
La'kin, L'-En 
Lalla'tion, L^-Lshn 
La'ma, L'-M 
Lamb, lA-M 
Lam'bative, ii-M-B-Tv 
Lamb'dacism, L^-M-o- 

szM 
Lambdoid'al, £1-M-d-di 
Lam'beut, z,i-M-Btit 
Lamb'kin, £i-M-Kii 
Lamb'like, zi-M-Z-E 
Lam'breoLuin, Z>-M-Br- 

£n 
Lamb's- wool, ii-Mz-wi 
Lame, (a.J /.'-M, L'-Mr, 

L2-Mst 
Lame, («.) X'-M, I^-Md. 

iS-M-NG 

Lam'el, X>-M1 
Lam'elar, X>-M1-B 
Laiu'elate, £i-Ml-T 
Lam'elated, £>-Ml-Td 
Lamel'lilorm, L'-Ml-V 

(-B-M) 
Lame'ly, i!-MI 
Lame'ness, L'-HL-tlB 
Lament', L'-Mat, L'-Mn- 

Td, is-Mnt-NG 
Lam'entable, xi-Mnt-B- 

L 
Lamenta'tiou, L^-Mn- 

Tshn 
Lament'er, £S-Mntr 
La'mia, L'-M 
Lam'ina, X'-M-N 
Lam'iuable, X'-M-N-Bl 
Lam'inar, Z'-M-Nr 
Lam'inate, ii-M-N-T 
Lam'inated, Z>-M-N-Td. 
Lamina'tion, Z'-M-Nshn 
Lamm, Z'-M, Zi-Md, Z>- 

M-NG 
Lam'mas, Z'-Ms 
Lam'mergeir, Z'-Mr-G- 

B 
Lam'mergeyer, Zi-Mr- 

G-B 
Lamp, Z'-M-P 
Lam'pass, Z'-M-Fs 
Lamp'-black, Z>-M-P- 

Bl-E 
Lam'per-eel, Z1-M-Pt-l 
Lampoon', Z^-M-Fn, lA- 

M-Fnd, ZS-M-Pn-NG 
Lampoon'er, Z'-M-P-Nr 
Lam'prey, zi-M-Pr 
La'nary, Zn^-iJ 
La'nate, Z^-Nt 
La'nated, Z^-N-Td 
Lance, Zns', Z>-Nst, L^ 

Ns-NG 
Lan'ceolate, Zn'-S-Zt 
Lan'ceolated, Zn>-8-Z' 

Td 
Lan'cer, Z>-Ns-E 
Lan'cerg, Z>-Xs-Bz 
Lan'oet, Zi-Ns-T ' 
Lance '-wood, Zns'-Wd 



LAIf 

Launch, Z'-N-CH, z>-N- 

CHt, Zi-N-CH-NG 
Lan'oiform, Zn'-s-Fr-M 
Lan'cinate, Zn>-S-Nt. Zii> 

■S-N-Td. in>-S-Nt-NG 
Lancina'tiou, Ln' ■ S- 

Nshn 
Land, Zad», Zi-N-Dd, 

Zndi-NG 
Lan'damman, Z>-I7-I>- 

Mn 
Lan'dau, zi N-D 
Landaulet', L'S-B-Li 
Land'fall, Zndi-F-L 
Land'-foroe, Znd>-r-Es 
Land'-fowl, Zndi-F-I, 
Land'-grave, Zndi-Grr 
Landgrav'iate, Zndi-Gr- 

V-T 
Land'gravine, Zud'-Gr- 

Vn 
Laud'-holder, ZndH-H)- 

Zdr 
Land'ing-place, Zud*- 

NG-Pls 
Land'-jobber, Zna>-J-Br , 
Land'lady, Znd>-Z-D 
Land'less, Zndi-Za 
Land'lock, Znd'-Z-E 
Land'lord, Zndi-Z-Sd 

[Znd>-Zd] 
Land'lubber, Zndi-Z-Br 
Land'man, Znd'-Mn 
Land'mark, Znd'-M-ii-E 
Land'-offlce, Znd>-Fs 
Land'-rent, Znd>-iiiit 
Lond'scape, Znds'-E-P 
Lands'man, Zndz>-Mii f^ 
Land'-surveyor, ZndsL 

«-V-E 
Land'-tax, Zud'-T-Es 
Land'ward, Zndi - Wrd , 

[Zndi-WdJ ' 

Lane, Zn> 

Lan'grage, Zi-NG-Gr- J 
Lan'grel, Z>-NG-Gr-Ii 
Lang'syne, Z»-NGs-N 
Lan'guage, Zi-NG-Gw-J 

[Gwl] 
Lan'guaged, Zi-NG-Gw- 

Jd 
Lan'guid, Zi-N6~G,wd 
Lan'guidly, £»-NG-Gwd- 

Z 
Lan'guidness, i>-NG- 

Gwd-Ns 
Lan'guish, Z>-NG-Gw- 

SH, Z>-NQ-QT-SHt, Zi- 

NG-Gw-SH-NG [Zi-NG- 

8H, Z>-NG-8Ht, Zl-NG- 

SH-NG] 
Lan'guisher, Zi-NG-Gw- 

SHr 
Lan'guishingly, ii-NG- 

Gw-SH-NGl [Zl-NG-SH- 

NGl: 
Lan'guishment, Zi-NG- 

Gw-SH-Mnt [Zi-NG-SH- 

Mnt] 
Lan'guor, Zi-KG-Gw-& 



LAN 

Lan gaorouB, ii-NG-Gw- 

Iian'iard, £n>-Bil 
Iia'niary, Ln>-B 
Iianit'erous, L'-TS-V-Ra 
Iianig'eTQUB, i.s-N-Jr8 
Iiank, ii-KG-K, ii-NG- 

S.I. X,i-NG-Kst 
Iiank'ly, i'-NG-Kj 
Iiank'nesB, £>-NG-E-Ns 
Lank'y, ii-NG-K 
Ijaii'ner, £>-Nr 
Iian'neret, ii-Nr-T 
Iians'quenet, X,>-N8-E-Nt 
Iiau'teru, £iit>-Bn 
Xian'terned, ^nti-Bnd 
Iian'teruing, Lut^ ■ Bn 

NG 
Iian'teru-jawed, Lnt^ ■ 

Bu-Jd 
Iian'tem-jaws, £nti-Bn 

Jz 
Iianu'ginose, £s-N-J-N8 
Iian'yard, /.ni-Bd 
Iiaoc'oon, ii-K-N 
Iiaodioe'an, z^-Ds-n 
Iiaodice'auism, z.>-Ds- 

Nz-M 
Lap, Z'-P, ii-Pt, i>-P-NG 
Iiap'-dog, Z,i-P-D-G 
Iiaper, i2-Pl 
Iiap'ful, £i-P-Fl 
Iiapida'riau, £2-P-D-£n 
Iiap'idary, ii-P-D-K 
Iiapida'tion, £!-F-Dstan 
Iiapid'eous, 2^-P-Ds 
Iiapides'cence, X'-P-Db- 

Ns 
Iiapides'cezit, JO^-P-Ds- 

Nt 
Lapidiric, i3.p.Df-K 
Iiapidirical, X»-P-Df-K- 
,L 
Iiapidifica'tion, i^-P-Df- 

Eshn 
Iiapid'ify, is-Pd-F, L>- 

Pd Fd. iS-Pd-F-NG 
Iiap'idist, Z/i-P-Dst 
Iia'pis, £S-Ps 
Iiap'lander, L^-P-Lndr 
Lap'per, i'-Pr 
Lap'pet, i'-Pt 
Iiaps'able, £>-Fs-Bl 
Iiapse, £i-Ps, £i-Pst, zi- 

Pb-NG 
Xiap'sided, £'-Ps-Dd 
Iiap'stone, L'-Ps-Tn 
Ijap'streak, Z<-P-eTr-E 
Xiap'sus, Z>-P6s 
Iiap'wing, ii-P-W-NG 
Lar, ir> 

Iiar'board, ir'-Brd 
Lar'ceny, ire'-N 
Larch, ir'-CH 
Lard, ird> iri-Dd, ird' 

-NG 
Lard'ed, £r>-Dd 
Larda'ceous, i;r>-D-;S:ffs 
Lard'er, irdr' 
Lard'erer, Zi'^-Dr-B 



ISO 

Lard'-oil, Lvif-L 

La'res, Zr'-! .Rz 

Large, ir'-J, ir'-Jr, Xr'- 

Jst [Ji. Ji-i, Jst'] 
Large'ly, Lt'-3-L [J1>] 
Large'uess, Zr^- J-Nb [tP- 

Ns] 
Lar'gess, Zr'-Jg 
Larghet'to, Zr^-G-T 
Lar'go, Zr'-G 
Lar'iat, Zi-ii-T 
Lark, Zr"-K, Zr'-K-T, Zri 

K-NG 
Lark'spur, Zri-EB-P-B 
Lar'mier, Zri-M-B 
Lar'rup, Zi-/f-P 
Lar'um, Zri-M 
Lar'va, Zri-V 
Lar'vated, Zri-V-Xd 
Larve, Zr'-V 
Larynge'al, ZrS-N- J-L 
Larynge'an, Zr"-N-Ju 
Laryugi'tis, Zr»-N-J-Ts 
Laryu'goscope, Zi»-N- 

Gs-K-P 
Laryngos'copy, Zri - N 

Gs-K-P 
Laryugot'omy, Zri-N-Gt- 

M 
Lar'yiuc. Zr>-NG-Ks 
Las'car or Lascar', Zs^- 

Er 
Lasciv'ious, Zs>-Vs 
LasciT'iously, ZsS-Vb-L 
LasciT'iousuess, Zb'-Vb- 

Ns 
Lash, Z'-SH, ZA-SB-T, ZL 

SH-NG 
Lash'er, Zl-SHr 
Lass, Zb' 
Lass'ie, Z'-S 
Las'situde, Zs'-Td 
Las'so, Z'-S, Zb'-D. XA-8- 

NG 
Last, Zsti, Zsi-Td. Zsti-NG 
Last'ingly, Zst'-NG-L 
Last'inguess, Zst'-NG-NB 
Lftst'ly, Zs'-Z 
Lataki'a, Z^-T-K 
Latch, Z>-CH, Z'-CHt, Z»- 

CH-NG 
Latch'et, Z>-OBt 
Latcb'-key, Z>-CH-E 
Late, LV, Ztr', Z'-Xst or 

Ltst^ 
Lately, Zt!-Z 
Lat'ency, Z^-Tn-S 
Late'ness, Zti-Ns 
La'tent, Ifi-Tat 
La'teatly, ZS-Xnlnli 
Lat'er, ztrs 
Lateral, Ztr'-L 
Laterally, Ztri-Z 
Lat'eran, Lt^-Hn 
Laterifo'Uous, Ltr>-F-ZB 
Lath, Zi-TH, Z>-Tm, Z'- 

TH-NG 
Lathe, Z'-DH 
Lath'er.Zi-DHr, Zi-DHrd, 

Zi DHr-NG ■ 



LAU 

Lath'ing, Z'-DH-NG 
Lath'work, Zi-TH-Wr-K 
Lath'y, Zi-DH 
Lat'iclaye, Z'-T-Elv 
Laticos'tate, £»-T-Ks-Tt 
Latiden'tate, Z* T-Dn-Tt 
Latifo'lius, Z'-T-F-Zs 
Lat'in, Z>-To 
Lat'inism, Z'-Tn-Z-M 
Lat'inist, Z>-Tii'St 
Latin'ity, Z'-T-N-T 
Lat'inize, Z'-T-Nz, Z>-T- 

Nzd, Zi-T-Nz-NG 
Lat'inizer, Z'-T-N-Zr 
Lat'ish, i!-T-SH 
Lat'itat, Z'-T-Tt(or Zt>- 

Tt) 
Lat'itude, Zt>-Td. Seo 

Altitude. 
Latitud'inal, Zt»-Td-NI 
Latitudina'rian, Zt^Td- 

Hm 
Latitudina'rianiam, Zt>- 

Td-Nru-Z-M 
Latitud'inous, Zt>-Td- 

Nb 
La'traut, lA-Tmt, 
La'tria, ZS-Tr 
Lat'ten, Z'-Tn 
Lat'ter, Ztr' 
Lat'terly, Ztr'-Z 
Lat'termath, Ztr>-M-TH 
Lat'tice, Z'-Tb, Z'-Tst, 

Z'-Ts-KG 
Lat'tice-work, Z>-T-BWr 

-E 
Laud, i>-D, Z'-Dd, Z'-D- 

NG 
Laudabil'ity, Z'-D-Bl-T 
Laud'able-y, Z'-D-Bi 
Laud'ablenesB, Z>-D-B1- 

Ns [:BbJ 
Lau'danum, Zi-D-X-M 
Lauda'tion. Z'-Dshn 
Laud'atiTe, Z'-d-Tt 
Laud'atory, Zi-Dt-£ 
Laud'er, Z>-Dr 
Laugh, Zi-F, Zi-Ft, Z>-P- 

NG 

Laugh'able-y, Z»-F-B1 
Laugh'ableness, z>-F-Bl 

-Ns [:Bb] 
Laugh'er, Z>-Fr 
Laugh'iug-gas, L'-T-'SO- 

Gb 
Laugh'ingly, Z'-F-NGl 
Laugh'ing-stock, Z>-F- 

GNs-TE 
Laugh'ter, Z>-Ftr 
Launch, Z>-N-CH, Z'-N- 

CHt, Zi-N-CH-NG 
Laun'der, Ziidr> 
Laun'derer, Zndri-B 
Laun'dresB, Ziid>-£B 
Laun'dry, Znd>-jB 
Lau'reate, lA-B-l 
Lau'reateship, Z>-JR-T- 

SHP tzi-ie-T:BH] 
Laurea'tion, Z^-iiBhn 
Lau'rel, Z'-Kl 



LAU 

Iiau'reled, L^-Rii 
liau'restine, L^Ss-1n 
La'va, L'or^V 
Lavat'ic, ii-V-T-K 
Iiava'tion, Z'-Vstin 
Lav'atory. i'-v-T-B 
Lave, is.v, is-Vd. L'-'V- 

NG 
Xiav'ender, £i-Vndr 
La'ver, i«-vr 
Iiav'ish, £i-V-SH, £»-Y- 

SHt. X,I-V-SH-Ne 
Lav'isher, ii-v-8Hr 
Lav'iahly, ZJ-V-SHl 
Iiav'ishment, i'-v-SH- 

Mnt 
IiaT'islmeas, V-y-SB- 

Ns 
Xiavolt', i'-V-Lt 
Iiaw, Z' 

Xaw'-book, £>-B-E 
Iiaw'-brealcer, £,i-Br-ET 
Law'-day, i'-D 
Law'ful-ly, Z,»-ri 
Iiaw'fulness, /.^-Fl-Ne 

::Fs] 
Law'giver, i'-O-Vr 
Iiaw'less, Ii^-Lb 
Zjaw'lessly, lA-Ls-L 
Iiaw'lessness, L'--Lb-'Ss 

[iis] 
Iiaw''>maker, £i-M-Kr 
Iiaw'-making, £i - M - E - 

NG 
Ijavii, £ni 
Iiawu'y,Z.>-N 
Ijaw'-offlceT, ^i-Fs-K 
Iiaw'suit, JCist-T 
Law'yer, i'-B 
Ijaw'yerlike, £>-B-£-E 
Law'erly, i'-B-i 
Lax, Li-Es, L^KsH, X>' 

KSB-T 
Iiaxa'tion, Z°-Esttn 
Ziax'atiTe, ii-Bs-Tv 
Lax'ity, ^i-Es 1 
Iiax'ly, L^-KsL 
Iiax'ness, Z'-Es-Ns 
Lay, L% Ifi-V, iS-NG 
Lay'-brotfaer, i^i-Brdhr 
Lay' -clerk, Z,s-Kl-B-K 
Lay'er, L'-B, 
Lay'-flgure, L'-T-Qi 
Lay'ing, L'-TSa 
Lay'land, L»-Lni 
Lay'iace, i'-Hs 
Lay'man, i^'-Mn 
Lay'-atall, isS-T-L 
La'zar, £>-Zr 
Lazaret', Lif-Bt 
Lazaret'to, Lz^-B-T 
La'zar-house, £'-Zr-Hs 
La'zarlike, L'-Zi-L-K 
Laze, Zz' 
La'zily £»-Zl 
La'ziness, X><-Z-Ns 
Laz'uli, Zi-Z-Z 
La'zy, is-z, £S-Zr, is-Zst 
Lazzaro'ni, Lz^-B-lS 
Ziea.£> 



151 
Leach, £s-OH, L'-cm, £>- 

CH-NG 
Leach'-tub, £5-CH-T-B 
Lead (led), lA-D, Z>-d-ng 
Lead (led), L^-B, Z'-Sd, 

Z,!-D.NG 
Lead'ed, £S-Dd 
Lead'eni, Z^-Dn 
Lead'er, Z>-Dr 
Lead'ership, L'-Hr-SB-'P 

I -.SH] 
Lead'ing-stringB, I^-V- 

NGsTr-NGz 
Lead'-mine, £S-D-Mn 
Lead'-pencil, Z^-D-P-Ns- 

-£ 
Leaf, ia-F, i'-Ft, L'-¥- 

KG 
Leafage, Z^-F-J 
Leaf -bridge, is-F-Br-J 
Leaf -bud, z.>-F-Bd 
Leaf inesB, V-F-Ha 
Leafless, i»-r-is 
Leaflet, L'-F-Lt 
Learstalk, X»-Fs-T-E 
Leafy, £»-F, za-F-B, X»- 

Fet 
League, xa-G, xa-Q-D, X«- 

G-NG 
Leagued, xa.G-D 
Leag'uer, xa-6r 
Leak, X»-E, xa-E-T, Xa-E- 

NG 
Leak'age, xa-E- J 
Leak'inesB, X'-E-Ns 
Leak'y, xa-E, xa-Er, xs- 

Est 
Leal, xa-L 
Lean, (v.) Xna, Xnda, Xna- 

NG 
Lean, (a.) Xca za-Nr, Ln»- 

St 
Lean'-faoed, Xna-Fst 
Lean'ly, X* -Nl 
Lean'ness, Xna-Ns 
Leant, Xnf 
Lean'-to, Xna-T 
Leap, xa-P, ia.pt, £a.p. 

KG 
Leap'er, xa-Pr 
Leap'-frog,*Xs-P-Fr-G 
Leap'-year, xa-P-Yr (Xa. 

P-Y] 
Learn, Ltd', Xrnd', Xm>- 

NG 
Leam'ed, Xr» - Nd (or 

Xmd2) 
Learn'edly, Xr^-Nd-L (or 

XmdS-X) 
Learner, Xrs-Nr 
Learn'ing, Xtd^-NG 
Leas'able, Xs'-B-L 
Lease, Xsa. Xsts. Xsa-NG 
Lease 'hold, Xs^-HId 
Lease'bolder, Xs'-Hldr 
Leas'er, Lb^-B, 
Leasb, Xa-SH, l^-SH-T, 

Xa-SH-NG 
Least, Xsta 
Least'wayB, Xsta-Wz 



LEG 

Least'wise, Xst'-Wz 
Leatb'er, Xdhis, See Let- 
ter. 
Leath'er-dresser, Xdhr'- 

Dr-sE 
Leath'em, L'-DK-Bn 
Leath'ery, x^-DH-A 
Leave, xa-V. xa-V-NG 
Leaved, xa^Vd 
Leav'en, X^-Tn, X>-Vnd, 

XS-Vn-MG 
Leav'ening, Xs-Vn-NO 
Leav'er, xa-Vr 
Leav'ings, xa-y-KGz 
Lech'er, XS-CHr, Xs-C!Hrd, 

XS-CHr-NG 
Lech'erous, X'-CHrs 
Lech'erously, X'-CHr-sX 
Lech'erousness, L'- 

CHrS'Ns 
Lech'ery, X^-CH-B 
Lec'tion, X-'-Estan 
Lec'tionary, X^Esbn-B 
Lect'ure, X'-Etr or X'-E- 

CHr, X!-E-CHrd, X>-E- 

CHr-NG 
Lect'urer, xa-Etr-B 
Lect'ureship, X'-Etr-^[- 

P [XS-Ktr!SH] 
Lec'tum, xa-K-T-iSn 
Led, xa-D 
Led'-captain, X*-D-K-p. 

Tn [X'-D-E-Pn] 
Ledge, X'-J 
Ledg'er, X«- Jr 
Ledg'er-line, X'-Jr-Xu 
Ledg'y, xs- J 
Lee, xa 

Lee'-boaid, xa-Brd 
Leech, xa-CH, X>-CHt,X3. 

CH-NO 
Leek, xa-E 

Leer, Xra, Xrda, Xra-NG 
Leer'mgiy, Xra-NGl 
Lees, Xza 

Lee'-shore, xa-SEr 
Lee'-Bide, Xsa-D 
Leet, Xta 
Lee'-tide, xa-Td 
Lee'ward, xa-Wrd or Ifi- 

BA 
Lee'way, X'-W 
Left, Xa-rt 

Left'-hand, xa-Ft-Hnd 
Left'-handed, X=-Ft-Hn- 

Dd 
Left'-handedness. X^- 

Ft-Hn-Dd-Ns 
Leg,xs-a 
Leg'acy, XS-G-S 
Le'gal-ly, xa-Gl 
Le'galism, xa-Gl-zM 
Le'gallBt, Xa-Glst 
Legal'ity, Xi-Gl-T(Xi-Glt) 
Legalize, xa-oiz, xa- 

Glzd. Xa-GIz-NG 
Leg'ate, X^-G-T 
Legatee', xa-G-T 
Leg'ateBhip, xa-G-T-iSB'- 



LEG 

Iieg'atine, L'-a-Tn 
Lega'tion, X'-Gsliy 
Iiega'to, L'-O-T 
Ijegator', L^-Qtr 
Iieg'-bail, L'-a-V-^ 
Iieg'end, lA-Jnd 
Iieg'endary, lfl-3n-T)-B 
Leg'er, L'-3i 
Ijeg'eT-line, L'-li-Ln 
Iiegerdemaiu', ^^-Jrd- 

Mn 
Legged, i'-G-D 
Iieg'gin, L'-an 
Ijeg'ginB, £«-G-NO 
Iiegibil'ity, i»-J-Bl-T lor 

-Bit) 

Leg'ible-y, i^-J-Bl 
Iieg'ibleuess, x>-J-Bl- 

Ns [iBs] 
Iie'gion, i>- Jn 
Le'gionaryi X'-J-Nr 
Legislate, L*-3-aLt, L'- 

J-ei-Td, £2-J-&£t-NG 
Iiegisla'tion, L'-J-sLshn 
Ijeg'islative, L^J-sLt-V 
Iieg'iBlati7el7, L^-J-BLt- 

\-L 
Xieg'islator, L'-J-aZ.ti 
Iieg'islature, ifi-J-aL- 

CHr [i'-J] 
Iie'eist, i^.jst 
Legit'imaoy, £»-Jt-M-S 
Iiegit'imate, L'-JUMt, L'- 

Jt-M-Td, ZS-Jt-MtC) 
Iieglt'imatelr, i»-Jt-Mt- 
■ L 
Xiegit'imateness, L'-Jt- 

Mt-Ns 
Iiegitima'tion, Z^-Jt- 

Mshn 
Iiegit'imist, L'-Jt-Mst 
Ijegit'iinize, X'-Jt-Mz, 

X»-Jt-Mzd, X«-JI>Mz-NG 
Ziegume', L'-Q-M 
Iiegu'minous, X> - G - M - 

Ns 
IiSi'SUre, XSor>-ZHr 
Xiei'sureiy, L'or'-ZKi-L 
Iiem'ma, X'-M 
Lem'njing, iS-M-NQ 
Iiem'on, X'-Mn 
Lemonade', X'-Mn-D 
Iiem'on-peel, Xs-Un-F-L 
Iie'mur, X^-Mr 
Iiem'ures, X'-M-Kz 
Lend, Lai', Xnd2-NG 
Lend'able, Xnds-B-L 
Lend'er, Xndr' 
Length, i»-NG-TH [NG- 

TH'] 
Length'en, XS-NG-THn, 

X2-NG-THnd, Xa-NG- 

THn-NG [NG-THn2. NG- 

THnd!!, NG-THn2-StG] 
Lengthi'ly, xa-NG-TH-X 

[NG-TH2-X1 
Xiength'inesB, X'-NG-TH- 

Ns [NG-THStNs] 
Iiength'Vays, x« - NG • 

TttWz CNG-THS-Wz] 



153 
Length'wise, X»-NG"TH- 

Wz [NG-THS-Wz] 
Length'y, x^-NG-TH. Ifi- 

NG-TH-E, Xa-NG-THst 

tNG-TH2, NG-TH^-E, 

NG-THBt2] 
Le'nienoe, Xn'-Ns 
Le'nienoy, Xn»-lJ-S 
Le'uient, Xn»-Nt 
Le'niently, in'-Nt-L 
Len'ify, XS-NF 
Len'itive, Xs-N-Tv 
Len'ity, Xs-N-T 
Lens, Xnza 
Lens'es, Xu'-Zz 
Lent, Xnt> 
Lent'en, Xnt^-N 
LentiR'ular, Xnt'-E-Xr 
Len'tiform, Xs-Nt-P-B-M 
Letttig'inouB, X>-Nt-J-Ns 
Len'tigo, X'-Nt-G 
Len'til, xa-Nt-L 
Leutis'cus, Xnt^-S-Es 
Leu'tisk, Xnt9-S-E 
L'enroy', X>-iir-V 
Le'o, X» 
Le'onine, X»-Nn 
Leop'ard, X'-Frd 
Lep'er, X~Pr 
Lep'orine, L'-P-Rn 
Lep'rosy, X'-Pr-S 
Lep'rouB, X^-Prs 
Lep'rouBly, X^-Pr-sX 
Lep'rouBnesB, X'-Pts-Ns 
Les'bian, Xz'-Bn 
Le'sion, Xzbn* 
Less, Xs> 
Leasee', X>-S 
Iiess'en, Xsa-N, Xs^-Nd, 

Xs2-N-NG 
Less'er, Xs^-B 
Les'son, Xs^-N, Xs>-Nd. 

XS2-N-NG 
Les'sor, Xs'-B 
Lest, Xsta 
Let, Xts, Xt«-NG 
Letch, X«-CH 
Le'thal, Xa-TH-L 
Lethar'gio, Xthr'-J-K 
Lethar'gical, Xthr'-J-El 
Leth'argy, 'Ltbx'-l 
Le'the, x^-TH 
Lethe'au, X^-THn 
Lethiferous, X^-TH-Frs 
Lets, Xts' 
Let'ter, Xtr=, X«-Trd.Xtra- 

NO 

Note. — The nonn Letter 
eboald be written L'-Ti 
when it is liable to be edn- 
fused with tlie word Leather, 
which see. 
Let'tered, i=-Tra 
Let'ter-founder, Xtr»- 

Fndr 
Let'tering, XtrS-NG 
Ziet'ters-patent, Xtrz«-P- 

Tnt [-P] 
Let'ter-press, Xtr=-Prs 
Let'ter-writer, Xtr«-JJtr 



LIB 

Let'ter-writiug, Xtra-£t- 

NG 
Let'tuoe, X'-Ts 
Leuoorrhce'a, x>-E-£ 
Le'vant, X^-Vnt 
Levant , Xi-Vnt 
Lerant'er, X»-Vntr 
Levant'ine, X'-Vnt-N 
Levee, L-^or^-v 
Lev'el, X2-V1, X^-Vld, Xt 

VI- NG 
Lev'eler, X^-Vl-E 
Lev'eling, X«-V1-NG 
Ler'elness, xa-Vl-Ns 
Le'ver, V>or'-\x 
Ler'erage, X**Vr-J 
Ley'eret, X*-Vr-T 
Ler'iable, X>-V-BI 
Levi'athan, x^-v-THn 
Lev'igate, X«-V-G-T. xs- 

V-G-Td, X»-V-G-T-NG 
Leviga'tion, X>-v.Gstan 
Le'vite, X"-Vt 
Levit'ical, X^-Vt-Kl 
LeTit'icus, X»-V-t-Kb 
Levity, X«-V-T 
Lev'y, X«-V, XS-Vd, X«-V- 

NG 
Lewd, X>-D, X»-Dr, X»- 

Dst 
Lewd'ly, XS-D-L 
Lewd'nesB, X'-D-Ns 
Lewis, X'-S 
Lew'isson, L'-Ss-TX 
Lex, xa-Es 
Lezicog'rapher, x>-Es- 

E-Gr-Fr 
Lexicograph'ic, X'-Es- 

E-Grf-E 
Lezicograph'ical, X'- 

Es-E-Gr F-El 
Lexicog'raphy, X>-Es- 

E-Gr-P 
Lexioorogy, X>-Ea-El- J 
Lex'icon, X^-Ss-En 
Lexigrafic, X'-E-sGrf-K 
Lexig'raphy, X«-E-8Gr-P 
Ley, XI 

Ley'denjar, Xiors-Dn-J-B 
Ley'denphial, XUira-Dn- 

P-L 
Leze-maj'esty, Xz^'-M-J- 

sT 
Liabil'ity,X5-Bl-T(or-Blt) 
Li'able, X'-Bl 
Lifableness, Xi-Bl-Ns 
Liaison', X>-Zn 
Li'ar, X'-E 
Li'as, X>-S 
Liba tion, XS-Bsbn 
Li'bel, Xi-Bl, Xi-Bld, XI- 

Bl-NG 
Li'belant, Xi-Blnt 
Li'beler, Xi-Bl-A 
Li'belona, Xi-BIa 
Lib'eral, X>-Br-L 
Lib'eralism, X'-Br-Xz-U 
Lib'eralist, X'-Br-Xet 
Liberal'ity,X>-Br^-X (or 

-Xt) 



LIB 
Iiib'eralize, z;3-Br-Zz, L'- 

Br-Z.zd, i»-Br-tz-Na 
Iiib'erally, ia-Br-i 
Iiib'erate, i»-Brt, i'-Br- 

Td, £»-BrtC) 
Iiibera'tion, Z^Brsbn 
Xiib'erator, i;>-Brtr 
Iiib'ertine, X,»-Br-Tn 
Iiib'ertmism, i'-Br-Tn- 

2-M [-T-zM] 
Iiib'erty, i8-Br-T(i'-Brt) 
Iiibid'inous, £8-B-D-Ns 
Iiibid'inously, i»-B-D- 

Ns-Ii 
Iiibid'inousness, X^B- 

D-Ns-Ns 
LiTara, i'-Br 
Iilbra'rian, L^-'Br-Ra 
Iiibra'rianship, IA-'Bt- 

Bn-8H-P [:SH] 
HTjrary, ii-Br-JJ 
Iii'brate, £i-Brt, ii-Br- 

Td, £»-Brt(-) 
Xiibra'tion, X^-Brshn 
Iii'bratory, ii-Brt-ij 
Libret'to, £S-Br-T 
Iiice, £si 
Iii'cense, Xs'-Ns, iai-Nst, 

Xsi-Ns-NO 
Iii'cenaed, Xs^-Nst 
Iiicensee', is'-N-S 
Iii'censer, £8>-Ns-B 
Iiicen'tiate, Xs^-N-SHt 
Iiicen'tious, £sS-N-SHs 
Iijcen'tiously, is^-N-SHs 

-X 
Ijicen'tiousness, Xs^-N- 

SHs-Ns 
Iii'chen, i'-Kn or £'-CHn 
Lick, £3-K, xa-K-T, i3-K- 
. Na 

Xiick'erish, £a-Er-SH 
liick'ing, X^-E-NO 
Ijick'-Bpittle, £>-E-sFt-L 
Iiio'oriee, za-Kr-S. See 

Liquors. 
JAa'iOT, Z»-Ktr 
Lid, iS-D 

Lie, L\ ii-D, Xi-NG 
Lief, V-V 
Liege, lA-3 
Liege'man, £s-J-Mn 
Li'en, rsor'-N 
Li'entery, Z»-N-T-iJ 
Li'er, i'-E 
Lieu, £8 
Lieuten'ancy, Z»-Tn-N-S 

(it2-Nn-S) 
Lieuten'ant, i'-Tn-Nl 

(if-Nnt) 
Lieuten'antship, L^-Tu- 

Nt-SH-P :it>.NnttSHJ 

Liere, £8-V 
Life, /,1-F 

Life'-blood, X>-F-Bld 
Life'-boat, C>-F-Bt 
Life'-estate, £>-F-S-Tt 

li'-Fs-Tt) 
Life'-giving, X'-F-Gv-NQ 
Life'-guard, £i-F-Grd 

7* 



1S3 

Iiife'-insuiance, X>-F-N- 

SHrns [i'-F-Na] 
Life'Iess, X'-F-Xs 
Life'lessiy, xi-F-Xs-X 
Life'lessuess, Xi-F-Xs-Ns 

Life'-like, X»-F-X-K 
Life'-long, Xi-P-X-NG 
Life'-preserrer, x'-F-Pr- 

zRv-R 
Llfe'-spring, Xi-F-sPr- 

NG 
Life'-time, X>-F-T-M 
Lift, X»-Ft, X«-F-Td, X»-Ft 

-NG 
Lift'er, X^-Ftr 
Lig'ameut, X'-G-Mnt 
Ligament'al, X^-G-Mnt-X 

tX2<G:Mnt] 
Ligameut'ous, X^G-Mnt- 

S 
Li'gan, X'-Gn 
Liga'tion, X'-Gsbn 
Lig'ature, X=-Gtr 
Light, (a.) Xti, Xtri, X'- 

Tst lor Xt8ti) 
Light, (».) Xti, X>-Td, Xti- 

NG 
Light'-brain, Xt'-Brn 
Light'en, X'-Tn, Xi-Xnd, 

Xi-Tn-NG 
Light'er, Xtr^ 
Light'erman, Xtri-Mn 
Light'-flngered, Xt^ - F - 

NG-Grd [iti-F-NGrd] 
Light'-foot, Xti-Ft 
Light'-footed, Xt'-F-Td 
Light'-haiired, Xti-Hrd 
Light'-handedi Xt'-Hn- 

Dd 
Light'-headed, Xt'-g- 

Dd 
Light'-hearted, Xti-Hr- 

Td 
Light'-heartednesa, Xti 

-Hr-Td-Ns 
Light'-horse, Xt>-Hrs 
Light'-house, Xt'-Hs 
Light'-lnfantry, xti-N- 

Fnt-K 
Light'ly, Xt'-X 
Light'-minded, Xti-Mu- 

Dd 
Light'ness, xt>-Ns 
Light'ning, Xt'-N-NG 
Light'niug-bug, Xt'-N- 

NG-B-G 
Lights, Xtsi 
Lighfsome, Xtsi-M 
Light'-spirited, Xtsi-Pr- 

Td 
Lignal'oes, Xni-Xz 
Lig'neous, X^-G-Ns 
Ligniflca'tion, X'-G-N- 

F-Eshn 
Lig'niform, X»-G-N-F(-R- 

MJ 
Lig'nify, X'-G-N-F, X'-G- 

N-Fd. X«-G-N-P-NG 
Lig'nine, X»-G-Nn 



LIN 

Lig'nite, x^-G-Kt 
LignumTl'tee, X'-G-N-M- 

v-T 
Li'gure or Lig'ure, Xior» 

-Gr 
Like, (a.) X>-K, Xi-Kr, X>- 

Est 
Like, (ti.)Xi-E, X>-K-T, X»- 

K-NG 
Like'lihood, X'-El-Hd 
Like'liness, Xi-El-Ns 
Like'ly, X»-K1, x'-El-E, 

X'-Elst 
Li'ken, Xl-En, X'-E-Nd, 

Xi-En-NG 
Like'ness, X>-e-Ns 
Like'wise, Xi-Ewz 
Lik'ing, Xi-E-NG 
Lilac, Xi-X-E 
Lilia'ceouB, L'-L-SHs 
Lil'ied, Xs-Xd 
Lilipu'tian, X'-X-Pelm 
Lil'y, xa-X 
Lima'tion, X'-Mshn 
Li'mature, Xi-Mtr 
Limb, XS-M, X3-Md, is-M- 

NG 
LimTjer, X»-M-Br, X'-M- 

Brd, X9-M-Br-NG 
Limiiemess, X'-M-Br-Ns 
Limb'less, X>-M-Xs 
Lim'bo, X'-M-B 
Lime, X»-M, X»-Md,X'-M. 

NG 
lame'kiln, X'-M-El 
Lime'stone, Xi-Ms-Tn 
Lime'-water, X'-M- wtr 
Limit, Xs-Mt, X3-M-Td, 

X8-MtC) 
Lim'itable, XS-Mt-Bl 
Lim'itary, X8-Mt-« 
Limita'tion, X'-U-Tsbn 
Lim'ited, X»-M-Td 
Lim'iter, X«-Mtr 
Limitless, xa-Mt-Cs 
Limn, L'-M, xa-Md, X»-M- 

NG 
Lim'ner, X'-M-Nr 
Limo'sis, X'-Mss 
Limp, Xs-M-P, Ifl-llt, X»- 

M-P-NG 
Limp'er, X»-M-Pr 
Lim'pet, x»-M:-Pt 
Lim'pid, X'-M-Pd 
Limpid'ity, X^-P-D-T 
Lim'pidness, X»-M-P-D- 

Ns 
Limp'ingly, xa-M-P-NGl 
Limi/sy or Lim'sy, x«- 

Lim'y, Xi-M 
Linch'pin, Xs-N-CH-Pn 
Lin'den, X^N-Dn 
Line, Xn', Xnd>, Xn'-NG 
Lin'eage, X^-N- J 
Lin'eaWy.XS-NI 
Lin'eament, xa-N-Mnt 
Lin'ear, Xq>-B 
Lin'eate, X'-N-T 
Lin'eated, X^-N-Td 



LIN 
I4nea'ticn, Z'-Nnlin 

Iiln'er, Z.'-Nr 

Iiing, L'-NQ 

Iiin'ger, £s-NO-Or, L>- 

Na-Grd, iH-NG-Gr-NG 

[L«-NGr, XS-SGrd, /.»- 

KGt-NG] 
Iiin'gerer, IMxa-ai-B 

[£s-NGr-B] 
Idn'geriDg, l'-ng-Gx-ng 

[i»-NGr-SG] 
Iiin'geringly, T^'-NG-Ot^ 

NGl [XK-NGr-NGU 
Un'go, is -NG-G 
Iiinguadenfal, £>-ITG- 

Gw-Dnt-L 
Iiin'gual, £>-ITG-Gw-L 
Idn'guiform, £<-NG-Gw- 

F(-E-M) 
Iiin'guist, t>-NG-Gv8t 
Iiinguist'ic, £>-NG-Gws- 

Iiinguist'ical, £> ■ NG - 

Gws-T-KI 
Iiinguist'icB, X'-NG-Gws- 

T-Ks 
Iiiu'iment, Xn>-Hnt 
Iiin'ing, Zn'-NG 
Iiink, £3-Na-K (or Zn'-E, 

etc.), L»-TSiat, iS-NG-K- 

SG 
Xiinkn^oy, L'-tso-k-b 
Iiink'man, !/»-:< G-E-Mn 
IiinJc'-motion, £>-NG-E- 

Xim'^t, £s-st 
Iiin'seed, z^-Ns-D 
Iiiu'Bd3r''woolsey, Zn'-s- 

W.£-8, 

Iiin'Btick, £s-Ns-T-E 
Iiint, Znta 
Iiin'tel, iS-Nt-L 
Iii'num, z;i-N-M 
Iii'on, X'-N 
Iii'oness, xi-N-s 
Iiion'-hearted, i>-N-Hr- 

Td 
Id'onize, £i-Nz, Xi-Nzd. 

ii.Nz-NG 
IiiOQ-like, xi-N-X K 
Iiip, X,»-P. i8-Pt, is-P-NG 
Iiip'ogram, £s-P-Gr-M 
Iiipotn'ymy) £i-P-TH-M 
Iiip'pitude, £>-P-Td 
Iiiq'uable, £>-Ew-Bl 
Iiiqua'tion, L'-K-vahn • 
Jjiquefa'cient, L' - Ev - 

Fsbnt 
Ziiquefiic'tion, £»-Kw-F- 

KBbn 
Iiiq'ueflable, Z'-Ew-F- 

Bl 
Iiiq'uefy, Z'-Ew-F, L>- 

Ew-Fd. Z3-EW-F-NG 
Itiques'oelicy, Z^-Ews-IT- 

S 
Iiiques'cent, zi-Ews-Nt 
Iiiqueur', z^-Er 



164 

Iiiq'uid, Z«-Ew-D {Z>- 

Ewd) 
Iiiq'uidamber, Z^-Ew-D- 

M-Br 
Iiiq'uidate, z»-Ew-Dt, Z'- 

Kwd-Td. Za-Ew-DtC) 
Iiiquida'tion, Z> - Kw - 

Dslm 
Ijiquid'ity, Z'-Ewd-T 
Ijiq'uidize, Z>-Ew-Dz 
Ijiq'uid;ie8s, Z'-Ewd-Ns 
Liq'uor, Z»-Er 
Iiiq'uors, Z^-Ers 
Iiiq'uorice, Z>-Er-S. Bee 

Liquors. 
Lisp, Zs»-P, Zs'-Pt, Zs8-P- 

NG 
Iiis'per, Z8"-Pr 
Iiisp'lngly, Zs^-P-NGI 
List, Zsta. i8"-Td, Z8t»-NG 
Iiist'el, Zs'-T-L 
Iiist'en, Zs>-N, Zs^-Nd, 

ZsS-N-NG 
Iiist'ener, Zb>-N-B 
Ijist'er, Zstri 
Iiist'leaB,Zs>-T-Z8 [Zs^- 

i8] 

Iiist'lessly, Zs*-Zs-Z 
liist'leasnesB, Zs^-Zs-Ns, 
Lit, zts 
Lit'any, Zt>-N 
Li'ter, Ztr' 
Lit'eral, Ztr>-L 
Lit'eralism, Ztr^-Zz-M 
Lit'eralist, zti<-ZBt 
Literarity, Ztr'-Z-T 
Lit'eralize, Ztr»-Zz, Ztr«- 

Zzd, Ztr»-Zz-NO 
Lit'erally, Ztr»-Z 
Lit'erary, Lif-R 
Lit'erate, Ztr»-T 
Litera'ti, Ztr> T 
Litera'tim, ZtrS-T-M 
Liferature, Ztr>-CHr 
Litera'tus, ZtrS-Ts 
Lith'arge, Z»-TH-fi-J 
Lithe, Z>-DH 
Lithe'nesB, Z>-DH-Ns 
Lithe'Bome, Zi-DH-eU 
Lith'ic, Za-TH-E 
Lith'ium, Z»-TH-M 
Lith'oglyph, Z»-TH-Glf 
Lith'ograph, Z^-TH-Grf, 

Z»-TH-Grft, Z»-TH-Grf- 

NG 
Lithog'rapher, Z»-TH- 

Gr-Fr 
Lithographic, Zi-TH- 

Grf-K 
Lithograph'ieal-Iy, Z'- 

TH-Gr-F-El 
Lithog'raphy, Z>-TH-Gr- 

F 
Litholog'io, Z'-TH-Z-J-E 
Litholog'ical-Iy, z'-TH- 

Z-J-Kl 
Lithol'ogist, Zi-TH-Z-Jst 
Lithol'ogy, Z'-TH-Z-J 
Lith'omancy, Zs-IH-Hn 

■a 



LOA 

Lithontrlp'tic, Z'THntr- 

Pt-K 
Lith'ontriptor, z>- 

THntr-Ptr 
Lith'ophyte, za-TH-Ft 
Lith'otint, Z'-TH-Tnt 
Lithot'omist, Z' - THt- 

Met 
Lithot'omy, Z>-THt-M 
Lith'otripBy, X'-TH-Tr- 

P-S 
Lithot'rity, X>-THtr-T 
Lit'igant, X>-T-Giit 
Lit'igate, Z'-T-Gt, lA-T. 

G-Td, Z»-T-Gt-NG 
Litiga'tion, Z'-T-Gshn 
Litig'iouB, Z>-T-J8 
Litig'ioualy, z^-T-J-bZ 
Litig'iousnesB, Z^-T-Js- 

Ns 
Lit'muB, Zta-Ms 
Li'tre, Ztr'or" 
Lifter, Ztr»,X»-Trd, Ztr^- 

NG 
Litterateur', Z^-Atr 
Lit'tle, Zta-Z 
Lit'tlenesB, Zt^-z-Ks 
Lit'toral, If-T-Kl 
Litur'gic, Zti>-J~E 
Litur'gioal, Xtr^-J-El 
Lit'urgiBt, Ztra-Jst 
Lit'urgy, Zti*-J 
Live, (u.) £»-V, Z»-Vd, Ifl- 

V-NG 
Live, (o.) Z>-V 
Live'lihood, Zi-Vl-Hd 
Live'Uness, z>-yi-Ns 
Live'loag, zs-v-z-NG 
Liveay, zi-v-z, z>-v-z- 

B, Ll-V-L8t 
Live'-oak, Z>-V-E 
Liv'er, Z"-Vr 
Liv'eried, z»-T-iJ-D 
liiv'erwort, X»-Vr-Wrt 
Iiiv'epy, Xa-Vr 
Liv'ery-man, X'-Vr-Mn 
Liv'ery-Btable, xa-Vis- 

T-Bl 
Lives, X>-Tz 
Live'-stoek, X'-Vs-T-K 
Liv'id, xa-Vd 
Livid'ity, xa.Vd-T 
Liv'idness, za-Vd-Ns 
Liv'ing, xa-V-NG 
Livraison', ZLViz-jr 
Liv're, za-Vr 
Lixiv'ial, X'-Es-V-L 
Lixiv'iate, Za-Ks-V-T, zs- 

Es-V-Td, Z«-E8-Vt-NG 
Lizivia'tion, ZS-Es-Yshn 
Lixiv'iouB, z*-Es-T8 
LiziVJum, Z'-Es-V-M 
Liz'ard, Z'-Zrd 
Llama, Z'or'-M 
Lloyd's, Zi-Dz 
Lo, Z> 

Loach, ZS-CH 
Load, Zs-D, Z3-Dd, Z>-D. 

KG 
Load'er, X*-s, 



LOA 

IiOad'star, X'-Ds-T-B lor 

Iioad'stone, L'-Sa-Ta 
Loaf, Z."-F, i2.Ft, L'-r- 

,NG 

Jjoaf'er, i«-rr 
liOar-sugar, L'-Y-SB-Gi 
Xioam, lA-M, £>-Md, £2- 

M-NG 
Iioam'y, iS-M 
Xioan, £ii-, LuA', Ln'-'SO 
Iioathe, L'-im, £i>-DHd, 

Z,s-DH-NG 
Iioath'er, £>-DHr 
Iioath'fui, i»-DH-ri 
IiOath'ing, X'-DH-NG 
Loath'ingiy, £2-dh-NG1 
Iioath'ly, i2-DH-i, ia- 

DH-£-B, i:-DH-ZBt 
Iioath'some, ^''-DH-sM 
Iioath'someness, Z'-DH- 

SM-Ns 

Iioaves, is-Vz 
Lob, ii-B 
Lo'bate, £!!-Bt 
Lolsated, i=-B-Td 
Lob'by, i'-B, i'-Bd, £'■ 

B-NG 
Lobe, £>-B 
Lobed, 2,!-Bd 
Lobe'lia, £3-B-z 
Lob'lolly, i'-B-i-i 
Loblolly-boy, L^-B-L-L 

B 
LobloUy-tree, ti-B-i-i- 

Tr 
Lob'scouse, £i-B-sEs 
Lob'ster, Zi'-Bstr 
Lob'ule, £«-B-L 
Lo'oal,Z2-Kl 
Lo'calism, Z^El-zM 
Looal'ity, £i-Kl-T(-Klt) 
Localiza'tion, L'-K]zshn 
Lo'calize, £>-Klz, L~ 

Klzd. iS-Klz-NG 
Lo'cally, Z^-Kl 
LO'cate, £8-E-T, £2-K-Td, 

i2-K-T-NG 
Loza'tion, Z'-Eshn 
Lo'cative, £s-k-Tv 
Looh, i'-K 
Look, £1-K, Z>-E-T, Zi-E- 

NG 
Loek'age, £'-K- J 
Looked'-]aw, Z'-E-T-J 
Look'er, Z^-Er 
Look'et,ii-E-T 
Look'-jaw, Z'-E-J 
■ Losk'-smith, Z'-E-sM- 

TH 
Look'-up, Z'-E-P 
Looofo'co, Z2-E-P-E 
Locofo'coism, Zs-E-F-E- 

zM 
Looomo'tion, Z^-E-Mshn 
Looomo'tive, Z^E-Mt-V 
Looomo'tive-engine, Z» 

• E-Mt-V-N-Jn 
Looomo'tiveness, Z^-K- 

Mt-V-Ns [iVsJ i 



155 

Looomotiv'ity, Z'-K-Mt- 

V-X 
Lo'oust, Z'-Est 
Lo'cust-tree, zs-K-bT" 
Loou'tion, Z^-Eshii 
Lode, Z^-D . 
Lode'star, ZS-Db-T-e (or 

Z2-Dstr) 
Lode'stone, Z^-Ds-Tn 
Lodge, Z»-J, Z>-Jd, Zi-J- 
, NO 

Lodg'er, V-3r 
Lodg'ing, Z'-J-NG 
Lodg'ing-hoase, Z> - J- 

NG-Hs 
Lodg'ment, Zi- J-Mnt 
Loft, Zi-Ft 
Loft'ily, Z'-F-T-Z 
LoffineBB, Z>-F-T-Ns 
Lofb'y, Z>-F-T, Zi-F-T-B, 

Zi-F-Tst 
Log, Z"-G, Z'-G-D, Zi-G- 

NG 
Log'arithni, Li-Gr-DH-M 
Logaritb'mic, Z^-etr-TH- 

II- E 
Logarith'mical-ly, Zfi- 

Gr-TH-M-El 
Log'-board, Z>- G-Brd 
Log'-book, Zi-G-B-E 
Log'-cabin, Z>-G-E-Ba 
Log'-ohip, Z».G-OH-P 
Log'ger, Z>-Gr 
Log'gerliead, Z>-Gr-Hd 
Log'gia, Zi-D- J 
Log'-glaBS, £>-G-G1s 
Log'-fieap, Z>-G-P 
Log'-houae, z>-G-Hs 
Log'-hut, Z>-G-Ht 
Log'io, Zi-J-E 
Log'ioal-ly, Zi-J-EI 
Logi'cian, Z^- Jshn 
Log'-line, Zi-G-Zn 
Log'man, Z'-G-Mn 
Log'ogram, Z'-G-Gr-M 
Logograpb'io, Z^-G-Gr- 

FE 
Logograph'ical, Z'-G- 

Gr-F-El 
Logog'raphy, Z'-G-Gr-F 
Logom'achiBt, Z>-G-K- 

Est 
Logom'achy, Z>-G-H-E 
Log'oa, Zi-Gs 
Log'otype, Z'-G-T-P 
Log'-reel, lA-G-Bl 
Log'-roll, Zi-G-fil, Z>-G 

'ma, L'-Q-Bl-THQ 
Log'wood, Zl-G-wD 
Lo'gy,£S-G 
Loin, Zii> 
Loi'ter, Ztri. Zi-Trd, Ztri- 

NG 
Loi'terer, Ltt^-B 
Loll, Zi-L, Zi-Ld, Zi-L- 

NG 
Lol'lard, Zi-Zrd 
Lol'lardiBm, Z<-Zrdz-M 
Lollipop, Zi-Z-P-P 
Lom'bard, Zi-m-BTd 



liOO 

Lo'ment, Z'-Mnt 
Lon'doner, Z~N-D-Nr 
Lone, Zn^ 

Lone'liness, z^-Nl-Ns 
Lone'ly, Z^-Sl, Z^-Nl-B, 

Z2-Nlst 
Lone'some, Zns'-M, Zns^ 

-M-R, Ziis---Mst 
Lone'somely, Zub'tM-Z 
Lone'BomenesB, Znsi^II- 

Ns 
Long, (o.) Z'-NG, Zi-NG- 

Gr, Zi-NG-Gst [NG», 

NGrl, NGst'] • 
Long, (V.) ZLNG, Zi-NGd, 

Z'-NG-NG 
Long'-boat, £i-NG-Bt 
Longe, Zr-N-<r 
Longe'ral, zs-lt J-Vl 
Longe v'ity, Z^-N-Jv-T 
Longe'vous, £8-N-J-Vs 
LoDg'hand, Zi-NG-Hnd 
Long'-headed, Z>-NG- 

H-Dd 
Longim'etry, Zs-N-J-M- 

Tr 
Long'ing, £'-NG-NG 
Long'lngly, Zi-NGt-NGl 
Longiu'quity, Z»-N-J-N- 

Kw-T 
Longi^os'ter, Zi-N-J- 

«str ' 
Longiros'tral, z'-N-J-s- 

sTr-L 
Long'ish, Zi-NO-SH 
Lon'gltude, Zi-N-J-Td 
Logitud'iual-ly, Z«-N-J- 

Td-Nl 
Long'legB, £i-NG-Z-Gz 
Long'-lived, z'-NG-z-vd 
Long'-measure, lASa- 

M-ZHr 
Long'-primer, £>-NG-Pr- 

Mr 
Long'-run, Z'-NG-iJa 
Long'shore-man, Z'-NG^ 

SHc-Mn 
Long'-sighted, Z'-NGs- 

Td 
Long'-sightedness, £i- 

NGs-Td-Na 
Long'-spun, Z'-NGs-Pn 
Long'-Bufi'srance, z^- 

NGs-F-fins . 
Long'-8u£E)9Ting, z^-NGs 

-F-B-HG 
Long'-winded, Z^-NG- 

Wn-Dd 
Long'wise, Z'-^G-Wz 
Loo, Za, Zs-D, £»NG 
LooTjy, £8-B 
Loof, Zaor2-F 
Look, Z»-K, Z=-E-T, Z'-E- 

NG 
Look'er, Z^-Er 
Look'er-on, i'-Kr-. 
Look'ing-glass, Z»-K- 

NG-Gls 
Look'out, lA-K-T 
Looks, ZS-Es 



LOO 

Loom, i'-M. Z'-Md, L'-M. 

-NG 
IiOon, Lh' 
Loop, 2AP, i»-Pt, is-P- 

NG 
Loop'-hole, £»-P-Hl 
Loose, («.) is', Xst», is«- 

NG 
Loose, (a.) Xs^, ZsS-K, Zs^- 

St 
Loose'ly, Ls'-L 
Loos'eu, £s>-N, La'-TSd, 

Xsn-N-Na 
Loose'ness, £s^lTs 
Loose'strife, Lsa^-lrt 
Loot, its, is-xa, zts-NG 
Lop, i"-:^, £i-Pt, /,1-P-KG 
Lop'per, ii-Pr, X.>-Prd, 

i'-Pr-NG 
Lop'ping, i'-P-NG 
Lop'sided, 2,>-P»-Da 
Loqua'cious, i^-Kw-SHs 
Loqua'ciousness, L'-Kw 

-SHs-Na 
Loquao'lty, i'-Ews-T 
Lord, ird', iri-Dd, irdi- 

NG 
Lordliness, Lid^-L-TSa 
Lord'liug, Lid^-L-SG 
Lord'ly, irdi-i, irdi-£- 

E, irdi-£st 
Lord's-day, trdz'-D 
Lord'ship, ird>:SH 
Lore, ir» 
Lorette', L--Ri 
Lorgnette', Lt'S-T 
LoT'icate, ii-B-Kt, L^-E- 

K-Td, ii-B-Kt-KG 
Lorioa'tion, L'-B-Ketm 
Lo'riot, Ifi-B-T 
Lorn, i^rni 
LoB'able, Lz'-B-Xi 
Lose, £z> £z>-KG 
Los'el, Li-Zl 
IiOB'er, £s-Zr 
Los'ing, iz»-NG 
Los'ingly, £zS.ijG-L 
Loss, Zs> 
Lost, £st> 

Lot, iti, i»-Td, iti-NG 
Lote, £t> 
Lotb, iS-TH 
Lo'tion, Lsbnl' 
Lo'tos, i*-Ts 
Lot'tery, Lt^-B 
Lo'tus, i=-Ts 
Loud, ii-D, Z.i-Dr, £>-DBt 
Loud'ly, Z,i-D-i 
Loud'ness, £^I>-Ks 
Lough, Xi-E 
Louis'-d'or, i'-Dr 
Lounge, i'-Bf- J, X,>-N-Jd, 

ii-N-J-NG 
Loun'ger, i'-N- Jr 
Louse, Xs> 
Lous'iness, £>-Z-N3 
Lous'y, £i-Z 
Lout, Z.ti 
Lout'ish, £i-T-SH 
IioufiBhly, L^r-sm 



156 

Lout'isliness, i'-T-SH- 

Ns 
Lou'ver or Lou'vre, £'- 

Vr 
Lov'aWe, L'y-Bl 
LoT'age,£i!.v-J 
Love, L'-y, z«-va, x»-v- 

NG 
Love'-apple, is-V-Pl 
Love'-favor, za-v-F-Vr 
Love'-feast, Z^-V-Fst 
Love'-knot, ZS-V-Nt 
Love'less, Z^-V-Zs 
Love'-letter, Z^-V-Ztr 
Loreli'ness, ZS-V-Z-Ns 
Love'-look, Z2-V-Z-K 
Love'-lom, Z»-V-Z-Hn 
Lore'ly, L^-V-L, Z'-\-L- 

B, Z2-V-ZBt 
Lov'er, Z8-VP 
Love'-siok, Z'-Vs-K 
LoTe'-«ickness, Z^Ys-E- 

Ns 
Love'-aong, Z'-Vs-NG 
Love'-suit, Z2-VS-T 
Love'-tale, Z»-v-T-L 
Love'-token, Z^-V-T-Kn 
Lov'ing-kiudnesB, L> - 

V-NG-Knd-Ns 
LoT'ingly, Z^-V-NQl 
LoT'ingness, Z^ - V - HG - 

Ns 
Low, (o.) Jfl, Z«-S, Zsts 
Low, (v.) ZS, Z«-D, Zs-NG 
Low'-bom, L'-B-Ba 
LoW-bred, £»-Brd 
Low'-oburoh, Z^-CHr- 

CH 
Low'-Dutoh, Z'-D-CH 
Low'er, £a-B, L^-Bi, lA- 

B-NG 
Low'er, Z>-B, Zi-Bd, Zi- 

R-NG 
Low'ei-case, z^-B-Eb 
Low'eringly, Zi-E-NGl 
Low'eTmost, Z^-B-Mst 
Low'ery, L^-R 
Low'ing, Z»-NG 
Low'land, Z^-Znd 
Low'lander, ZS-Zndr 
Low'linesB, ZS-Z-Ns 
Low'ly, V^-L, L'-L-B, Ifl- 

Zst 
Lowly-minded, lA-L- 

Mn-Bd 
Low'nesB, Z'-Ns 
Low'-presBure, Z«-Pr- 

SHr 
Low'-priced, Zs-Prst 
Low'-roofed, L'-Btt 
Low'-spirited, Zs^-Pr-Td 
Loxodrom'ic, Z»-K-sDr- 

M-E 
Loxodrom'ics, Zi-E-sSr- 

M-Ea 
Loy'al, Z>-L 
Loy'aUst, Zi-Zst 
Loy'ally, V-L 
Loy'alty, Z»-Z-T 
Loz'enge, Zz»-N- J 



LUM 

LuVber, Z»-Br 
Lub'berly, Zs-Br-Z 
Lu'bric, Z»-Br-K 
Lularical, Z»-Br-El 
Lutricant, Z"-Br-Ent 
Lu'bricate, Z»-Br-Et 
Lubrlca'tion, X' - Br - 

Eshn 
LunSricator, Z^-Br-Etr 
Lubricity, Z»-Brs-T 
Lul>ricou8, ZS-Br-Es 
Lubrifica'tion, Z^-Brf- 

Eshn 
Lubrifac'tion, Z>-Br-r- 

Esbn 
Luce, Zs> 
Lu'cent, Zs>-Nt 
Lu'ceru, ZB^-Bn 
Lucer'nal, Zb>-B-KI 
Lu'cid, Zb»-D 
Lucidity, Zs«-D-T 
Lu'cidness, Zs>-D-Ns 
Lu'oifep,Zs»-F-B 
Lu'cifer-matcli, Zs>-r- 

E-M-CH . 
Lucif' erous, Zs'-r-Ks 
Luoif ic, Zs»-r-E 
Lu'ciform, Zs»-F-E-M 
Luck, L'-S. 
Luckily, ZS-KI 
Luck'iness, Z^-E-Ns 
Luckless, Z--E-ZH 
Luck'y, Z«-E, Z2-Er, Z«- 

Est 
Iiu'crative, Z>-Ert-T 
Lu'ore, Z»-Er 
Lu'cubrate, Z«-K-Brt,Z». 

E-Br-Td, Z8-E-BrtC) 
Lucubration, Z« - E - 

Brshn 
Lu'cubratory, Z'-E-Brt- 

B 
Lu'oulent, Z»-E-Znt 
Lu'dicrous, Z^-D-Ers 
Lu'dicrouBly, Z'-D-Er- 

sZ 
Im'dicrousness, Z«-D- 
•Ers-Ns 
Lu'es, Z»-Z 

Luff, Z2-r, Z2-Ft, z«-F-Na 
Lug, Z«-G, Z«-G-D, XA-g^ 

NG 
Lug'gage, Z'-G-J 
Lug'ger, Z»-Gr 
Lug'-sail, Z^G-sZ 
Lugu'briouB, Z'- (J-Bra 
Luke'warm, Z^-E-Wr-M 
Luke'warmly, Z^-E-Wr- 

M-Z 
Luke'warmness, L>-K- 

Wr-M-Ns 
Lull, Z»-L, £»-Ld, Z«-Ir 

NG 
LuU'aby, z»-Z-B 
LuU'er, z»-Z-B 
Lum, Z"-M 
Lumbaglnous, z>-M-B- 

.J-Nb 
Lumba'go, z:-M-B-G 
Luml>ar, z>-M-Br 



LUM 

Ijum'ber, i^.M-Br, i»- 

M-Brd, i2.M-Br-NG 
Lum'berer, i»-M-Bi»B 
Iium'berman, L'-H-Bt- 

Mn 
Iiumter-room, £= - M - 

Br-R-M 
Iium'ber-yard, L'-il-Bi- 

Trd 
Xium'bric, £>-M Br-E 
Iium'brical, f-il Br-El 
Iiu'mmary, i^-M-Nr 
XiuminiferouB, Zs.m-N- 

F-Bs 
Iiuminos'ity, ii-M-Ns-T 
Iiu'minous, L'-Ti-THa 
ZjU'minousIy, ia-M-Ns-L 
XjU'minouBness, £& - H - 

Ns-Na 
Lump, ZS-M-P, i!-Mt, L2- 

M-P-NG 
Iiump'-fish, £S-M-P-F- 

Iiump'isll, Z2-M-P-SH 
Lump'ishly, ia-M-P-SHl 
liump'ishnesB, £z-M-P- 

SH-Ns 
Iiump'y, ia-M-P, i»-M- 

Pr, i2-M-Pst 
Xiu'na, i'-N 
Lu'naoy, i»-K-S 
Ija'nar, /ANr 
Iia'nar-oauBtic, X^.i^r- 

Ks-X-K 
Iiuna'Tian, Ln^-Sn 
Iiu'uate, i>-Nt 
Lu'nated, Zs-N-Td 
IiU'natio, is-Nt-K (or 

Znts-K) 
Lu'natio-Asylum, Znt'- 

E-81-M 
Xiuna'tion, Z'-Nshn 
Xiunch, i2-N-CH, za-N- 

CHt. Z2-N-CH-NG 
Iiunch'eon, L'-TH-CBn 
Iiune, Zn< 
IiU'net,Z3-Nt 
Lunette', L'-m 
Lung, Z'-NG 
Lunge, L'-V-J 
Lu'mfonn, ZS-N-F-B-M 
Luniso'lar, Z>-N-BZ-It 
Lunt, Znt3 
Lu'nujar, Z»-N-Zr 
Lu'nulate, z^-N-Zt 
Lu'nulated, Z'-N-Z-Td 
Luper'cal, z«-Pr-Kl 
EupercaOia, Z«-Pr-K-Z 
Lu'pine, Z'-Pn 
Lu'puline, Z^-F-Zn 
Lu'pus, Z^-Ps 
Lurch, Zr2-CH, ZrS-CHt, 

Zr^-CHNO 
Lurch'er, Zr^-CHp 
Lure, Li', Zrd», Zr»-NG. 

See Allure. 
Lu'rid, Z8-i8a 
Lurk, £ri!-K, ZrS-K-T, Zr^ 

K-NG 
Lurk'er, Zr«-Kr 



157 
Lurk'ing-plaoe, Lf-K- 

NG-Pls 
Lur'ry, Z'-B 
Lus'cious, Ifl-SHa 
L)is'oiously, Z^-SHs-Z 
Lus'oiouBnesB, L'-iSHa- 

LuBh, Z'-SH 
Lu'siad, Zs^D 
Lusk'ish, Zs^-E-SH 
Lu'Bory, Zs»-B 
LuBt, Zsta, Xs2-Td, ZstS- 

NG 
LuB'ter, Zsti'S ^ 
Lus'terless, Zs^-Tr-Zs 
Lust'fnl-ly, Zs^-T-Fl 
Lust'fulness, Zs^-T-Fl-Ns 

[Zst2!Fs] 
Lus'tily, Zs^-T-Z 
Lus'tiness, Zsi-T-Ns 
Lus'tral, Zs«-Tr-L 
Lus'trate, Zs'-Trt 
Lustra'tion, Zs^-Irsbn 
Lus'tre, Zstr^ 
Lus'tring, Zs^-Tr-NG 
LuB'trous, Zs^-Tis 
Lus'trum, Lef-Ti-M 
LuB'ty, Zb'-T, Zs»-T-R, 

Zs'-Tst' 
Lut'aniat, Zt»-Nst ' 
Luta'rious, Z'-T-JBs 
Luta'tion, Z'-Xslm 
Lute, LV 
Lu'teouB, ZS-Ts 
Lute'string, Ztss-Tr-NG 
Lu'theran, ZS-TH-fln 
Lu'tberaniam, z^-TH-iin 

-zM 
Lu'therism, ZthiS-zM 
Lu'them, Z«-TH-i8n 
Lut'ing, Zts-NG 
Lu'toBe,Zn.xs 
Lu'tuleut, V-T-Lnt 
Luz'ate, Z'-Es-T, Z^-Es 

Td, Z!-Es-T-1<G 
Luza'tion, Z'-Eesto 
Luxu'rianoe, Z'-E-sKns 
Luxu'riancy, Z'-E-siJn- 

S 
Luzn'riant, Z'-K-sBnt 
Luxu'riantly, V-S.-sBat- 

Z 
Luzu'riate, Z'-E-sB-T, Ifi 

-E-sB-Td, Z«-E-sfit-NG 
Luzuria'tion, Z^ - E 

siZshn 
Luzu'rious, Z>-E-sB3 
Luzu'riously, Z^-E-sB- 

sZ 
Luzn'riousness, Z'- E - 

bBs-Ns 
Luz'ury, Z'-E-sB 
Lycau'thropy, Zi-Enthr- 

P 
Lyoe'um, Zs*-M 
Lyd'ian, Z«-Dn 
Lye, Zi 
Ly'ing, £i-NG 
Ly'ing-in, Zi-NG-N 
Ly'ingly, Zi-N&l 



MAO 

Lymph, Z'-M-F 
Lym'phate, Z»-M-Ft 
Lymphat'ic, Z>-M-F-T-E 
Lyzhph'educt, z»-M-r-D 

-Et 
Lyn'oean, Z'-Ns-N 
Lynch, ZS-N-CH, Z'-N- 

CHt, Z»-jr-OH-NG 
Lynch'-law, Z»-N-CH-Z 
Lynz, "-NG-Es 
Lynx'-eyed, Z»-NG-Es-D 
Ly'ra, Zi-B , 
Ly'rate, Z'-Bt 
Lyre, Zri 

Lyre'-bird, Zr'-Brd 
Lyr'io, ir'-E 
Lyr'ioal, Zr»-El 
Lyr'ioism, Zr^-S-zM 
Ly'rist, zi-Bst 



M. 



M, the thirteentli letter of 
the Alphabet, represents 
the sound of m as heard in 
may, my, him, etc. In 
proper English words m Is 
never silent. 

Jfm, especially when oc- 
curring after an accented 
short-vowel, usually has 
the sound of single m, as 
in hammer, dimmer, pu7n- 
mel, lamm,.etc. 
Ma, Ml 
Ma'am, M'-M 
Macad'amize, M-E-D'- 

Mz, M-E-Di-Mzd, M-E- 

D>-Mz-NG 
Macaro'ni, M-E-ZP-jr 
Maoaron'ic, M-,p-Bi-N-K 
Macaroon', M-E-Bn> 
Macaw', M'-E 
Mac'cabees, M-E-Bz' 
Mao'caboy, M-E-B> 
Mace, Mss 

Mace' -bearer, Ms^-B-Br 
Ma'cer, Ms-B^ 
Mac'erate, Ks-Bt<, Ms- 

Bi-Td, Ms-Bti-NG 
Macera'tion, Ms-Bshn^ 
Machiavel'ian, M-E-ya. 

Zn 
Machiavel'ianlsm, M-E- 

VS-Znz-M 
Mach'iavelism, M-E-Vi- 

Zz-M 
Machicola'tion, M-CH'- 

E-Zshn 
Mach'inal, M>-E-N1 
Mach'inate, M'-E-Nt, M- 

E-N-Tdl, M»-E-Nt-NG 
Machina'tion, M- - E - 

Nshn 
Mach'inatOT, M>-E-Ntr 
Machine', M-SEs' 



MAC 

Ilaohin'ery, M-SH'-Nr 
Machin'lst, M-SH^-Nst 
Mack'erel, M-Kr-Li 
Mack'erel-Bky, M - £r - 

Lb1-K 
Mack'intoah, M-Eiit-SH> 
Maok'le, Mi-£1 
Mac'rocosm, U>-Er-E- 

zM 
Macrom'eter, Mi-Er-Mtr 
lla'cron, M'-Em 
Ilac'ula, M-K-£i 
Hac'ulate, M-E-£ti 
llacula'tion, M-E-£sIm> 
Kac'ule, m-k-l> 
Had, (a.) H-Dl (Mdi), 

M>-Dr, Mi-Dst (Mdst>) 
Mad, (V.) U-D>, U-Dcli, 

M-DI-N& 
Mad'am, Mdi-M 
Madame', Md<-SI 
Mad'cap, Md-E-F> 
Mad'den, M-Dni, M-Sndi, 

M-Dni-NG 
Mad'der, M-Sr' 
Made, Md> 
Mad'efy, M-Di-r, M-Dfi- 

D, M-DfJ-NG 
Madei'ra, M-D'ors-B 
Mademoiselle', Md-M- 

ZiS 

Mad'-headed, Mdi-H-Dd 
Mad'-house, Md>-Hs 
Mad'ly, Md<-£ 
Mad'man, Mdl-Mn 
Mad'ness, M-Ci-Ns 
Madon'na, M-D^-N 
Mad'repore, Mdr'-Pr 
Madrier' or Mad'rier, 

Mad'rigal, Mdr'-Ol 
Mael's&om, M-£s^Tt-H 
Maesto'so, Ms-t'-S 
Magazine', M^-Qz-N 
Mag'dalen, M-G-D^-La 
Mag'got, M'-Gt 
Mag'goty, m:-g-t» 
Ma'gi, M-j;3 
Ma'gian, M-Jn' 
Ma'gianism, M-Jn^Z-U 

:M-Ji!-zM] 
Mag'ic, M-Ji-K 
Mag'ioal-ly, M-Ji-Kl 
Magi'cian, M-Jehn^ 
Magilp', M-G-i,s.p 
Magilph', M-G-X»-P 
Magiste'rial-ly, M- J»-bT- 

m 
Hagiste'rialness, M-J>- 

bT-BI-Ns 
Mag'istraoy, M-JI-bTp-S 
Mag'iatrate, M-/'-sTrt 
Mag'ma, M^-G-M 
Magna- Magne- and 
Magni- are commonly 
written l>y the Btem M 
placed pajrtially over the 
remainder of the word, 
Mag'na-Char'ta, M'-G- 

N-Kr-T . [M:Kr-T>] 



158 

Magnanim'ity, M-G-N- 

N-M-Ta [M:N-M-T8] 
Magnau'imous, M^ - G - 

Nn-MB [M:N1-Mb: 
Magnan'imously, M-G- 

Nn-M-sii [M:N-M-sL>l 
Mag'nate, Mi-G-Nt 
Magne-, See Moffna-. 
Magne'sia, M-G-N-ZB^ 

[M:ZH»] 
Magne'sium, M-G-H-ZH^ 

-M [M:ZHs-M] 
Mag'net, M'-G-Nt * 
Magnet'ic, ii'.-a-'Uft-K 

tM:TS-K] 
Magnet'ical-ly, M^-G-Nt- 

Kl [M:T2-K1] 
Magnet'icalness, M'-G- 

Nt-Kl-Ns EM:T2-Kl-Ns] 
Magneti'cian, M - 6 - N - 

TBhnS [M :Tshn'] 
Magnet'ics, M^G-Nt-Es 

[M:T2K6] 
Mag'netism, Mi-G-Ntz-M 

rM:Ti-zM] 
Mfag'netist, M-G-N-TBt' 

tMlTBti] 
Magnetiza'tion, M-G-N- 

Tz»ft»a [M •.Tzshn'l 
Mag'netize, M-G-N-Tzi, 

M-G-N-Tzdl, M-G-N-Tzi- 

NG [M : Tzi, M : Tzdi, M 

:Tz>-NG] 
Mag'netizer, M-O-Nt-Zri 

CM :Ti-zB] 
Magneto-electric'lty, 

M-G-N-Ta-i-E-Trs-T [M- 

:T»-i;-E-Trs-T] 
Magnetom'eter, M-G-N- 

T»-Mtr [M:T>-Mtr] 
Magni-, See Magna-. 
Mag'nifiable, M-GhN-Fi- 

Bl tM:ri-Bl] 
Magnific, M-G-N-FS-E 

JMlFS-E] 
Magnif'ical, M-G-N-F3- 

Kl [M:F'-E1] - 
Magnificat, M-frN-F»- 

K-T [M:rs-E-Tl 
Magnificence, M-G-ir- 

Fs«-Ns [MiFsa-Ns] 
Magnificent, M-G-N- 

Fs»-Nt tM:Fs3-Nt] 
Magnificently, M-G-N- 

Fs3-Nt-L tM:FsS-Nt-Lj 
Mag'nifier, M-G-N-F»-E 

CM:Fi-E] 
Mag'nify, M-G-N-Fi, M- 

G-N-PdS M-G-N-F'-NG 

|:M:Fi, M:Fdi, M :Fi- 

KG] 
Mag'nifying, M-G-N-F'- 

NG [M :F1-NG] 
Magnil'oquence, M'-G- 

Nl-Kwns [M:L»-Ewns] 
Magnil'oquent, M' - G - 

Nl-Kwnt [M:LS-Kwnt] 
Mag'nitude, M-G-N-Tdi 

j:M:Tdi] 
Magno'Ua, M-G-N-i* 



HAS 

Mag'pie, M-G-P' 
Maguey', M^-Gw 
Mahog'any, M>-H-G-N 
Mahom'edan, M-H-U- 

Dni 
Mahom'etan, m-h-M- 

Tn» 
Maid, M-DS 
Maid'en, M-Dn' 
Maid'en-hair, ll-Tt'-'S' 

Hr 
Maid'en-bead, M-Dn'- 

hoD 
Maid'en-hood, M-Dn*- 

hoD 
Maid'enlike, M-s^-Nl-E 
Maid'enly, M-D^-Nl 
Maid'hood, M-D'-Hod 
Maid'-serrant, M-D'^sl^ 

Vnt or Md2-BiJ-Vnt 
Mai'hem, M:-H-M 
Mail, M-Ifi, M-LdS M-Ii3- 

NG 
Mail'able, li-L'-Bl 
Mail'-coach, t^-L'-K-CS 
Mailed, M-Ld'i 
Maim, M^-M, M^-Md, M^- 

M-NG 
Main, Mn^ 
Main'-deck, Mn^-D-E 
Main'-land, Mn'-Znd 
Mainly, M^-NI 
Main'-mast, Mn^Mst 
Main'pemor, M-N-Pr*- 

Nr 
Main'prise, M-N-Prz^ M- 

N-Przds, M-N-Prz»-NQ 
Main'-sail, m^-N-bL 
Main'-sheet, Mn^-SEt 
Main'-spring, M^-N-sPr- 

NG 
Mifin'-stay, MnsS-T 
Maintain', Mnts-N, Mnts- 

Nd, Mnt2-N-NG 
Maintain'able, Hnt - N 

Bia 
Maintain'er, Mnt-N-BS 
Main'tenance, Mnt^-Nns 
Main'-top, MnS-T-P 
Main'-yard, M^-N-Y-Ed 

[Mn2.Yd] 
Maize, Mz> 
Majes'tic, M-J«-bT-K 
Ma]es'tioal-ly, M-j'-sT- 

El 
Majes'ticalness, M-J'- 

bT-EI-Ns 
Maj'esty, M-J»-bT 
Ma]orica, M-Ji-£-E 
Ma'jor, M-Jrs 
Ma']or-domo, M-Jr'-D-M 
Major-gen'eral, M-Jr^- 

Ju 
Major'ity, M-Jri-T [M- 

Jrti] 
Majus'cule, M-Js'-El 
Make, M^-E, M^-E-NG 
Make'-bate, M^-E-Bt 
Make'beliere, MS-K-B1t 
Mak'er, M'-Er 



MAK 

llake'-shift, H^-E-SH-Ft 
Make'-weight, Ms-K-wT 
Mal'achite, M-i:>-E-T 
Jlalacol'ogist, M-Z/'-EI- 

Jet 
Malacol'ogy, M-Z.1-EI-JI 
Jtlaladmiuistra'tion, M- 

£2.D-Mns-Tshn 
Maladroit', M-Z^-Dit 
Mal'ads-, M-£i-D 

Mai'aga;, M-zi-a 
If al'apert, M-ii-Prt 
Harapertuess, M-lASzt 

Ns 
Malapropos', M-Z'-Ti-T 
Mala'ria, H-L'-B 
Mala'rial, N.-L»-Bl 
Mala'rious, M.-L>-Ba 
Malconforma'tlon, Ml 

iF^-R-Mshn cMliFshnS] 
Mal'conteut, Ml :Tiit' 
Malcontent'ed, MliTn'- 

Td 
Malconteut'edness, Ml 

iTn2-Td-NB 
Male, Ml^ 
Maledic'tion, ^■L>-I}- 

Eshn 
Mal'efactor, M-£i-F-Ktr 
Malefao'tion, M-Zi-F- 

Estan 
Malev'olence, M-£^Y- 

Malevolent, M-L^-y-Lnt 
Maler'olently, Ji-L'- 
~ V-int-i 
Malfea'aance, IS.-L'-'Ei- 

Ns 
Malform', M-ii-F-E-M 
Malforma'tion, M-z<-F- 
I R-Mshn 
Mal'ice, M-rei 
Mali'cioua, M-Z'-Sffs 
Mali'ciously, M-Z'-SEs- 
f L 
Mali'ciousness, M - £3 . 

5Hs-Ns 
Malign', M-Zni, M-indi, 

M-Lni-NG 
Malig'nancy, M ■ £s ■ a 

Nn-S 
Malig'nant, M-Z^-a-Nnt 
Malig'na^tly, M-zs-G- 

Nnt-i 
Maligned', M-Cndi 
Malign'er, M-Zn'-B 
Malig'nity, M-i'-a-N-T 
Malign'ly, M-ii-Nl 
Malin'ger, M-is-NG-Gr, 

M-i'-NG-Grd, M-i»-HG- 

Gr-KG 
Mal'lson, M-Xs'-N 
-^fallEin, Mi-En 
Mall, M-Li, M-Ld', M-L'- 

NG 
Mallard, M-Z>-Sd 
Malleabil'ity, M-is-Bl-T 
Mal'leable, M-Z'-Bl 
Mal'leablenesB, M-£i-Bl- 

Ns [M-ii!Bs] 



159 

Mal'Ieate, M-X>-T, M-Z'- 

Td, M-ii-T-NG 
Mallea'tion, M-Zshns 
Mailed, M-Ldi 
Mal'let, M-iti 
Mal'low, M-i> 
Mal'lows, M-izi 
Malm'sey, M-M-Z' 
Malo'dor, M-X'-Dr 
Malprac'tice, M-i'-Pr-E- 

Ts 
Malt, M-Lt<, M-ii-Td, M- 

iti-NG 
Malt'-liquor, M-Zti-i-Er 
Malt'man, M-Lt'-Mn 
Maltreat', M-Zs-Trt, M- 

ii-Tr-Td, M-iS-TrtC) 
Maltreat'ment, M-£9- 

Trt-Mnt 
Malt'ster, M-it»-sTr 
Malversa'tiou^ Ml- 

Mam, Mi-M 
Mam'aluke, M-M-Xi-E 
Mamma', M>-M 
Mam'mal, Mi-Ml 
Mamma'lia, M-M-Z» 
Mamma'llan, M-M-Xn^ 
Mammarogy, M-M-X'-J 
Mam'mary, M-M-iJ' 
Mam'mlfer, M-M-Fr' 
Mammireroua, M-M 

Frss 
Mam'miform, M-M-F'-B 

-M 
Mam'millary, M-M-X^-i! 
Mam'nion, Mi-Mn 
Mam'monist, M-Mn-St' 
Mam'moth, m-m-th> 
Man, Mnl, Mndi, Mn'-NG 
Man'aole, M'-N-El, M^-N 

■Eld, Mi-N-Kl-NQ 
Man'age, M-N-Ji, M-N- 

Jdi, M-N-Ji-NG 
Man'ageable, M-N-Ji-Bl 
Man'ageableness, M-H- 

J'-Bl-Ns [!Bsl 
Man'agement, M • K - J>- 

Mnt 
Man'ager, M-N-Jr' 
Mau'agery, M-n-JI-B 
Manatee' or Manati', M- 

N-T» 
Manohineel', M-N-CE»- 

Nl 
Man'cipate, M-Ns-Fti 
Mancipa'tion, M - Ns - 

FshnS 
Man'oiple, M-Ns-Pi-L 
Manda'mus, Mu-D'or^- 

Ms 
Mandarin', Mn-SS-Bn 
Man'datary, Mn-I>t>-ii 
Man'date, Mn-Dti 
Man'datory, Mn-Dt^-ii 
Man'dible, Mn-D'-Bl 
Mandib'ular, Mn-D^-Bl- 

B 
Man'drake, M-N-Dr'-K 
Maa'drel, M-lf-Dr>-L 



MAN 

Man'ducate, Mn-D'-Et 
Manduca'tion, Mn-Dl- 

Eshu 
Mane, Mn> 
Manege', Mn-ZE^ 
Ma'nes, M^-Nz 
Maneu'ver, M-N-V»-E, M 

-N-V»-JZd. M-N-V»-E-NG 
Maneu'verer, M-N-Vs- 

Br 
Maa'ful,Mn-Fi-L 
Man'fully, Mn-F>-X 
Man'fulness, Mn-Fi-Ii- 

Ns [MnMFs] 
Manganese', M^-N-G-Nz 
Mange, M-N-Js 
Man'gel-wurzel, M»-N- 

Gl-Wrt-zX 
Man'ger, M-N-Jr' 
Man'giness, M-K-Ji-Na 
Man'gle, Mi-NG-Gl, M>- 

NG-Gld» Mi-NG-Gl-NG 

CM>-NG1, ■ M>-NQld, Ml- 

NGl-NG 
Mau'gler, M-NG-Gl-Bi 

[M-NGl-Ei] - 
Man'go, Mi-NG-G 
Man'gostan, M-N-Gs-Tni 
Man'gosteen, M-N-Gs- 

Tn> 
Mau'grove, Mi-N-Grr 
Man'gy, M-N-J' M-N-Js- 

E. M-N-Jsta 
Mahha'den, Mn-E-DnS 
Man'-hater, Mn>-Etr 
Man'-liole, Mi-N-Hl 
Man'hood, Mn'-Hd 
Ma'nia, M'-N 
Ma'niac, M^-N-E 
Mani'acal, M'-N-EI 
Maniohe'an, MS-N-K-N 
Man'ichee, M'-N-E 
Man'icheiam, M'-N-E- 

zM 
Man'icheist, M'-N-Est 
Man'ichord, M'-N-Erd 
Manichord'on, M-N-Er- 

Dn» 
Man'ifeat, M-N-Fsti, M- 

N-Fsl-Td, M-N-Fst>-NG 
Maaifest'able, M-N-Fs'- 

T-Bl [M-N-FsJ-Bl] 

Manifesta'tion, M-N-Fs> 

-Tshn 
Man'ifestly, M-N-Fs^-T- 

X C-Fs-L] 
Manifea'to, M-N-Fb^-T 
ManCifold, M-N-Fi-Ld, 

M-N-F'-X-Dd, M-N-Fl- 

LdC) 
Man'ifoldly, M-N-Fi-Xd- 

X 
Man'ikin, M'-N-En 
Manil'la, M-N-Xs 
Ma'uioo, M^-K-E 
Man'iple, M-N-PU 
Manip'ular, M-N-P'-X-H 
Manip'ulate, M-N-ps-xt, 

M-N-Pa-X-Td, M-N-PS- 

Xt-NG 



MAN 

Uanipula'tion, M-N-P>- 

£shn 
Hanip'ulative, M-IT-ps- 

it-Y 
Ilanip'ulator, M-N-PS- 

itr 
Ua'nis, M^-Ns 
lllan'-kiUer, Mni-K-Zr 
Hankind', Mn'-End 
Hanks, Mi-NG-Es 
Man'like, Mn-Zi-E/ 
Mau'linesB, M>-Nl-Ks 
Han'ly, M«-N1, M-Nl-Bi, 

M»-NlBt '^ 

Uan'-midwife, Mn'-Md- 

IVEan'na, M'-N 
Manned, Mndi 
Ilan'ner, M'-Nr 
Han'nered, M'-Nrd 
Han'nerism, M*-Nrz-M 
IMan'neTist, M>-Nrst 
Man'nerliness, M-Nt-X' 

■Nb 
Slan'nerly, M-Nr-i> 
XCan'nerB, M'-Nrz 
Hau'ish, Mn-SHi 
Han'ishly, Mii-SH>-£ 
Ilanoeu'Tre, M-H-V-B. 

See Maneuver. 
Man-of-war', Mn'-V-Wr 
Man-of-war'-bird, Mn'- 

T-Wr-Brd 
Man-of-wars'-mon, Mni 
, -V-Wrz-Mn 
Man'or, M>-Nr 
Man'or-house, M<-Nr-Es 
Mano'rial, M-N-£ls 
Man'or-seat, M'-Nrs-T 
Man'oscope, M-Ns-K-Pi 
Man'sard-roof, Mns-Bd^- 

m . 
Manse, Mps* 
Man'-servant, HniiB£^ 

Vnt 
Man'sion, Mi-Nsbn 
Man'sionary, M-Nshn- 

Man'sion-bouse, M^ - 

NBhn-Hs 
Man'slaughter, H-I7- 

Bitr> tMs-rtri] 
Man'-stealer, MuBi-T-i- 

B 
Man'suetude, Mn-S'-Td 
Man'tel, Mu-Ti-L 
Mantelet', Mn-Ti^£t 
Man'tel-piece, Mn-T»-X- 

Fs 
Man'tel-sbelf, Mn-Ti-£- 

SHIF 
Man'tel-tree, Mn-Ti-£- 

Tr 
Mantil'la, Un-T'-X 
Mantis'BO, Mn-T«-S 
Man'tle, Mu-Ti-L, Mn-T»- 

Ld. Mn-Ti-L-NG 
Man'tled, Mn-Ti-Ld 
Man'tlA-pieoe, Mn-T'-X- 

Fa 



160 

Man'tle-Bhelf, Mn-Ti-£- 
8Hi-r 

Man'tle-tree, Mn-Ti-£- 

Tr 
Mantlet, Mn-Ti-Zt 
Man'to, Mn-Ti 
Mantol'ogy, Md-T»-£-J 
Man'-trap, M-N-Tr>-P 
Man'tua, Mn-T» 
Man'tua-maker, Mn-T'- 

M-Kr 
Mam'ual,M-^-H 
Man'ualiy, M-N-X' 
Manufac'tory, M-N-r>- 

K-T-B [M-N-Fi] 
Manufact'ure, U-N-F*- 

Ktr, M-N-Fi-K-OHrd, M- 

N-F»-Ktr-NO [M-N-Ftr>. 

M-N-ri-Trd, M-N-Ftr(-)]» 
Manufacfurer, H-N-F*- 

Ktr-E [M-N-Fi-E] 
Manumis'sion, Mn^ - 

MiihQ 
Manumit', Mn>-Mt, Mn- 

M-Td8, Mn-MtO' 
Manumit'ter, Hn>-Mtr 
Manumo'tive, Mn-Mt-V^ 
Manui^'able, Mn-Ji'-Bl 
Manure', Mn-Rs, Mn-Bd', 

Mn-B'-NG 
Manur'age, Mn-K'-J 
Manure'ment, mq-b^. 

Ktnt 
Man'uscript, M-N-sEr- 

Pti c-sK-Pt: 
Man'-worship, M> - N - 

Wr-Sfl^P 
Man'y, MS-N 
Man'y-oolored, M^-N-K- 

£rd 
Man'r-eomered, M*-n- 

Kr-Nrd 
Man'y-leaved, Ma-N-i- 

Vd 
Man'y-legged, M»-N-£- 

G-D 
Man'y-lettered, BP-N- 

Z-Trd 
Man'y-parted, M^-K-P- 

ii-Td 
Man'y-peopled, M'-K 

P-PId 
Man'y-sided, M^-Ns-Dd 
Man'y-timea, M^N-T-Mz 
Man'y-toned, Ma-N-Tnd 
Man'y-yoiced, M"-N-Vst 
Man'y-wiiya, Ms-N-Wz 
Map, 1I-F>, M-Pt», M-P>- 

NG 
Ma'ple, M-PH 
Ma'plertree, M-Pl^-Tr 
Mar, M-Bi, M-«d>, M-^i- 

NG 
Maronath'a, M-fii-N-TH 
Maraschi'no, M-Ks'-E-N 
Maraa'mus, M-fii-zMs 
Maraud', M-«i-D, M-£i- 

Dd, M-fii-D-NG 
Maraud'er, M-fii-Br 
Marave'di, M-BO-y.]) 



MAR 

MarTjle, Mr-Bl«, Mr- 

Bld>, Mt-B1>-NG 
Mar'bled, Mr-Bldi 
Mar'bler, Mr-Bl>-B 
Marc, Mr>-E 
Marces'cent, M-Sss°-Nt 
March, M-£i-GH, M-£i- 

CHt, M-K»-CH-NQ " 
Mar'chlonesB, Mrehn-Si 
March'-mad, M-B>-CH< 

Md 
March'pane, M-£i-CH- 

Marotf-wind, M-B-CHi- 

Wnd 
Mar'cid, M-Bs'-D 
Marcid'ity, M-£s>-I>-T 
Mare, M-Ri 
Maie'B-neat, M-Bs'-Nst 
Mare'schal, Mr-SHli 
Marge, M-A<-J 
Mar^ent, M-i2i-Jnt 
Mar'gin, M-JJi-Jn, M-B'- 

Jnd, M-iJi-Jn-NG 
Mar'ginal, M-fii-J-Nl 
Mar'ginate, M-B»-J-Nt 
Margina'ted, H-£i-J-N- 

Td 
Mar'grarate, Mr-Gr-vti 
Mar'graye, Mr>-GrT 
Margra'viate, Mr-Gr-V- 

T 
Mar'gravine, Mr-Gr-Vn' 
Marig'enous, M-iiS-J-Ns 
Mar'igold, M-«i-Gld 
Marine', M-«n8 
Mar'iner, M-Ri-Nr 
Mariol'atry, M-Ri-Z-Tr 
Marionnette', M-ie»-Nt 
Mar'ital, M-Bi-T-L 
Mar'itime, M-K>-T-M 
Mar'joram, Mr-Jr^-M 
Mark, Mr'-E 
Marked, Mri-Et. See 

HaTktt. 
Marked'-prioe, Mr'-Et- 

Frs 
Mark'ing, Mri-E-NG 
Mark'er, Mri-Er 
Marlcet, M-Bi-Et (See 

UarkeO), M-£i-E-Td, M- 

JJi-Et-NG 
Mar'keting, M-Bi-Et-NG 
Mar'ketable, M-iJi-Et-Bl 
Mar'ketableneBS, U-ii*-. 

Et-Bl-Ns [IBb] 
Mar'ket-basket, M-ii>- 
' Et-B-sEt 

Mar'ket-day, M-K'-Et-D 
Marlceter, M-£>-Etr 
Marlcet-house, H - Bi - 

Et-Hg 
Mar'ket-moni H-Bi-Et- 

Mn 
Mar'ket-place, M-B>-Et- 

Pls 
Mar'ket-prioe, M-B'-Kt- 

Prs 
MarOcet-town, M-B>-Et- 

Xa 



MAR 

Mark'lng-ink, Mr'-K- 

NG-Na-K 
Mark'ing-iron, Mri-K- 

Na-I-Eu 
Marks'man, Mr>-E-sMn 
Marl, M-mi, H-JZld>, U- 

Mi-NG 
Miarla'oeous, M-Rl'-SEs 
Mar'liue, M-iZln' 
Mar'line-spike, M-Slnsi 

-P-K 
Marl'ite.M-Blt> 
Marlit'ic, M-B1»-T-K 
Marl'pit, M-iei>-#t ' 
Marl'7, M-Bl^, M-m^-B, 

M-iSlst> 
Mar'malade, Mr-M-£i-D 
Mar'matite, Mr-M-Tf 
Ular'moUte, Mr-M-i^U 
Marmora'ceous, Mr-M- 

Mar'morate, Mr-M iJti 
Marmora'tion, Mr-M- 

Beim' 
Marmora'tum, Mr-M-JiS- 

T-M ^ 
Marmo'real, Mr-M-SI' 
Marmo'rean, Mr-K-Bn' 
Mar'mose, Mr'-Ma 
Marmoset', Mr-Mz-T' 
Mar'mot, Mri-Mt 
Mar'onites, M-Si-Xta 
Maroon', M-Bn', 3S.-Bn&», 

M-ana-ua 
Mar'plot, Mr-Plti 
Marque, Hri-K 
Marquee', Mr^-Ee 
Mar'quess, Mr'-Ews 
Mar'quetry, M-iJi-K-Tp 
Mar'quis, Mri-Ews 
Mar'quisate, Mr-Ews-T* 
Marred, M-Jid> 
Mar'rer, M-Bri 
Mar'riage, ll-IP-J 
Mar'riageable, TUL-Bf-J- 

Bl 
Mar'ried, M.-B'-n 
Maroon', M Bix' 
Mar'row, M-iei 
Mar'row-bone, M-fii-Bn 
Mar'rowfat, M-ffli-Ft 
Mar'rowish, M-£>-8H 
Mar'rowleBs, yi-B^Ls 
Mar'rowy, Mr-iJ» 
Mar'ry, M-B', M-B--D, 

M-iJi-NG 
Mars, M-Bzi 
'Marsh, M-B'-SH 
Mar'ahal, Mr-SHU, Mr- 

SHiai, Mr-SHli-NG 
Mar'shaled, Mr-SHldt 
MaT'shaler, Mr-SHU-K 
Mar'shalsea, Mr-SHl'-S 
Mar'shalsUip, Mr-sm'- 

8H-P [:SHJ 
Marah'-harrier, M-fl'- 

SH-H-S-/S 
Marsh'-mallow, M-iP- 

8H-M-£ 
Marsh'y. M-fli-SH 



161 

Marsu'pial, M-BsS-P-Ii 
Marsupia'lia, M-Bs^P-£ 
Marsu'piate, H-fiB^-P-I 
Mart, M-Bti 
Marteiao-TofrjBr, U-Bf- 

T-i-T-E 
Mar'ten,M-i8>-Tn 
Mar'-text, M-iei-T-Est 
Mar'tial, Mr-SH1> 
Mar'tial-law, Ht-SHIi-£ 
Mar'tially, Mr-SH1> 
Mar'tiu, M;-ie>-Tn 
Mar'tinet, H-Sti-Nt 
Mar'tingal, M-Bt>-N-01 
Mar'tingale, M-£ti-N-ai 
Mar'tinmas, M-Bt'-N-Ms 
Mart'let, M-Bt^.U 
Mar'tyr, Mitr', Mr-Trd^, 

Mrtri-Na 
Mar'tyrdom, Mrtr-D»-M 
Mar'tyrize, Mrtr-Z' 
Martyrolog'io, Mrtr-iJ- 

JK 
Martyrolog'ical, Mrtr- 

iiJ-El 
Martyrol'ogist, Mrtr-i"- 

Jsi 
Martyiol'ogy, Mrtr-i'-J 
Mar'vel, Mr-Vli, Mr-VIfli, 

Mr-Vli-Na 
Mar'velous, Mr-Vlsi 
Mar'velously, Mr-Vls'-L 
Mar'Telousness, Ur-Tlsi 

-Ns 
Ma'ry-bud, M-ES-Bd 
Maacagn'ln, Msi-En-N 
Maa'cle, M>-sEl 
Mas'oulate, Ms^K-Lt 
Mas'culated, Ms-E-X>-Td 
Maa'ouline, Ms-E-in' 
Mas'ciilinely, Ms-E-Xi- 

Nl 
Mas'culineness, Hs-E- 

ini-Ns 
Mash, H-SHi, M-^Hii, 

M-SH'-NG 
Mash'y, M-SHi 
Mask, Msi-E, Ms'-Et, 

Ms'-E-NG 
Masked, Ms<-Et 
Mask'er, Ms'-Er 
Mask'ery, Ms'E-iii 
Mask'-house, Msi-E-Hs 
Mas'lin, Mz-£ni 
Ma'son, M&^-N 
Mason'io, Msi-N-K 
Ma'sonry, Ms-N-iJ" 
Maso'ra, Mb-B^ 
Masoret'ic, Ms-B^-T-K 
Masoret'ieal, Ms-St^-El 
Mas'orite, Ms-£ti 
Masque, Msi-E 
Masquerade', Ms-Er-D', 

Ms-Kr-Dd2. Ms-Er-DS-NG 
Masquerad'er, Ms-Kr- 

Mass, Msi, Msti, Msi-NG 
Mas'sacre, Ms>-Er, Ms>- 

Krd, Msi-Er-Na 
Mas'sacrer, Ms-Er-B> 



MAT 

Mass'-book, Ms^-B-K 
Mass'er, Ms-Ri 
Masse'ter, Ms-Tr' 
Mass'-house, Ms'-Hs 
Mas'aicot, Ms'-Et 
Mass'iness, M-8i-Ns 
Mass'ive, Ms-V 
Mass'iveness, Ms-Yi-Ns 

Mass'-meetmg, Msi - 

Mass'-pnest, Ms^-Prst 
Mass'y, M-S', H-Sr^, M- 

Sst> 
Mast, Mst>, Ms-Id>, 

Mate)' 
Mast'ed, Ms-Tdi 
Mas'ter, Mstr', Ms-Trd>, 

' Mstr{')' 
Mas'ter-builder, Mstri- 

B-idr' 
Mas'terdom, Mstr-Di-M 
Mas'ter-key, Ms-Tri-E 
Mas'terliuess, Ma-Ti^L- 

Ns 
Mas'terljr, Ms-Tr'-i 
Mas'terpiece, Ms-Tr'-Ps 
Mas'tership, JIstriiSH 
Mas'ter-stroke, Ms-TrL 

sTr-E 
Mas'tery, Ms-T'-B 
Mast'-head, Ma-T^-Hd 

[Ms'-Hdl 
Mas'tio, Ms-Ti-E 
Mas'ticable, Ms-Ti-E-Bl 
Mas'ticate, Ms-Ti-Et, Ms 

-T>-E-Td, Ms-Tl-Et-Na 
Mas'ticated, Ms-T'-E-Td 
Mastica'tiou, Ms - 1' - 

Eshn 
Mas'tioatory, Ms-Ti-K-. 

Mas'tioh, Ms-Ti-E 
Mas'ticot, Ms-T'-£t 
Mas'tifiT, Ms-Tfi 
Mast'less, Mb-T>-£b 
Mast'lin, Mz-Loj 
Mas'todon, Ms-T^-Dn 
Mas'toid, Ms-Tdi 
Mastol'ogy, Ms-T'-L-J 
Masturba'tion, Ms-TrS- 

Bshn 
Mast'y, Ms-Ti 
Mat, Mti, M-Tdi, MtC)« 
Mat'aohin, M.-'P-SHn 
Mat'adore, M-T^-Dr 
Match, M-CH», M-CHP. 

M-CHl-NO 
Matched, M-CHii 
Matoh'able, M-CH>-B1 
Match'er, M-CHri 
Match'less, M-CH>-Zs 
Matoh'lessly, M-CHi-is- 

L 
Matoh'loek, M-CH>-£-E 
Match'-maker, M-OH>- 

MEr 
Match'-making, M-CH'- 

M-E-NG 
Mate, Mts, M-Td», Mt{-)« 



MAT 

Ma'ted, M-Tda 
Mate'less, Mi-La' 
Mate'ria, M-T^-j; (Mt-iZ«) 
Mate'rial, Mtr-L' 
Mate'rialism, Mtr-£z>-II 
llate'rialist, Mtr-Zets 
Materialis'tic, Mtr-£sS-T 

-K 
Materialis'tical, Mtr-^s" 
r -T-Kl 

Material'ity, Mtr-i'-T 
Hate'riallze, Mir-Lz', 

Uti-Lzd', Mtr-£z>-NO 
Kate'rially, mr-L> 
Mate'rialness, Mti-L'-TUB 
Materiel', Mt-Ji^I> 
Maternal-ly, M-Tj«-N1 
Mater'nity, M-Tr«-N-T 
Math, M-THi 
Mathemat'ic, M-TH>-Mt- 

K 
Mathemat'ical-ly, M - 

THi-Mt-Kl 
Mathemati'ciau, M-TH^- 

M-TBhn 
Mathematics, M-TH>- 

Mt-Es 
Mathe'sis, M-IHss^ 
Mat'in, M-Tu' 
Matinee', M-XS-H 
Mat'rass, M-Trs* 
Mat'ress, M-Trsi 
Mat'rice, M-Trsi 
Mat'rices, M-Trssi 
Matrici'dal, MtrB-D'-Ii 
Mafricide, Mtrs-D> 
Matric'ulate, M-Tr»-Klt, 

M-Trs-Kl-Td, M-Tr3-Klt- 

NG 
Matricula'tion, M-Ti^- 

ElBbn 
Matrimo'mal-ly, Mtr>- 

M-Nl 
Mat'rimony, MtrJ-M-N 
Ma'tTix, M-Tr!-Es 
Ma'tron, M-Tma 
Mat'ronage, M-Tr>-N-J 
Mat'ronal, M-Tr'orS-Nl 
Mat'ronize, M-Tr'-Nz 
Ma'tronly, M-Ti^-Nl 
Mat'ter, Mtr', M-Trd», 

Mtri-NO 
Mat'tierleaB, Mtr-£s> 
Mat'tery, Mt-ii> 
Mafter-of-foct, Mtri i Fti 
Mat'ting, M - Ti ■ Na 

(MtC)>) 
Mat'took, Mti-E 
Mat'tress, M-Tr8> 
Mat'uxaat, M-Ii-Snt (Mt- 

flnti) 
Mat'urate, Mt-Bt\ Mt- 

JJi-Td, Mt-Htf-NG 
Matura'tiou, Mt-ieslm« 
Mat'uratire, Mt-Bt'-V 
Mature', Mt-B', Mt-Ba», 

Mt-ija-NG 
Maturely, tlU-^-L. Bee 

Immaturely. 
Mature'ness, Mt-ii^-Ns 



163 

Matures'oent, Mt-Hs'-Nt 
Matu'rity, Mt-B3-T(-iet) 
Matu'tinal, m-T'-T-m 
Mat'utine, M-T>-Tn 
Mat'weed, Mt-Wd» 
Maud'liu, M-D'-in 
Mau'ger, M'-Gr 
Mau'gre, M'-Gr 
Maul, M-Li, M-Ldi, M-Li- 

NG 
Maul'-stick, M-isi-T-K 
Mauuch, M-N-CEi 
Maund, Mud', Mn-Dd>, 

Mndi-NG 
Mauud'er, Mndr', Mnd- 

Bd», Mndr'-NQ 
Maund'erer, Mndr-E' 
Maund'rll, Mnd-R'-L 
Maun'dy-Thnraday, 

Mn-Di-THrz-D 
Mausole'an, Ms-£n'- 
Mausole'um, Mb-Ij'-M 
Mau'ther, Mdlir> 
Ma'vis, M-V6» 
Maw, Ml 
Mawk, Mi-E 
Mawk'ingly, Mi-K-NGl 
Mawk'ishly, M-E-smi 
Mawk'lshness, M-E-SHi 

-Na 
Mawks, H'-Es 
Mawk'y, M'-E 
Maw'met, Mi-Mt 
Maw'mish, M-M-8H> 
Maw'-worm, Mi-Wr-M 
Maz'illar, il-K-sL^B, 
Max'illary, M-K-si'-B 
Maxil'liform, M-E-aLS- 

E-B-U 
Mazil'liped, M-E-s£>-Fd 
Max'im, M'-E-sM 
Max'ima, M'-E-sM 
Max'immn, Mi-E-sM-H 
May, MS 

May'-apple, M^-Pl 
May'-be, M^-B 
May'-bloom, M«-B1-M 
May'-bug, M^-B-G 
May'-bush, MS-B-SH 
May'-day, M^-D 
May'-dew, M^-D 
May'-duEe, M»-D-K 
May'-flower, Ms-ri-B 
May'-fly, Ms-Fl 
May'-game, M-'-G-tf 
May'hem, M'-H-M 
May'ing, M^-NG 
May'-lady, M'-L-T> 
May'-lily, W>-L-L 
May'-morn, M'-H-Rn 
May'or, M-E» 
May'oralty,- M-Kis-T 
May'oress, M-Hs» 
May'-pole, M^-P-L 
May'-queen, M>-Kwn 
May'-weed, M'-yfd 
Maz'agan, Mz<-Gn 
Maz'ard, M-Zidi 
Maze, Mz=, Mzd»,Mz«-NG 
Maz'eduesB, Mz-D^-Ns 



MEA 

Ma'zer, M-Zr= 
Maz'ily, M-Z12 
Maz'iness, M Z^-Ns 
Mazolog'ical, M-zL^- J-El 
Mazol'ogist, M-zi.i-Jst 
Mazol'ogy, M-zi>-J 
Ma'zy, M-za 
Maz'zard, M-Zrdi 
Me, MS 
Mead, M-D> 
Mead'ow, M-D» 
Mead'ow-lark, M-T)'-L- 

B-E 
Mead'oV-ore, M-D=-E 
Mead'ow-rue, M-D"-K 
Mead'ow-wort, M - D" - 

Wrt 
Mead'owy, M-D» 
Mea'ger, M^Gr 
Mea'gerly, M-Gr-i' 
Mea'gemess, U^-Gr-Ks 
Mea'gre, M^-Gr 
Mea'grely, M-Gr-i' 
Mea'grenesB, M»Gr-Ns 
Meak, M^-E 
Meal, MLS 
Meal'man, M-L^-Mn 
Meal'time, M-L'-l-M (M- 

if-M) 
Meal'iness, M-X^-Ns 
Meal'y, M-i», M-Ji"-E, M- 

ist» 
Meary-mouthed, M-£s. 

M-DHd 
Meal'y-mouthedness, 

M-i3-M-DHd-Ns 
Mean, (a.) Mn^ M'-Nr, 

Mn-Sts 
Mean, (v.) Mzx', Md^-NG 
Mean'der, Mndr', M-K- 

Drd', Mnar>-NG 
Mean'drian, MN-Dmi 
Meandri'na, M-N-Drs-N 
Mean'drous, M-U-Dra> 
Mean'dry, M-N-Dr> 
Mean'ing, Mn'-NG 
Mean'ingleas, Mn-NG^ 

Lsa 
Mean'ingly, Mn-NG-Ii» 
Mean'ly, W-THl 
Mean'ness, Mn'-Ks 
Means, MnzS 
Meant, Mats 
Mean'time, Mn-TS-M 
Mean'while, M-N-Wl? 
Mear, M-ES 
Mease, Ms^ 
Mea'sled, M-Zld^ 
Mea'sles, M-Zlzs 
Meas'ly, U-Z1> 
Meas'urabl6<7, M-ZBrfl- 

Bl 
Meas'nrableness, M - 

ZHrS-Bl-Ns C:Bsl 
Meas'ure, M-ZHv2, M- 

ZHrda, M-ZHr'-NG 
Meas'ureless, M-ZHr'-£s 
Meas'urement, M-ZHr<- 

Mnt 
Meas'urer, M-ZHr^-B 



MEA 

Meat, Mt» 
Meath, M-TH» 
Meat'-offering, Mts-Fr- 

NG 
Meat'y. M-T» 
Meohau'io, Mi-Kn-K 
Jleoliaii'ioal-ly, M'-K-N- 

Kl 
Mechan'icalness, H^-S- 

N-Kl-Ns 
Hechaui'cian, M^ ■ E - 

NBlin 
Mecban'ics, Mi-En-Ks 
Mech'anism, m^-e-Nz-M 

[Ma-E-zM] 

Mech'anist, M^-E-Nst 
Mech'auize, M'-E-Nz 
Mech'anized, M'-E-Nzd 
Mechanog'raphlBt, K - 

K-N-Gr-Fsti 
Mechanog'raphy, M-E- 

N-Gr-F' 
Mech'lin, M-E-ina 
Mecho'acan, ]u;-celeii 

or M^-E-En 
Meo'onate, M^-E-Nt 
Meco'nia, M^-E-N 
Mecon'ic, H'-En-E 
Mec'onine, M'-E-Nn 
Mec'ouite, Ms-E-Nt 
Meco'niuxn, M^-Eu-M 
Med'al, M-Dl^ 
Med'alet, M-D'-Lt 
Medal'io, M-D'-i-E 
Med'alist, M-Dlsti^ 
Medal'lion, M-Di-Zn 
Medal'urgy, M-Di-£-2e-J 
Med'dle, M-DP, M-Dlda 

M-D12-NG 
Med'dler, M-Dl'-B 
Med'dlesome, M-DI^-sM 
Med'dlesomeness, M - 

Dls-sM-Ns 
Med'dlingly, M-Dia-NGl 
Mediee'val, M-DS-Tl 
Me'dial, M-D»-L 
Me'dian, M-Dn' 
Ile'diant, M-Vnff 
Medias'tine, M-Dsi-Tn 
Me'diate, M-Dta, M-DS' 

Td. M-DtC)" 
Me'diately, M-Dt'-i; 
Media'tion, M-Dshn' 
Mediatiza'tion, M-S'- 

Me'diatize, M-D'-Tz, M- 

DS-'J'zd. M-D«-Tz-NG 
Me'diator, M-Dtr' 
Me'diatory, M-Dt»-B 
Mediato'rial-ly,* M-Dt^- 

m 

Me'diatorshlp, M-Dtr^- 

SH-P [:SH] 
Me'diatress, M-D'-Tra 
Me'diatrix, M-D^Tr-£8 
Med'ic, Md2-E 
Med'ieable, Md-E-Bia 
Med'ical-ly.MdS-El 
Med'icament, Md' - E - 

Mot 



163 

Medlcament'al-ly, Md- 

E-Mnt-£» [:Mnt] 
Medicaster, Md'-Estr 
Med'icate, Md^-Et, Md- 

E-Td», Md«-Et.NG 
Medica'tion, Md'-Eslm 
Med'ioatlve, Md-Et-V« 
Medic'iuable, M-Ub'-N- 

Bl 
Medio'inal, M-Ds'-Nl 
Med'icine, Mds'-N 
Medie'val, M-Ds-Vl 
Me'diocral, M-D^-Er-L 
Me'diocre, M-D^-Er 
Medioo'rity, M-Di-Kr-T 
Med'itate, Md-Tt^, Md- 

T2-Td, Md-Tt(02 
Medita'tion, Md-T6hn» 
Med'tatlve, Md-T^-Tv 
Med'itativeneBs, Md-I^ 

Tv-Na 
Mediterra'nean, Md-Ir^- 

Nn 
Mediterra'neous, Md - 

Tr2-N8 
Me'dium, M-D^-M (Mds- 

M) 
Med'lar, M-D1=-K 
Medley, M-D^-i 
Medullar, M-D^-X-K 
Med'ulary, M-D'-L-S 
Meduriine, M-D'-Ln 
Medu'sa, M-D^-S 
Medu'sian, M-Ds»-N 
Meech, M-CH^ 
Meech'ing, M-CHs-NG 
Meed, M-D' 
Meek, Ms-E, M^-Er, Ms- 

Est 
Meek'en, M^-En 
Meek'-eyed, M'-E-i-D 
Meekly, M»-E1 
Meek'ness, M^-E-Ns 
Meer, M-ES 
Meer'echaum, m-jB^-SH- 

M 
Meet, Mt3, MtC)» 
Meet'en, M-Tns 
Meet'er, Mtr" 
Meeting, Mt(-)' 
Meet'ing-house, Mt(-)' 

Meetly, Mt-IA 
Meet'ness, Mts-Na 
Meg'aoosm, M*-G-E-zM 
Megale'sian, M-G-Zzhn' 
Megalon'yx, M-G-in'-Es 
Meg'aloaaur, M-G-is»-B 
Megalosau'rus, M.-Q-La'- 

Ha 
Megathe'rium, M-G-TH^ 

-R-M 
Me'grim, M'-Gr-M 
Mei'osis, Mss> 
Mei'onite, M-N-Tl 
Melam, M-L'-M 
Melan'agogue, M-Ln^-Q- 

a 
Mel'ancholic, Ml^-N-El 



MEL ..^^ 

Merancholiness, Ml^-N- 

El-Ns 
Mel'anoholily, Ml-N-El- 

Mel'anoholy, Mis-N-El 
Merancholize, Ml' - K- 

Elz 
Melange', M-^'-N-ZH 
Mel'auite, M-z.2-Nt 
Melanltle, M-za-Nt-E 
Melee', M-L' 
Melic'erous, M-Ls!>-Ra 
Mel'ilite, il-L'-Lt 
Mel'ilot, M-L^-Lt 
Mel'iorate, M-L'-Rt, M- 

L»-B-Td, M-i'-fit-NG 
Meliora'tion, M-X'-Sshn 
Mellate, M-LV 
Mel'lio, M-£S-E 
Melliferous, M-i'-Frs 
Melllflo, M-i»-F-E 
Mellifica'tion, u-L'-¥- 

Eshn 
Mellifluence, M-£s-Fl- 

Na 
Mellifluent, M-£»-Fl-Nt 
Mellif luently, M-L'-Fl- 

Nt-L 
Mellifluous, M-ta-Fls 
Mellif luously, M-£a-Fls- 

I. 
Mellig'enous, M-X'-J-Nb 
MeUi'go, M-ii-G 
Mellil'oquent, Ml-i'- 

Ewut 
Mel'lit, M-rt» 
Mel'litate, U-lXTt 
Mel'lite, M-Lt' 
Mellit'ic, M-iS-T-E 
Mel'low, M-Z,s, M-£«-D, 

M-in-NG 
Mel'lowly, M-l'-l 
Mellowness, M-iS-Na 
Mel'low-toued, M - Z.»- 

Tnd 
Mel'lowy, M-ia 
Melocotoon', M-i'-E-Tn 
Melo'deon, M-i'-Dn 
Melo'dious, u-L'-Da 
Melo'dioualy, M-is-D- 

aL 
Melo'diousness, Js.-Zfi- 

Da-Ns 
Mel'odist, H-£^st 
Mel'odize, M-£:-Dz, M- 

i2-Dzd, M-Z,2-Dz-NG 
Melodra'ma, M - Lfior^- 

Dr-M 
Melodramat'ic, M-ii- 

Dr-Mt-E 
Melodram'atist, m:-£1- 

Dr-M-Tat 
Mel'odrame, M-i»-Dr-M 
Mel'ody, M-is-D 
Me'loe, M-ia 
Mel'on, M-£n» 
Melo'ais, M-ias^ 
Melpom'ene, M-Zi-P-M- 

N 
Mel'rose, Ml-Rzf 



MEL 
Melt, M-Lta, M-iS-Td, M- 

Melt'er, M-itr» 
Melt'ingly, M-Lta-NGl 
Melt'inBness, M-Z-t^-Na- 

Ns 
MemTjer, M-M-Brs [MH] 
Mem'bered, M-M-Brd3 
Mem'bership, M-M-Br^- 

SH-P [M2:SHJ 
Mem'bTaue, M-M-Bm' 
Membraua'ceous, M-M- 

Br^N-SH8 
Membra'neous, M-M- 

Br2-Ns 
Ilembranirerous, M-M- 

Br«-N-F-Bs 
Membra'niform, M-M- 

Br2-N-r(-K-M) I 

Membranorogy, MM- 

Bri-Nl-J 
Jlem'branous, M-M-Br=- 

Ks 

Ifemen'to, M-M-N-T2 
Mem'non, M^-M-Nn 
Mem'orist, M-M-Rxt^ 
Hemorabil'ia, M-M-ija-B 

Uemorabil'ity, M-M-R^ 

B£-T (or-it) 
Mem'orable-y, M-M .B=- 

Bl 
Hemoran'da, M-M-iii-I? 

D [M-M-Di] 
Memoran'duin, M - M - 

Budi-M [M-Mi] 
Mem'orate, il-M-Rif 
ULeva'aiative, M-M-Bt'- 

V 
Memo'rial, M-M-Bis 
Hemo'rialist, M - M - 

Rlef 
Hemo'rialize, M-M.-Rlzfi, 

M-M-iJ)zd2, M-M-M22- 

NO 
Slem'orize, M-M-Jiz:, H- 

M-flzaa, M-M-Bzs-NG 
Memor'iter, M-M-iJtr> 
Mem'ory, M-M-7J2 
Memtihian, M-M-Fn* 
Hen, Hn3 
Hen'ace, M^-Ns, M^-Nst, 

M2-NB-NG 
Jlen'acer, M-Ns-B' 
Jllen'aoingly, M-Ns-NG- 

!.» 
Menage', Mn-ZH:> 
Menag'erie, Mn-ZS^-B 
Men'agogue, Ma-N-G-G 
Mend, Mnda, Mn-Dds, 

MndS-NG 
Mend'able, Mnd-B^-L 
Menda'cious, Mnd-SEs' 
Mendao'ity, Mn-Ds'-T 
Men'der, Mndr^ 
Men'dicancy, Mnd-En- 

s« 

Mend'ioant, Mnd'-Ent 
Mendio'ity, Mn-Ds»-T 
Menha'den, Mn-H-Dn> 



164 

Me'nial, M-N-LS 
Men'ilite, M-N-it» 
Menin'ges, Mn-N-Jz' 
Menis'cal, M^-Ns-Kl 
Menis'coid, M-Ns-K-D' 
Menis'cus, M^-Ns-Ks 
Men'iver, M-N-V^-B 
Men'nonists, Mn-N-Stss 
Men'nonites, Mn-N-Tss 
Menolo'gium, M-N-i^-J- 

M 
Menol'ogy, M-Nl- Ji 
Men'ow, M2-N 
Meu'sal, M-Ns-LS 
Men'ses, M^-Nsz 
Men'strual, M-N-aTr^-L 

CMns-TS-L] 
Men'struant, M-N-BTmts 

rMns-Tnt2] 
Men'struate, M-N-sTrS- 
T, M-N-sTr^-Td, M-N 
BTrS-T-NG tMns-Tts, 
Mns-TS-Td, Mns-Tt(-W 
Menstrua'tion, M > K - 

sTrshnS [Mns-TshnS] 
Men'struous, M-N-sTiS- 

S [Mns-T2-S] 
Men'struum, M-N-sTra- 

M [Mns-T^-M] 
Mensurabil'ity, M - N - 

SHrS-BI-T (-Bit) 
Men'surable-y, M - N - 

SHr=-Bl 
Men'sural, M-N-SHrS-L 
Meu'surate, M-N-SHH' 
Mensura'tion, M - N - 

SHrshna 
Ment, Mnta 
Men'tal, M-N-T2-L(orMnt 

-i») 
Men'tally, M-N-TS-£ (or 

Mnt-iS) 
Men'tion, M2-Nslin, M-N- 

SHnfls, Ma-NshD-NG 
Hen'tionable, M-Nslmr 

Ba-L 
Men'tor. Mirtr> 
Mento'rial, Mn-Ta-BI 
Men'opome, M-N-ps-M 
Mephit'io, M-F»-T-K 
Mephit'ical, M-Fta-Kl 
Mephi'tis, M-FLHj 
Mepb'itism, M-Fi-T-zM 
Mera'clous, M-KS-SHs 
Mer'cable, Mr-K-Bl' 
Mer'cantile, Mr-K-Nt-Ls 
Mer'cenariaUy, Mrs-N- 

iei2 
Mer'cenarineaa, Mrs-N- 

«2-NS 

Meiyoenary, Mrs-N-fls 
Mer'oer, Mrs-B" 
Mefcerahip, Mrs-RS-Sff- 

P [iSH] 
Mer'oery, Mrs-ija 
Mer'chandise, Mr-CHa- 

N-Dz, Mr-0H2-N-Dzd, 

Mr-CHS-N-Dz-NO- (or Mr 

-OHnda-Z, etc.) 
Mer'chant, Mi-CHnta 



HEB 



Mer'chantable, ilt- 

CHnta.B(-L) 
Mer'chant-man, Mr . 

CHntaSMnl 
Mer'ohant-men, Mr - 

CHnt2!Mna 
Mer'chant-tailor, Mr- 

0Hut2-T-i-R 
Mer'oiful-ly, Mr-sa-Fl 
Mer'cifulneBB, Mr-S'-Fl- 

Kb t:r6] 
Mer'cify, Mrs-Fa 
Mer'cileaa, Mrs-Zsa 
Mer'oileSsIy,' Mrs-isa-Ji; 
Mer'cilessness, Hrs-^sa- 

Nb 
Merou'rial-ly, Mr - K - 

i!l» 
Mercu'rialist, Mr-K-Blst» 
Mercu'rialize, Mr - K - 

ieiza, Mr-K-iKlzd», Mr-K- 

Mer'ouiied, Mr-K-2Jda 
Mercsorifica'tion, Mr-K- 

ija-F-Kshn 
Mercu'rify, Mr-K-R'-P 
Mer'oury, Mra-£r 
Mer'oy, Mr-Sa 
Mer'oy-aeat, Mr-Sss-T 
Merd, Mrda 
Mere, Mr^i 
Mere'ly, Mr-za 
Meretri'oioua, Mr-Tr*- 

sm 
Meretri'ciously, Mr-Tr*- 

SHs-X 
Meretri'ciousnesg, Mr- 

Tra-SHs-Ns 
Mergau'ser, Mr-Gns-B' 
Merge, M-fla-J, M-ija-Jd, 

M-fla-J-NG 
Mer'ger, Mr-Jrs . 
Merid'ian, M-Jja-Dn 
Merid'ional-ly, M-ija-D- 

Nl 
Meridional'ity, M-iei-s- 

Nl-T 
Mer'Ua, M-Klza 
Meringue' (ma-riag'), M- 

iJi-NG 
Meri'uo, M-Ra-N 
Mer'it, M-ieta, M-Jja-Td, 

M-«ta.NQ 
Mer'itable, M-Eta-Bl 
Merito'rious, M-fla-T-iJa 
Merito'rioualy, M-ija-T- 

R-sL 
Merito'riouaneas, M.-rl 

T-Bs-ma 
Mer'itot, M-Jja-Tt 
Merk, Mi-a-E 
Merle, M-Sia 
Mer'liu, M-i81na 
Mer'lou, M-2eiiia 
Mer'maid, Mra-Md 
Mer'man, Mra-Mn 
Me'ropa, M-«».P8 
Mer'rily, M-Bia 
Mer'rimake, M-J2a.M-E 
Mer'riineut, M-R'-iiut 



MER 

Mer'riness, M-fi^-Ns 
Mer'ry, M-«2, M-S'-R, M- 
RsV 

Mep'ry-amdrew, 11 -Bf- 

N-Dr 
Her'ry-making, M-S>- 

M-K-Na 
Mer'ry-thouglit, M-B!>- 

THt 
Mer'sion, M-iishn^ 
Merul'idans, M-JSl^-Dns 
Mesdames', M-D>-M 
Meseemed', HsS-Md 
Meseems', Ms^-Mz 
Mesenter'io, Ms»-Ntr-K 
Mes'entery, Ms-N-Ts-B 
Mesera'ic, Ms-iZ'-E 
Mesh, M-Sm M-££l>, U- 

SHS-NG- 
Mesh'y, M-Sfl« 
Me'sial, M-ZHl' 
lles'lin, Mz-£n' 
Mesmer'io, Mz-M-R'-K 
Mesmer'ical, Jtz-M-fls- 

El 
Hes'merism, Mz-M-is:- 

zM 
Mes'merist, Mz-M-lists 
Mesmeriza'tion, Mz-M- 

Bzshn» 
Mes'merlze, Htz-M-Bz', 

Mz-M-£zd2, Mz-M-£zS- 

NG- 
Mes'merizer, Mz-M-ii^ 

Zr 
Mesne, MnS 
Mes'ocolOD, Mz-E-^ni 
Mes'olabe, Mb-L'-S 
Mes'ole, Ms-L> 
Mes'olite, Ms-Li* 
Mes'osperm, M-Ss'-Pr- 

M 

Hesotho'raz, M-S^-THr- 

Es 
Mes'otype, Ms-T'-P 
Mess, Mas, MsV, Ms^Na 
Mes'sage, Ms- js 
Mes'sager, Ms-Jr^ 
Mes'senger, Ms-N-Jr> 
Messi'ah, M-Si 
Hessi'ahship, M-S^-SS- 

P [:SH] 
Mesian'ic, H-Si-H-E 
Messi'as, M-Sa* 
Mes'sieurs, Ms-Bs' 
Mess'mate, Ms^-Mt 
Mes'suage, Ms-w^-J 
Mestee', Ms-T« 
llesti'zo, Ms-T>-Z 
Mesym'nicuin, Ms'-M-K 

-K-M 
Met, Mta 

Metab'asis, M-T>-Bbs 
Metab'ola, M-T>-B1 
Metabo'lian, M-TS-B-£n 
Metacar'pal, Mt-Er-Pl> 
Metacar'puB, Mt-Er-Psi 
Metach^rouism, Mt'-Ei- 

Nz-M 
Mefacism, M-ILbzU 



165 

Met'age, Mt- J^ 
Metagram'matism, Mt>' 

Gr-Mtz-M 
Met'al, Ut-L* 
Metalep'sis, Mt-X'-Fss 
Metalep'tic, Mt-za-Pt-K 
Metalep'tical, Mt-£a-Pt 

El 
Metariic, Mt-ii-E 
Metalliferous, Mt-£S- 

Frs 
Metaiaiform, Ut-L^-F 

(-R-M) 

Met'alune, tlt-Ln' 
Met'alllst, Mt-LsV 
Metalllza'tion,IiIt-£z>%nS 
Met'allize, Mt-Xz', Mt- 

Zzd». Mt-iz!-NG 
Metallog'raphy, Mt-Z«- 

Gr-F 
Met'alloid, Mt-iS-D 
Metallur'gio, va-L'-B-J- 

E 
Metallur'glcal, Mt-L'-B- 

J-Kl 
Met'allUTgist, Jlt-L'-B- 

Jst 
Met'allnrgy, Mt-z.s B-J 
Mefal-mau, Mt-£S-Mn 
Metamor'phic, Mt-M-B^ 

-r-E 
Metamor'pbism, Mt-M 

iii-Fz-M 
Metamor'phose, Mt-M- 

iJi-Fz, Mt-M-«'-Fzd, Mt- 

M-B'-Fz-NG 
Metamor'plioser, Mt-M- 

iJi-Fz-B 
Metamor'pliosic, Mt-M- 

Si-Fz-E 
Metazaor'phoBis, Mt-M- 

iJi-Fss 
Metamorphos'tical, Mt- 

M-fli-Fs-T-Kl 
Met'aphorj Mt-Frs 
Metaphor'io, Mt-pi-R-K 
Metaphor'ioal-ly, Mt-Fi 

-R-El 
Met'apborist, Mt-F^ -flat 
Met'aphrase, Mt-Frz^ 
Metaph'rasis, Mt-Frss> 
Met'aphrast, Mt-Frst' 
Metaphras'tic, Mt-Frsi- 

T-E 
Metaphrast'ical, Mt - 

Frs'-T-El 
Metaphys'ic, Mt-Fz'-K 
Metaphys'ical-ly, Mt - 

Fz3-Kl 
Metaptaysi'cian, Mt - 

Fz(&mS 
Metaphys'ics, Mt - Fzs - 

Ea 
Met'aplasm, Mt-Pl^-zM 
Metas'tasis, M-Ts'-Tsa 
Metatar'sal, Mt-Tri-aL 
Metatar'suB, Ml-Trss' 
Metath'esiB, Mt-THas' 
Metatho'rax, m-t^tHt- 

Es 



MET 

Met'atome, Mt-T^M 
Mete, Mt», M-Td» Mt(-)» 
Metemp'sychose, Mts- 

Me-Ez 
Metemsycho'siB, Mt'-Ms 

-Eaa 
Metemto'Bis, Mt-M-Tss' 
Me'teor, M-T»-B {or Mt- 

E3) 

Meteor'io, Mt-ie'-E 
Me'teorite, Mt-R'-T 
Meteor'olite, Mt-Bi-xt 
Meteorolog'ic, Mt-B^-L- 

J-E 
Meteorological, Mt-Bf- 

Z-J-Kl 
Meteororogist, Mt-Bi- 

L-jBt 

Meteorol'ogy, Mt-fl'-i-J 
Meteor'omancy, Mt-Bi- 

Mn-S 
Meteor'oseopB, Mt-Bs^- 

E-P 
Meteoros'eopy, Mt-iisi- 

E-P 
Mete'orouB, Mt-Bs' 
Me'ter, Mtrs 
Metbeg'lin, M-TH»-Glii 
Methiuks', M-TH^-NG-Es 

[M-THa^] 
Meth'od, M-THa« 
Method'ic, M-TH'-D-E- 
Method'ical-ly, M-THdi 

-El 
Meth'odism, M-th^-d- 

zM 
Meth'odist, M-TH>-Dat 

J-THdst) 
Methodist'ic, M-TH^-Dat 

-E 
MethodiBt'ical-ly, K - 

THs-Ds-El 
Meth'odize, M-TH=-Dz, 

M-TH«-Dzd, M-TH2-DZ- 

NG 

Meth'odizer, M-THd«- 

Zr 
Methought', M-THt' 
Met'ic, Mts-E 
Met'oche, Mt>-E , 
Meton'ic, M-Ti-N-E 
Metonym'ic, M-I^-K-M- 

E 
Metonym'ioaUy, M-TS- 

N-M-Kl 

Metou'ymy, M-T'-N-M 
Met'ope, M-Ts-P 
MetopoB'oopist, M-Ti-P- 

sE-Pst 
MetopoB'copy, M-li-p- 

aE-P 
Me'tre, Mtr» 
Met'rio, Mtr^-K 
Met'rical-ly, Mtr^-El 
Metrol'ogy, Mtr-ii- J 
Met'ronome, M-Tr^-n-M 
Metron'omy, M-Tri-N-M 
Metrop'olis, Mtr-Pls* 
Metropol'iton, Mtr-Pl>- 



MET 

Metrop'olite, Mtr-Plti 
MetTOpol'itic, Mti-Pl'-T- 

K 
Metropolit'ical, Mtr - 

Plf-Kl 

Met'tle, Mt-is 
Met'tled, Mt-£ds 
Met'tlesome, Mt-Xs^-M 
Slet'tlesomely, Mt-L^- 

M-i 
Met'tlesoinenesB, Mt ■ 

Mew, MS, M-DS, MS-NG 
Mewl, M-L9, M-I^», M- 

I/»-NG 
Mewrer, M-i»-E 
Mews, Mz> 
Mez'ioan, MS-Es-Hn 
Meze'reon, Mz-Bn' 
Mez'zanine, Mz'-Nn 
Mez'zo, M-Ts-s 
Mez'zo-rilio'vo, M-T»-S- 

Rl-v 
Mez'zo-GOpra'no, M-T^- 

Ss-Pr-N 
Mez'zotint, M-Tz^-Tnt 
Mezzotiu'to, M-TzS-T-N- 

T 
Mi (me), W 
Mi'asm, Mz'-M 
Mia8'ina,Mzi-M 
Miaa'maT, Mz-M-£i 
Miasmat'ic, Hz>-Mt-E 
Miasmat'ical, Mz'-Mt-El 
Miaul', M-Li, M-Ldi, M 

L'-NG 
Mi'na, Mi-E 
Mioa'ceous, M-E-SH8> 
Mic'arel, M-E-fil!!. 
Mi'ca-schist, Mi-E-SHst 
Mi'ca-alate, Mi-E-sZ,t 
Mice, Msi 

Mlch'aelmas, Ms-El-Ms 
Mick'le, M'-El 
Mi'oo, M'-K 

Mi'crocosm, Mi-Er-E-zM 
Microcoa'mic, M>-Er-E' 

zM-E 
Microcos'mical, M'-Er- 

K-zM-El 
Microcosmog'raphy, M 

-Kr-E-zM-Gr-r> 
MicrocouBt'ic, M-Er-Es- 

T'ors-K 
Microg'raphy, M-Er-Gr- 

F' 
Miorom'eter, Mi-Er-Mtr 
Micromet'rical, M^Er- 

Mtr-El 
Mi'crOBCope, M-Krs-E-Pi 
MicTOSCop'ic, M-Ers-E' 

Pi-E 
MicrOBCop'ical, M-Ers 

E-Pi-El 
MicrOB'oop7> M-Era-E- 

P» 
Mid, M-DS (or MdS) 
Mi'da, M-Di 
Mid'-age, Ma»-J 
Mid'-air, M-DS-K 



166 

Mid'-course, Md'-Ers 
Mid'day, M-Ds-D 
Mid'dle, M-Dl' 
Mid'dle-aged, M-Dl'-Jd 
Mid'dle-deok, M-DP-D- 

E 
Mid'dle-ground, M-Dl'- 

Gmd 
Mid die-man, M-Dl^-Mn 
Mid'dlemost, M-Dl^-MBt 
Mid'dling, M-DW-NG 
Mid'dlingly, M-Dl'-NGl 
Midge, M-J> 
Mid'-heaveu, Mds-Vn 
Mid'land, Md-£nd3 
Mid'-life, Md3-i,.p 
Mid'moBt, Md3-MBt 
Mid'night, Md»-Nt 
Mid'rib, Md-R'-B 
Mid'riff, Md-EP 
Mid'-sbipman, T/ti-SH'- 

P-Mn 
Mid'ships, Md-SB'-Ve 
MidBt, M-Dst» (or Md'stS) 
Mid'-Btream, Md^-sTr-M 
Mid'Bummer, MdsS-Ur 
Mid'wSir, Md-W^ 
Mid'wife, Md-wpa 
Mid'wifery, Md-wF»-« 
Mid'winter, M-DO-Vntr- 
Mid'wives, Md-wTz'> 
Mien, Mn' 
Miff, M-ps 
Might, Mti 
Might'ily, M-Ti-i; 
Might'inesB, M-T>-Nb 
Might'y, M-T' 
Mignonette', Mn-N-T' 
Mi'grate, Mi-Grt, M-Gr- 

Td', M'-Grt-NG 
Migra'tion, MS-Grshn 
Mi'gratory, M-Gr-T'-i! 
Mil'age, M-£i-J 
Milch, M-£8-CH 
Mild, M-Ldi M-Xdr', M- 

i'-Dst (or M-idst') 
Mil'dew, M-is-D, M-£8- 

Dd, M-Z,3-D-NG 
Mild'ly, M-Ldi-L 
Mild'nesa, M-Ld^-Sa 
Mile, M-Li 
Mile'age, M-i>-J 
Mile'-post, M-i'-Pst 
Mile'-stone, M-is'-Tn 
Mil'foil, M-i3-P-L 
Mil'iary, M-is.jj 
Mil'itant, M-i«-Tnt 
Mil'itarlly, M-Lt'-S\ 
Mil'itary, M-if-K 
Mil'itate, M-is-Tt, M-£«- 

T-Td. M-i3-Tt(-) 
Mili'tia, M-Lt-SH 
Mili'tia-man, U-L'-SB- 

Mn 
Milk, M-£8-E, M-iS-K-T, 

M-£8-E-NG 
Milk'er, M-£»-Kr 
Milk'inesB, m-£>-E-Nb 
Milk'-livered, M-L'-K- 

i-Vrd 



MIN 

Milk'maid, M-x^-E-Md 
Milk'man. M-LS-E-Mn . 
Milk'-porridge, M-XS-K- 

P-fi-J 
Milk'-sickneBS, m-IA-K 

sE-Ns 

Milk'-pottage, M-X>-E- 

Pt-J 
Milk'sop, M-£»-E9-P 
Milk'tooth, M-iS-E-T- 

TH 
Milk'-tree, M-i'-K-Tr 
Milk'-weed, M-X.3-E-wD 
Milk'y, M-£»-E 
Milk'y-way, M-£»-E-W 
Mill, M-I^, M-Ldii, M-L>- 

NG 

Mill'-dam, m-£>-d-M 
Mill'ed, M-Ld* 
Millena'riam, a-Ln'-Bn 
Millana'rianism, M-Ln^- 

Bnz-M 
Mil'lenaiy, M-Ln'-B 
Millen'niai, M-X<-N1 
Millen'nialist, M-Xa-Nlst 
Millen'nixun, M-Zn^M 
Mil'leped, M-£»-P-D 
Mil'lepore, M-i»-Pr 
Mil'leporite, M-iS-Pr-X 
Mill'er, M-L'-n 
Mill'er's-thumb, M-X»- 

fiz-TH-M 
MilleB'imal, tl-Ls'-Ul 
Mil'let, M-it> 
Mil'ligram, M-Z'-Gr-M 
Milligramme', M-l'-Gt. 

M 
Millil'itep or Milliliter, 

Ml-itr» 
Millim'eter or Mil'U 

meter, Mis-iutr 
Millime'tre, Mia-Mtr 
Mil'liner, M-i»-Nr 
Mininery, M-ina-B 
Mill'ing, M-L«-NG 
Mill'ion, M-inS 
Mill'ionaire, M-Zn>-B 
Mill'ionary, M-Lns-B 
Mill'ionth, M-Z,8-N-TH 
Mill'-pond, M-Z«-Pnd 
Mill'-race, M-L'-Ba 
Mill'rea, M-L'-B 
Mill'ree, M-L'-B 
Mill'reis, M-L»-Bs 
Mill'stone, M-Zs^-Tn 
Mill'-tail, M-Z,».T-L 
Mill'wright, M-2AJ» 
Milt. M-Lts 
Mime, Mi-M 
Mimet'ic, M^-Mt-E 
Mimet'ical, Ms-Mt-El 
Mim'io, Ms-M-K, M^-M- 

Kt, M3-M-E-NG 
Mim'ioal, M'-M-El 
Mim'icker, M'-M-Kr 
Mim'iory, M8-M-Kr 
Mimo'sa, M-M-S> 
Mi'na, M'-N 
Mina'ceouB,'M-N-SHs< 
Minao'ity, U-Ns-X> 



MIS' 

Min'aret, M-Nr-T' 
Min'atory, Mn-T'-B 
Ilince, Mnss, MS-Nst, M^- 

Ns-NG 
If ince'-meat, Mns^-Ht 
Minoe'-pie, Mns^-P 
Miu'oingly, Mns-NG-L' 
Hind, Mud', Mn-Ddi, 

Mndi-NG 
Mind'ed, Mn-Ddi 
Mind'ful, Mnd-Fi-L 
Mind'fuUy, Mnd-F'-i 
Mind'fiilnesB, Mnd-Fi- 

L-Ns [Mnd'irs] 
Mine, Mni, Mndi, Mn»- 

NG 
Min'er, Mi-Nr 
Min'neral, M-Nr-L^ 
Min'eralist, M-Nr-Leta 
Mineraliza'tion, H-Nr- 

Lzg7m2 
Min'eralize, M-Nr-Lz'. 

M-Nr-Lzd", M.Nr-Lz3-NG 
Min'eralizer, M-Nr-f,'- 

Zr 
Mineralog'ical, M-Kr- 

£i-J-Kl 
Mineral'ogist-JtJir-'^ , 

Jst 
Minerarogy, M-Nr-Ji»-J 
Miner'va, M-Nr-V" 
Min'ever, M-N-va-K 
Min-'gle, M^-NG-Gl, M'- 

NG-Gld, M3-NG-G1-NG 

[M8-NG1, MiS-NGld, MS- 

NGl-NG] 
Min'gler, M-NG-Gl-ES 

tM-NGl-K3j 
Min'iate, M-N-TS, M-N- 

Tda, M-N-T«-NG 
Mln'iature, M^-Ntr 
Min'iken, Ms-N-En 
Mln'im, Mn»-M 
Slin'ima, Mn°-M 
Min'imize, Mn^-Mz, Mn' 

-Mzd, Mu8-Mz-NG 
Min'imum, Ma^-M-M 
Min'ing, Mni-NG 
Min'ion, Mn'-N 
Hin'ion-like, IIn'-K-£-E 
Min'ionly, Mn-N-is 
Min'ister, M^-Nstr, M-Ns- 

T3-Ed, Ms-NBtr(') 
Ministe'rial, M-Ns-T»-Bl 
Mln'istral, M ■ N ■ sTrS - L 

JMns-T'-Ll 
Min'istrant, M-N-sTmts 

[Mns-Tnts] 
XCinistra'tlon, M - N 

BTrshnS , [Mns-TshnS] 
Min'istry, M - N - sTrs 

[Mns-TS] 
Min'ium, M»-N-M 
Min'iver, M-N-V»-B 
Mink, Ma-NG-K 
Min'ne-singer, M^-Ns 

NGr 
Min'now, M«-N 
Mi'nor, M'-Nr 
Mi'uorite, M-Nr-Ti 



167 

Minortty, M-Nr-H 
Min'otaur, M-N-T"-B 
Min'ster, M»-Nstr 
Min'strel, M-N-BTr'-L 

[Mns-TS-L] 
Min'strelsy, M-N-BTrS-i- 

S [Mns-TS-i-S: 
Mint, Mnts, Mn-Tds, Mnts 

-NG 
Mint'age, Mnt-J« 
Miut'er, Mnti-s 
Mint'-man, MntS-Mn 
Mint'-master, Mnf-Mstr 
Min'uend, M»-N-Nd 
Miu'uet, M-N-T' 
Mi'nus, M>-Nb 
Minute', M-N-T' 
Min'ute, Mn-T^, Mn-Td', 

Mn-T8-NG. See Month, 
which word woufd conflict 
with Minute if the latter 
were written M-N-T 
Min'ute-book,-Mn-T«-B- 

K- 
Min'ute-glass, Mn - T^ - 

Gls 
Min'ute-eun, Mn-T'-Gu 
-'Sin'ute-hand, Mn-T"- 

End 
MInute'ly, M-N-TS-Zi 
Min'ute-man, Mn-Tii-Mn 
Minute'ness, M-N-T8-Ns 
Minu'tia, M-N-SHs 
Minu'tiee, M-N-SH^ 
Minx, M3.NG-ES 
Miu'y, M'-N 
Mi'ocene, Mb1-N 
Mir'aole, M-««-Kl 
Miraculous, il-S^Zls 
Mirac'ulously, M-S'-El- 

SL 
Mirador', M-B>-Dr 
Mirage', M-2J1-ZH 
Mire, M-Bi, M-Kdi M-Bi- 

NG 
Mirif ioent, M-fls-Fs-Nt 
Mir'iness, M-EMSfa 
Mirk, Mr2-K 
Mirk'y, Mr'-K 
Mir'ror, M.-R'-B, M-R'-E- 

D, M-BS-iJ-NO 
Mirth, M-B2-TH 
Mirth'ftil-ly, M-B^-TH- 

Fl 
Mirth'ftilnesa, M-B»-TH- 

Fl-Ns [:Fb] 
Mirth'less, M-B^-TH-Zs 
Mir'y, M-B» 
Mir'za, M-B<-Z 
Misaccepta'tion, Mb-Es 

pa.Tshn 
Misadvent'ure, Ms-DtS- 

Ntr , 

MisadTent'uTous, Ms - 

Dva-Ntr-S 
MisaOisct'ed, Mb - F^ - E - 

Td 
Misafflrm', Ms-fs-R-M 
Misaimed', Ms^-Md 
Misallege', Mb-X=-J 



MIS 

Misalli'ance, Ms-£i-N8 
Misallied', Ms-£i-D 
Misallot'ment, Ms-ZP- 

Mnt 
Mis'anthrope, Ms - 

Nthr-P3 
Misan'thropist, Ms - 

Nthr-Psti 
Misanthrop'ic, Ms - 

Nthr-P'-E 
Misanthrop'ical, Ma - 

Nthr-P'-Kl 
Misan'thropy, Ms-Nthr- 

Pi 
Misapplica'tion, M-sFl^- 

EshQ 
Misapply', M-sPl', M- 

sPldi, M-sPli-KG 
Misappre'oiated, Ms-Pr» 

-SH-Vd 
Misapprehend', MB-Pr!- 

Hnd, Ms-Pr2-Hn-Dd, Ms- 

Pr2-Hnd-NG 
Misapprehen'sion, Ms- 

Pr^-Nshn 
Misapprehen'sively, 

Ms-Pr2-Ns-V-i 
Misappropria'tion, Ms- 

Pr!i Prshn 
Misarrange', Ms-Rn^-J 
Misarrange'ment, Ms - 

Ens-J-Mnt " 
Misascribe', Ms-Si-Er-B 
Misassign', Ms-Sni 
Misattend', Ms-Tnd^ 
Misbecome', Ms-B^-E-M 

[MS-B2-K) 
Misbegot', Ms-B>-Gt 
Misbegot'ten, Mb-B'-G- 

Xn 
Misbehave', Ms-B«-v, Ms 

■Bii-Vd. Ms-BS-V-NG 
Misbehav'ior, Mb-BS-V- 

B 
Misbelier, Ms-BlP 
Misbeliev'er, Ms-Blv'-E 
Misbestow', Ms-Bb^-T 
Mis'born, Ms-B'-Bn 
Miscal'culate, M'-sEl- 

Elt, M-b-El-Kl-Tdi, Mi- 

sKl-Elt-NG [Ms'-E-Klt, 

etc.J 
Miscalcula'tion, M^-sEl- 

Elshn [Ms2-E-Elshn] 
Miscall', Mb-E-Li, Ms-E-' 

Ldi, Ms-E-Li-NG 
Miscar'riage, Ms-E-Bi-J 
Miscar'ry, Ms-E-B', Ms- 

E-Bd>. Ms-E-Bi-NG 
Miscast', Msi-Est, Ms- 

Es-Tdl. MBl-Est(-) 
Miscegena'tion, Ms-Js- 

Nshn 
MisceUana'rian, Ms-xs- 

Nrn 
Misoella'nea, Ms-£!-N 
Miscella'neous, Ms-£>.' 

Ns 
Misoella'neously, Ms- 

i,2-Ns-L 



; MIS 

Ifiscella'ueouB, Ms-Z'- 

Na 
Miscella'neouaness, Ms 

-i'-Ns-Ns 

Mis'cellany, Ms-i>-u 
Mischance', Ms-CHnsi 
Mischarge', Ms - CHr' - J, 

Ms-CHr'-J-D, Ms-CHr>- 

J-.N& [Ms -OH' Ms- 

CHdi, Ms-CH(-)'] 
Uis'chie^ Ms-CHf> 
Mis'chief-maker, Ms- 

CHf3-M-Kr 
Mis'chief-making, Ms- 

CHia-M-K-NG 
Ifis'chieTous, Ms-CH^- 

Vs 
Mis'chievou8l7, Mb-CH> 

-Vs-L 
llia'chievonsness, Ms- 

OHs-Vs-Ns 
Misch'na, M-SHk-N 
Slischoose', Ms - CHz>, 

Ms-CHz»-N& 
Mischose', Ms-CHz> 
Mischos'en, Ms-CHz^-N 
Miscita'tion, Mss-Tstan' 
Uiscite', Mss-T>, Mss- 

Td>, Mss-T'-NG 
Slisclaiin', M'-sE1-m! 
SEiscomputa'tion, Ms 

!P2-Tshn 
Miacompute', Ms iPt' 
Misconoeit' , Ms ! sT^ 
Miaconcei7e', Ms isV 
MiBconcep'tion, Ms 

isFshn' 
Hiscou'duct, Ms!Di-Et 
Uisconduct', Ms!D!-Et, 

MsSDa-K-Td, MsiD^-Kt- 

NG 
lIisconject''ure, MsiJa. 

Ktr 
lliaconsecra'tion, Ms 

tsErslm^ 
lliaconatruo'tion, Ms 

isTrS-Kshn 
Miscon'strae, MsisTr', 

MsisTrdi, MsisTri-NG 
Miscoun'sel, Us - K - Ks - 

Li, Ms-K-Ns-Ldi, Ma-K- 

Ns-Li-NG 
Miacount', Msi-Ent, Ms- 

Kn-Tdi, Msi-Knt-NG 
Mia'creant, Ms^-Er-Nt 
Miacue', Ms'-E 
Miadate', Ms-Dts, Ms-D^^- 

Td. Ms-DtC)« 
Misdeed', Ms-Dd< 
Misdeem', Ms-D'-U, Mb- 

D8-Md, MS-D8-M-NG 
Misdemean', Ms-D^-Mn, 

Ms-D'-Mnd, Ms-D»-Mn- 

NG 
Misdemean'or, Ms-d^- 

M-Nr 
Misdid', Ms-Dd> 
Misdirect', MB-Dr>-Et, 
I Ms-Dr»-K-Ta, Ms-Brs-Kt- 

MO , . . 



168 

Misdirec'tion, Ms-Dr>- 

Kshn 
Misdo', Ms-D^. See Do. 
Misdo'er, Ms-DS-B 
Misdo'ing, Ms-DS-NG 
Misdone', Ms-Dn' 
Misdoubt', Ms-Dti 
Mise (mtiz), Mz> 
Misemploy', Ms • M - Fl>, 

Ms-MPld», Ms-M-Pli-NG 
Miaemploy'iuent, Ms- 

M-Pl'-Mnt 
Miaen'try, Ms-N-Tr» 
Mi'ser, Mz-E' 
Mis'erable-y, Mz-i2»-Bl 
Mis'erableuess, Mz-A^- 

Bl-Ns 
Misere're, Mz-B^-ij 
Mi'serly, Mz-K'-i 
Mis'ery, Mz-i!» 
Mises'timate, Ms-St'-Mt, 

Ms- St'- M-Td, Ms- St'- 

„¥*(•) 

Misezpres Bion, Ms-E- 

sPrshnS 
Misfea'sanoe, Ms-Fz'-Ns 
Misfit', Ms-Ft3 
Misform', Ms-F'-B-M. 

Ms-Fi-B-Md, Ms-Fi-B-M 

-NO 
MiBfort'une, Ms-I'i-A- 

CHn [-F»-CHn3 
Misgave', Ms'-Gt 
Misgive', Ms>-Gv, Ms'- 

Gv-NG [Ms»-G, Ms»-GC)] 
Misgiven', Ms-G-Vn' 
Misgiv'ing, Ms» - Gr - NG 

[Mss-GC)] 
Misgot'ten, Ms-G-Tni 
Misgov'ern, Ms-Gt-Bd', 

Ms-Gv-Hnd>, Ms-Qv-itoS- 

NG [Ms»-Gv, Msa-Gvd, 

Mss-Gv(-)] 
MiBgov'ernment, Ms-Gv 

-«n«-Mnt [Ms»-av-Mnt: 
Misgoid'anoe, - Ms - G - 

Misguide', Ms-G-Di, Ms- 

G-Dd', Ms-G-Di-NG 
Mishap', MB-haP> 
Mishap'pen, Ms-h&Pn> 
Mishear', Ms-B" 
Misheard', Ms'-Hrd 
Mish'-masu, M-SH>-M- 

SH 
Miah'ua, M-SH^-N 
Misimprove', Ms - M - 

Prv«, MB-M-PrTd», Ms- 

M-Prv«-NG 
Misimprove'ment, Ms- 

M-Prv»-Mnt 
Misinfer', Ma-N-Fs-B 
Misinform'. Ms-N-Fi-B- 

M, Ms-N-F>-B-Md, Mb-N 

-Fi-B M-N& [Ms-N-F', 

Ms-N-Fdi, M8-N-FC)l 
Misinforma'tion, Hs-N- 

F2-B-Mshn [MS-N-rshn«5 
Misinform'er, Ms-N-FL 

a-Mr tMs-N-Fi-Mr] 



MIS 

Misinstruot', MstusTr^- 
Kt 

Misinstruc'tion, Ms ; 

nsTrS-Kslin 
Misintel'Iigence, Ms-Nt 

-L2-Jns [Ms-^tJns'J 
Misinter'pret, Ms-Ntr- 

Prts, Ms-Ntr-PrS-Td, Ms- 

Ntr-PrtC)a 
Misjoin', Ms-Jni, Ms- 

Jud'. Ms-Jn'-NG 
Misjoin'der, Ms-Jndri 
Misjudge', Ms-J^J, Ms- 

J2-J-D, MB-J2-J-NG 
Misjudge'meut, Ms-J»- 

J-Miit 
Mislay', Ms-Z", Ms-ZS-D, 

M8-Z2-NG 
Mis'le, M-Zis, M-Zld3 M- 

Zia-NG 
Mislead', Ms-ZS-D, Ms-zs- 

D-KG 
Mislead'er, Ms-Zdr' 
Misled', Ms-Z«-D 
Mis'letoe, Mz-z^-T 
Mislike',Ms-Zi-K, Ms-ZL 

K T, Ms-Zi-E-NG 
Mis'ly, M-Z1» 
Mismake', Ms'-M-E 
Misman'age, Ms-M-N-J<, 

Ms-M-N-Jd», Ms-M-N-Ji- 

NG 
Misman'agement, Ms - 

M-N-Ji-Mnt 
Misman'ager, Ms-M-K- 

Jri 
HismarV, Ms-M-S'-E , 

Ms-M-S'-Et, Ms-M-iJi-E- 

NG 
Mismatch', Ms-M-CH', 

Ms-M-CHti, Ms-M-CHi- 

NG 
Misname', Ms'-N-M, Mb> 

N-Md. MsS-N-m-NG 
Misno'mer, Me^N-Mr 
Misobserve', Ms-BS-z22t 
Misog'amist, Ms'-G-Mst 
Misog'Simy, Ms>-G-M 
Misog'ynist, Ms'-G-Nst 
Misog'yny, Ms'-G-N 
Misopin'ion, Ms-Pn'-N 
Misord'er, Ms-Edr' 
Mispeir, Ms-P^-L 
Mispend', Ms-Pud' 
Mispersuade', Ms-Pr'- 

sWd 
Mispersua'sion, Ms-Prs- 

sWzhn 
Mispick'le, Ms-P'-El 
Misplace', m-sP1b=, M- 

sPlst', M-sPlsa-NG 
Misplaoe'ment, M-bP1»- 

sMnt 
Misplead', M-sFld', M- 

sPia-Dd. M-sPldC)3 
Mispoint', Ms-Put>, Ms- 

Pnl-Td, Ms-Pnt>-NG 
Misprint', Ms-Pmt> Ma- 

Pms-Td, Mstrnts-NG 
Mispris'iout Ms-Frzlm> 



MIS 

Misprize', Ms-Pizi, Ms 

Przd', Ms-Prz»-NG 
Misprofess', Ms-PrS-Fs 
Hispronouuce', Ms-Prn^ 

-Ns, Ms-Pmi-Nst, Ma- 

Prni-Ns-NG 
Mispronunciation, Ms- 

Prn2-N-SHslm 
Mispropor'tion, Ms-Pr^- 

P-iJshn [-Pshn] 
Misquotation, M-sEw 

Tshn2 
Misquote', M^-sEwt, M- 

sKw-Td!!, M«-sKwt-NG- 
Misrecit'al, Ms-JBsi-T-L 
Misrecite', Ma-Rs^T, Ms- 

JJsi-Td, Ms-iJs>-T-NG 
Misreck'on, Ms-ie^-Kn, 

Ms-£--End, Hs-ii^-En- 

NG 
Misrelate", M-sSlt', M- 

sfll2-Td, ll-BBW-HfG 
Misrela'tion, M-siilshns 
Misremem'ber, Ms-E^- 

M-M-Br, Ms-Ka-M-M- 

Brd, Ms-ES-M-M-Br-NG 

CMs-BS-M, Ms-BS-Md, 

Ms-Ba-MC)] 
Misreport', Ms-H^-P-Bt, 

Ms-BtP-«-Td, Ms-BS-P- 

«t-NG 
Misrepresent', Ms-iZ^ 

Prz-Nt, Ms-ija-Prz-N-Td, 

Ms-ies-Prz-Nt-NG [Ms- 

iJ2-P, Ms-i22-P-D, MB-i22. 

P(-)] 
Misrepresenta'tion, Ms- 

iJi^Prz-N-Tshn [Ms-iJa- 

Pshu] 
Misrepresent'er, Ms-iP- 

Pra-Ntr [Ms-BS-Ptr] 
Misrule', Mb-S'-'L 
Miss, Ms3, Mat: MsS-NG 
Missaid', Mes-D' 
Mis'sal, Ms-Z.3 
Mis'seltoe, Mz-i'-T 
Missend', Mss-N-D" 
Missent', Mss^-Nt 
Misserve', Maa-Rv', Msb- 

Rva', M93-«VC)> 

Mis'ses, Mbs' 
Misshape', Ms-SH»-P 

Ms-SH2-Pt, M8-SH2-P-NG 
Misshap'en, Ms-BH^Pu 
Mis'sile, Me-L' 
Miss'ing, Ms^-NG 
Mis'sion, Mshn^ 
Mis'sionary, Msim-B/i 
Mis'sis, Ms-S^ 
Mis'sive, Ms-V 
Misspeak', Mss - ps - E, 

Mss-Ps-E-NG CMs-P«- 

E, etc.] 
Misspell , Mss-P^L, Iilss- 

ps-Ld, Mss-pa-L-NG [Ms 

-P2-L, etc.] 
Misapell'ing, Mss-P^L- 

KG tMB-PS-Ii-NG] 
Misspend', Hss-Pnd' 
. tMs-Pndq 
8 



169 
Misspoke', Mes-PS-E [Ms 

■P2-E] 

Misstate', Mss-W, Mss- 

T2-Td, Mss-Tt(-)" [Ma- 

Tts, etc.] 
Misstate'ment, Mss-Xt>- 

Mnt [Ms-Tts-Mnt: 
Misstayed', Mss-Ta-D 
Misstep', MsB-T"-P [Ma 

T2.P] 
Mist, Msts. Ma-TdX, MstC)' 
Mlstak'able, Ms-I^E-Bl 

[MsS-E-Bl] 
Mistake', Ms-T'-E, Ma- 

T2-E-NG [Msi^K, MfiS-E- 

NG] 
Mistak'en, Ms-T'-En 

[Ms^-En] 
Mistak'enly, Ms-Ta-E-Nl 

[Ms^-K-Nl] 
Mistak'er, Ms-I'.Er 
Mistak'ingly, Ma-I^-E 

NGl [Maii-E-NGl] 
Mistaught', Ma-Tti 
Misteach', Ma-TS-CH, Ms- 

TS-CH-NG 
Mistell', MS-T2-I, 
Mistem'per, Ms-T^-M-Pr 
Mis'ter, Mstr» [Mr»] 
Misterm', Ms-Tr^-M 
Mist'ful, Ms-T»-Fl 
Misthink', Ma-TW-'SOt-'B. 

[Ms-THaj 
Mis'tily, Ms-Ta-i 
Mistime', Ms-T^-M, Ma- 

T>-Md, Ms-Ti-M-NG 
Mist'lness, Ma-T^-Ns 
Mist'ion, Ms-CHn' 
Misti'tle, Ms-T'-Tl 
Mis'tle, M-Z13, M-Zlds, 

M-Z13-NG 
Mis'tle-toe, Mz-£S.t 
Mistold', Ms-T2-ld, 
Mistook', Ms-T*-E [MsS- 

E] 
Mistrain', Ms-Tm' 
Mistranslate', Ms-Tr^-l^- 

Bit, Me-Tra-N-s£-Td, Ms 

-Tr2-N-B£t-NG [Ms-Trs- 

sj^t, etc.] 
Mlstransla'tion, Ms-Tr^- 

Ns-Lshn 
Mistreat', Ma-Trt» 
Mis'tress, Ms-Trss. When 

used as a title of addreas 

it ia. pronounced Missis, 

and is then written Ma- 
ss. See Misses. 
Mis'tress-piece, Ms-Ir'- 

Mistri'al, Ms-Tr»-L 
Mistrust', Ms-Trata; Ma- 

Trss-Td, M-Trsta-NG 
Mistrust'ful-ly, Ma-Traa- 

Fl 
Mistmst'fullneas, Ms- 

Trs2-Fl-Ns 
Mistune^ Ms-Tn*. Ms- 

Tnd', M8-Tn»-NG 
Mistu'tor, Ms-Itr> 



MOA 

Misfy, M8-T», Ma-TS-B, 

Ms-TstS 
Misunderstand', Ms- 

Hdrs-Tndi, Ms-Ndrs- 

Tndi-NG 
Misunderstaad'ing, Ms- 

Ndrs-Tnd'-NG 
Misunderstood', Ms- 

Ndra-Td2 [Ms-Ndrs-D*: 
Misus'age, M-sYzM 
Misuse', M-sYz", M-sYzd^, 

M-sYza-NG 
Misuse', (7>.)M-bY8' 
Mlswed', Ms-Wds, Ms- 

W2-Dd, Ms-Wd(-)» 
Miswor'sl^iper, Ms-WrS- 

SH-rr 
Miswrite', Ms-i?ti 
Miswrought', Ms-Kt> 
Misyoke', M-sY'-E, M- 

sY'-Et. M-aYii-E-NG 
Mite, Mti 
Mi'ter, Mtr>, M - Trd>, 

Mtri-NG 
Mith'ras, M-TH'-Kb 
Mith'ridate, M-THS-.B-Dt 
Mit'igable, Mt-G-Bia 
Mit'igant, Mt^-Gnt 
Mit'igate, Mts-Gt, Mt-O- 

Td8, Mt=-Gt-NG 
Mitiga'tion, Mta-Gsliu 
Mit'igative, Mt-G-Ty» 
Mit'igator, Mts-Gtr 
Mi'tral, M-Tr'-L 
Ml'tre, See Miter. 
Mit'riform, M-Tr^-Fr-M 
Mitt, Mts 
Mit'ten, M-Tn» 
Mit'tened, M-Tnd^ 
Mit'timus, M-TS-Ms 
Mitts, Mte> 
Mit'y, M-Xi 
Mix, M3-Ea, Ms-KBt, 1/P- 

Ks-NG 
Mix'able, M-Ea-Bl> 
Mix'en, M^-Ea-N 
Mix'er, M-E-sES 
Mixtilm'eal, M-Es-Ta-.£- 

Kl 
Miztilin'ear, M-Ea-X'- 

£n-B 
Mixt'ion, M-Ea-CHn> 
Mix'ture, M>-Eatr 
Miz'maze, Mz^-Mz 
Miz'zen, Mz^-K 
Miz'zen-mast, Mzs- N- 

Mat 
Miz'zle, M-Zl^j M-Zlds, 

M-Zis-NG- 
Mnemon'io, N'-Mn-E 
Mnemon'ical-ly, N'-M- 

N-El 
Mqemon'icB, N'-Mn-Es 
Mnemos'yne, N'-Ms-N 
Mne'motechny, N-M-T'- 

E-N 
Moan, HnS, Mnd', Mn^- 

NG 
Moanful, Mn-Fs-L 
Moau'folly, Un-^-L 



MOA 

Hoat, Mt2 

Mob, M-Bi, M-Ba>, M-Bi 

NG 
Mob'ish, M-Bi-SH 
Mob'-oap, M-B>-K-P 
■Mo'bile, M-BS-L 
Mobil'ity, M-B»-Z-T 
iMobiliza'tion, M - B' - 

Mob'ilize, M-Bi-£z, M- 

B>-£za, M-Bi-Z,z-Na 
Moboc'racy, M-Bi-Er-S 
MoCcaBin, M'-Es-N 
Uo'oba-Btone, M^-Es-Tn 
Mook, Mi-E, Mi-Et, Mi-E 

-NO 
Uock'er, Mi-Er 
Mock'ery, Mi-Er 
Hock'ing-bird, M' - E 

NG-Brd 
Mock'ingly, Mi-K-NGl 
Jlook'-orange, Mi-E-iS- 

N-J 
Ito'oo, M2-E 
Mo'dal, M-D^-L 
Modal'ity, M-D»-i-T 
Mo'dally, M-D2-£ 
Mode, M-D3 
Mod'el, M-Dl', M-Dia>, 

M-Dli-NG 
Mod'eler, M-Dli-B 
Mod'ellng, M-Dl'-NG 
Mod'erate, Md-iiti, Md- 

JJi-Td. Md-Bt>-NG 
Mod'erately, Md-Bti-/^ 
Mod'erateness, Md-Ati- 

Ns 
Modera'tion, Md-iZslm' 
Modera'to, Md-ija-T 
Mod'erator, Md-i:tri 
Mod'eTatOTsMp, Md - 

Htri-SH-P 
Mod'ern, Md-2ta» 
Mod'eTni3iii,Md-ihizi-M. 

Both the n-hook and the 

2-circle should be dis- 
tinctly shown. 
Mod'emist, Md-£ni-St 
Moderniza'tiou, Md - 

iZnzsAnS' 
Mod'emize, Md-iZ'-Nz, 

Md-^i-Nzd, Md-ai-Nz- 

NG 
Mod'emizer, Md-iS>-N- 

Zr 
Mod'emueBB, Md-Ani-Ns 
Mod'est, M-Dsti (Mdsti) 
Mod'estly, M-Dsti-i [M- 

Dsi-L] 
Mod'esty, M-Ds>-T 
Mod'icum, M-Di-E-M 
Mod'ifiable, Md-Fi-Bl 
Modlfica'tion, Md-F^- 

Eshn 
Mod'ifler, Md-pi-K 
Mod'ify, Md-Fi, Md-Fd«, 

Md-Fi-NG 
Modill'ion, M-DS-in 
Mod'ish, M-D!!-SH 
Mod'iBhiy, M-Da--SH1 



i;o 

Mod'ishneBS, tS.-lfl-SB.- 

Ns 
Mod'iBt, M-Dst3 
Modiste', M-Dsf 
Mod'ulate, Md-£ti, Md- 

£i-Td, Md-it»-KG 
Modula'tion, Md-£shns 
Mod'ulator, Md-itri 
Mod'ule, M-Di-L 
Mogul', Ms-Gl 
Mo'nair, M^-Hr 
Moham'medan, M-H-M- 

Dn> 
Moharn'medanism, M- 

H-M-Dn'-Z-M [-D-zM] 
Mohain'mediBm, Mi-E- 

Md-zM] 

Moharn'medaaize, M - 

H-MDn>-Z 
Moham'medize, M-H- 

M-Dzi 
Mo'hur, M2-Hr 
Moi'dore, M-D'-a 
Moi'ety, M-Ti 
Moil, M-Li, M-Ldi, M-L'- 

NG 
Moist,. Msti 
Moist'en, Msi-N, Msi-Nd, 

Ms>-N-NG 
Moist'ness, Hs - Ti - Ns 

[Ms'-Ns] 
Moist'UTe, Mstri 
Molar, M-i2-B 
Molary, M-zis 
Molas'ses, M-£sz> 
Mold, M-i»-D, M-ii-Dd,, 

M-iS-D-NG. See Melting. 
Mould, See Mold. 
Mold'able <n- Mould'a- 

ble, M-£S-D-B1 
Mold'er or Mould'er, M- 

ia-Dr. See Melter. 
Mold'iness or Mould'- 

iness, M-i*-D-Ns 
Mold'ing or Mould'ing, 

M-ZS-D-NG 
Mold'-Tvarp, M-£d»-Wr- 

P 
Mold'y or Mould'y, M- 

Z'-D, M-iS-Dr, M-ZS-Dst 
Mole, M-LS, M-Ld2 M-L!- 

NG . 
Mole'-cajst, M-ZS-Est 
Molec'ular, M-z:-El-B 
Mol'ecule, M-L'-Kl 
Mole'-eyed, M-Z^-I-D 
Mole'-hill, M-t!-Hl 
Mole'-skin, M-Zs'-En 
Molest', M-Zsta, M-Zs>- 

Td, M-Zst«-NG 
Molesta'tion, M - Zb' - 

TBhn 
Molest'er, M-ZstrS 
Molest'flii, M-Zs!-T-ri 
Mol'lah, M-Zi 
Mol'lient, M-Z»-Nt 
Mol'liflable, M-zi-r-Bl 
Molliflca'tion, M-Z>-F- 

Eshn 
Mpl'lifler. II-Zi-F-B 



MON 

Mol'lify, M-Zi-F, M-Xf- 

Fd, M-Zi-F-NG 
Mollus'ca, M-Zs^-E 
MoUus'can, M-Zs'-En 
Mollus'cous, M-£b>-Es 
Mol'lusk,M-Zsi-E 
Molt or Moult, M-Lt2, M- 

Z«-Td, M-Zt2-NG 
Molt'en, M-Z2-Tn 
Mo'ly, M-za 
Molyb'date, M-Z'-B-Dt 
Molybde'na, N-Zs-B-D-N 
Molyb'denous, M-Z^B- 

D-Ns 
Molybde'num, M-Z»-B- 

D-N-M 
Molyb'dic, M-ZS-B-D-E 
Mome, M°-M 
Mo'ment, M~Mnt 
Moment'al-ly, M-Mnt-Z' 
Mo'mentarily, M-Mnt-J2< 

-Z 
Mo'mentariiiesB, M-Mnt 

■Ef-ya 
Mo'meutary, M-M:nt-ii> 
Mo'mently, M-Mn{-Z> 
Momeut'ous, M-Mnt-SS 
Moment'ously, M-Mut- 

S«-z 
Moment'ousness, M- 

Mnt-SS-Ns 
Momen'tum, M>-Mnt-SI 
Mo'xnus, M^-Ms 
Mon'achal, M>-N-El 
Mon'acliisni, M>-ll-E- 

zM 
Mon'ad, Mn-Di 
Monad'ic, Mn-D>-E 
Monad'ical, Mn-D'-El 
Mon'aroh, M>-Nr-E 
Monarch'al, M'-Nr-El 
Mon'archess, M'-Nr-Es 
Monarch'ial, M-Nr-E-L' 
Monarch'io, M'-Nr-E-E 
Monarch'ical. M^-Nr-E- 

El 
Mon'archism, Ui-ITivE- 

zM 
Mon'arohist, M>-Nr-Est 
Mon'archize, Mi-Nr-Ez 
Mon'arohy, Mi-Nr-E 
Monaste'rial, M-Ns-TS- 

m 
Mon'astery, M-Ns-T>-iS 
Monas'tic, M-Ns-Ti-E 
Monas'tical-ly, M-Ns-T>. 

Kl 
Monas'tioism, M-Ns-T>- 

6zM 
Mon'day, M-N-D« 
Monde, Mnd> 
Mon'etary, M-N-T>-i! 
Mon'ey, Ms-N 
Mon'eys, MS-Nz 
Mon'ey-broker, Ma-N- 

Br-Kr 
Mon'ey-changer, M-- 

N-CH-N-Jr J-CH-Jr] 
Mon'eyed, M-N-D> 
Mon'eyer, M-N-B« 



MON 

Mon'eyless, M-N-isii 
Mon'ey-order, MS-N-Edr 
Mon'ey's-worth, M»-N- 

zWr-TH tM2-Nz-TH] 
Mon'ger, M-NQ-Gr [MS- 

NGr] 
Mon'grel, M-NG-Gr-L^ 
Moni'tion, M^ Nshn 
Mon'itive, M-N-Tv' 
Mon'itor, Mntri 
Monito'rial, M-'S-T'-Rl 
Mon'itory, M-N-T'-S 
Mon'itress, M-N-Trs' 
Monk, M'-NG-E 
Monk'ery. Ms-NG-Kr 
Mout'ey, Ma-NG-K 
Monk'eyism, M<-Na-E- 

zM 
Uonk'ey-jacket, MS-KG- 
_ K-J-Kt 
Monk'ey-rail, Ms-NG-K- 

Monk'ey-wreuoh, Ms- 

NG-K-2e-N-CH 
Monk'hood, M^-NG-E- 

Hd 
Mouk'ish, M-NG-E-SHS 
Monocar'pous, M-N-Er- 

Mon'ochord, M'-N-Krd 
Monocbromat'ic, Mi-K- 

Er-Mt-E 
Hon'ochrome, M'-N-Er- 

M 
Iloaoc'ular, H-N-E-£ri 
Monoc'ulous, M-N-E-£si 
Mou'ocule, Mi-N-El 
Monodac'tylous, M-TS- 

D>-Et-£s 
Mou'odist, M-N-Dst> 
Mon'ody, M-N-Di 
Monog'amist,' Mni-G- 

Mst 
Monog'amy, Mn'-G-M 
Mon'ogram, M>-N-Gr-M 
Mon'ograph, M'-N-Grf 
Monograph'ic, Mi-N-Grf 

-E 
Monograph'ical, M-N- 

Gr-F'-El 
Monog'raphy, M-N-Gr- 

F> 
Mon'olith, M-N-ii-TH 
Mon'ologue, M-N-£i-G 
Monoma'nia, Mn'-M-N 
Monoma'uiac, Mn'-M-N- 

E 
Mon'ome, Mni-M 
Monom'eter, Mni-Mlr 
Mono'mial, M«-N-M1 
Monop'othy, M-N-P'-TH 
Mouopet'alous, M-N-Pt' 

-is 
Monoph'thong, M-N-JF'- 

TH-NG 
Hlonophthon'gal, U-N- 

F^-TH-NGl 
Honoph'ysite, M-N-Fs'- 

T 
Honop'olist, M-N-F>-£st 



171 

Monop'ollze, M-N-Pi-£z, 

M-N-Pi-izd, M-N-PJ-£z- 

KG 
Monop'olizer, M-N-P>- 

Lz-B 
Monop'oly, M-N-P'-A 
Monop'teral, M-N-Ptr'-L 
Mon'optote, M-N-pi-Tt 
Monosperm'ous, M-N 

sPr2-Ms 
Monospher'ical, M-Ns- 

FS-K-El 
Mon'ostich, M-N8-T>-E 
MonoBtropli'ic, M - N ■ 

sTrf-E 
Monosyllab'ic, M-N-s^i- 

B-E 
Mon'osyllable, H-II-s£>- 

Bl 
Mon'otheism, M-N-THzi 

-M 
Mon'otheist, M-N-THsU 
Monotheist'ic, M - N - 

THs'-T-E 
Monoth'elite, M-N-TH>- 

U 
Mon'otone, M-N-Tni 
Monot'onoua, II-N-T>- 

Ns 
Monofonoualy, M-N-Ti- 

Ns-Ii 
Monofonousness, H-N- 

T>-Ns-N3 
Mouot'ony, M-N-T'-N 
Monsieur', M8-B< 
Monsoon', H^-Ns-X 
Mon'ster, M>-Nstr 
Mon'strance, M - 17 - 

BTms> [Mns-Tns'] 
Monstros'ity, M-N-BTrs'- 

T [Mns-Ts>-T] 
Mon'strous, M-N-sTisi 

[Mns-Tsn 
Mon'BtTOusly, M- n-bTtI- 

bL [Miib-T1-b£] 
Mon'strouaness, M-N- 

sTrsi-Ns [Mns-Tsi-NsJ 
Montan'ic, Mnt'-N-K 
Mon'tauist, Mn-Ii-Nst 
Monteth' or Mon'teth. 

Mn-TSofi-TH 
Montb, M-X-TE3. See 

Minute, 
Monthly, M-N-THa-i 
Mon'ument, Mii>-Miit 
Monument'al-ly, Mn - 

Mnt-£3 [MnSiMnt] 
Moo, 11' 
Mood, It-D' 
Mood'ily, ll-m-L 
Mood'ineBS, M-BS-Ns 
Mood'y, M-DS 
Mool'ah, M-X« 
Moon, Mns, Mnds, Mii»- 

NG 
Moon'beam, Mn-B^-M 
Moon'-calf, Mn»-Ef 
Moou'-dial, MuS-D-L 
Mooned, Mndo 
Moou'-fish, iln'-V-Sa 



m6k 



Moon'ish, Mn-SE^ 
Moon'less, Mn-La^ 
Moon'light, Mn-M' 
Moon'-loved, Mns-i-Vd 
Moon'-madness, Mu^- 

M-D-Ns 
Moon'-iaker, Mn'-iJ-Er 
Moon'rise, Mn-Rsr 
Moon'-sail, MS-Ns-I/ 
Moon'shee, Mn-SH^ 
Moon'shine, Mn-SHn^ 
Moon'-shiny, Mns-SH-N 
Moon'y, M».N 
Moon'-stone, Mns^-Tn 
Moon'-struck, M<'-N-sTis 

E cMns'-T-E] 
Moor, U-B', M-Bds, M- 

fia-NG 
Moor'age, M-fi^-J 
Moor'-cock, M-Bs-E-E 
Moor'.fowl, M-«a-F.L 
Moor'-game, m-b^-g-M 
Moor' -hen, M-E'-Hn 
Moor'ing. M-ija-NG 
Mocr'ings, 'M.-R'-'Sz 
Moor'ish, M-iea-SH 
Moor'-land, Mrs-ind 
Moor' -stone, M.-Ss'-Ta 
Moor'y, M-B' 
Moose, Ms' 
Moose'-deer, Ms^^D-B 
Moot, Mta. M-Td', MtC)» 
Moot'able, Mt-Bis 
Moot'-case, Mt^-Es 
Moot'-oourt, Mts-Ert 
Moot'er, utt" 
Moot'-point, MtajPnt' 
Mop, M-Pi, Mi-Pt, M-P«- 

NG 
Mop'-board, M-pi-Brd 
Mope, M-P=, M-Pt!, M-P>- 

NG 
Mop'ishly, M-ps-SSl 
Mop'ishness, M-F'-SH- 

Ns 
Mop'pet, M-Pti 
Mop'sey, M-P>-S 
Moraine', M-Rn' 
Mor'al, M-Kli 
Morale', M-iJ'-L 
Mor'alist, M-Blst' 
Moral'ity, M-BV-T 
Moraliza'tion, M-Blzshn' 
Mor'alize, M-Alzi, M- 

Blzdi. M-iBlzi-NG 
Mor'alizer, M-/il>-Zr 
Mor'aUy, M-Bli 
Morass', M-Asi 
Morass'y, M-fli-S 
Mora'rian, M-B»-Vn ' 

Mor'bid, M-fii-Bd 
Mor'bidly, M-iji-Bd-r 
Mor'bidness, M-Si-Bd- 

Morbific, M-fis.Bf-E 
Morbif ioal, M-fis-B-F-El 
Morbose', M-A^-Bs 
Morceau', M-iJ2.S 
Morda'cious, U-B*-D- 
SBb 



MOR 

ICordao'ity, M-fi>-D8-T 
Mor'dant, M-iii-Dnt 
Moi^e, Mr! 
Moreen', M-£nS 
Mor'el, M-iJli 
More'-land, Mr»-ind 
Moreno, M-B'-L 
Moreo'ver, Mr-Vr« 
Moresque', M-fis«-K 
Morganat'lc, M-A>-G-Nt- 

K 
Morgue, Mri-G 
Mor'ibund, M-£i-Biid 
Mor'U, M-H1« 
Mo'rion, M-B»-N 
MoTis'co, M-ifB»-K 
Mo'risk, M-iis'-E 
Mor'ling, Mr-ii-NG 
I^or'mon, Mr>-Ma 
Mor'momsm, Hr-Mn-Zi- 

M 
Mor'mouite, Mr-Mn-T> 
Mom, Mm* 
Morn'ing, Mrni-NO 
Moru'ing-glory, Mm'- 

NG-Gl-ie 
Morn'mg-gown, Mm>- 

NG-Gn 
Mom'ing-star, llm^ - 

KGs-TiB (-NGstr) 
Moroc'co, M-ii>-E 
Morone', M-Bn' 
Morose', M-Bs' 
Morose'ly, M-BS-si 
Morose'ness, M-iis'-Ns 
Mor'pheuE, M-Ai-Fs 
Mor'phew, M-fi'-F 
Mor'phia, M-iJi-P 
Mor'phine, M-K'-Fn 
Morphol'ogy, M-B'-F-Z- 

J 
Mor'Tice, M-fisi 
MoT'ris, Al-iisi 
Mor'ria-dance, M-J2bi 

Dns 
MoT'ris-dancer, M-i2s> 

D-sB 
Mor'row, M-B' 
Morse, M-Bsi 
Mor'sel, Mrs-£i 
Mort, M-Kti 
Mor'tal, Mrt-Zi 
Mortality, Mrt-i;>-T(-it) 
Mor'talize, Mrt;-£z> 
Mor'tally, Mrt-i;> 
Mor'tar, Mrtri 
Mort'gage, Mr-Gf-J>, Mr- 

G-Ja», Mr-G-J>-NG 
Mort'gage-deed, Mr - G - 

Ji-Dd 
Mortgagee', Mr-G-J» 
Mortgageor', Mr-G-Jr' 
Mort'gager, Mr-G-Jr> 
Mortirerous, M-Bf-T- 

Frs 
Hortiflca'tion, M-St^-F- 

Eshn 
Mor'tifier, M-ieP-F-B 
Mor'tify, M-Bt>-F, M- 
Btf-Vd, M-Bti-F-NG 



172 

Mor'tise, M-«'-Ts, M-fii 

Tst, M-ie>-TB-KG 
Mort'main, Mrt'-Mn 
Mort'uary, Mr-CE'-B 
Mosa'ic, Mz'-E 
Mosa'ical, Mz-E-Ii' 
Mosk, Msi-E 
Moslem, Mz-£>-M 
Mosque, Msi-E 
Mosqui'to, Ms-E-TS 
Moss, Mel, Mst>, Msi-NG 
Moss' -agate, Hbi-g-t 
Moss'-bunker, Msi - B 

NG-Er 
Moss'-clad, Mi-BEld 
MosB'-grown, MB>-Gm 
Moss'iness, M-S>-Nb 
Moss'-land, Ms>-Xnd 
Moss'-pink, Msi-P-NG-E 
Moss'-rose, Mb1-£z 
Moss'-rusli, Ms'-ii-SH 
Moss'-trooper, Ms'-Tr 

Pr 
Moss'y, M-8>, U-Sr>, M- 

Ssti 
Most, Msta 
Mos'tic, Ms-T>-E 
Mos'tick, Ms-T>-E 
Most'ly, Ms-is 
Mot(moJ, M> 
Mote, MV 
Motet', M-Tta 
Moth, M-THi 
Moth'-eat, M-TEP-T 
Moth'-eaten, M-THi-Tn 
Moth'er, Mdhi-a 
Moth'ered, Mdhr-D« 
Moth'erhood, Mdhr'-Hd 
Moth'er-ln-law, Mdlii«- 

Nl 
Moth'er-Iand, Mdhri- 

Moth'eTless, Mdhr-£B< 
Moth'er-liquor, MSia^ 
tkL-Ki 

Moth'erly, Mdhr-L« 
Mother-of-pearl', Mdlii» 

!P2-iei 
Moth'er-queen, Mdhi*- 

Ewn 
Moth'er-tongue, Mdhr^- 

T-NG 
Moth'er-water, MdJir^- 

Wtr 
Moth'er-wit, Mdhrs-Wt 
Moth'erwort, Mdhr-Wrts 
Moth'ery, M-DHs-B 
Moth'y, M-TH>, M-TH>- 

B, M-THsti 
Mo'tUe, Mt-£a 
Mo'tion, MBhn', MslrndS, 

MshnS-NG 
Mo'tionlesB, Melin-LBi 
Mo'tive, Mt-V« 
MotiT'ity, Mt-V«-T 
Mot'ley,Mt-£> 
Mo'tor,Mtra 
Mo'tory, Mt-B" 
Mot'tle, Mt-i>, Mt-idJ, 

Mt-Z>-Na 



MOV 

Mot'tO, M-T' 

Mould, Mould 'er, 

Mould'y, Moult, Sea 

Mold, etc. 
Mound, Mnd<, Mn-Dd>. 

Mnd>-NG 
Mount, Mnti, Mn-Td», 

Mnt'-NG 
Mount'able, MntBi-L 
Mount'ain, Unti-N 
Mount'ain-ash, Mnt'-N- 
. SH 
Mount'ain-blue, Mnti-N 

-Bl 
Mount'ain-eork, MntL 

N-Kr-E 
Mount'sin-dew, Hnti-N 

-D 
Mountaineer', Mnt-N-B> 
Mount'ainer, Mnt-N-Bi 
Uount'ain-green, Mnti- 

N-Gm 
Mount'ain-leather, 

Mnti-N-idhr 
Mount'ainouB, Mnti-Ns 
Mount'ainousness, Mnt> 

-Nb-Ns 
Mount'am-top, Mnt'-N- 

T-P 
Mount'ebank, Mnt-B>- 

NG-E 
Mount'er, Mntr^ 
Mount'ing, Mnti-NG 
Mourn, Mrn', Hmd', 

MruS-NG 
Mourn'er, Mr^-Nr 
Mourn'fill, Mni-F«-L 
Mourn'flilly, M.ru-T'-L 
Moumfiilness, Mm-FL 

L-Ns [!Fb] 
Mourn'ing, Mm^-NG 
Moum'ing-dove, Mms- 

NG-Dt 
Mouse, («.) Mbi 
Mouse, (V.) Mzi, Mzdi, 

M21-NG 
Mouse'-hole, Msi-Hl 
Mous'er, M-Zr* 
Mouse -trap, Mb>-Tt-F 
Moustache', Ms-Ti-SH 

(or MBt-SHi) 
Mouth, M-THi 
Mouth, M-DH>, M-DHd' 

M-DHl-NG 
Mouth'er, M-DHr> 
Mouth'ftal, M-TH>-F1 
Mouth'less, M-TBi-Zs 
Mouth'-piece, M-THi-Ps 
MoVable-y, M-V«-B1 
MoT'ables, M-Vs-BIz 
MoVableness, M-V'-Bl- 

Ns [!Bs] 
Move, M-V>, M-Vds, M- 

M-va-KG 
Move'less, M-VS-Zs 
Mo ve'ment, M - v» - Mnt 



[Mnt»] 
MoT'er, M-Vr" 
Mov'iug, M-Vs-NG 
Mov'ingly, M-V»-HG1 



MOW 

Mow (mow), Ml, M-D', 

Mi-NG 
Mow (mo), M», M-D2, MS- 

NO 
Mow'-buro, Mii-B-iJn 
Mow'er, M-R2 
Mow'mg, M2-Na 
Mown, Mn' 
Moz'a, M-E-St 
Mr., Mr« 
Mrs., Ms-sa 
Much, IVE-CH" 
Mu'cid, Hs-DS 
Mu'cilage, Ms-X^-J 
Mucilag'inous, Ms-X'-J- 

Ns 

MucilaelnousnesB, Ms- 

£M-NS-Ns 
Mucip'arous, Mb-S'-Bs 
Muck, M^E 
Mucked, M'-Et 
Muok'-heap, M'-E-P 
Muok'-hill, M2-E-H1 
Muck'iness, M^^-E-Ns 
Muok'le, M3-E1 
Muck'-rake, M^-E-JZ-E 
Muok'-worm, M^-K-Wr- 

M 
Muok'y, M2-E 
Mu'cous, MS-Es 
Mu'cousnesB, M^-Ks-Ns 
Mu'cronate, M>-Er-Nt 
Mu'cTonated, M-Kr-N- 

Tda 
Ma'oulent, M-E.inf 
Mu'cus, M&Es 
Mud, M-D2, M-DflS, M-D^- 

Na 
Mud'died, M-Dd> 
Mud'diness, M-D^Ns 
Mud'dle, M-Dia, M-Dlds, 

M-Dis-NG 
Mnd'dily, M-DS-i 
Mud'dy, (o.) M-D>, M 
Dr2, M-D6t» • 

Mud'dy, (1).) M-Da, M- 
Dd2, M-Ds-Na 

Mud'-sill, M-Ds^-Ii 

Mud'-wall, M-D»-W1 

Muez'zin, M-Zn' 

Mufi; M'Fa 

Muffin, M-Pna 

Muffle, M-Fl', M-rid2, 
M-Fia.N» 

Muffled, M-FId2 

Muffler, M-F12-E 

Mufti, M-I«-T 

Mug, W-Q 

Mug'gish, M-C^SE' 

Mug'gy, M2-G, M2-Gr, 
M'-Gst 

Mug'house, M'-G-Hs 

Mug'-weed, M^-G-wD 

Mui'wort, M-G-Wrt2 

Mulat'to, M-ii-T 

Mul'berry, U-Ifl-B-R 

Mul'berry-tiree, M-Z^-B- 

Mulch, M-Z«-CH, M-L!- 
CHt, M-i;2-CH-NG 



173 

Mulct, M-i»-E-T, M-i»-E- 

Td, M-iS-E-T-NG 
Mulot'uary, M-iS-E-CH- 

B 
Mule, M-L» 
Mule'-jenny, M-Z'-J-N 
Mule'-spinner, M-iss-P- 

Nr 
Muleteer', M-z^-Tr 
Mule'wort, M-ZS-Wrt 
Mulieb'rity, M-z^-Br-T 
Mu'lier, M-Z^-B 
Mul'ish, M-ZS-SH 
Mul'isbly, il-L^-SBl 
Mul'ishneas, M.-V-SS- 

Ns 
Mull, M-LS, M-Lds, M-L^- 

NG 
Mulla, M-Za 
Mul'len, M-ZnS 
Mull'er, M-ZS-B 
Munet, M-Zta 
Mul'ligrubs, M-Z^-Gr-Bz 
MuU'ion, M-ZnS 
MuUion'ed, M-Znd' 
MuU'ock, M-Ifl-K 
Mulse, M-Zs' 
Multan'gular, M-zti-NG- 

Gl-B 
Multan'gularxy, M - Zti 

NG-Gl-iil 
Multartio'ulate, M-Zt'- 

Jit-Elt 
Multe'ity, M-ZS-T-T 
Multicap'sular, M-Z'-X 

E-P-sZ-S 
Multica'vous, M-za-T- 

E-Vs 
Multidea'tate, M-Zta. 

Dn-Tt 
Multifa'riouB, M-Zf^F. 

Bb 
Multifa'riously, M - Zta. 

F-ie-sZ 
MuXtifa'riousness, M ■ 

Zt2-F-fis-Ns 
Mul'tifld, M-Zta-Fd 
Multif idous, M-Zt«-r-T)s 
Multiflo'roua or Multif - 
lorous, M-Zao)«-T-Fl-«6 
Mul'tifold, M-za-T-Fld 
Murtifoim, M-Zts-F-E- 
, M 
Multifonu'ity, M-zti-F- 

R-M-T 
Multtform'ous, M-Zt>-F- 
,B-Ms 
Multigen'erous, M-za. 

T-J-Nrs 
Multiju'gous. M-Z3-T-J- 

Gs 
Multilateral, M-Zti-Ztr- 

L 
Multilin'eal, M-Zts-Z-Nl 
Multiloo'ular, M-Zti-z- 

El-B 
Multiroqueuce, M-Zf- 

Z-Ewns 
Mnltil'0(iuent, M-Zta-Z- 
Ewnt I 



MUL 

Multiroquoua, M-Zt^-Z- 

Ews 
Multino'date, M-Zta-N- 

Dt 
Multino'mial, M-LV^S- 

Ml 
Multinom'inal, M-Zt'-K- 

M-Nl 
Multlnom'inous, M-Zt'- 

N-M-Ns 
Multip'arous, M-Zt'-Prs 
Multip'artite, M-Zts-Pr- 

Tt 
Mul'tiped, M-Ztap.D 
Mul'tiple, M-Zta-Pl 
Mul'tiplez, M-Zta-Pl-Es 
Murtipliable, M-Zta-Pl- 

BJ 
Multipli'ableness, M • 

iti-Pl-Bl-Ns [iBs] 
Mul'tiplicable, M-Zta> 

Pl-K-Bl 
Mul'tiplioand, M-Zta-Pl- 

End 
Mul'tiplioate, M-Zt^-Pl- 

Et 
Multip'lioate, M-Zts-Pl- 

Et 
Multiplica'tlon, M-Zta- 

Fl-EshD 
Mul'tipUcatlTe, M-Zta. 

Pl-Et-v 
Mul'tiplicator, M-Zta-Pl. 

Etr 
Multiplic'ity, M-Zt»-Pls- 

T (Mlt.Pls=-T) 
Mul'tipHer, M-Zta- P]-E 
Mul'tiply, M.£ta.pi, M- 

Zt=-Pld, M-Zta-Pl-NG 
Mul'tiply ing-glass, M- 

Zts-Pl-NG-Gls 
Multip'otent, M-Zt'-P- 

Tnt 
Multipres'ence, M-Zta- 

Pra-Ns 
Multira'diate, M-Zta-ji- 

Dt 
Multis'oious, M-Z=-T- 

SHa 
Multlsil'iquous, M-ZtsS- 

i-Ews 
Multls'onous, M-Z3-T8- 

K3 

Multispi'rai; M-Ztsi-P- 

Bl 
Multistri'ate, M-Zts'-Tr- 

T 
Multisyl'lable, M-zts'- 

Z-Bl 
Mul'titude, M-Zta-Td 
Multitu'dinary, M-Zt^- 

Td-Nr 
Multitu'diuous, M-Zt3- 

Td-Ka 
Multitu'dinously, M - 

Zts-Td-Ns-L 
Multiv'agant, M-za-Tv- 

GDt 

Multir'agous, VL-lATv- 
Gs 



MUL 

Blul'tivalve, M-i=-T-vi 

V 
llultiralv'ular, M-i'-T- 

vi-V-ir 
Multi'T'ersant, m-xs-t- 

Vrs-Nt 
Multiv'ioua, M -it'-Vs 
Multo'ca, M-L'T-K 
Multoo'mar, M-it'-Kl-B 
Multtmg'ulate, M - W ■ 

NO-Glt 
Mul'tuxe, M-Z,S-CHr 
Mum, US-M 
Kum'ble,M-M-Bl!, M-M- 

BldS M-M-B12-NG 
MumTiler, M-M-B1»-K 
Mumm, M<-M, M^^-Md, 

M2-M-NG - 
Hum'mer, MS-Mr 
Mum'mery, M-M-ie» 
Mummifioa'tion, M-M- 

F»-Kshn - 
]U.uiu'mifoTm, M-M-F^ 

B-M 
Mum'mify-, M-M-FS, M- 
M-Fdli, M-M-F2-NG 

Mum'my, M^-M 
Mump, M-M-P2, M2-Mt, 

M-M-PS-NG 
Mump'er, M-M-Pr= 
Mump'ish, M-M-P^-SH 
Miunps, M-M-Fs 
Munch, M-N-0H2, M-N- 

CHt2, M-N-0H2-NG 
Munch'er, M-N-CHr' 
Mun'dane, Mn-Dn^ 
Muudifioaut, M-N-DP- 

Knt 
Mundiflca'tion, Mn Dfs- 

Esbn 
MundiPicative, Mn-Dt^- 

Kt-V 
Mun'dify, Mn-Ds-F 
Mundiv'agant, Mn-Dv»- 

Gnt 
Mundun'gus, Mq-di^ng- 

Gb 
Mun'gO, MS-KG-G 
Munic'lpal, m-Ns-p^-I/ 
Municipal'lty, M-Ns-pi- 

Z-T 
Munificence, H-n-Fb^- 

Nb 
Munificent, M-N-Fs'-Nt 
Munificently, M-N-Fs» 

Nt-L 

Mu'niment, Mn'-Mnt 
Muni'tlon, M'-Nshn 
Munjeet', M-N-Jts 
Muns, Mnz* 
Munso'nian, Mi^-Ns-Nn 
Mu'ral, M.-RV 
Mur'der, Mrdr^, Mr-Drd^, 

Mrdr2-NG • 
Mur'derer, Mrdr-Bs 
Mur'deress, Mr-DrE' 
Mur'derous, Mrdr-S2 
Mur'derously, Mrdr-S12 
Mu'riate, M-i8»-T 
Mu'riated, M-£s-Td 



174 

Muriat'io, M-Kt'-K 
Mu'riue, M-fin" 
Murk'ily, Mr-K-i« 
Murk'y, Mr*-E, Mr^-Kr, 

Mr'-Est 
Mur'mur, Mr^-Mr, Mr' 

Mrd, MrS-Mr-NO 
Mur'irurer, Mr-Mr- K' 
Mur'muringly, Mr^-Mr- 

NGl 
Mur'murous, Mr-Mr-S^ 
Mur'raiu, M-An' 
Mur'rhine, M-Sn> 
Mur'za, M-fl'-Z 
Mus'cadel, Ms-E-D°-L 
Mus'cadine, Mb-E-Dii^ 
MuB'cat, MB^-Et 
Mns'oatel, Ms-K-TS-L 
Mus'cle, Me-£S 
Muscora'do, Ms-K-V^-D 
Mus'oovy-Imok, Ms-E- 

V2-D-E 
Mus'cular, Ms-E-Xr^ 
Muscular'ity, Ms-E-i'- 

Rt 
Mus'culous, M8-E-£b: 
Muse, Mz», M^d3, Mz>-N6 
Muse'ful, Mz-Fi-L 
Muse'less, Mz-Zs" 
Mus'er, M-Zr" 
Mu'ses, MzzS 
Mu'set, Mz-TS 
Musette', Mb-t> 
Muse'um, Mz^-M 
Mush, M-SHa 
Mush'room, M-SHr^-M 
Mu'sio, Mzs-E 
Mu'sloal, Mz-K-IiS 
Mu'sioally, Mz-E-£3 
Mu'sicaluess, Mz-E-L^- 

Ns 
Mu'sic-book, Mz»-E-B-K 
Musician, Mztlm? 
Mu'sic-master, Mz^-E- 

Mstr 
Mu'sio-stool, Mz'-Es-T-L 
Mus'ing, Mz'-NG 
Mus'ingly, Mz-NG-L^ 
Musk, Ms2-E 
Mus'kallonge, Mb-E-Z.s- 

N-J 
Musk'-deer, MB*-E-Dr 
Mug'ket, Ms!-Et 
Musketeer', Ms-E-Tr^ 
Musketoou', Ms-E-Tn> ■ 
Mus'ketry, Ms-E-Tr*-^ 
Mus'ket-shot, Ms°-Et- 

SHt 
Musk'iness, Ms^-E-Ns 
Musk'-melon, Ms^-E-M- 

in 
Musk'-ox, MsS-E-Kb 
Musk'-rat, Ms:-E-£t 
Musk'y, Ms2-E 
MuB'lin, Mz-£n> 
Mus'lin-de-laine, Mz - 

in«-D-Z.n (Mz-XndS-in) 
Muslinet', Mz-/.i-Kt 
Mus'quash, H-bEw-SH> 
Mus'quet, Ms-Et^ 



J, Ml 

HMi 



MYO 

Musqui'to, Mg-E-TS 
Mus'role, Mz-A^-L 
Muss, Ms' 
Mus'sel, Ms-£' 
Mus'selmou, Ms-X^Mn 
Mus'selmaniBh, TAs-lfi^ 

Mu-SH 
Must, Msta 
Mus'tac, Ms-T'-E 
Mustache', Ms-T>-SH 

(Mst-SHi; 
Mustach'io, Ms-T>-<SS 
Mustach'ioed, Ms-Xi-££r 

-D 
Mus'tang, Mb-TS-NG 
Mus'tard, Ms-Tidi 
MuBtee', Ms-T^ 
MuB'ter, MBtr«, Ms-Trds, 

Mstr(')s 
MuB'ter-master, Ms-Tr^ 

MstF 

Mus'ter-roU, Ms-TrS-fil 
Must'ily, MB-T2-i 
Must'iness, Mb-I^-Nb 
Must'y, MS-T2, Ms-T'-K, 

Ms-Tst- 
Mutabil'ity, Mt-BF-T 

(MtBUS) 
Mu'table, Mt-Bl' 
Mu'tableness, Mt-Bis-Ns 

CMt»iBs] 
Muta'tion, M-Tstm' 
Mute, Mt3 
Mute'ly, Mt-i» 
Mute'ness, M-T'-Ns 
Mu'tilate, Mt-Zt», Mt£8. 

Td, Mt-tts-HG 
Mutila'tion, Mt-£Bhns 
Mu'tilator, Mt-itrs 
Mutineer', M-Ts-Nr 
Mu'tinous, M-T'-Ns 
Mu'tinoUBly, M-Ts-Ns-L 
Mu'tiuousness, m-T'-THs- 

Ns 
Mu'tiny, M-T«-N, M-T"- 

N-D, M-TS-N-NG 
Mut'ter, Mtrs, M-Trd', 

Mtr8-NG 
Mut'terer, Mtr-B* 
Mut'ton, M-Tii« 
Mut'ton-chop, M - TnS - 

CH-P 
Mut'ton-flst, M-Tn!!-FBt 
JVCut'ual-ly, Mt-z,' 
iTIutual'ity, Mt-i>-T 
Mut'ule, M-l»-L 
Muz'zle, M-Z1», M-Zlds, 

M-Zis-NG 
Muz'zle-ring, M-Zl^-ii- 

NG 
Muz'zy, M-Z" 
My, M» 

Mycol'ogy, M-El-Ji 
Mynheer', Mn-lieB^ 
My'ope, M-P» 
Myolog'ioal, M-Li-J-El 
Myol'ogist, M-i>-jBt 
Myol'ogy, M-ti-J 
My'opy, M pi 
Myo'sis, Mbs^ 



MYR 

Myr'iad, M-B^-D 
Myr'iaroh, M-fls-B-K 
Myrl'oa, M-iJi-K 
Myr'ioine, M-Rs'-N 
Myr'igram, M-B'-Gr-M 
Hyriagramme', IiI-£>- 

Gr-M 
Myrial'iter, M-iJi-itr 
Myr'ialiter, M-iJs-itr 
Myriali'tre, M-«»-I,tr 
Myriam'eter, Mri-Mtr 
Myr'ameter, Mr^-Mtr 
Myriame'tre, Mr»-Mtr 
Myr'iapod, M-Bs-Pd 
Myriare', M-xi-E 
Myr'iologue, M.-B'-L-a 
Myriora'ma, M-iJior^-B- 

M 
Myr'midon, Mr-M-Dn2 
Myrob'alan, M-fii-B-in 
Myrrh, M-Ba 
Myr'rhio, M-B^.k 
Myr'rhine, M-HnS 
Myr'tiform, M-fita-F-E- 

M 
Myr'tle, Mrt-ii 
Myr'tle-berry, Mrt-£«- 

Myseir.Ms-ii-I'. Written 

in the flrBt position to 

distinguisli it from the 

abbreviation for Bimself. 
Mys'tagogue, Ms-TS-G-G 
Myste'rious, Mb-Ts-Bs 
Myste'riouBly, Ms-Ts-B- 

sL 
Myste'riouBueas, Ms-T°- 

Ks-Ns 
Mys'terize, Ms - T^ - Bz, 

Ms-T3-Bzd, Ms-TS-Bz- 

NG 
Mya'tery, Ms - Tc'. See 

History, 
Mya'tlc, Ms-T'-K 
Mys'tical-ly, Ms-T8-Kl 
Mys'ticalneaa, Ms-T'-El- 

Ns 
Mya'ticiam, Ms-T»-szM 
Myatiflca'tiou, Ms-If>- 

Kshn 
Mys'tiiy, Ms-Ts-I", Ma-TP 

-D, Ms-TP-NG 
Myth, M-TH3 
Myth'ic, M-TH'-K 
Myth'ioal-ly, M-TH"-K1 
Mythog'rapher, M-TE'- 

Qr-'Et 
Mytholog'ic, M-THi-Z-J- 

K 
Mytholog'ical, M-THi-£ 

-J-Kl 
Mythol'ogiat, M-TH'-i- 

Jst 
Mythol'ogize, M-THi-jD- 

Jz 
Mythol'ogy, M-THi-i-J 

[M-THi-J] 
Myth'oplaam, M-TH»- 

PlzM 
Myt'ilus, M-TS-is 



175 



N. 



ISIy the fourteenth letter of 
the Alphabet^ represents 
the sound of n as heard in 
no, new, men, run, etc, 

ifn generally has the 
sound of single n, as in baji- 
ner, runner, funnel, inn, 
bunn, etc. See Bb. 

Ng is the usual represen- 
tative of the single gutteral 
nasal sound ng as heard in 
san^, run^, long, strng, etc. 
When occurring before koT 
g (sounded as Gay), n gen- 
erally has the sound of NG, 
as in bank (bingk), link 
(llngk), longer (long-ger), 
^nger (fing-ger). In the 
words hanger, slin^er, ring- 
er, brinper and springer ng 
is sounded as the single 
sound of the phonographic 
letter NG. Compare anger 
with hanger and linger with 
singer, 
Sab, N-BI, N-Bd», N-B>- 

NG 
Wa'bob, N-Ba-B 
ITao'arat, N-K-Bt' 
Na'ore, Ns-Kr 
Na'creoua, N-Kr-SS 
Na'dab, N-DS-B 
Wa'dir, N-Drs- 
ITse'vus, N-Vss 
ITag, N'-G, N'-Gd, Ni-G- 

NG 
Wa'iad, N-Ds 
Naif, N-F! 
Wail, N-IiS, N-Ld2, N-LS 

NG 
Wail'-bruah, N-L^-Br-SH 
Wail'er, N-ir» 
Nall'ery, N-LS-B 
ITain'aook, N^-Ns-K 
Nais^aant, Ns^-Nt 
Naive, N-v> 
Na'ivete, N-V>-T 
Nalced, N:-£d 
BTa'kedly, N-Kd-is 
Na'kednesa, N^-Ed-Ns 
Na'ker, N=-Kr 
Nam'able, N-M-B12 
Nama'tion, N^-Mshn 
Nam'by-pamby, N-M-Bi 

iP'-M-B 
Name, N>-M, N^-Md, Ns- 

M-NG 
Naiae'Ieas, N-M-£s< 
Name'leasiy, N-M-Zs^-Z 
Name'ly, N-M-i" 
Name'-plate, N^-M-Plt 
Name'aake, N'-Ms-K 
Nankeen', Nn^-Kn 



NAT 

Nap, N-Pi, N-Pti. N-Pi- 

NG 
Nape, N-pa 
Naph'tha, N-Pi-TH or N- 

Fi-TH 
Naphthal'ic, N-Pi-TH-£- 

K or N-Fi-TH-i-K 
Na'pier'a-bouea, N-P^- 

Bz-Bnz 
Na'pier'a-rods, N-ps-Ez- 

BDz . 

Nap'kin, N-pi-Kn 
Napleaa, N-P-£s» 
Na'ples-yellow, N-Plz"- 

YL 
Napoleon, If-Pi-in 
Nap'piness, N-P'-Ns 
Nap'py, N-Pi 
Narcis'sua, Nr-Sss' 
Narco'ais, Nr'-Ksa 
Narcot'io, Nr-K-Ti-K 
Naroot'ioal, Nr'-Kt-Kl 
Naroot'ionesa, Nr-K-T'-; 

K-Ns 
Nar'ootine, Nr-K-Tn' 
Nar'ootism, Nr-K-T'-zM 
Nar'cofize, Nr-K-Tzi, Nr-. 

K-Tzd', Nr-K-Tzi-NG 
Nard, Nr-Di 
Nard'lne, Nr-Dn' 
Nar'gile, Nr-G-Li 
Narrate', Nr-TS, Nr-Td», 

Nrt2-NG 
Narra'tion, Nrshn' 
Nar'rative, Nr-Tv» 
Nar'ratively, Nr-T>-Vl 
Narra'tor, Nrtr» 
Nar'ratory, Nr-T'-B 
Nar'rify, N-B'-F 
Nar'row, (a.) TS-R\ N- 

Br». N-Bsti 
Nar'row, (n.) N-Bi, N-fl'- 

D, N-Bi-NG 
Nar'rowly, N-Bl' 
Nar'row-minded, N-7ei 

!Mn-Dd 
Nar'rownesa, N-B'-Ns 
Nar'rowa, N-Bz' 
Nar'row-aighted, N-Bsi- 

Td 
Nar'wal, Nr-Wl» 
Nar'whal, Nr-WU 
Na'sal, Nz-L" 
Nasal'ity,N-zLi-T 
Na'aalize, Nz-Lz^, Nz- 

LzdS, Nz-Lz!-NG 
Na'aally, N-Zis 
Naa'oency, Ns-N-S' 
Nas'oent, Ns>-Nt 
Nas'tUy, Ns-Ti-£ , 
Nas'tinesa, Ns-Ti-Jts 
Naatur'tium, Ns-Ts-B- 

SH-M 
Naatur'tion, Ns-T^-Bshn 
Naa'ty, Ns-Ti, Ns-Ti-B, 

Ns-Tsti 
Na'tal, Nt-LS 
Na'tant, N-Tnt8 
Nata'tion, N-Tshn' 
Natato'rial, N-T^-T-BI 



NAT 

Wa'tatory, N-Ts-T-iJ 
Watoh, N-CHi 
Uateh'-bone, N-CH> Bn 
Ifa'tes, K-TzS 
ITa'tion, Kshn» 
Ka'tionalj Nshn-£' 
Ifa'fioualiBm, Nsbn-^zi- 

M 
BTational'ity, Nshn-ii-T 
Ifationaliza'tlon, Nshn- 

Lzshifl 
B'a'tionalize, lTsbn-£z>, 

Nshn-izdi, Nshn-iz>-NG 
Wa'tionally, Nshn-ii 
Ha'tionalness, Nshn-£i- 

Ns 
Na'tive, Nt-V2 
Ua'tive-bom, Nt-V^-B- 

Rn 
Wa'tively, Nt-V^-i 
Ha'tiveness, Nt-V"-Ns 
ITa'tivism, Nt-VzS-M 
ITativ'ity, Nt-y3.x 
Ha'tron, N-Tm" 
Ifat'ty, N-T> 
ITat'ural, Nt-iJU 
Ifafuralism, Kt-RP-zM 
Ifat'uralist, Nt-ieisti 
Hataraliza'tion, Nt- 

RXzsKrfi 
Ifat'uralize, Nt-iZlz', Nt 

Blzds Nt-/Jl2i-NG 
BTat'urally, Nt-JZli 
STat'uralness, Nt-£U-Ns 
ITafure, Ntrs 
ITat'ured, Ntr-DS 
llfat'urist. N-cm-iist 
NauBht, Nti 
NaughVily, N-Ti-i 
Waught'iness, n-T'-Ns 
Haughfy, N-Ti, N-Tl-E, 

Jf-Tsti 
ITaus'oopy, Ns-K-pi 
Kau'sea, K-SH* 
Ifau'seate, K - SHti, N - 

SHl-Td, N-SHt'-NG 
lEfausea'tion, N-SHslm' 
Ifau'seous, N-SHsi 
DVau'seously, N-8Hs'-i 
KTau'seousness, K-SHs*- 

ITautoh, N-CHi 
ITau'tioal, Nti-Kl 
Wau'tilus, N-Ti-ig 
Wa'val, N-Vs-L 
Wave, N-ys 
BTa'vel, N-V^-I, 
ITa'vel-gall, N-VS-L-Gl 
Ifa'vel-string, N-V«-£s- 

Tr-JiG 
ITa'vew, N-Va 
Uavio'ular, N-V>-K1-B 
iravigabil'ity,, N-V».G- 

Bl-T (-Bit) 
BTav'lgable-y, H-V'-G-Bl 
Hay'lgableness, N'Vi-G- 

Bl-Ns [!Bb} 
ITav'igate, N-V»-G-T, N- 

V>-G-Ta,lir-V>-G-T-NG 
Kaviga'tioa, N-TS-Gshn 



176 

WaT'igator, N-Vi-Gtr 
Wav'vy, N-yi 
ITa'vy, N-ya 
Nay, N' 

Nazarene', Kz-iSnS 
Ifaz'arite, Nz-Bti 
Neap, N-I"! 

Neapol'itan, N-P>-i-Tn 
Near, (a.) Nrs, N-2ei«, 

Nrsta 
Near, (d.) Nr', Nrd', Nr»- 

NG 
Near'est, Nret» 
Nearly, N-B1» 
Near'nesB, Nr'-Na 
Near'-sightedf Krs'-Td 
Near'-aightediaess, Nrs^ 

-Td-Ns 
Neat, Nts, Ntr«„ N'TBta 

(NtstS) 
Neat'-herd, Nts-Hrd 
Neat'ly, Nt-X» 
Neat'ness, Kf-Ns 
Neat'ress, N-Trs' 
Neb, N-B" 
Neb'ula, N-BS-i 
Neb'ular,N-B2-i-R 
Nebulos'ity, If-B>-is-T 
Neb'ulouB, N-B2-is , 
Nec'essaries, Nss-Jiz' 
Necessa'rian, Nss-iln^ 
Nec'essarily, Nss-iil> 
Neo'essariness, Kes-B-- 

Nb 
Neo'essary, Nss-ie> 
Neoessita'riau, Nss-Ts- 

flu 
Neoes'sitate, Nss-Tt^, 

Nss-TS-Td, Nss-Tt(-)» 
Neoes'sitous, NeB-Ts> 
Neces'sitously, Nsb-T^- 

f,L 
Neoes'sitousneBs, Nss- 

Ts=-Nb 
Neoes'sity, Nss-T' 
Neck, N2-K 
Neek'-oloth, N^-K-Kl-TH 
Necked, N^-Et 
Neck'ercMet; N-Kr-CHfs 
Neck'lace, N-K-iss 
Neck'-mold, Iss-K-Mld 
Neck'itie, N^-K-T - 
Neorolog'io, N-Kr-Li- J-K 
Neorolog'ioal, N-Kr-i>- 

J-Kl 
Necrol'ogist, lf-Kr-£'- 

Jst 
Neorol'ogy, N-Kr-Z»-J 
Nec'romanoer, K - Er - 

Mns-R« 
Neo'romanoy, N-Kr-Mn- 

8' 
Neoroman'tic, H>-Kr- 

Mnt-E 
Necromau'tical, N-Er- 

Vnt-K-Li 
Necroman'tically, It ■ 

Er-Mnt-E-X> 
Neoroph'agous, N'-Erf- 

Gb 



NEG 

Neorop'olis, N-Kr-pi- 'a 
Necrosed', N^-Erst 
Necro'siB, N^Eraa 
Neo'tar, N^-Etr 
Necta'real, N-E-T»-H1 
Necta'rean, N-E-T^fin 
Necta'reoua, N-E-Ts-Bs 
Necta'rial, N-E-T8-K1 
Nectariferous, N-E-T=. 

m-Rs. 
Nec'tarine, N-K-T'-fln 
Necta'rium, N-K-T2-B-M 
Neo'tarous, N-Etr-S» 
Nectary, N-E-T«-S 
Nee (na), N» 
Need, N-D», N-Dd', lf-I>»- 

NG ( NdS, N-DdS, Ild»-NG) 
Need'er, N-Dr^ 
Need'ful-ly, N-DS-FI 
Need'fulnesB, N-D»-n- 

Ns [iFs] 
Need'ily, N-Da-X 
Need'iness, N-D>-Na 
Nee'dle, N-Dia 
Nee'dled, N-Dlda 
Nee'dleful, N-Dis-Fl 
Nee'dle-gun, N-Dis-Gn 
Need'lesB, N-D'-ia 
Need'lesBly, N-D'-is-Z 
Need'leasness, K-B^-Za- 

Na [;£s] 
Nee'dle-woman, N-Dis- 

W-Mn 
Nee'dle-work, N - Dl' - 

Wr-K 
Needs, N-Dz» (Ndz') 
Need'y, S-D' N-D«-B, N- 

Dsts 
Ne'er, S-W 
Nefa'rious, N-F>-iis 
Nefa'riouBly, N-Fs-K-si 
Nefa'riouraiess, N-F>-£a 

-Ns 
Nega'tion, NS-GKhn 
Neg'ative, NG-I'vs, N-G- 

TvdS, N-G-Tv2-KG 
Neg'atively, N-G-T^-Vl 
Negleof, N-Gl-K-Ts, N- 

Gl-E-Tda, N-G1-E-T«-NG 

[Na-G. K2-G!D, K2-G(-)] 
Neglect'er, NS-Gl-Etr 
Negleot'ftH-ly, N-Gl-E- 

T2-F1 [N-G-F12] 
Negligee', N-Gl-ZH' 
Negligence, N-Gl-Jns» 
Neg'ligent, N-Gl-Jnts 
Negligently, N-Gl-Jnt»- 

Xj 
Negotiabil'ity, N-G-SH^- 

Bl-T (-Bit) 

Nego'tiable, N-G-SH^-Bl 
Nego'tiate, N-G-SHts, N- 

G-SH8-Ta. K-G-SHta-NG 
Nego'tiated, N-G-SHS-Td 
Negotia'tlon, N - G - 

8Hslm3 
Nego'tiator, N-G-SHtr' 
Ne'gresB, N"-Grs 
Ne'gro, Ns-Gr 
Ne'gro-head, N'-Or-Hd 



NEG 

We'gus, N'-Gs 
Neil, N-ra 

Weigli, Na, N-D', N'-Na 
Helgh'bor, N - Br=, N 

Brd2. N-Br2-Na 
S'eigh'bortioocl, N-Br= 

Hd 
WeighTjoring, N-Br=-NG 
Ifeighliorlmess, N-Br=- 

L-Ha 
Weigh'borly, !I-BrS-i 
Uei'ther, Siin'or'- 
If em. con., N'-'-M-En 
ITern'oral, m-M-BV 
ITeog'raplay, N-Qr-pi 
Weolog'ie, N-ii-J-K 
Weolo'gian, N-i'-Jn 
Ifeolog'ioal-ly, N-i'-J- 

Kl 
Neorogism, N-i^-J-zM 
W eol'o^ist, N-ii-Jst 
ITeologiat'ioal, N - £■ - J - 

bT-KI 
Weol'ogize, N-ii-Jz 
ITeol'ogy, N-i>-J 
IS'e'ophyte, N-Fta 
ITeoter'io, N-T^-fl-K 
ITeoter'ioal, N-T^-ie-Kl 
IfeoplasVic, N-Pls»-T-K 
Ifeopla'tonisni, N-P12-T- 

Nz-M 
ITeora'ma, K-Ri-ltl 
Ifeozo'ic, N-Z'-E 
ITepen'the, N-P»-N-TH 
Kepen'thes, N-P^-N-THz 
ITeph'e-w, N-Fs 
Hephrit'io, N-Fr'-T-E 
ITeplirit'ioal, N-Frt»-El 
Ifep'otism, N-Ps-T-zM 
ITep'otist, N-P"-Tst 
Ifep'tune, N-P^-Tn 
ITeptu'nian, N-P'-Tn-N 
ITep'tunist, N-P»-T-Nst 
We'reid, N-S^-D 
ITerva'tion, Nr-Vslins 
Nerve, Nr-V», Nr-Vda, Si- 

V2-NG 
ITerve'less, Nr-Vs-ia 
ITerv'ine, Nr-VnS 
ITerv'ous, Nr-Vs' 
M'er'v-oualy, N-Vs-l 
ITerv'ousneBS, Nr-Vs^-Ns 
Wes'oienoe, N-SHns= 
Heat, Nsta 
West'-egg, Ns-T^-G [Ns2- 

West'le, Ns-L^, Ns-Ld2 

ITest'ling, Nb-L»-NG 
Ifesto'rian, Ns-T'-iJn 
Net, Nta, N-Tda, Nts-NO 
Wetli'er, Ndhrs 
ITeth'ermost, Ndlir'-Mst 
BTet'ting, Nta-NG 
Wet'tle, Nt-LS, Nt-Ld^, Nt- 

L2-NG 
Wet'tler, Nt-id?» 
Wet'tle-rash, m-V-B-SB 
Wet'-work, Nts-Wr-E 
STeu'ral, N-Bl> 

8* 



177 

ITeural'gia, N-BU-J 
Weurargio, K-aU-J-K 
Neurol'ogist, N-iiU- Jst 
ITeurol'ogy, N-iJU- J 
ITeurop'ter, N-fii-Ptr 
KTeurop'tera, N-a'-Pt-iJ 
Ifeurop'teral, N-iJ'-Ptr- 

L 
ITeurot'io, N-B^-T-E 
Weurot'omy, N-B<-T-M 
ITeu'ter, Ntr» 
Wea'tral, Nt-Bis 
BTeu'trality, Nt-BU-T 

(-Bit) 

Ueutraliza'tion, Nt 
BlzsAnS 

ITeu'tralize, Nt-Blz', Nt- 

Blzda, Nt-Blza-NG 
ITeu'tralizer, Nt-iJl'-Zr 
ITeu'trally, Nt-Bl" 
Wev'er, N-va-R [N-VS] 
Never-failing, N-VS-F- 

L-NG 
Nevertheless', N-V»-DH- 

Lb [N-Vts-is: 
Ne'ver-tiring, N-V'-T-B- 

NQ 
New, N^, wltb tick joined 
finally in direction of OH, 
N-R», N-St» 
New'-born, N»-B-Bn 
New'-ooined, N^-End 
NeW-oomer, N'-E-Mr 
New'el, N-L" 
New'-fabrioated, N=-F- 

Br-K-Td 
New'-fanoied, N'-F-Ns- 

D 
New'-fangled, N»-F-NG 

Gld 
New'-fashioned, N' 

Fshnd 
New'-found, N^-Fnd 
New'ing, N»-N& 
New'-invented, NS-N- 

V-N-Td 
New'ish, N-SH^ 
New'ly, N-Z» 
New'-made, N'-Md 
New'-model, NS-M-Dl 
New'ness, NS-Ns 
News, Nz" 
NewsTjoy, Nz-BS 
News'-dealer, Nz»-d-x-k 
News'monger, Nz^-M 
.pG-Gr 

ews'paper, Nz-PS-Pr 
News'-room, Nz'-R-M 
New'-style, Nes-t-L 
News'-render, Nz»-Vndr 
Newt, Nt» 

Newto'nian, N-Tn"-N 
New'-year, N»-Y 
New'-year's-day, N'-Tz- 

D 
New-Tork'er, N-Ti-B- 

Er [N-Yi-Kr] 
New-Zea'lander, N-Z^- 

£ndr 
Nez'ible, N-Es-Bis 



NIG 

Next, Ns-Kst [NstS] 
Nib, N-B3, N-Bd», N-B»- 

NG 
Nibbed, N-Bds 
Nrb'ble, N-B1», N-Bld», 

N-Bis-NG 
NIb'bler, N-Bis-R ■ 
Nice, Ns', Ns-Ri, Nss-T' 
Nice'ly, Ns-Li 
Ni'oene, Ns'-N 
Nice'ness, Nb'-Ns 
Nio'ety, Ns-T' 
Nich, N-CH» 
Niok, NS-E, N»-Et, N'-K- 

NG 
Niok'el, N'-EI 
Nickeliferous, N-El-FS- 

Bs 
Niek'naok, N»-E-N-E 
Niok'name, N'-K-N-M, 

N"-K-N-Md, N3-E-N-M- 

NG 
Nioo'tlan, N^-Eshn 
Nio'tate, N-E-Tt» 
Niota'tion, N-K-TsSn' 
Nio'titate, N-K-T^-T 
Nictita'tiou, K - E - T^- 

Tshn 
Nidamen'tal, N-D^-Mnt- 

L 
Nid'ificate, N-DP-Et, N- 

Df8-E-Td, K-D£3-Et-NG 
Nidiflca'tion, N - Dt' - 

Eshn 
Nid'ulate, N-D'-it, N-D» 

-£-Td, N-D«-£t-NQ 
Nidula'tion, N-D^-Zshn 
Ni'dus, N-Dsi 
Niece, Ns' 1 

Niel'lo, N-i2 
Nig'gard, W^-Grd 
Nig'gardisb, N-Grd-SH' 
Nig'gardliuess, N-Grd- 

Nig'gardly, N-Grd-£» 
Nig'ger, N»-Gr 
Nigh, m. N-Ri, N-St> 
Nigh'ness, Ni-Na 
Night, Nti 
Night'-brawler, Nti-Br- 

i-B 
Night'-oap, Nt>-E-P 
Night'-dew, Nt^-D 
Night'-fall, Nti-F-L 
Night'-are, Nt'-F-B 
Night'-gown, Nti-Gn 
Night'-hawk, Mt'-H-E 
Night'ingaJe, Ilt»-H-Gl 
Night'ly, Nt-£i 
Night'-man, Nti-Mn 
Night'mare, Nt'-Mr 
Night'-pieoe, Nti-Ps 
Night'-shade, Nt»-SHd 
Wight'-soil, Ntsi-L 
Night'-time, Nt'T-M 
Night'-vislon, Nt'-Vzhn 
Night'-walker, Nt'-W- 

Kr 
Night'-walking, Nt'-W- 

K-NG 



NIG 

Ifight'ward, m-Wrd' 
Wight'-wateh, Nti-w-CH 
Kight'-watoher, Nt>-W- 

CHr 
NigM'-witoh, mi-W-OH 
NigreB'cent, NS-Gra-Nt 
Nigrifloa'tion, N-Gr-Fs- 
. Eahn 

Ki'grine, N'-Grn 
Ifi'EiUsm, N'-Hlz-M 
irihil'ity, N-Hl-ia 
mil, 1J-L» 

ITilom'eter, N-£'-Mtr 
ITilot'io, N- >-T-K 
ITim'ble, N-M-BR N-M 

Bis-B, N-M-BlBt» 
Ifim'bleness, N-M-Bia- 

Ns [iBs] 
ITim'bly, N-M-Bl" 
ITim'bus, N-M-Bs» 
Kiu'compoop, NniP^-P 
Kine, Nu' 
mne'fold, Nn-Fi-Ld 
ITine'-holeB, N'-N- Hlz 
Ifine'pence, Nn-Fiisi 
ITine'-pins, Nn'-Pnz 
Wine'-soore, Nns'-K-R 
ITine'teen, N-N-Tn» (o?-:9) 
ITine'teenth, N-N-Tn' 

TH (or 19TH1) 
Kine'tieth, N-N-Ti-TH 

(or 90TH1) 
Wine'ty, N-N-Ti (or 90) 
Jffin'ny, N»-N 
HS'iii'ny-hainnier, No-N. 

H-Mr 
ITinth, N-N-THi (or 9TH1) 
ITinth'ly, N-N-THi-i (or 

9TH1-Z,) 
ITip, N-P', N-Pt», N-PS-NG 
INip'per, N-Pr> 
ITip'pers, N-Prz' 
Wlp'pingly, N-pa-NGl 
BTip'ple, N-P1» 
Wrsan, Nsi-N 
Wi'si, N-S> 
Wi'si-prius, N-S'-Prs 
Wit, Nta 

Hi'tenoy, N-Tni-S 
Wi'ter.Ntri 
Ifit'id, N-Td' 
Ni'trate, N-Trti 
Wi'ter, Ntri 
Ifi'trio, N-Tr'-K 
BTi'trify, Ntr-Pi 
Witrogen, Ntr-Jni 
Wi'trogenize, Htr-Jni-Z, 

Ntr-Jn'-Zd. Ntr- Jn'-Z-NG 

[Nti'-Jnzl, Htr-Jnzd>, Ntr- 

Jnzi-NG] 
mtrog'enous, Ntr- Ji-Ns 
Nitro-glyo'erine, Ntr-Gl 

ITitroinuriat'ic, K-Tr'-M- 

«t-K 
Witrose', N-Trs^ 
Wi'trous, N-Trsi 
Ui'try, N-Tri 
ITit'ty, N-Ts 
ZTiT'eoas, N-V»-S 



178 

liTo.Na 

IToa'cbian, N^-K-II 
Ifobil'ltate, N-B»-£-Tt 
BTobil'lty, N-B^-i-T (Bit) 
ITq'ble, N-Bl^, N-Bl^-E, 

N-Blsta 
Wo'ble-man, N-Bl^-Mn 
No'ble-ininded, N-Bl'- 

Mn-Dd 
Wo'bleress, N-Bl»-Ns 
MTo'blc -spirited, N-Bis- 

sPr-Td 
Noblesse', N-Blss 
BTo'bly, N-B12 
Wo'body, N-B2-D (or N- 

Bdi!) 
Wo'oake, N^-K-K 
ITo'oent, Hs^-St 
Ifoctambula'tion, N-Kt- 

M-Blstan!! 
IToctam'bulist, N-Kt-M- 

BlBtl 

ITootiT'agant, N-Kt-V»-G 

-Nt 
Noo'tograph, N-K-T>- 

Grf 
Noo'turn, N-K-T'-fin 
Wootur'nal, N-K-Trs-Nl 
Ifoc'uous, N-K-Si 
ISTod, N-DS N-Ddi, N-Di- 

ITo'dal, N-D1» 
ITo'dated, N-Ds-Td 
ITod'der, N-Dri 
Wod'dle.N-Dli 
ITod'dy, K-Di 
Node, N-D> 
Nodose', N-Ds' 
Wodos'ity, N-Da'-T 
No'dous, N-D6= 
Wod'alar, N-D'-i-E 
Nod'ule, N-Di-L 
KTog, Ni-G 
Nog'gin, Ni-Gn 
Nog'ging, Ni-G-NG 
Noise, Nzi, Hzd>, NzJ-NG 
Noise'less, Nz-Ls' 
Wois'ily, N-Zli 
Nois'inesB, N-Z^-Ns 
Noi'some, Ns'-M 
Noi'somely, Ns-M-i' 
Noi'someness, Ns^-M-Ns 
Nois'y, N-Zi, N-Zi-B, N- 

Zsti 
Nol'le prosequi, NIi- 

Prs-Kw 
Wom'ad, N-M-Di 
Nomad'io, N-M-Di-K 
Nom'adlsm, N-M-Di-zM 
Nom'adize, N-M-Dz' 
WomTsles, N-M-Blza 
Nom'bril, N-M-Bri-L 
Nome, Ks-M 
No'menolator, N^-M-N- 

Kltr 
No'menclature, N^-M- 

N-Kl-CHr 
Nom'inal-ly, N>-M-N1 
Nom'inalism, ll>-M-2Ilz- 

H 



NON 

Nom'inalist, N'-M-Nlst 
Nom'inate, N-M-N-T', 

N-M-N-Td>, N-M-N-TI- 

NG 
Nomina'tion, N- - M - 

Nshn 
Nom'inative, N-M-n-TtI 
Nom'inator, N'-M-Ntr 
Nominee', N«-M-N 
Nomog'raphy, N-U-Gr- 

Non'age, N-N-Ji 
Nonagena'riau, N-K-J^^- 

Nm 
Nonages'imal, N-N-J^ 

bM-L 
Non'agon, N'-N-Gn 
Non-appear'anoe, Nn - 

P'-Bds 
Non-assump'sit, Nn-S"- 

Ms-T 
Non-attend'ance, N-K- 

Tnds-Ns 
Nonce, Nns' 
Nonchalance', IT-N-SHi- 

Zna 
Nonchalant'.N-N-SH'-l^ 
Non-commis'sioned, 

NnlSHnd". See Com. 
Nou-oommit'tal, NniTS 

■h 
Non-commu'nion, Nn 

:Nns 
Non-compli'ance, Nn 

!Plns> 
Non-comply'ing, Nn 

!Pli-NG 
Nou com'pos, Nu iPs' 
Non com'pos mentis, 

NnlPi-sMn-Ts 
Non-oonolud'ing, Nn 

IKld'-NG 
Non-concur', Nn !Kr2 
Non-concur'rence, Nq 

iKms« 
Non-oonduct'ing, Nn 

'.D2-Kt-NG 
Non-conduc'tion, Nn 

iD'-KBbn 
Nou-oonduot'or, Nn 

1D2-Ktr 
Non-oonform'ist, Nn 

iPi-B-Mst 
Non-form'ity, NniF'-E- 

M-T [Nn !r'-T] 
Non-30nta'gious, Nn 

! T2- Jb 
Non-conta'giousness, 

NniTS-jB-Ns 
Non-content', Nn !Tnt« 
Non-contrib'uting, Nn 

iTr»-Bt(-) 
Non - contempora ' ne- 

ous, Nn!T»-M-Pr-NB 
Non-deliv'ery, N-N-Dis- 

Vr [N-N-DIS] 
Non-deposi'tion, N-N- 

D'-PzsSn 
Non'deacTipt, N-N-Db»- 

Kr-Pt 



NON 

Kon-devel'opment, N- 

N-D2-Yl-P-Mnt [N-N-Dv! 

-P-Mnt] 
Kon-diSoov'ery, N - N - 

V-sKv-B 
ITone, Nn' 

Ifon-eleot', Nn-i^-K-T 
ITon-elec'tric, Nn-i'J-K- 

Tr-K 
Ifoii-eiapliat'ic, Nn - M ■ 

Fi-T-K 
Wonen'tity, N-N-Nt-T» 
Wones, Nn^2 
Ifon-esential, N-N-S^-N- 

SHl [N-N-Sn2] 
Hone'such, N-Ns-CHS 
Ifon-excomtuu'nica- 

ble, Kn-Ks!N-K-Bl» 
ITon-exeou'tioii, Nn' - 

Ks-Kshn __e__=> 

ITon-exist'enoe, Nn-Kss- 

Tns3 
Won-exist'ent, Nn-Kss- 

Tnt» 
BTon-exporta'tion, Nn- 

Ks-pa-H-Tshn 
Ifon-exteu'sile, Nn-Ks- 

T2-NS-L 
ITon-fea'sanoe, K-N-Fz'- 

Ns 
Ifon-fumU'ment, Kn 

iFls-F-L-Mnt 
IfoniU'ion, N-N-LnS 
I9'ou-iiuporta''tiou, Nn- 

M-Pr=-Tshn 
IfQn-join'der, N-N-Jndr' 
Ifonju'rant, N-N-ja-Knt 
Non-iur'ing, N-N-J«-iJ- 

NG 
ITon-ju'ror, N-N- J'-iJ-ie 
ITon-li'ciuet, Nn-Li-Kwt 
ITon-malig'Baut, W ■ N 

MPO-Nnt 
ITon-manufao'turlng, 

Nn-M-N-Fi-Ktr-NG [-F- 

Ivon-mem'ber, Nn-M-M- 

Brs 
Ifon-meni'berslilp, Nn- 

M-M-BrS-iSSr-P [Nn=-M 

!SH] 
Won-metariic, Nn-Mt- 

Ifon-nat'urals, Nn-Nt- 

iTou'ny, Ni-N 
JVon-obserr'auce, Nn- 

BS-zB-Vns 
If onpareir, Nn-ps-Tei 
Uon-pay'meiit, Nn-pa- 

Mnt 
Ifon-perfona'ance, K-N 

-Pr>-Fr-Mns [-Pr-Fs] 
Won'plus, N-N-Pls> 
ITon-ponderos'ity, N-N- 

Pndri-S-T (-St) 
ITou-pon'derous, N - N - 

Pndri-S 



179 

ITon-profes'sional, N-N- 

Pr«-Fslm-i 
Won-profl'oienoy, N-N- 

Pri-Fshn-S 
Hon-profl'oient, S - N - 

Prs-Fshnt 
ITon'-pros, N-N-Prs", N-N 

-Prsti, N-N-Prsi-NG 
Won-re'gent, Nn-B»-Jnt 
Non-rendi'tion, Nn-fl"- 

N-Dshn 
K'ou-resem'blauce, Nq 

Kza-M-Blns 
Ifon-res'idence, Nn-iEzS 

Dns 
ITon-resist'anoe, Nn - 

i:zs3-Tns 
IJfon-Tesist'ant, Nn-iizs^ 

Tnt 
Won-sane', N^-Ns-N 
Hon'sense, N'-Ns-Ns 
Ifonsens'ical-ly, N^-Ns- 

Ns-Kl 
B'onsens'icalness, K^-Ns 

-Ns-Kl-Ns 
If on-sens'itiTe, N-Ns-Ns- 

Tva 
ITon-seq'uitur, N" - Ns - 

Kwtr 
ITon-slavelioldinB, Nn 

!si!-V-Hia(-) 
ITon-solu'tiou, Nn 



NOT 



ITon'suit, N-Ns-Ti, N-Ns- 

Tdi, li-Ns-Ti-NG 
Won-us'er, N-N-Y'-Zr 
Woo'dle, N-ri» 
Hook, N»-K 
Nool'ogy, N-Z'-J 
Ifoon, Nn3 
Hoon'day, N-N-D' 
Ifoon'mg, Nn»-NG 
Noou'tide, N-N-Tds 
If cose, (TC.) Ns' 
Uoose, (».) Nz», Nzds, Nz»- 

NG 
Ifo'pal, N-P1« 
Wor, Nri 
Iforin, Nr'-M 
Hor'mal, Nri-Ml 
BTor'mal-sohool, Nr»-Ml- 

sE-L. 
Ifor'inan, Nr'-Mn 
Ifoms, Nrnz' 
Uor'roy, N-iJi 
Worse, Nrsi 
Iforse'man, ITrs^-Mn 
BTorth, Nr-TH> 
North-east', Nr-THsti 
Iforth-east'er, Nr-THstri 
If orth-east'erly, Nr - 

THstri-i 
Iforth-east'em, Nr- 

THsti-fln 
Iforth'er, Nrdlir> 
Ifor'therliness, Nrdhr- 

i>-Ns 
Iforth'erly, Nrdhr-ii 



JSfon-produo'tion, N-N- Iforth'em, Nrdhr'-N 



Pis-D-Eslm 



If orth'eruer, Nrdhri-Nr 



Iforth'emly, Nrdhr'-Nl 
If orth'emmoBt, Nrdhr'- 

N-Mst 
If orth'ing, Nr-DH"-NG 
Iforth'man, Nr-TH'-Mn 
Iforth'most, Nr-THi-Mst 
Iforth'-star, Nr-THs'-T- 

li 
If orth'ward, Nr - TH' - 

Wrd or Nr'-Rd 
Iforth'wards, Nr-THi- 

Wrdz 
Iforth'wardly, Nr-TH'- 

Wrd-Z 
If orth'-west, Nr-TH'-Wst 

or Nri-Wst 
Iforth-west'er, Nr-TH'- 
- Watr or Kr'-Wstr 
If orth-west'erly, Nr - 

THi-Ws-Tr-i or Nr'-Ws- 

Ti-L 
Jforth-west'ern, Nr-TH> 

■Ws-Tm 
Iforth'-wind, Nr-THi- 

Wnd 
If orwe'gian, Nr-wJna 
Ifose, Nz2, Nzd", Hzs-NG 
Ifose'bleed, Nz-Blds 
If ose'gay, Nz^-G 
If ose'less, Nz-Ls^ 
Ifos'le, N-Z1» 
Ifosocom'ical, Ns'-E-M- 

Kl 

If osog'raphy, N-sGr-F' 
Ifosolog'ical, Nsii-J-Kl 
Ifoaol'ogist, N-Bi'-Jst 
If osol'ogy, N-s£i-J 
Ifostal'gia, Ns-T'-i-J 
Ifostal'gio, Ns-Ti-JS-J-K 
If os'tril, N-sTfi-L 
Ifos'trum, N-BTr>-M 
Ifot, Nti, and by the n- 

hook and halving prin- 
ciple combined, as in: 
Are not, Rnt^ 
Had not, Dnt^ 
Be not. Bnt' 
Do not, Dnt> 
Did not, Dnta 
May not. Mnt2 
If otabil'ity, Nt-Bia-T 
Ifot'able-y, Nt-Bis 
Ifot'ableness, Nt-Bl^-Ns 

[Nt iBs2] 
If ota'rial-ly, N-T^-Bi 
If o'tary, N-T^-B 
Ifo'tary-publio, N-T^-iS- 

P-B-irK [-P-B1 

Ifota'tion, N-Tshn^ 

If oteh, N-CHi, N-CHt', N- 

CH'-NG 
If ote, Nt2, N-xaa, Nt2-NG 
Ifote'-book, Nt!-B-K 
If ot'ed, N-Td2 
If ot'edly, N-Tfls-L 
If ot'edness, N-Td'-Ns 
If ote'less, Nt-isa 
If ote'lessness, Nt-iss-Ns 
If ot'er, Nbra 
Notes, Ntsa 



NOT 

Wote'-taking, Nta-T-K 

N& 
. Note'worthy, Nt - Wrs 

DH 
IToth'ing, N-TH2-NG 
Noth'inguesB, N - TH! 

NG-Ns 
Wo'tiee, N-Tss, N-Tsts, N 

TsS-NO 
TTo'ticeable-y, N-Te^-Bl 
Notiflca'tion, St-'F'- 

Eslm 
Wo'tify, Nt-ra, Nt-Fd», 

Nt-F2-NG 
Wofing, Nta-NG 
Wo'tion, Nshn« 
No'tional-ly, Kshn-is 
Wo'tionist, Nshn^-St 
Wotari'ety, N-T'-«-T 
Noto'rious, N-T=-/Jb 
Woto'riously,' N-T^-B-si; 
IToto'riousness, K-Ta-Bs- 

Ns 
Not-nrlthstand'ing, Nt 

■wDHsi-Tna-NG [Nt- 

DHsi-Tnd] 
If ought, KH 
Noun, Nni 
Wour'iBh, Nr-SH», Nr- 

SHts. Nr-SHi.NG 
Ifour'iBhable, Nr-SH«- 

Bl 
Wourish'er, Hr-SHr' 
Nourishment, Nr-SH'- 

Mnt 
Nous, Ns> 
WoTa'tion, N-Velin' 
If OT'el, N-Vi-L 
BTovelette', H-Y'-Lt 
NoT'ellsm, N-V'-iz-M 
Nov'elist, N-V>-iBt 
Nov'elty, N-V'-£-T (Lt) 
WoTem'ber, N-V^-M-Br 

JN.VS] 
Wov'enary, N-Vn'-K 
Noven'nial, N-vs-Nl 
NoTer'oal, N-vs-B-Kl 
NoT'ice, N-Vb' 
Novi'tiate, N-V'SHt 
Now, N>, with tick joined 

finally in the direction of 

the stem T. 
Now'aday s, N-Dz* 
No'way, N-W- 
No'ways, N-Wzs 
No'whero, N-wa-B m'-B] 
No'wise, N-Wz2 
Nox'ious, N-K-SHs' 
Nox'iously, N-KSHsi-i 
Nox'iousness, N-K-SHs'- 

Mb 
No'yau, N-Y^ 
Noz'zle, N-zn 
Nub'bin, N-BnS 
NubiferouB, N-BP-Bs 
Nu-bile, N-Ba-L 
Nubil'ity, N«B»-£-T 
Nuciferous, Ha-V Kb 
Nu'oleate, N-K1-T» 
Nu'olei, N8-K1 



180 

Nuole'iform, N-Kl-F'-E- 

M 
Nu'cleus, N>-ElB 
Nuda'tiou, N-DslmS 
Nude, N-D3 
Nudge, N-ja, N-Jd^, N-J2- 

NG 
Nudi'ty, N-D8-1? 
Nugac'ity, N-Gs-T' 
Nu'gatory, N-G-T»-iS 
Nu^'get, S'-Qt 
Nui'sance, Ns^-Ks 
Null, Nis 
NuUifloa'tion, Kl-Fs- 

Eehn 
Nul'lifled, m-Fd*^ 
Nul'llfler, Nl-Fs-B 
Nul'lify, .Nl-FS Nl-rd> 

N1-F2-MG 
Nul'lity, Nl-T« 
Numb, N2-M, N2-Md, N2- 

M-NG 
Num'ber, N-M-BrS, N-M 

BrdS. N-M-Br^-NG [BrS, 

Brd2. Br(-)''] 
NumTjerer, N-M-Br»-E 
Num'berless, N-M-Br'- 

is [Br2-is] 
Num'bers, N-M Brz« 
NumVing, N^-M-KG 
Num'bles, N-M-Blz" ' 
Numb'ness, N'-mns 
Nu'merable, N-Mr Bia 
Nu'meral, N-Mr-Ls 
Nu'merally, N-Mr-i' 
Nu'merary, NMr-BS 
Nu'merate, N'-Mit, K-Mr 

-Td3, N-Mrt(-)' 
Numera'tion, N'-MrBhn 
Nu'merator, N^-Mrtr 
Numer'ie, N'-Mr-K 
Numer'ical-ly, N>-Mr- 

EI 
Nu'merous, N'-Mrs 
Nu'merously, N-Mrs-i' 
Nu'merousness, N'-Mrs- 

Ns 
NumismafiCi Ni-Ms-Mt- 

E 
Numismat'ioal, N>-Ms- 

Mt-Kl. 
Numismat'ics, N* - Ms - 

Mt-Es 
Numismatd'ogist, N - 

Ms-Mt-Z.i-Jst 
Numismatorogy, N-Ms- 

Mt-ii-J 
Num'mary, N-M-ija 
Num'mular, N-M-i>-B 
Num'mulary, TS-li-L'-B 
Num'mulite, S-M-LV 
Num'skuU, N-Ms-E-L< 
Nun, Nn2 

Nun'ohion, N'-Nshn 
Nun'cio, tm-SH' 
Nun'cupate Nn-E-Pts 
Nun'cupative, Nn-E- 

Pts-V 
Nuncupa'tion, Xn - E - 

Pshn3 



NY8 

Nun'oupatory, ' Nn-K 

Pt»-« 
Nun'dinal, N-N-D^-Ni 
Nun'dinary, N-N-D^-Hr 
Nun'nery, Nn-ss 
Nun'nlshness, N-N-SH^- 

Ns 
Nup'tial, N-P2-SH1 
Nup'tiala, N-ps-SHlz 
Nurse, Nrs", Nrsf!, Nrs^- 

NG 
Nura'er, Nrs-R* 
Nurs'ery, Nrs-fis 
Nurs'ery-man, Nrs-fl>. 

Mn 
Nurs'ing, Nrs'-NG 
Nursling, Nrs-LS-NG 
Nurt'ure, Nrtr= Nr- 

CHrd!. Nrtr2-NG 
Nut, Nt!!, N-Td!--, Nts-NG 
Nu'tant, N-Tnt3 
Nuta'tion, N-Tshn* 
Nut'-breaker, Ht^Br-Kr 
Nut'-brown, Nt^Bm 
Nut'-eracker, Nt^-Er-Kr 
Nut'-eall, Ntz-G-L 
Nut'-hatch, N-T2-H-CH 
Nut'-hook, N-T2-H-K 
Nufmeg, N-T^M-G 
Nu'tria, N-Tr^ 
Nu'trient, N-Tr»-N-T 
Nu'triment, N-Tra-Mnt 
Nutriment'al, N-Tr«- 

Mnt-£ [<Mnt3 
Nutrl'tion, N-Trshn' 
Nutri'tious, N-Ti-^-SSs 
Nutri'tiously, N-Tr^-SHs 

Nu'tritivs, N-TrS-Tv 
Nu'tritively, N-Tr«-T-Vl 
Nu'tritiveness, N - Tr^ - 

Tv-Ns 
Nut'shell, Nt-SHls 
Nut'tallite, N-T^-it 
Nut'ting, Nts-NG 
Nut'-tree, Nts-Tr 
Nux vom'ica, N^ - Es - V 

M-K 
Nuz'zle, N-Z13, N-Zld2 N- 

Z12.NG 
Nyotalo'pia, N-E-TS-i-P 
Nyo'talops, N-E-T^-i-Ps 
Nyctal'opy, N-E-T'-i-P 
Nye, Ni 

Nyl'ghau, N-L»-G 
Nymph, N-M-FS 
Nymph'a, N-M-FS 
Nymph'ai, N-M-Fl' 
Nymphe'an, N-M-Fn' 
Nymph'ioal, N-M-Fs-El 
Nymphip'arous, N - M - 

FS-Prs 
Nymph'ish, NM-F'-STT 
Nymph'-like, N-M-F'-/.- 

E 
Nymphly, N-M-FI' 
Nymphoma'nia, N - M - 

FS-M-N 
Nys'sa, N-S» 
Nystag'mus, Ns-T»-G-Ms 



o. 



O, the fifteenthletterof the 
Alphabet, is used to repre- 
sent six distinct Towel- 
spunds, as heard in note, 
not, done, form, move, wolf. 
The sounds are written in 
Phonography as follows: 

o in note — heavy second 
place dash. 

o In not— light first place 
dash, 

o in done — light second 
place dash. ' \, 

o in or — heavy first pla^e 
dash. 

o in move — heavy third 
place dash. 

o in wolf— light third 
place dash. * 

Oo^ in the same syllable^ 
generally has the soimd 
represented-' by the heavy 
third place dash, a^ in 
boot, or by the light third 
place dash, as in- foot. In 
door, flobr^ etc., oo has the 
sonnd of o. 
O (interj,), by the Towel- 

sign for o in the second 

position, with direction 

of J. 
Oaf,F2 

Oafish, V-SB 
Oak, K' 

Oak'-apple, E^-Pl 
Oak'-bark, Ks-B-B-K 
Oak'eu, En> 
Oakling, K-L'-sa 
Oak'-opening, K^-Pn-NG 
Oak'um, K'-M 
Oak'y, K> 
Oar, ES, Ed», E'-NG 
Oars'man, Bz'-KIn 

O'asis, oStfl 
Oast, st> 
Oat, TS 

Oat'-oake, T'-k-k 
Oat'en, Tn^ 
Oath, THS 
Oat'-malt,TS-M-Zt 
Oat'-meal, T'-U-L 
Obbliga'to, Bl'-G-T 
Ob'dupacy,-Bdi-i?-S 
Ob'durate, S6}-Bt 
Ob'durately, Bd>-Bt-L 
Ob'durateiieas, Bd'-st 

Ns 
Obdura'tiou, Bd«-Sshn 
OOjeah, Blaii 
Obe'dience, B'-Dns 
Obe'dient, BS-Dnt 
Obe'dientiy, Bs-Dnt-L 



181 

Obei'sance, Bs'-Ks 
Obei'sant, Bs^Nt 
Obelis'cal, B>-£s-K-L 
Ob'elisk, B^-La-K 
Obese', Bs> 
Obese'ness, Es^Ns 
Obes'ity, Bs=-T 
Obey, Bs, Bd', B«-NG 
Obey'er, B»-E 
Obfus'cate, B^-Fs-Kt, S^- 

Fs-K-Td, BS-Fs-Kt-NG 
Obfusca'tion, B» - Fs - 

Sshn 
OTjI, 6B» 
Ob'it, BBti 
Ob'iter, 6Btr> 
Obit'ual,oBt2-L 
Obifuaiy, Bt^-iB 
Ob'jeot, (n.) B'-J-Kt [B'l 
Object', («.) Bs-J-Kt, Bs- 

J-K-Td, B!l-J-Kt-NG [B», 

B!!!D, B(-W 
Ob'ject-glass, Bi^J-Kt- 

Gls [BJ-Gls] 
Objec'tion, Bs-J-Eshn 

tBshn2] 
Objeo'tionable, B«-J- 

Eshn-B-L [Bshni-B-I,] 
Objeet'ive, B«-J-K:t-v [Bs 

^'•"^^ 

Objeot'ively, B«-J-Kt-v- 

£ [BSiVl] 

Object'iTeness, B'-J-Et 

V-Ns CB»!Vs] 
Objectiv'ity, B>-J-Et- V-T 

[BS!V-T1 
Objectless, B'-J-Et-Xs 
Object'or, B^-J-Etr CBS- 

Jtr] 
Objur'gate, B»-Jr-Gt B»- 

Jr-G-Td. BS-Jr-Qt-HG 
Obinrga'tion, 'B>- j>a8hn 
Objurgatory, B'-Jr-G-T- 

R 
Oblate', B»-it 
Oblate'uess, B9-£t-Ns 
Obla'tion, B>-£shn 
Obligate, Bl'-Gt, Bli-G- 

Td, Bli-Gt-NG 
Obliga'tion. Bl«-Gshn 
Obliga'to, Bli-G-T 
Ob'ligatory, BU-G-T-S 
Oblige', Bli-J, Bli Jd, Bl»- 

J-NG 
Obligee', Bl-J» 
Obli'ger, Bli-Jr 
Obli'ging, BliJ-NG 
Obli'gingly, Bl' J-NGl 
Obligor', Bl»-Gtr 
Oblique', B'-Z-K, S'-Zr- 

E-T, B»-i-E-NG 
ObUque'-angled, B« - Z - 

E-NGld 
Obliqueay, BS-Z-Kl 
Oblique'uess, B'-Z-E-Ks 
Obliq'uity, B"-i-Ew-T 
ObUt'erate, Bs-Z-Trt, BS- 

i-Tr-Td, BS-/,-Trt(-) 
Oblitera'tion, B^-Z- 

Trshn 



OBB 

Obliv'ion, B'-Z-Vn 
Oblir'ious, B»-Z-Vs 
Obliv'iously, B'-Z-Vs-L 
ObliT'iousness, B^Z-Ts- 

Ks 
Ob'long, B«-Z KG 
Ob'longish, Bi-Z-NG-SH 
Ob'longly, B^-Z-NGl 
Ob'longness, B'-Z-NG- 

Ns 
OVloqUy, B'-Z-Kw , 
Obnox'ious, Bi-N-E-SHs 
Obnox'iously, B'-N-K- 

SHs-Z 
Obuoz'iousueES, B'-N- 

E-SHs-Ns 
O'boe, oB» 
Ob'ole, fiBi-L 
OVolize, fiBi-Zz 
Ob'olus, aB'-Zs 
Obo'vate, B~Vt 
Obrep'tion, B»-K-PBhn 
Obrepti'tious, B»-ie-P-T- 

SHa 
Obscene', Bs'N 
Obsoene'ly, Bs"-Nl 
Obscene'ness, Bs^-N-Ks 
Obscen'ity, Bs^-N-T 
Obscura'taon, Bs^Ershn 
Obscure', Bs»-Er, Bss- 

Erd, Bsa-Er-NG 
Obsoure'ly, Bs'-Et-Z 
Obscure'nesB, Bs"-Er-Ns 
Obsou'rity, Bs'-Er-T 
Ob'secrate, Es>-Ert, Bs'- 

Er-Td, Bs'-Ert-NG 
Obsecra'tion, Bs'-Ershn 
Ob'sequies, Bs'-Ewz 
Obse'qulous, Bs^-Ew-S 
Obse'quiously, Bs^-Ew- 

Sl 
Obsequiousness, Bs>- 

Ews-Ns 
Ob'sequy, Bs>-Ew 
Obserr'able-y, B"-za-V- 

Bl 
Obsery'ance, B'-zB-Yns 
Obserran'da, Bi - zB - V - 

N-D 
Obsenran'dum, Bi-zR- 

Vnd-M 
ObserT'ont, BS-zB-Vnt 
Obserra'tion, B'-zie- 

Vshn [B2-zieshn] 
Ob'servator, Bi-zB-Vtr 
Observ^atory, B!!-z«-V-T- 

B 

Observe', Bs-zBv, B=- 

zHvd, B2-zBt(0 
Observer, B'-xBv-B 
Observ'ing, B2-zfiv{-) 
Observ'ingly, Bs-zfl-V- 

NGl 
Obsess', Bss° 
Obsessed', Bsss-T 
Obses'siou, Sathn' 
Obsid'iau, Bs'-Dn 
Obsid'ional, Bso-D-Kl 
Obsoles'cence, B>-bZs- 

Ms 



OBS 

Obsoles'cent, B'-BXs-Nt 
Ob'BOlete, Bi-s£t. Vocal- 
ized to dlBtingiiisli It from 

A1)aoZute, 
Ob'soleteneBB, B>-&Lt-Ns 
Ob'stacle, Bsi-T-El • 
Obstet'Tic, BE<-Tt-ii-E 
Obstet'riOBl, B8<-Tt-£-EI 
Obstetri'tion, Be'-Tt- 

SBhn 
ObstefrioB, Bs«-Tt.jB-KB 
Ob'stinaoy, Bsi-T-N-8 
Ob'Btinate, Bsi-T-N-T 
Ob'stinately, Bs>-T-Jl-T- 

£i 
Obstipa'tion, Bs'-T-PBlm 
Obstrep'eroua, Bs-slr- 

Prs 
Obstrep'erously, B"-sTr- 

Pr-Bi; 
ObBtrep'erouBnesB, E>- 

BTr-Prs-Ns 
ObBtric'tion, B' - sTr 

EshQ 
ObsTuct', Bs-BTr-Et, B»- 

BTr-E-Td, B«-BTr-Et-NG 
Obstructed, BS-sTr-E-Id 
Obstrucfer, B»-BTr-Etr 
ObBtruc'tion, B' - sir ■ 

Eeho 
Obstruct'ive, B>-8TT-Et' 

V 
Ob'struent, Bi-sTr-N-T 
Obtain'', B^-Tn, B>-Tnd, 

BS-Tn-NG 
Obtain'able, Bs-Tn-B(-L) 
Obtain'er, BS-T-Nr 
Obtain'ment, B'-T-H- 

Mnt [BO-I-Mnt] 
Obtest', BVTst, B9-T8-Td, 

B'-Tst-NG 
Obteata'tion, BS-Ts-TbIiii 
Ob'trude, B3-Trd, B»-Tr 

•Dd, B»-TrdC) 
Obtrud'er, BS-Tr-Dr 
Obtru'sion, B^-Trzlm 
Obtru'sive, Bs-Tib- V 
Obtru'sively, B»-Trs-Vl 
Obtund', B2-Tnd 
Obtuse', B8-TB, B8-T-BK, 

B»-TsB-T 
Obtuse'-angled, Bi-Ts- 

NG-Gld £Ba.Ts-NGld] 
Obtuse'ly, bs-t-bZ 
Obtuse'neas, B'-Tb-Ns 
Obtu'sion, Ba-Tshn 
Obum'brate, B"-M-Brt 
Obumbra'tion, B> - M - 

Brshn 
Obverse', Bs-Vrs 
Obverse'ly, Ba-Trs-Ii 
Obvert', BS-Vrt, B»-Vt- 

Td, BS-Vrt-NG 
Ob'viate, Bi-Vt, Bi-V-Td, 

B'-Vt-NG 
Obvia'tion, B>-VBhn 
Ob'vious, BI-Vb 
Ob'vJonsiy, B>-Vb-L 
Ob'viousneBS, BI-Vb-Xb 
Ob'volute, Bi-T-£t 



Ob'voluted, B>-y.i-Td 
Occa'sion, Ezbn', 

Ezhnd!>;~3zlin«-NG 
Occa'sional-ly, Kzbn-L' 
Occa'sioner, Kzbn-ss 
Occa'sive, Ez-V» 
Oc'cident, Es-Dnti 
Occident'al, EB-Dnt^-L 
Oqcip'ital, EB-Pt»-L 
Oo'oiput, Ks-Pl> 
Oc'clusion, Elzbn' 
Occult', E-Lts 
Occulta 'tion, El-TBhn' 
Occult'ness, K-LV-ISb 
Oc'cupancy, E-Pui-S 
Oc'cupant, E-Pnt' 
Occupa'tion, E-Pslm< 
Oc'cupied, E-Pdi 
Oo'cupier, E-Pi-B 
Oo'oupy, E-Pi, E-Pd«, E 

Pi-NG. Vocalized with i 

to distingmsh it from 

Ci^y, etc. 
Occur', Er», Erds, EpS-NG 
Occur'rence, Ems' 
O'cean, SHni 
Ocean'ic, SH^-N-E 
O'cellated, S'-L-li 
O'oelot, B'-Lt 
O'oher or O'ohre, Er» 
O'cherous, Er-B« 
O'chery, Er» 
Oohloc'raoy, E-Li-Er-S 
Ochlocrat'ic, E-£'-Er-T- 

E 
Ochlocrat'ical, E-X'-Ert- 

El 
O'chrey, Er« 
O'ora, Er« 
Oc'tagon. E-T>-Gn 
Octag'onal, E-T'-G-Nl 
Octabe'dral, E-Ts-Hd-Bl 
Octahe'dron, E-T^-Ed- 

Bn 
Octan'dria, E-T>-N-Dr 
Octan'gular, Et-NG-GI- 

B' 
Oc'tant, E-Tntl 
Oc'tave, Et-yi 
Octa'vo, Et-v> 
Octen'nial, E-Ta-Nl 
Oc'tile, Et-Li 
Octill'ion. K-T'-Ln 
Octo'ber, Et-Br« 
Octodec'lmo, Et-D'-sM 
Octogena'Tiau, Et - js - 

Nrn 
Octog'enary, Et-J»-Nr 
Oo'topod, E-T>-Pd 
Octoroon', S.-I'-Sa 
Oo'tostyle, E-T»-sT-L 
Ootosyllab'ic, K-T^sL- 

BE 
Octosyllab'ioal, E-T>- 

8£-B-El 
Ootosyl'lable, E-TS-b£- 

Bl 
Oetpoi', E-Tri 
octuple, E-T'-Pl 
Oc'ular, E-£ri 



OF 

Oo'ularly, E-£r'-Z 
Oc'ulii'orm, E-i'-r-E-M 
Oc'uUst, E-Zsti 
Od, DiorS 

O'dalisque, V-Lb-K 
Odd, D>. Dri, Dsti 
Odd'-fellow, D'-n 
Odd'ity, D>-T 
Odday, D'-i 
Odd'nesb, D'-Ns 
Odds, Dzi 
Ode, D» 1 
Ode'on, D'-N 
Od'io, D«or'-E 
O'dious, D>-S 
O'diouBly, D2-81 
O'diousness, Ds'-Nb 
O'dium, D'-M 
Odom'eter, D'-Mtr 
Odontal'gia, Dn'-T-Z-J 
Odontal'gic, Vn^-T-L-3- 

E 
Odontal'gy, Dn'-T-i-J 
Odont'oid, Dn>-Td 
Odontol'ogy, Dni-T-i- J 
Od'or, Dr» 
O'dorant, Dr»-N-T 
Odoriferous, ViP-Es 
Odoriferousness, Dit'- 

iis-NB 
0'dorless,I)r«-£s 
O'dorouB, Dt»-8 
O'dyle, D2-L 
Od'yssey, Di-S 
O'er, B« 

iVbfe. — For wordB com- 
meBcing witli (E see the 
same under E, 
Of (OT), Is IndlcAied as 

follows: 

1. By V», which is nsed— 

a. When <^ begins a sen- 
tenceorline; 

b. Always instead of 
proximity before words 
beginning with com- or 
ctm-, and 

c. Generally before words 
that may be written by 
any hook, modification or 
attachment of V : thus, 

Of all. VH 
Of all their, Vldhri 
Of all the. Vlti 
Of onr, Vr' 
Of an, Vn< 
Of another. Vndhr' 
Of their, Vdhri 
Of it or the, Vt» 
Of its, VtB» 
Of his, Vz> 

Of a, Y> with the a- 
tick. 

2. By the v-hook; thns: 
Part of, Pyi 
Out of, Tvi 
Charge of. CHv> 
Which of CHvi 
Each of, CHv3 
Back of, B>-Et 



OFF 

3. By proximity— that iB, 
by omitting the qf and 
writing the two words be 
tween which it occurs near 
each other. Proximity 
should not be used when 
one or both of the adjoin- 
ing words are written with 
a dot, tick or circle sign. 
In general, it should not 
bo employed when it will 
occasion the slightest in- 
distinctness, when In 
doubt use the stem V. 
Off,r> 

Off-out, Fi-K-T 
Offal, FU 
Offence', Fns' 
Offend', Fnd«, ra-N-M, 

FndS-NG 
Offend'er, Fndr« 
Offense', Fus^ 
Offen'sive, F^-Ns-V 
Offen'sively, F^-Ns-V-L 
Offbn'sireneas, F^-Ns-V- 

Ns 
Of fer, Fr>, Frdi, Fri-Sa 
Of ferable, Fr'-Bl 
Offerer, Fr»-B 
Offering, Fr'-NG 
Of ferJSry, Fri-T-B 
Off-hand, Fi-Bnd 
Office, F8> 
Officer, Fs'-B 
Officered, Fs'-Kd 
Offl'cial, F»-SH1 
■ Offl'oially, Fs-Sfll 

Offl'ciate, F«-Sat, V^-Sa- 
Td, FS-SHt-NG 

Officinal, Fsi!-N-I. 

Offl'cious, V-SHb 

Offl'oioualy, V'-SBa-L 

Offl'ciousness,F«-5Ss-Ns 

Offing, Fi-NG 

Offish, Fi-SH 

Offsoouring, Fs'-E-R- 
. NO 

Offscum, Fsi-K-M 

Offset, (n.) Fs>-T 

Ofbet' or Offset, (v.) 
F8«ori-T, Fs*ori-T-NG 

Offshoot, Fi-SHt 

Offspring, F'-sPr-NG 

OffUs'cate, Fs'-Et 

Offtisca'tion, Fs^-Kshn 

Oft, Fti 

Ofb'en, Fni, F»-Nr, Fi- 
Nst 

Oft'enness, Fni-Ns 

Oft'entimes, Fni-T-Mz 
[Fnl-Mz] 

Ofli'times,Ft»-T-JIz 

Ogee'. J» 

Og'ham, 01-11 

O'give, JT« 

O'gle, Gl«, Gld', G12-NQ 

0'gler,Gl-B» 

O'glio, £Ia> 

O'gre, GTf 

O'gress, Grs» I 



, 183 

Oh. Written the same as 

(inter j.) 
Oil, ii ' 
Oil'-bag, Zii-B-G 
Oil'-oake, £i-E-E 
Oil'-car, i'-Kr 
Oil'-oloth, /,1-Kl-TH 
OH'-color, ii-K-£r 
Oil'-distriot, ii-D-sTr-Kt 
Oil'er, £r> 
OU'iness, £i-Ns 
Oil'-man, £i-Mn 
Oil'-painting, Z>-Pnt-NG 
Oil'-pipe, Z'-P-P 
Oil'-sand, Zsi-Nd 
Oil'-shop, £i-8H-P 
Oil'-stone, Xs'-Tn 
Oil'-tank, £>-T-NG-K 
Oil'-well, Zi-Wl 
Oil'-works, i'-Wr-Ks 
Oil'y, i>, z;>-n, Zsti 
Oint, Nti 
Oint'ed, N-Td' 
Oint'ment, NP-Knt 
O'ker, Kr" 
O'kra or O'kro, Kr' 
Old, i»-D, L'-Oi, Z2-Dst. 

See Late, Later, 
Old'-age, lfi-D-3 
Old'en, £a-Dn 
Old'ish, ZS-D-SH 
Old'ness, i'-D-Ns 
Oleag'inous, L^-J-THa 
Oleag'inousness, zi-J- 

Ns-Ns 
Olean'der, Xndri 
Oleas'ter, Lstr^ 
O'le&ant, L'-¥-m 
O'lein, Ln' 
Oleom'eter, Z>-Mtr 
Olfao'tire, i>-F-K-TT 
Olfac'tSry, i>-F-K-T-J! 
Ol'iban, Z^-Bn 
OUb'anum, ZS-B-N-M 
Ol'igarch, Z'-Gr-K 
Oligarchial, Zi-Gr-El 
Oligarch'ic, Zi-Gr-E-E 
Oligarch'ical, Z'-Gr-E- 

El 
Ol'igarohy, Z'-Gr-K 
O'lio, ZI62 

Oltva'ceous, l'-V-SSb 
Ol'ive, Z>.V 

Ol'la-podri'da, Z»-P-Dr-D 
Ol'ogy, Z'-J. As a sutax, 

sometimes J 
Olym'piad, L»-M-P-D 
Olym'jplan, L»-M-Pn 
Olympic, L»-M-P-K 
Om'ber, M-Br» 
Ombrom'eter, M - Bri - 

Mtr 
Ome'ga, M^-G 
Om'elet, M-Zt> ^ 
O'meu, Mn', Mnd', Wx'- 

NG 
Omen'tum, Mn-T'-M 
O'mer, Mr> 
Om'inous, M'-Ns 
Om'inously, m-Ns-L' 



ONO 

Om'inousness, Mi-Ns-Xs 
Omis'slble, Ms-BS-L 
Omis'sion, Mshn' 
Omis'sive, Ma-V« 
Omit', Mt», M-Td', MtC)» 
Omit'ter, Mtr» 
Om'nibus, M-N-Bs> 
Omnifa'rious, M-N-Pa-Bs 
Omnif erous, M-N-F'-Ss 
Omnif io, M-N-F«-E 
Om'niform, M-N-F»-B-M 
Omuig'^nous, M-N-J«-Ns 
Om'niparty, M-N-P>-R-T 
Omnip'arous, M-N-P'-Ks 
Omnipersip'ience, M-N- 

Prss-Pns 
Omdipersip'ient, N-M- 

Prs'-Pnt 
Omnip'otence, M-N-P^ 

Tns 
Omnip'otency, M-N-P'- 
• Tn-S 
Omnip'otent, M-N-pa- 

Tnt 
Omnip'otently. M-N-P»- 

Tnt-L 
Oninipres'ence, H • K - 

Przs-Ns 
Omnipres'ent, M-N-PrzS- 

Nt 
Omnis'oience, M-N- 

SHD83 

Omnis'ciency, M-N-SH'- 

N-S 
Omnis'cient, M-N-SHnt» 
Omnis'ciently, M - N - 

SHnts-L 
Om'nium, Mi-K-M 
Om'nlamfgatherum, Mi 

-N-M-CJdhr-M 
Omnivorous, M-N-v»-j?s 
Omphal'ic, M-F'-Z-E 
Omphalocele, M-Fi-Zs- 

Z 
On. in 

O'nanism, N>-Nz-M 
O'ljanist, N^-Nst 
Once, 'Wns« 
One, WnS 
One'-eyed, Wn'-D 
Oneirocritlc, n-ip.kp. 

T-K 
Oneirocrit'ical, N - B' - 

Ert-El 
Onei'romancy, N - Bi - 

Mn-S 
One'-horse, wn -N - Hrs 

[Wn'-Es: 
One'ness, Wn'-Ns 
On'eraiy, THr-Ri 
On'erate, Hr-T> 
On'erous, Nr-S» 
One'-sided, Wns'-Dd 
One'-sidedness, Wns'- 

Dd-Ns 
On'TgoinB,N'-G-lirQ 
On'ion, N-Tn« 
On'ion-eyed, N-Xns-D 
Only, Nl« 
On'omaney, W-Mu-Si 



ONO 

Onomas'ticon, N-Ms-T^- 

Kn 
Onomatopoe'ia, N-M-T'- 

P 
Onomatopoet'ic, N-M- 

Ts-P-T-K 
On'set, Ns-Ti 
On'Blaught, TS-BLi^ 
On'to, N-Ti 
Ontolog'io, N-T>-i-J-K 
Ontolog'ioal, NI^L-J- 

Kl 
Ontol'ogy, N-Ti-i-J 
O'nus, Ns3 
Ou'ward, N-Wra> 
On'wards, N-Wrdz' 
O'nyx, 6N«-Ks 
O'olite, 6i»-T 
' Oolitic, 6i'-T-K 
Ool'ogy, oii-J 
Oolong, oL«-Na 
Oooze, zs, Zd», z»-Na 
Ooz'y, Z« 
Opacity, Psi-T 
Opa'cous, P>-E8 
Opake', P2-K 
O'pal, 6P1» 
Opalesce', PS-is, V-Let, 

pa-iB-NG 
Opales'cence, F^-is-Ns 
OpaleB'cent, V-liB-mt 
O'pallne, P»-£n 
O'palize, Fi-£z, ps-Xzd, 

P'-iJi-NG 
Opaque', P^-K 
Opaque'ness, P«-K-Ns 
Ope, P" 

O'pen, Pn«, Pna', Pn'-NG 
O'pener, ps-Np 
O'pen-eyed, Pn'-D 
O'pen-handed, Pn'-Hn- 

Dd 
O'pen-hearted, Pii» - H - 

iJ-Td 
O'pening, Pn^-NG 
O'penly, P«-N1 
O'peu-mouthed, Fn'-M- 

DHd 
O'penness, Pn'-Ns 
Op'era, Pi-B 
Op'era-glass, Pi-B-Gls 
Operam'eter, Pr>-Mtr 
Op'erate, pi-Bt, pi-B-Td, 

pi .St-NG 
Operatic, T^-Rt-K 
Operatlcal, pi-2it-El 
Opera'tion, P>-fislin 
Op'eratiye, P»-Bt-v 
Op'erator, pi-ittr 
Oper'culum, Prs-Kl-M 
Op'erose, Pi-Bs 
Op'erosenesa, pi-Rs-Ns 
Ophloleide, F>-Kld 
Ophidian, F'-Dn 
Ophiologlcal, Fi-Z-J-Kl 
Ophiorogidt, F>-£- Jst 
Ophiol'ogy, V^L-J 
O'phiomanoy, FS-Un-S 
Ophthal'mia, fi-th-£- 

M 



184 



Ophthal'mic, F>-TH-i;- 

M-E 
Oph'thalmy, F'-TH-i-M 
O'piate, Ps-T 
Opine', Pii>, Pndi, Pn>- 

NG 
Opin'iative, Pn'-Tr 
Opin'ion, Pns-N tPn>] 
Opin'ionated, Pn'-N-Td 
Opin'lonative, Pb»-N-Tt 
Opin'iouatively, Pn»-N- 

T-Vl 
Opin'ionatiTeness, Pn'- 

N-Tv-Ns [Pn»-Nt!Ts] 
Opin'ioned, Pn'-Nd 
Opin'ionist, Pn»-Nst 
O'pium, P»-M 
Opodel'doc, P«-D-X-D-K 
Opos'sum, pi-sM 
Op'pidan, P»-Dn 
Op'pilate, Pi-Zt 
Opplla'tion, F'-Xslm 
Op'pilative, pi-it-V 
Oppo'nenoy, Pn'-N-S 
Oppo'nent, Pn'-Nt 
Opportune', Pr'-Tn 
Opportuno'iy, Prs-T-NI 
Opportune'ness, Pr»-Tii- 

Ns 
Opportu'nity, Pr»-Tii-T 

_[PS] 

Oppoa'able, Pz>-Bl 
Oppose', Pz', Pzd«, Pi. 

NG 
Oppos'er, ps-Zp 
Oppos'ing, Pz>-Na 
Op'poaite, Pzi-T 
Op'positely, Pz»-T-i 
Op'positeness, Pzi-T-Ns 
Opposi'tion, Tzshn' 
Opposi'tionist, Tzilm'-at 
Oppos'itive, Fz'-Tv 
Oppress', Frs», Prst», Prs' 

-NO 
Oppressed', Prsf 
Oppres'sion, Prslm' 
Oppress'ive, Prs»-V 
Oppress'ively, Prs«-V-i 
Oppress'iTeness, Pis' - 

V-Ns 
Oppress'or, Pps-bR 
Oppro'brious, Pr«-Brs 
Oppro'briously, Fr^-Br- 

sL 
Oppro'briousness, Pr°- 

Brs-Ns 
OpproTSrinm, Pr»-Br-M 
Oppugn', Pu>, Pnds, PnS- 

NG 
Oppug'nancy, F»-G-Nn-S 
Oppugn'er, P»-Nr 
Op'tative, Pt'-Tv 
Op'tio, pi-T-E 
Op'tioal, Pi-T-El 
Opti'cian, ps-Tslm 
Op'tics, pi-T-Es 
Op'timaoy, P'-T-M-S 
Op'timate, F'-T-Mt 
Op'time, Pi-T-M 
Op'timism, P'-T-Mz-M 



ORB 

Op'tlmist, pi-T-Mst 
Op'tion, Pshn> 
Op'tional-ly, Fehni-/; 
Op'ulence, F>-£ns 
Op'ulent, FLint 
Op'ulently, Pi-Lnt-Z 
CpuB, Ps' 
Or is written ns follows: 

1. When standiiig alone or 
conunencing plirases — by 
Bi, thns; 

Or, B> 
Or aU, RU 
Or an, Bn' 
Or other, Bdhri 
■ Or the, B«» 

Or a, B with o-tick. 
Or rather, Bi-Adhr 

2. In the middle of phra- 
ses — by R, when moie con- 
venient than B; thos. 

Before or after, Bf<-£. 

Ftr 
Day or two, V-R-T 
Three or four, 'rHr»-iJ- 

F-E 
Eight or nine, T-R-TSn 
Said or done, sD'-B-Bn 

3. After several of the 
single stem word^by the 
r-hook; thus. 

At or, Tri 

Two or three, TrS-THr 

On or, Nri 

In or, Sfr» 
Or'acle, E»-E1 
Or'aclisd, B^-Eld 
Orac'ular, B'-El-B 
Orac'oularly, B>-El-B-£ 
Orac'ulous, B'-Els 
Orao'ulously, B>-El-s£ 
Orac'ulousness, Bi-Kls- 

Ns 
Or'aison, Es'N 
O'ral, Bia 
O'rally, RS-z 
Or'ange, Bn'-J 
Orangeade', Bn'-J-D 
Or'angeat, Bni-Jt v 

Or'ange-man, Bn'-J-Mn 
Or'angery, Bn>-J-i! 
Orang'-outang, B'-NG- 

T-NG 
Ora'tion, Bslm> 
Or'ator, Etr' 
Orato'rial, Rt!-2M, 
Orato'rialiy, Ef-fi-i 
Orator'ical-ly, Bti-£-El 
Orato'rio, Bt>-ii 
Or'atory, Rt>-fl 
Orb, B>-B 
Orb'ate, Ri-Bt 
Orbed, B>-Bd 
Orbic'ular, E«-B-Kl-E 
Orbio'ulariy, Bs-B-El-B- 

Orbic'ulate, B>-B-Elt 
Orbicula'tion, B^-B- 

Elshn 
Orbit, B'-Bt 



0KB 

Orb'ital, Bi-Bt-L 
Orb'ltary, E>-Bt-B 
Orb'y, Ki-B 
Oro, Bi-K 
Or'chard, B^-CHrd 
Or'oliarding, B»-OHrd- 

NG 
Or'ohardiat, Ri-CHrd-St 
Orcliesog'raphy, B- - E - 

sGr-F 
Or'chester, B'-Estr 
Or'ohestra, E'-K-sTr 
Or'chestra-cliair, B>-E- 

sTr-CHr 
. Or'chestTal, E'-K-sTr-Ii 
Orchestra'tion, B>-E- 

BTrBhn 
Or'chestre, B>-Estr 
Orches'tric, B>-E-sTi^K 
Or'chid, Bi-Ed 
Orchida'ceous, Bs-E-D- 

SBa 
Orchid'eous, B^-E-Da 
Or'ohil, Ei-Kl 
Orohil'la, E»-E-Z 
Or'chis, B'-Es 
Ordain', £>-Dn, Bf-Dnd, 

Jjs-Dn-NG 
Ordain'able, J22-D-N-B1 
Ordain'er, A»-D-Nr 
Or'deSl, Ei-Dl 
Or'der, Bdr>,E>-Dra,Edri 

-NG 
Or'derer, Edri-E 
Or'dering, Edr>-Na 
Or'derless, Bdr>-£s 
Or'derliness, Bdr>-£-Ns 
Or'derly, Edr'-i 
Or'dinal, «»-D-Nl 
Or'dinance, Bd'-Nns 
Or'dinarily, Bdi-Nr-L 
Or'dinary, Bd'-Nr 
Or'dmaryBhip, Ed'-Nr- 

SH-P 

Or'dmate, Edi-Nt 
Or'dlnately, Ed»-Nt-Ii 
Ordina'tion, Bd'-Nshn 
Or-dinative, Bd>-Nt-V 
Ord'nance, Bd>-Niis 
Or'donnance, Edi-Nns 
Ord'ure, B>-Dr 
Ore, E3 
O'read, 6B«-D 
Or'gan, E'-Gn 
Or'gan-builder, E'-Gn-B 

-£dr 
Or'gandie, E'-Gn-D 
Or'gandy, E>-Gn-D 
Organ'ic, B'-Gn-E 
Organ'ioal-ly, Ei-G-N-El 
Or'ganism, Bi-Gn-zM 
Or'ganist, B'-Gn-St 
Or'ganizable, B>-G-Nz- 

Bl 
Organiza'tion, B' - G - 

Nz«4» (B»-Gnz«*n) 
Or'ganize,E'-G-Nz, B>-G- 

Nzd, E'-G-Nz-NG 
Or'ganlzer, B'-G-N-Zr 
Or'gan-loit, B'-On-X-Ft 



1S5 

Otganog'raphy, Ei-GhN- 

(ir-F 
Organorogy, B'-G-Nl-J 
Or'ganon, B»-Gn-N 
Or'gan-pipe, Bi-Gn-P-P 
Or'gam-rest, Bi-Gn-iist 
Or'ganum, Bi-Gn-M 
Or'ganzine, Bi-G-Nz-N 
Or'gasm, E>-G-zM 
Or'geat, iii-ZHt or R^ZH. 
Or'gies, K'-Sz 
Or'gy, JJi-J 
Or'iclialcli, Bi-El-E 
O'riel, E«-I. 
O'rienoy, Ens-S 
O'rieut, But' 
Orient'al, Ent^-L 
Orient'alism, Enf-Lz-M 
Orient'alist, Enta-Let 
Orient'ate, Ens-Tt, Ent^- 

Td, EnS-TtC) 
Orienta'tion, En'-Ishn 
Or'ifloe, /e'-Fs 
Or'iflamme, B»-F1-M 
Or'igan, Ei-Gn 
Orig'anum, E^-Gn-M 
Or'igin, fii-Ja 
Orig'inal-ly, B'-J-Nl 
Originality, Bi- J-Nl-T 
Orig'inate, B^-J-St, B'- 

J-N-Td, BS-J-Nt-NG 
Origina'tion, S»- J-Nslm 
Originator, «>- J-Ntr 
O'riol, E2-L 
O'riole, E«-L 
Ori'on, Ei-N 
Or'ison, EzLN 
Or'lop, Bi-£-P 
Ormolu', B3-M-£ 
Or'nament, £n> - Unt, 

iini-M-N-Td, £ni-Miit- 

NG 
Omament'al-ly, Rn'- 

Mnt-L [iMnt] 
Omamenta'tion, Bn'-II- 

N-Tshn 
Or'nate, Bi-Nt 
Or'nately, Bi-Nt-L 
Or'nateness, Ei-Nt-Ns 
Omitb'lchnite, Bn^-TH 

E-Nt 
Ornitb'olite, En'-TH-it 
Omitholog'ic, Bn> - TH 

/<-J-E 
Ornithological, En'-TH 

-£-J-Kl 
Omithorogist, Bn>-TH' 

L-Sst 
Omitborogy, Bni-TH-z- 

J 
Omithorynch'us, BnS- 

TH-B-NG-Es 
Orograph'ic, B^-Grf-K 
Orograph'ical, B>-Gr-P- 

El 



OSS 

Or'phan, B'-Fa 
Or'phanage, B>-F-N-J 
Or'phaned, Bf-Tnd 



Orog'raphy, B'-Gr-F 
Orologloal, B'-i-J-El 
Orol'ogist, B>-£- Jst 
Orol'ogy, E'-i-J 
O'rotund, iS»-Tnd 



Orphanhood, B'-Fn-Hd 
Or'phanism, ii'-Fn-Z-M 
Orphe'an or Or'pbean, 

Orl)hio, K'-F-E 
Or'piment, E'-P-Mnt 
Or'rery, B'-JJ 
Or'ria, Es' 
Ort. Eti 

Or-thodox, iji-TH-D-EB 
Or'thodoxly, JJ>-XH-D- 
E-sZ^ 

Or'thodozness, b'-th-d- 

, Es-Na 

Or'thodozy, «i-TH-D-E- 

S 
Orthodrom'icB, B^-TS- 

Dr-M-Ks 
Or'thodromy, B>-TH-Dr- 

M 
Orthoep'ic, iJ«-TH-P-E 
Orthoep'ical-ly, b^-th- 

P-El 
Or'thoepiat, B>-TH-Pst 
Or'thoepy, iJ»-TH-P 
Orthog'onal, jRi-TH-G-Nl 
Orthog'rapher, B'-TH- 

Gr-Fr 
Orthograph'io, B^-TH- 

Grf-E 
Orthograph'ical-ly, B>- 

TH-Gr-F-Kl 
Orthog'raphist, Bi-TH- 

Gr-Fst 
Orthog'raphy,- B>-TH- 

Gr-P 
Orthop'edist, B'-TH-P- 

Dat 
Orthop'edy, bi-th-p-d 
Orthop'teroua, B>-TH- 

P-Tra 
Or'tive, Bi-Tv 
Or'tolan, Et'-in 
O'ryx, Es-Ea 

108,S1 

^OB'oillate, B'-£t, S>-£-Td, 
S>-Lt-NG 
Oscilla'tion, SS-^ahn 
Os'oiUatory, 8^-Lt-B 
Os'cltancy, B^-In-S 
Os'citant, Bi-Int 
Os'citate, S>-Tt 
Oscita'tion, S>-T8lm 
Os'culant, S>-E-£iit 
Os'culate, B^-K-Lt, Si-E- 

i-Td, S'-E-it-NG 
Oscula'tion, S'-E-Xahn 
Oa'oulatory, Si-E-£t-B 
O'sier, ZHr" 
O'siered, ZHrd' 
Os'manli, z>-M-NI 
Os'mazome, Z>-Mz-M 
Os'mium, Z>-M-M 
Os'naburg, Zi-N-Br-G 
Os'pray, S>-Pr 
Obb, S> 
Os'selet, S'-£t 



088 

Os'seous, s^-S 
Os'sicle, S>-K1 
Ossiferous, S"-Frs 
Ossific, S>-F-K 
Ossifica'tion, S»-F-EBlm 
Os'sifrage, Si-Fr- J 
Os'sify, S>-F, Si-Fd, Si^F- 

Ossiv'OTOus, Ss-Vrs 
lOs'suary.SHLjj 
Ost, Sti 
Ostensibil'ity, Sts-Ns-Bl- 

T (-Bit) 
08ten'sible-7, St>-NB-Bi 
Osten'sive, sts-Ns-V 
Os'tent, 81-Tnt 
Ostenta'tion, Sts-N-Tsbn 
Ostenta'tious, St^-Nt-SHs 
Ostentatiously, Sts-Nt- 

SB6-Z 
Ostenta'tiousness, Sf- 

Nt-SHs-Ns I 

Os'teocope, S'-T-K-P 
Os'teoplasty, St>-H8-X 
Osteog'eny, S>-T-J-N 
Osteoroger, S>-T-£-Jp 
OsteoroBist, Si-T-X- Jst 

Osteoi'oey, si-T-i-j 

Ost'ler,St>-Z,-E 
Ostra'cean, B^-Trshn 
Os'tracism, S>-Tr-8zlI 
Os'tracize, S'-Xrez, S> 

Trsz-D, S'-Trsz-NG 
Os'trich, B>-Tr-CH 
Os'trogoth, S'-Ti^G-TH 
Otacous'tio, T«or>-Ks-T-K 
Otal'eia, T>-£- J 
Otal'gio,*>-£-J-E 
Otal'gy.T'-i-J 
0'tary,T«-JJ 

Oth'er, DHri. Written In 

the first position to avoid 

collision with Their. 

In many instances Other 

would conflict with Their 

if written in the same way. 

But after moBt adjectives, 

and nouns and pronouns 

in the possessive case, Their 

-rarely or never occurs; 

therefbre Other may be 

written in such cases by 

the same outline as l^ir\ 

as follows; 

1. By lengthening the stem 
of the preceeding word; 
tUns, 

These other, ZdhH 
That other, DHdhr> 
The other, DHdhr» 
Every other, Vrdbr» 
One other, WndbrS 
No other, Ndhr> 
Many other, M'-Ndhr 
Some other. B^dhr* 
My other, Mdhr* 
Your other. Ydhr* 
Their other. DHrdhrS 
Her other, EdhrS 
Been other, Bndhr' 



186 

[•2. l5y the Mr-hodk 01 
straight stems; thus, 
Each other, CHdhri 
Suchother, sCHdhiS 
Our other, iidhr' 
3. By changing the pre 
ceding t-clrole to a large 
loop; thus. 

Those other, DHzdhrS 
This other, DHsdhr< 
John's other, Jnzdhr^ 
Boy's other, Bzdhr> 
James' other, J^-Mzdhr 
' Whose other, HzdhrS 
His other, zdhr^ — de- 
tached large loop, 
leaning to the right, 
in thlra position. 
There are a few excep- 
tions to the abjve rule; 
thus, JU other should be 
Tocalized with the second 
place short dash, thus; 
Zrudhr'. And, on the other 
hand. Or other is safely 
written Bdhr' without the 
vowel sign. 

The word Their has the 
first right to be written 
with the dhr outlineB, and 
generally after words where 
Their might occur, if the 
same form be used for 
Other, the sign of the short- 
vowel u should be inserted; 
thus. 

Of other, Vfidhri 
Shall other, SH&dhT> 
By other, Sudhri 
Bnt other, BSdhiS 
When other, Wiidhr« 
In other, Nudhr> 
Oth'erguise, DHr'-Gz 
Oth'emess, DHri-Ns 
Oth'ers. Written -like 
Other with the small 
circle added. 
Qtb'erwise, DHr'-Wz 
O'tiose, 8H3-8 
Oti'tis, oT>-Ts 
Ot'tar, Tr> 
Ot'ter,Tr> 
Ot'to, T» 
Ot'toman, T'-Mn 
Ottomans, T>-Mnz 
Ouch, CH> 
Ought, Ti 
Ounce, Ns> 

Our, B^. So written to 
distinguish it from the 
abbreviation for Her. 
Our is also written by tiie 
r-hook; thus. 
By our, Bri 
At our, Tr> 
Which our, CHr« 
Of our, Vr' 
On our. Nr> 
In our, Nr3 
Among our, KGr' 



OUT 

Ouranog'raphy, Bi-H. 

Gr-F 
Ourorogy, E'-£-J 
OuroB'oope, Bs>-E-F 
Ours, «z» _ 
Ourseir, nUiht-T 
Ourselves', BH-bL-Vz 

[£szi] 
Ou'sel,Zls 

Oust, St>,8>-Td, 8tl-NO 
Oust'er, Btr> 
Out, T'. Out at the com- 
mencement of compound 
words should be written 
in the first position, no 
matter what may be the 
accented vowel of the 
word, except In a few 
cases where it is neces- 
Bary to write the words 
in other positions for the 
sake of distinction. See 
Outran, Outrun. 

Out-act', T>-Et 

Out-acted, T>-E-Td 

Out-barance, Ti-Blns 

Out-bid', T>-Bd 

Out-bid'den, T>-B-Dn 

Out-blaze', T>-Blz 

Out'bound, Ti-Bnd 

Out-brave', T'-Brv 

Out-braz'en, Ti-Erz-N 

Out'break, T'-Br-K 

Oufbreaking, T>-Br-K- 
NG 

Out'-building, TJ-Bldf-) 

Out'burst, Ti-Bist 

Out'cast, T>-Est 

Out'-climb, T>-K1-M 

Out'come, Ti-E-M 

Out'crop, T»-Ep-P 

Outcrop', Ti-Er-P, T>-Er. 
Pt, T'-Br-P-NG 

Out'ory, T>-Er 

Outdare', T'-D-B 

Outdared', T> D-Bd 

Outdid', TiSDdS 

Outdo', Ti-D 

Outdo'ing, T>-D-NQ 

Outdone', T^-Dn 

Outdoor', Ti-D-B 

Outdoors', T>-D-Bz 

Out'or, Tpi 

Out'ermOBt, Tri-Mst 

Out'fall, T>-F1 

Out'flt, Tf>-T 

Outflank', Ti-Fl-NG-E 

Outfly', Ti-Fl 

Outfrown', T>-Fm 

Out'gate, T>-at 

Outgen'eral, T»-J-Nr-L 
[T'-Jn] 

Outgen'eraled, TW-Nr- 
Ld [T'-Jnd] 

Outgive', T'-Gv 

Outgiv'en, T>-G.Vn 

Outgo', T>-G, T>.G-Na 

Outgone", T'-Gn 

Outgrew*, T'-Gr 

Outgrow', Ti-Gp 



OUT 

Outgrown', T>-Grn 
Out'growth, Ti-Gr-TH 
Out'gnard, T>-Grd 
Out-Her'od, T'-H-B-D 
Out'-house, T^Hb 
Outland'ish, ti-X.nd-SH 
Outlasf , Ti-Lat 
Out'law, Tt-L, Ti-id, T'- 

i NG 
Out'lawed, Ti-id 
Out'lawry, T'-L-B 
Out'lay, T»-L 
Out'let,Ti-it 
Outlie', T>-£ 
Out'lier, rP-i-B 
Oat'line, T>-in, Ti-ind, 

T>-in-NG 
Outlive', T»-i-V 
Out'look, T»-£-K 
Out'lying, T»-i-NQ 
Outmarch', T'-M-b-CH 
Oatmeas'ure, T'-M-ZHr 
Out'most, T'-Mst 
Outnum'ber, T'-N-M-Br 

[T'-Br] 
Out'-of-door, Tvi-D-B 
Out'-of-doora, Tv»-D-Bz 
Out-of-the-way', Tvt'-W 
Outpace', T>-Ps 
Out'parish, T'-P-B-SH 
Out'part, Ti-Prt 
Out'peer, Ti-P-E 
Out'port, Ti-P-Bt 
Out'post, Ti-Pst 
Outpour', Ti-P-B 
Outpour'me, H-P-B-NG 
Out'rage, T'-B-J, T>-B- Jd, 

T'-H-J-NG 
Outra'geous, T^-B-Js 
Outra'geouBly, I^B-JsL 
Outra'geousnesa, T>^Br 

Js-Nb 
Outran', T'-Bn 
Outrank', Ti-B-NG-K 
Outre', Tra' 
Outreach', Ti-B-OH 
Outride'; T>-B-D 
Out'rider, T>-B-Dr 
Out'rigger, Ti-B-Gr 
Out'right,Ti-Bt 
Outrun', f-Bn, T»-Bn-NG 
Outsail', T'-si 
Outsell', T1-b£, T>-sJHia 
Out'set, Ts>-T 
Outshine', T>--SHh 
Outside', Tsi-D 
Out'sider, Ti-sDr 
Out'skirt, Ti-sK-Bt 
Outsold', T>-s£-D 
Out'spoken, Ti-sP-Kn 

[T'-sPn] 
Outspread', T>-sPr-D 
Outstand', Ts»-Tnd, Ts»- 

Tnd-NG 
Outstare', TsLT-E 
Outstood', Tsi-Td 
Out'street, T«-sTrt 
Outstretch', T»-sTr-CH, 
T'-sTr-CHt, T»-sTr-OH- 
NG 



1.87 

Outstride', T'-sTrid 

Outswear', Ti-sW-B IT'- 
eR] 

Outstrip', T'-sTr-P 

Outtalk', Ti-T-K, Ti-T-Kt, 
T'-T-K-NG 

Outvalue', T>-V1 

Outvie', Ti-V 

Outvote', TiiVl" 

Outwalk', T>-W-K 

Out'wall, Ti-Wl 

Out'ward, T'-Wrd 

Out'ward-hound, T' - 
Wrd-Bnd 

Out'wardly, T'-Wrd-i 

Out'wards, T'-Wrdz 

Outwatoh', Ti-wCH 

Outwear', Ti-Wr 

Outwent', T'-Wnt 

Outweigh', T'-W 

Outweighed', T'-Wd 

Outwork', T'-Wr-K, T'- 
Wr-Kt, T'-Wr-K-NG 

Out'work, "P-Wi-K 

Outwore', Ti-Wr 

Outworn', T«-Wm 

Outwrought', Ti-Bt 

Ou'zel, ZV 

0'va,va 

O'val, Vl» 

Ova'ria, \'-R 

Ova'rious, V^-Bs 

Ova'rium, V^-B-M 

O'vary, V«-B 

O'vate, Vt» 

0'vated,V»-Td 

Ova'tion, Vshn' 

Ov'en, Vn' 

O'ver, Vr>. Written in 
first position 60 that it 
•will not conflict with VrS 
Very, Over at the com- 
mencement of compound 
words should be written 
in the first position, no 
matter what may be the 
acaeuted vowel of the 
word, except in a few 
cases where it is neces- 
sary to write the words 
in other positions for the 
salie of distinction. See 
Overarch, Overreach, Over- 
draw, Overdrew, etc. 

Overabound', Vr'-Bnd 

Overact', Vri-K-T 
O'veralls, Vri-Lz 
Overanz'ious, Tri-NG- 

SHa 
Overarch', Vri-B-CH, 

See Overreach, 
Overawe', Vri, with sign 

for Awe written near it. 
Overawed', Vr'-SD 
Overbal'ance, Vr'-Blns, 

Vri-Blnat. Vr»-Blns-NG 
Overbear'ing, Vr'-B-B- 

NG 
Overbid', Vri-Bd, Vri- 

BdC) 



OVE 

Overbid'den, Vr'-B-Dn 
O'ver-board, Vr'-Brd 
Overbore', Vr>-B-B 
Overborne', Vr'-B-fln 
Overbur'deu, Vri-B-B- 

Dn 
Overcame', Vr'-K-M 
Overcast', Vri-Kst, Vr^- 

Kst(-) 
O vercau'tlous, Vri - K - 

SHs 
Overcharge', Vr'-CHr-J, 
Vri-OHr-J-D, Vr'-CHr-J- 
NG CVri-CH, Vr>-CHd, 
Vri-CHC)] 
Overcloud', Vr'-Kld 
O'verooat, Tri-K-T 
Overcome', Vr>-K-M, 
Vri-K-M-NG [Vr»-K, Vr'- 
K(-)] 
Overcon'fident, VriiFi- 

Bnt 
Over-costly, Vr'-Ks-I-£ 
Overdid', Vr'-Dd 
Overdo', Vri - D, Vr' - D - 

NG 
Oveydone', Vr^-Dn 
Overdose', Vri-Ds 
Overdraw', Vri-Dr 
Overdrawn', Vr'-Dm 
Overdrew', Vr^-Dr 
Overdressed', Vri-Drst 
Overdrive', Vri-Drv 
Overdrove', Vr»-Drv 
Overdue', Vr'-D 
Overeat', Vr>-T 
Overeaten', Vri-Tn 
Overexcite', Vr'-Ks-T 
Overeye', Vr'-f 
Overeyed', Yr'-i-D 
Overfall', Vr»-F-L 
Overfatigue', Vr>-F-T-Q 
Overfed', Vr»-F-D 
Overfeed', Vr»-I'-D 
Overflow', TrJ-Fl, Vr'- 

Fl-D, Vri-Fl-NQ • 
Overflowing', Vri-Fl-NG 
Overflown', Tr'-Fln 
Overfond', Tr'-Fnd 
Overfreight', Vri-Frt 
Overgo', Vr'-O 
Overgorge', Vr>-Gr-J 
Overgrew', Vr»-Gr 
Overgrow^ Vr'-Gr 
Overgrown', Vri-Gm 
Overgrowth', Vri-Gr-TH 
Overhang', Tr»-H-NG 
Overhard'en, Vri-Hr-Drf 
Overhaste', Vri-Hst 
Overhaat'lnesB, Yr^Hs- 

T-Ns 
Overhast>, VrJ-Hs-T 
Overhaul', Vri- HI, Vri- 

Hld, Vr'-Hl-NG 
Overhead', Tr>-Hd 
Overhear', Vr>-Hr, VrL 

Hr-NG 
Overheard', Vr>-Hrd 
Overheat', Vr'-Ht 
Overhung', Vr~H-NG 



OVE 

Overia'sue, vr»-SH 
Overioy', Vr'-J 
Overla'bor, Vr^-i-Br 
Overlade', Vr»-i-D, Yr'- 
i-Dd. Vri-i-D-NG. These 
outlines should be vocal' 
ized with a to distinguish 
them from the more fi'e- 
quent outlines Overload, 
etc. 
Overladen', Vr^-i-Dn 
Overlain', Vri-in 
Overland', Vr>-i.nd 
Overlap', Vr>-£-P, Vr'-X- 

Pt, Vri-i-P-NG 
Overlarge', VrJ-ir-J 
Overlay^ Vr>-i, Tr» -i-D, 

Overleap^ Vi^-L-P 
O'verleatner, Vr'-idhr 
Overlib'eral, Vri-L-Br-L 
Overlie', Vr>-t. Vri-Z-NG 
Overload', Vrii-D, Vr' -i 

Dd, Vri-£-D-NG 
Overlook', Vr»-L K. Vr>- 

i-K-T. Vr>-i-K-NG 
Overmas'ter, Vr'-rfstr 
Overmatcsli', Vri-M-CH. 

Vr»-M-CHt, Vri-M-CH- 

NQ 
O vermeas'ure, Vr' - M - 

ZHr 
Overmod'est, Vr'-M-Dst 
O'vermost, Vr^-Mst 
Overmuch', Vr'-M-CH 
O'vernight, Vri-Nt 
Overpas'sionate, Vr' - 

Pehn-T 
Overpass', Vr'-Ps 
Overpa'tlent, Vr>-Pslml 
Overpay', Vr'-P, Vr'-Pd, 

Vr>-P-NG 
Overpeo'ple, Vri-P-Pl 
Overpersuade', Vr'-Pr- 

sWa, Vri-Pr-sW-na, Vr>- 

Pr-sWd-NG 
O'verplus, Vri-Pls 
Overply', Vr>-Pl 
Overpoise', Vri-Pz 
Overpow'er, Vri-P-E 
Overpress', Vr'-Prs 
Overprize', Vr'-Pz 
Overrake', Vr'-K-K 
Overrate', Vr'-Bt 
Overreach', Vr»-B-CH, 

Vr3-iJ-CHt, Vr»-iJ-CH- 

NG. See Overarch. 
Overreach'er, Vr»-B-C!Hr 
Overread'y, Vr'-Jf-D 
Overrid', Vr'-fl D 
Overrid'den, Vr^-iZ-Dn 
Override', Vri-JJ-D, Yr'- 

B-D-NG 
Overripe', Vr'-B-P 
Overrip'en, Yr'-B-Pn 
Overrode', Yr'-fi-D 
.Overrule', Yr'-Bl, Yr>- 

md, Yri-Kl-NG 
Overml'ing, Yr'-iJl-NQ 
Overran', Yr'-fin 



188 

Overrun', Vr'-Bn, Yr»-iJn- 

NG 
Oversaw', Yr'-S 
Oversea', Vr'-S 
Oversee', Yr»-S, Vr^-S-NG 
Overseen', Yrs'-N 
Overseer', Vrs»-E 
Overset', YraS-T, Yrs'-T- 

NG 
Oversew*, Yr»-3 
Overshade', Yr^-SHd 
Overshad'ow, Yr'-SH-D 
O'vershoe, Yr»-8H 
Overshoof , Yr«-SHt, Yr»- 

SHt-NG 
Overshof , Yr>-8Ht 
O'versight, Vrs'-T 
Overskip', YrB>-K-P 
Oversleep", Yia-si-P,Yri- 

s£-Pt. Yrl-Bi-P-Ha 
Oversoon', Yra*-N 
Overspent', Yrs'-Pnt 
Overspread', Vr'-sPr-D, 

Vr'-sPr-D-NG 
Overstate', Yrei-Tt 
Overstay', Yrs^-T, Yrs'- 

Td, Yrs'-T-NG 
Overstep', Vrsi-T-P, Yrsi- 

T-Pt. Vrs>-T-P-NG 
Overstock', Yrs'-T-K 
Overstrain', Yri-sTm 
Overswell', Yr'-sWl 
O'vert, Vrts 
Overtake', Yr^-T-K, Vr«- 

T-K-NG 
Overtask', Vr'-T-sK 
Overtax', Yr'-T-Ks 
Overthrew*, Yr»-THr 
Overthrow', Yr» - THr, 

Yr'-THr-Nff 
Overthrown', Yr>-THm 
Overthwart', Yri-TH-Wrt 
Overtire', Yr'-T-B 
O'vertly, Yrts-L 
Overtook", Yr»-T-K 
Overtop', Yr>-T-P 
Overtrade', Vr'-Trd 
Overthrow', Yr>-THr 
O'verture, Vrtr' (or Yr*- 

OHr) 
Overturn', Yri-T-iSn, 

Yr'T-find. Vr>-T-Bn-NG 
Overtwiu'ing, Yr'-Twn- 

NO 
Overval'ue, Yr-Y-i 
Overween', Yr'-Wn 
Overween'ingly, Yr^- 

Wn-NG-L 
Overweiph', Yr^-W 
O'verweight, Yri-wT 
Overwhelm', Yr»-Wl-M 
Overwhelm'ing, Yr'- 

Wl-M-NG 
Overwhelm'inely, Yr'- 

WIMNGl 
Overwiae', Yr'-Wz 
Overwork', Yr*-Wr-K, 

Vr'-Wr-Kt, Yri-Wr-K-NG 
Overwrought', Yri-iJt 
Ovio'ular, Y>-E1-B I 



OXY 

O'viform, Yi-F-E-M 

Ovip'arous, V«^Prs 

Ovipos'it, V>-Pz-T, Yi-Pz- 
Td. V»-Pz-T-NG 

Oviposi'tion, V»-Pzj*n 

Ovipos'itor, V'-Pztr 

O'visae, Vb2-K 

O'void, Y=-D 

Ovoid'al, Vi-Dl 

O'volo, \'-L 

Ovol'ogy, Yi-i-J 

Ovovivip'arona, v - y - 
V-Prs 

O'vule, Y»-L 

O'vum, Ys-M 

Owe. Written the eame 
as O (inten.) 

Owed, D2 

Oweat', oBt 

owing. The sign for O 
(inierj.) with ing-Aot 

Owl, i>, Z,l-D, Ll-NG 

Owl'er, ir> 

Owl'et, ii-T 

Owl'-eyed, E»-l-D 

Owl'ing, L'-NG 

Owl'ish, ii-SH 

Owl-light', £»-£* 

Owl'-lfte, ii-i-K 
Own, Ni, Nd', Ni-NG 
Written in the first posi- 
tion to distinguish it 
from N» knom, NS-NG 
knowing. 
Own'er, Nrs 
OWner'ship, Nr^-SH-P 
Ox', Ksi . 
Oxal'io, K-sii-K 
Ox'bow, Ks-B» 
Oz'en, Ks>-N 
Ox'eye, Ks>-t 
Ox'-eyed, Ks>-D 
Ox'-fly, K8>-n 
Ox'idate, Ks-Dii, Es-D> 

•Td Ks-Dt(')' 
Oxyda'tion, Es-Dsbn* 
Ox'ide, Es-Di • 
Ox'idizable, Es-Dzi-Bl 
Ox'idize, Es-Dzi, Bs- 

Dzdl. Ks-Dzi-NG 
Ox'idizement, Es-Di- 

zMnt 
Ox'lip, K-sZi-P 
Ozo'nian, Ee'-ITn 
Ox'-stall, Ess>-T-L 
Ox'yd, Es-Di 
Ox'ydate, Es-Dti 
Oxyda'tion, Es-Sshn' 
Ox'ydize, Es-Dzi 
Ox'ygen, Es-Jni 
Ox'ygenate, Ks-J'-Nt, 

Ks-Ji-N-Td, Es-J>-Nt-KG 
Oxygena'tlon, Es - J^ - 

Nshn 
Ox'ygenize; Es - Ji - Nz, 

Es-Ji-Nzd, Es-J'-Nz-NG 
Oxyg'enous, Es-J>-N8 
Ox'ygon, Ks'-Gn 
Oxyhy'drogen, £-sHdr- 

Jn> 



OXY 

Ox'ymel, E-sM-£i 
Oxymo'ron, K-sM-Bn» 
Oxymu'riate, K-e^-Ri^ 
Ox'yopy, Ks-pi 
Ox'ysalt, K-Ssi-it 
Ox'ytone, Ks-Tni 
O'yer, Yi> 
O'yez, Ysa 
Oys'ter, Stri 
Oys'ter-bed, Str'-Bd 
Oys'tep-boot, Stri-Bt 
Oys'ter-catcher, Stri-£- 

CHr 
Oys'ter-oounter, Str' - 

Kntr 
Oys'ter-dTedge.Stri-Dr- 

Oys'ter-house, Btri-Hs 
Oys'ter-patty, Stri-P-T 
Oya'ter-plaut, Stri-Flnt 
Oys'ter-aheU, Stri-SBl 
Ozoce'rite, Zs'-Bt 
Ozona'tion, Z>-Nsbn 
Ozonifica'tion, ZS-N-I"- 

KsYra 
O'zonize, Z^Nz, Z^Nzd, 

Z2-NZ-NG 

Ozonom'eter, zi-N-Mtr 
Ozonomet'ric, z>-N-M- 

Tr-K 
Ozouom'otry, Z>-N-M-Tr 
Ozo'na, Z3-N 
O'zone, Zn^ 



P. 



!P, the Eixteenth letter of 
the Alphabet, represents 
usually the sound of p as- 
heard in the words j>ay, j)ie, 
cap, rope, etc. 

JP is the ^ost perfect of 
all the consonants and it is 
therefore placed at the head 
of the phonographic alpha- 
bet. 

JPp has the sound of sin- 
gle p, as in ra2>ped, nipped, 
etc. See Bb, 

Ph has the sound of/, as 
in j>Aantom, ^Aase, j)Aouog- 
rapAy^ etc. 

P Is silent in the Initial 
combinations i)» and j>£, as 
in 77neumatics,-imeanionia, 
jj^armigan, Ptolemy, etc. 

Jnphth ph is silent, as in 
phthisic (ttzic), ^A^Aongom- 
eter (thdngSmeter), etc. 
Pab'ular, pi-B-i-B 
Fabula'tion, P2-B-£shn 
Pab'ulous, P'-B-£s 
Pab'uluin,P»-B-l,-M 
Pa'oa, P»-K 
Paca'tion, ps-Eshn 
Pace, Ps», Pst», Psa-NG 



189 

Pa'cer, P^-sB 
Paoha', pi-SH 
Paoha'lio, pi-BHl-K 
Paoh'yderm, Pi-K-Dr-M 
Paohyderm'ata, ps-K. 

Dr-M-T 
Pacbyderm'atous, ps-E- 

Dr-M-Ts 
Pacific, Pss-F-K 
Pacifio-oeean, Ps'-F- 

Esbn 
Paoif ioal, Ps'-F-El 
Paciflca'tion, PsS-F-Eshn 
Pacificator, Ps^-F-Ktr 
Paoifioatory> Ps»-F-K- 

T-fl 
Pac'ifled, Psi-Fd 
Pac'ifler, ps'-f-e 
Pao'ify, Psi-F, Psi-Fd. 

Ps'-F-NG 
Pac'ing, PsS-NG 
Pack, Pi-K, P»-Kt, Pi-K- 

NG 
Paok'age, pi-K-J 
Paek'-cloth, Pi-E-El-TH 
Pack'er, pi-Er 
Paek'et, pi-Kt, Pi-E-Td, 

Pi-Kt-NG 
Pack'et-boat, P'-Et-Bt 
Paok'et-ship, pi-Et-SH-P 
Pack'-borse, pi-E-Hrs 
Paok'ing, pi-E-NG 
Pack'-man, F'-E-Mn. 
Pack'-mule, P>-E-M-L 
Pack'saddle, P'-Es-D-L 
Pack'-staff, P'-Es-Tf 
Pack'-thread, P'-E-THrd 
Paok'wax, pi-E-wEs 
Pact, pi-Et 
Pao'tion, P>-Eshn 
Pao'tional, P'-Eshn-i 
Pacti'tlous, ps-E-T-SHs 
Paoto'lian, F3-E-T-£n 
Pacto'lus, F2-E-T-£s 
Pad, Pi-D, Pi-Dd, Pi-D 

NG 
Pad'ding, P'-D-NG 
Fad'dle, pi-Dl, pi-Dld, 

P'-Dl-NG 
Pad'dle-board, pi-Dl- 

Brd * 

Pad'dle-staff, pi-Dls-Tf 
Pad'dle-wbeel, pi-Dl-Wl 
Pad'dock, Pi-D-E 
Pad'dy, P>-D 
Padisha', pi-D-SH 
Pad'lock^Pi-D-i-E, pi-D- 

i-E-T. pi-D.Z-E-NG 
Paduasoy', pi-D-S 
PsB'an, P»-N 
Pse'on, P»-N 
Pffi'ony, P«-N 
Pa'gan, ps-Gn 
Pa'ganism, P^-Gn-Z-M 
Pa'ganize, P=-G-Nz, pa- 

G-Nzd, pa-G-Nz-NG 
Page, ps-J, pa-Jd, ps-J- 

NG 
Pag'eaut, P"-Jnt , 
Pag'eantiy, P»- J-N-Tr 



PAL 

Pag iual, pi-j-Nl 
Pagina'tion, pa-J-Nshn 
Pa'ging,p2.J-NG 
Pago'da, P"-G-D 
Pail, P2-L 
Pail'ful,P2-L-Fl 
Pail'fuls, P^-L-Flz 
Pain, Pn2, Pnd2, Pn^-NG 
Pain'ful,Pna-F-L 
Pain'fuUy, Pn^-F-i 
Pain'fuluess, Pn»-F-L-Ns 

[:fs] 
Pai'nim, ps-N-M 
Pain'less, ps-Nls 
Pains, Puza 

Pains'taker, Pnz'-T-Kr 
Pains'taking, Pnz!-T-E- 

NG 
Paint, Pnt2, Pnii-Td, Pnf- 

NG 
Paint'er, PntrS 
Paint'ing, Pnts-NG 
Pair, Pi-K, pi-Rd, pi-B- 

NG 
Palred'-off, P'-fld-F 
Pair'-off, P'-B-F 
Pal'aoe, pi-is 
Pal'adin, pi-£-Dn 
Palses'tra, P^-is-Tr 
Palankeen', P»-£n-Kn 
Palanquin', P^-Zn-En 
Pal'atable-y, P'-£t-Bl 
Pal'atableuess, pi-£t-Bl- 

Ns [:Bs] 
Pal'atal, P»-£t-£ 
Pal'ate, pi-£t 
Pala'tial, F3-£-SEl 
Palat'io, pi-£-T-E 
Palat'inate, pi-£t-Nt 
Pal'atine, Fi-£-Tn 
Pala'ver, Pi-£-Vr, P'-£- 

Vrd. pi-£-Vr-NG 
Pala'verer, Fi-£-Vr-K 
Pale, PS-Ii, pa-Ld, pa-Ir 

NG 
Palea'ceous, ps-£-SHs 
Pale'-eyed, p2-£-i-D 
Palely, F2-£-£ 
Pale'ness, P2-£-Ils 
Paleog'rapheT, P'-£-Gr- 

r> 

Paleograph'ic, Pi-£-Grt- 

E 
Paleograph'ical, F>-£ - 

Gr-F-El 
Paleog'raphy, Fi-£-Gr-F 
Paleol'ogist, pi-£-£-Jst 
Paleol'ogy, pi.£-£- J 
Paleoutol'ogy, pi-£-Nt- 

L-J 
Pa'leothere, F2-£-TH-K 
Paleothe'rium, ps-£-TH- 

B-M 
Pa'leouBj P'-£-S 
Paleozo'io, pa-£-Z-E 
Pales'tra, ps-£s-Tr 
Pales'trian, P2-£s-Tm 
Pales'trio, f 2-£s-Tr-K 
Pales'trical, PS-£B-Xr'El 
Pale'tot, Fi-£-T 



PAL 

Pal'ette, P'-it 
Pal'frey,pi-£-Pr 
PaJll'ogy, P»-i-i- J 
Fal'iiupsest, pi-i^-Ms-St 
FariudTome, P'-L-N-Dr- 

H 
Paring, pa-L-NG 
Parinode, P>-£-N-D 
Palisade', P>-is-D, P»-is- 

Dd, pa-is-D-NG 
Pal'ish, pa-r-SH 
PaKkee, p>.£-E 
Pall, pi-L, pi-La,P»-L-NG 
Palla'dium, P<-£-D-M 
Pair-bearer, p«-i-B-Br 
Pal'let, P'-it 
Pal'liai, pi-i-i; 
Palliasse', P>-i-S 
Parnate, pi-Jlt, pi-i-Td, 

Pi-Z.t-NG 
Pallia'tion, P'-iehn 
Pal'liative, P>-i-Tv 
Pal'lid, P>-i-D 
Pal'lidness, P>-£-D-Ns 
Pall-mall, ps-£-Ml 
Pal'lor, pi-i-R 
Palm, P»-M, Pi-Md, Pi-M- 

NG 
Pal'ma Chris'ti, Pl'-M- 

Ers-T 
Pal'mar, p> -i-Mr 
Pal'mary, pi-£-M-jJ 
Pal'mate, pi-L-Mt 
Pal'mated, pi-Z-M-Td 
Palm'er, p»-Mr 
Palm'er-worm, P'-Mr- 

Wr-M 
Palmet'to, Pis-M-T 
Palmiferous, Pl>-M-F- 

Bs 
Pal'miped, PU-M-P-D 
Pal'mister, Pl>-Mstr 
Pal'mlstry, Pl'-Ms-Tr 
Palm'-oil, pi-M-i 
Palm'-Sunday, P>-Mg- 

N-D 
Palm'y, P>-M 
Palp, Pi-Z-P 
Palpabil'ity, P1»-P-B1-T 
Pal'pable-y, PH-P-Bl 
Pal'pableness, pi>-p-Bl- 

Ns [tBB] 
Palpa'tion, Pl'-Pshn 
Pal'pebral, Pl»-P-Br-L 
Pal'pebrous, PU-P-Brs 
Pal'pitate, PP-P-Tt, Pl'- 

P-TT(J. Pl'-P-TtC) 
Falpita'tion, Pis-P-Tshn 
Pals'grave, P'-iz-Grv 
Fals'grarine, p'-iz-Gr- 

Vn 
Pal'sical, P»-X-Z-EI 
Pal'sied, pi-iz-D 
Pal'sy, P>-£-Z, pi-Xz-D, 

pi-i-Z-NG 
Parter,P>-ttr, P»-i-Trd, 

pi-itr-NG 
Pal'terer, P>-i-Tr-E 
Pal'trily, P>-i-Tr-i 
Pal'trinesB, P'-i-Tr-Ks 



190 

Paltry, pi-£-Tr, pi-i-Tr- 

R, pi-i-Trst 
Palu'dal, P»-i-Dl 
Pal'y, pi-L 
Pam, pi-M 
Pam'pas, P'-M-Ps 
Pam'per, P'-M-Pr, P'-M- 

Prd. P'-M-Pr-NG 
Pam'phlet, P»-M-rit 
Pamphleteer', P»-M-F1- 

T-R (P»-M-ritr) 

Pam'pre, P'-M-Pr 
Pan, Pni 
Panace'a, ps-N-S 
Pama'da, pa-N-D 
Panade', P«-N-D 
Pana'do, P«-1I-D 
Pan'cake, Pn>-E-E 
Fan'creas, Pi-N-Ers 
Fancreat'ic, P>-N-Ei^T-K 
Pande'an, Fn'-Dn 
Pan'deet, Pn'-D-Et 
Pandemic, Pn'-D-M-S 
Pandemo'nium, Pns-D- 

Mn-M 
Pan'der, Pndr> Pndt-Bd 

Pndr>-NG' 
Fan'derer, Pndr'-B 
Pan'derism, Pndr'-Z-M 
Pan'door, Pni-D-B 
Fan'doran, Pni-D-iin 
Fandore% Pns-D-B 
Fane, Pn» 

Panegyr'ic, P»-N-Jr-K 
Panegyr'ioal, P»-N-Jr-Kl 
Panegyr'ist, P»-N-Jrst 
Fan'egyrize, P'-N-Jrz, 

pi-NJrzd, P>-N-Jrz-NG 
Fan'el, P'-Nl, P>-Nld, P»- 

Nl-NG 
Pang, pi-NG 
Pan'io, Pn»-K 
Fan'ic-grasB, Pn'-E-Grs 
Fan'iole, P>-N-KI 
Fan'icled, P»-N-Kld^ 
Fan'ic-struck, Pu'-E-sTr 

-K 
Fanic'ulate, P«-N-Klt 
Fannade', Pii«-D 
Pan'nel, pi-Nl 
Pan'niole, P>-N-K1 
Pan'nier, P>-N-R 
Pan'oply, pi-N-Pl 
Panora'ma, p<-NivM 
Fanoram'ic, pi-Nr-M-K 
Fanoram'ical, P'-Nr-M- 

El 
Fansoph'ical, F>-Nb-F- 

El 
Fau'sophy, P'-Nb-F 
Fanstereora'ma, Pns'-T- 

H-R-M 
Fanstenograpb'ikon, 

Pna'-T-N-Gri-Ea 
Fan'sy, Pn>-Z 
Pant, Pnt>, Pni-Td, Pnti- 

NG 
Pan'tagraph, Pn'-T-Grf 
Pantalef , PD«-T-£t 
FantalooB',7n>-T-£i> 



PAP 

Fan'ta«efa, 'Bnf-T-B-Z 
Fantareh'al, Pni-T-iJ-KI 
Fantorch'ic, Pn^-T-J^E- 

E 
Pantarch'ical, Pn>-T-i!- 

E-El 
Fan'tarchism, Pn'-T-iJ-K 

-zM 
Pan'tarohy, Pai-T-B-E 
Pan'ter, Pntr' 
Fan'theism, P'-N-THa-M 
Fan'theist, pi-N-THst 
Fantheis'tic, pi-N-THs- 

T-K 
Pantheist'ioal-ly, .P*-N- 

THb-T-EI 
Fanthe'on or Fantheon, 

P»07-i-N-THii 
Pan'ther, pi-N-THr («• 

Pnthrt) 
Pan'tile, Pn'-T-I. 
Pant'ler, Pni-T-£-B 
Panto'fle,Pns-T-PI 
Pan'tograph, Pa>-T.aiif , 
Pantograph'ic, Pn»-T-! 

GrfE 
Fantograph'ical, Fn'-S- 

Gr-F-EI 
Pantog'raphy, PnUT-ffi^J 

F 
Pantol'ogy, Pni-T-£-J 
Fan'tometer, Pni-T-Mtr 
Fan'tomime, Fn'-T-M-U 
Fantomim'ic, Pn»-T-M- 

M-E 
Pantomim'ical, Pd'-t-M 

-M-El 
Fan'ton. Pn'-Tn 
Pan'ton-ahoe, Pn'-Tn- 

8H 
'Pantry, P'-N-Tr 
Fa'nyin, Fn'-M 
Pap,P>-P . 
Papa',P>-P& -•' 

Fa'pacy, P»-P-S 
Fa'pal, ps-Pl 
Fa'palize, P'-PIz, P>- 

Plzd. ps-Plz-NG 
Fa'parohy, P'-P-B-K 
Fapav'arous, P'-Pv-Kb 
Fapaw', Pi-Pa 
Pa'per, P«-Pr, P^-Prd, P«- 

Pr-NG 
Fa'per-oase, P=-Pr-Ks 
Pa'per-ourrenoy, P»'Pr- 

E-An-S 
Pa'per-outter, ps-Pr-Etr 
Pa'per-faced, ps-Pr-Fst 
Pa'per-folder, P«-Pr-F- 

Zdr 
Pa'per-honger, P'-Pr- 

H-NGr 
Fa'per-hangings, P>-Pp- 

H-NG-NGz 
Fa'per-holder, ps - Pr - 

Hldr 
Fa'per-maker, P«-Pr-M- 

Er 
■Fa'per-maldlig, P>-Pr- 

M-E-NG 



PAP 

Fa'per-mill, P-Pr-M-L 
Pa'per-money, P^-Pr-M- 

N 
Fa'per-stoiner, P^-Prs- 

T-Nr 
Pa'per-weight, P»-Pr-Wt 
Papes'cent, P^i-Ps-Nt 
Pa'phian, PS-Fh 
Papier-mache', pi-P-M- 

sa 
FapiliouA'ceouB, P^-P-X- 

N-SHs 
Papil'la, ps-P-L 
Pap'illary, pi-P-£-« 
Fap'ilose, F'-P-Xs 
Fap'ilote, P'-P-zt 
Fap'ilous, pi-P-£s 
Fapil'ous, pa-P-Zs 
Fa'iiist,pa-Pst 
Papist'io, pa-Ps-T-K 
Fapist'ical, ps-Ps-T-Kl 
Fa'pistry, P^-P-sTr 
Papoose', P»-Ps 
Pappoose', ps-Pg 
Pappose', pii-Ps 
Fap'pous, pi-ps 
Pap'py, pi-T> 
Fap'ula, P'-P-Jt 
Pap'ulose, p'-P-£8 
Pap'ulous, pi-P-£s 
Fapy'rus, P>-P-jBs 
Par, P>-R 

Far'-value, P'-B-Vl 
Far'able, pi-«-Bl 
Farab'oja, r^BBL 
Farab'ole, pi-B-B-L 
Parabol'ie, pi-B-B-i-K 
Farabol'ioal-ly, pi-K-B 

L-Kl 
Parabol'iform, F^R-B- 

1,-F-R-M 
Farab'olist, Fi-ii-B-Zst 
Farab'oloid, pi-fi-B-£-D 
Paracen'tric, ps-Ss-Ntr- 



191 



Paracen'trical, P'-iZs 

Ntr-Kl 
Farach'ronism, P>-A-Kr- 

Nz-M 
Par'achute, P>-2!-SEt 
Par'aelete, pi-£-EU 
Parade', ps-K-D, psLB-Dd, 

pa-fi-D-NG 
Par'adigm, pi-H-D-M 
Par'adise, P>-iJ-Ds 
Paradisi'aoal, pi-S-Dg- 

Kl 
Far'ados, P'-B-Ds 
Far'adox, pi-B-D-Ks 
Paradox'ical-ly, pi-ii-D- 

Ks-El 
Faradox'icalness, F'-A- 

D-Ks-Kl-Ns 
Far'adrome, pi-K-Dr-M 
Far'affine, P'-iJ-Fn 
Far'age, P»-fi-J 
Faragd'ge, VR-Q-J 
Faragog'ic, pi-B-G-J-K 
Paragog'ical, pi-fl-G-J- 

El 



Far'agou, P>-fi-Gn 
Far'agram, P'-«-Gr-M 
Par'agraph, Pr'-Grf 
Far'agraphed, Pr'-Grft 
Paragraph'ic, Pr»-Grf-E 
Faragrapb'ical, Pr'-Gr- 

P-Kl 
Paraleip'sis, P'-fll-Pss 
Farallac'tio, pi-jJl-E-T- 

E 
Farallac'tical, pi-Bl-Et- 

El 
Far'allax, P'-Al-Es 
Far'allel, P'-iJl-L, P^Bl- 

Ld, P»-iel-L-NG 
Far'alleUsm, F'-fil-Lz-M 
Parallel'ogram, F»-«l- 

L-Gr-M 
Parallelogram'mic, P>- 

in-L-Gr-M-E 
Farallelogram'mical, 

pl.JJl-L-Gr-M-El 
Parallelopi'ped, P>-S1- 

i-P-p-D 
Parallelopip'edon, p^- 

iei-i-P-P-Da 
Faral'ogism, P'-Bl-J-zM 
Paral'ogy, P'-Bl-J 
Faral'ysis, P'-ZJlss 
Faralyt'io, pa-Blt-K 
Paralyt'ioal, ps-Blt-Kl 
Faralyza'tion, F'-Sizshn 
Far'alyze, P'-aiz, pi- 

Klzd, pi-Klz-NG 
Far'amount, Pri-Miit 
Far'amour, PrJ-M-B 
Par'anymph, F'-B-N-M- 

F 
Par'apet, pi-H-Ft 
Par'aph, F'-fif 
Parapher'nal, Prs-Fr-Nl 
Parapbema'lia, FrS-Fr- 

N-L 
Farapbimo'sis, ps-S-F- 

Mfis 
Par'aphraae, Pr' - Frz, 

Pr'-Frzd, Fr>-Frz-NG 
Par'aphrast, Fri-Frst 
Parapbrast'ic, Pr* - Frs - 

T-K 
Faraphrast'ical-Iy, Pr»- 

FrsT-Kl 
Paraple'gia, Pr«-Pl-J 
Par'aplegy, Fr>-Fl-J 
Paraquet', pa-B-Et 
Paraciui'to, pa-B-E-T 
Par'asaug, P'-Bs-NG 
Far'asoeue, pi-Bs-N 
Parasce'uium, S'-Bs-TSt- 

M 
Paraaele'ne, Fra-s£-N 
Far'asite, pi-Bs-T 
Farasit'ic, P»-Bs-T-E 
Farasit'ioal, P»-Bg-T-El 
Par'asitism, P>-Bs-T-zM 
Far'asol, Pi-Bs-L 
Farasolette'. P>-B-s£t 
Parathes'is, ps-B-THss 
Par'boil, pi-fi-B-L. pi-B- 

B Ld, P>B-BL NG 



PAR 

FarT)oiled, P'-B-B-Ld 
ParTjuokle, pi-fl-B-EL 

Pi-B-B-Eld, Pi-B-B-Kl- 

NO 
Par'oel, Prei-L, Prs'-Ld, 

Prfii-L-NG 
Par'oenary, Prs'-N-B 
Par'oener, Frsi-N-B 
Parch, pi-B-CH, pJ-B- 

CHt, Pl-B-CH-NQ 
Farcn'ment, Pr'-CH- Mnt 
Fard, P'-Bd 
Par'don, Fi-JJ-Dn, Pi-B- 

Dnd, Pi-K-Dn-NG 
Far'donable, P>-B-Dn-B 

(-L) 
Far'donableness, pi-B- 

Vh-B-l-Sb c:Bs] 
Far'donably, P'-B-Dn-B 

(■L) 
Par'doner, P'-B-D-Np 
Fare, P'-E, pi-Ed, P»-«- 

NG . 
Paregor'ic, P'-B-GivK 
Par'ent, P'-Bnt 
Par'entage, pi-B-Nt- J 
Farent'al-ly, P'-Rn.t-L 
Paren'thesis, pa-B-N- 

THss 
Pareuthet'ic, P'-B-N- 

TH-T-K 
Parenthet'ical-ly, V-B- 

N-THt-El 
Farent'icide, F^-B-Nts- 

D 
Far'entless, P'-Bnt-Xs 
Par'er, F"-Br 
Far'get, Pi-i-Jt, Pr»-J-Td, 

Pr>-Jt-NG 
Par'geter, Ppi-Jtr 
Farhe'lia, Pr>-H-£ 
Farhe'lion, Fr»-H-2;n 
Fa'iiah, F>or»-B 
Pa'rian, F^-Bn 
Pari'etal, Pi-B-T-L 
Far'ing, P»-B-NG 
Par'ish, F'-B-SH 
Parish'ioner, P'-B-SH- 

Nr 
Fari'sian, ps-Bzlin 
Farisyllab'ic, P^-B-sL- 

B-K 
Farisyllablcal, P>-B-s£' 

B-El 

Far'itor, pi-Btr 
Far'ity, pi-B-T 
Park, Si-B-K, P>-B-Kt, 

pi-B-K-NQ 
Fark'er, Pi-B-Er 
Par'lance, Pi'-Jma 
Par'ley, Fr'-X, Fr»-J^D, 

Fri-£NG 
Parliament, Pr'-£-Mnt 
Farllamenta'rian, Pr>-£- 

Mnt-Bn - 
Farliament'ary, Pr«-£- 

Mnt-B 
Par'lor, Pri-£-B 
Paro'chial, P>-B-E1 
Parod'ical, P>-£-D-EI 



PAR 

Par'odist, P>-B-Dst 
Par'ody, P>-B-D, P«-«- 

Dd, Pl-J^D-NQ 
Parol', (law term) V'-Rl 
Parole', P'-Rl 
PaTOUoma'sia, V-B-'S- 

M-Z 
Paronomas'tio, P'-i8-N- 

Ms-T-K 
faronomas'tical, V^B- 

N-Mb-T-KI ' 
Faroaom'aay, pi-s-N-H- 
_s 

Par'onym, pi fl-N-M 
Parou'ymous, P>-bii-Mb 
Paron'ytuy, P'-ita-M 
Par'oquet, P>-iJ-Kt 
Paro'Ud, P>-ie-Ta 
Faro'tiB, V-B-1s 
Paroti'tis, Pi-B-T-Ts 
Par'oxysm, PrLK-szM 
Paroxys'mal, Pr»-K-BzM- 

£i 
Parquet', ps-JJ-K or ps-jj. 

Et 
Par'quetry, pi-B-K-Tr 
Parquette', ps-ie-Kt 
Parr, pi-B 
Par'rakeet, P'-H-Kt 
Parracid'al, P»-ies-D-L 
Par'ral, pi-/n 
Par'rioide, P'-Bs-D 
Par'rot, pi-at 
Par'ry,P'-B, pi-B-D, pi- 

Parse, pi-Bs, Pi-Bst, P»- 

Es-NO 
Par'see, P'-fl-S 
Par'seeism, F>-B-Sz-M 
Parsimo'nious, Pr>-8M- 

Ns 
Farsimo'niously, Pr« - 

bM-NS'L 
Farsimo'ziiouEineBE, Pr'- 

bM-NB'Ns 
Par'simony, Pr'-sM-N 
Pars'ing, P'-Eb-NG 
Pars'ley, Pr'-s£ 
Fars'nlp, Prsi-N-P 
Par'sop, P»-Bb-N 
Par'sonage, pi-Bs-K-J 
Part, Pi-Bt, Pi-B-Td, P'- 

Bt-NG CP«, P> «D, PC)i] 
Partake', Prts-K, Prts-K- 

NG 
Partak'en, Prts-Kn 
Partak'er, Prt^-Kr 
Part'er, Pi-Btr 
Parterre', P"-B-T-B 
Par'thenon, pi-B-TH-JJn 
Par'tial, Pr»-SH1 
Par'tialist, Pr'-Sfl'lst 
Partial'ity, Pr>-SfllT 
Par'tially, Pr'-Sifl 
Partibil'ity, Prt^-Bl-T 
Part'ible, Prti-Bl 
Fartio'ipable, Pr»-T-sP- 

Bl (PrtB»-P-Bl) 
Partio'ipant, PrS-T-sPnt 

(Prts'-Pnt) 



192 

Partio'ipate, Pr'-T-sPt, 

PrS-T-BP-Td, Pr«-T-BPtC) 

(Prl8»-Pt, Prts'-P-Td, 

Prts'-PtO) 
Participa'tion, Pr»-T- 

sPshi. (Prte^-Pslm) 
Partio'ipative, Pru-T-BPt- 

V (Prts»-Pt-V) 
Partic'ipator, Pr'-T-sPtr 

(Prts»-Ptr) 
Farticip'ial, Prts'-P-L 
Particip'ialize, Prts»-P- 

iz, Prts»-P-/.zd, Prts3-P- 

Zz-NG 
Particip'iall^, Prts»-P-£ 
Par'tio&le, Pr'-Ts-Pl 

(Prts'-PI) 
Par'ticle.Prt'-Kl 
Par'ti-colored, P»-B-T- 

K-£rd (Prt>-E-£Td} 
Partic'ular, Prta-Kl-B 

CPrtS] , 

Particular'ity, Prt'-Kl- 

Bt 
Partloulariza'tion, Prts- 

Kl-BzsAn 
Partic'ularize, Prt^ - El - 

Bz, Prt«-Kl-Ezd, PrtS-Kl- 

Ez-NO 
Partio'ularly, Prf-Kl-B- 

L [Prt'ii] 
Part'ine, P»-Bt-NG [PC)'] 
Par'tisan, P'-Btz-N 
Par'tisanship, P'-Bts-H'- 

8H(-P) 
Par'tite, P'--B-Tt 
Parti'tiOB, ps-B-TBlm, P»- 

B-Tshnd, pa-B-Tshn-HG 
Par'titire, pi-Bt-Tv 
Par'titively, P'-Bt-T-Vl 
Part'let, Prti-it 
Part'ly, Prt^L 
Part'ner, Prt'-Nr. See 

Part-moner, 
Fart'nersbip, Prt'-Np-SH 

Partook', Prt'-K 
Part'-owner, P'-Bt-Nr 

[P'-Nr]. Bee Fartner. 
Par'tridge, Prt'-B-J 
Par'tridge-berry, PrP-B 

■J-B-B 
Par'tridge-wood, Prti- 

B-J-Wd 
Fartu'rient, Pr».-T-Bnt 

(Prt'-Bnt) 
Farturi'tion, Prt'-Bshn 
Far'ty, pi-B-T »-. 
Par'ty-oolored, pi-B-T- 

E-ird (Prt»-E-ird) 
Par'tyism, P'-B-T-zM 
Par'ty-jury, P'-B-T-J-B 
Par'ty-man, Pi-B-T-Mu 
Par'ty-spirit, pi - B ■ T - 

sPrt 
Far'ty-wall, Pi-B-T-Wl 
Far'venu, pi-B-V-N 
Fas (pSi). Pi 
Fasoh, pi-sK 
Pas'olurt, Pb»-KI 



PAS 

Paaha', P»-<SH 
Paslu/lic, P>-8HI E 
Fashaw', P'-S/f 
Pasigraph'ic, Psi-Grf-E 
Pasigraph'ical, Ps'-Gr- 

F-El 
Faaig'rapliy, Ps^-Gfr-J" 
Pasque'-flower, P> -bK- 

Fl-B 
Pas'quil, Ps'-Kw-L 
Fas'quin, Ps»-Kth , 
Pasquinade', Ps^-Ewn-D 
Pass, Ps', PbW. Pb>-SG 
Fass'able-y, Psi-Bl 
Pasaade', Ps^-D . ' 
Pasa'do, Ps^oi-'-D 
Pas'sage, Fsi- J 
Fas'sant,PBi-Nt 
Fass'-book, Pb>-B-E 
Pass'-check, Ps>-CH-E 
Passe', P8-8 
Pas'senger, FB^-N-Jr 
Pas'senger-oar, . P^ .^H - 

Jr-Er 
Passe'-partout', Psi.P- 

B-T 
Pass'er, pi-sE 
Pasa'er-by, pi-sE-B 
Fas'serine, P'-sBn 
Passibil'ity, Ps'-Bl-T 
Fas'sible, Ps>-Bl 
Fas'sim, P>-sM 
Fass'ing, Pb^-NG 
Pass'mg-bell, Ps»-NG-B- 

Ij 
Fass'ing-note, Fs>-NG- 

Nt 
Fass'mg-tone, Pb>-NG- 

Tn 
Pas'sion, PBhni 
Fas'Bional, Pshn^-L 
Pas'sionary, Pshn'-B 
Fas'sionate, Pehni-T 
Pas'sionately, Pslm'-T-i 
Paa'siouateness, FGlm>- 

T-Ns 
Pas'slon-flower, Psluii 

iFli-E 
Fas'sionist, Pslmi-<St 
Pas'sionless, PElmi-Xs 
Pas'sion-week, Pshni- 

W-K 
Pas'sive, Ps'-V 
Pas'sively, Psi-V-i 
Fas'siveness, Ps>-V-Ns 
Pasaiv'ity, Ps»-V-T 
Fasa'-key, P'-sK 
Fass'less, P>-b£s 
Paas'over, PB>-Vr 
Pasa'port, Ps>-P-Bt 
Fass'-word, P'-sWrd 
Fast, PBti 

Paste, Psta, PsS-Td, PBtC)= 
Paste'board, ps-sBrd 
Paa'tel, Pb1-T-L 
Paat'er, Pstr" 
Pas'tern, Psi-T-Bn 
Pa8'til,Psi-T-L 
Pastille', Ps'-T-l 
Pas'time, Pgi-T-M 



PAS 

Pas'tor, Pstr» 
Paa'toral-ly, Ps»-T-Bl 
Pastora'le, Ve^-T-R-L 
Fas'torate, Psi-T-Kt 
Pas'torlike, pi-sTr-i-K 
Pas'torly, pi-sTr-i 
Pas'torship, Pstr'iSH 
Pas'try, ps-sTr 
Pas'try-cook, P'-sTr-K- 

K 
Pas'turage, pi-sCHp-J 
Pas'ture, pi-sCHr, pi- 

sCHrd, pi-sCHr-NG 
Pas'ty, Ps=ori.T 
Pat, Pti, pi-Td, Pt(-J» 
Patch, pi-CH, P>-CHt, 

pi-CH-NQ 
Patoh'er, pLOHr 
Patoh'ery, pi-CH-B 
Pateh'wopk, pi-CH-Wr-K 
Patoh'y, pi-CH 
Pate, Pt3 
Fatefao'tion, Pt>-E-Kslm 
Pateria, pa.T-£ 
PatelOiform, ps-T-i-F- 

B-M 
Pat'en, P'-Tn 
Pa'tent or Pat'ent, (o.) 

PSorl-Tnt 
Pat'ent, (».) pi-Tnt, P'- 
^Tn-Td, P>-Tnt-NG 
Patentable, P>-Tnt-B 

Pat'ented, pi-Tn-Td 
Patentee', P'-Tn-T 
Pat'ent-oflloe, Pi-Tnt-Fs 
Pater'nal-ly, P»-Tr-Nl 
Pater'nity, P>-Tr-N-T 
Pa'ter-noster, P»-Tr-Nstp 
. Path, pi-TH 
Pathet'ic, ps-TH-T-K 
Pathet'ical-ly, ps-THt- 

El 
Fatbef icalnesa, P»-THt- 

K1-N8 
Path'less, P«-TH-is 
Pathognomou'ic, pi-TH 

-G-N-Mn-K 
Pathbg'nomy, pi-IH-G- 

N-M 
Patholog'ic, pi-TH-Z-J- 

K 
Patholog'ioal, pi-TH-i- 

J-Kl 
Pathol'ogist, pi-TH-t- 

Jsi 
Pathol'ogy, P'-TH-i-J 

[Pi-TH-J] 
Pa'thos, P2-TH3 
Path'way, Pi-TH-W 
Pat'ible, Pt>-Bl 
Pa'tienoe, Pshns» 
Pa'tieut, Pshnts 
Pa'tiently, PkhnV-L 
Pat'in, Pi-Tn 
Patly, Pti-i 
Pat'ness,P>-T-Ns (Pt'-Ns) 
Patois', Pti-W 
Pa'triarch, P»-Tr-B-K 
Patriaxoh''al, pi-Tr-B-Kl 

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Patriarch'lo, P'-Tr-i!-K- 

K 
Patriarch'ats, P>-Tr-JJ- 

Kt 
Pa'triarehship, ps-Tr-JJ- 

K-SH-P [iSH] 
Pa'triarohy, P2-Tr-B-K 
Patri'cian, P'-Trshn 
Pat'ricide, P'-Tre-D 
Patrimc/nial-Iy, pa-Tr- 

M-Nl 
Pat'rlmony, Pi-Tr-M-N 
Pa'triot, pa-Trt 
Patriot'io, P'-Trt-K 
Pa'triotism, ps-Trt-zM 
Patris'tic, P»-Trs-T-K 
Fatris'tical, P»-Tr8-T-Kl 
Patrol', pa-Tr-L, P»-Tr- 

Ld, pa-Tr-L-Na 
Pa'tron, P«-Tm 
Pat'ronage, pi-Tr-N-J 
Pat'ronal, P»-Tr-NI 
Pat'ronesa, P'-Tr-Na 
Pat'ronlze, Pi-Tr-Nz, P>- 

Tr-Nzd, Pi-Tr-Nz-NG 
Pat'ronizer, pi-Tr-N-Zr 
Pa'tronless, ps-Tr-Nls 
Patronym'io, P'-Tr-N-M- 

K 
Patronymloal, p»-Tr-N- 

M-El 
Patroon', P'-Tm 
Pat'ten, pi-Tn 
Pat'ter, PtrS Ptrdi, Ptr'- 

NG 
Pat'tem, Pti-ita, Pt'-JJnd, 

Pt'-Bn-NG 
Pat'ty, Pi-T 
Pat'ty-pan, P'-T-Pn 
Pau'oity, Psi-T 
Pau'gie, P'-G 
Paul, pi-L 
Pau'line, P>-£n 
Paunch, Pi-N-OH 
Pau'per, pi-Pr 
Fau'perlsm, pi-Pr-zM 
Pau'perize, P'-Prz, pi- 

Przd, Pi-Prz-NG 
Pause, Pzi, Pz'-D (see 

Passed), Pz'.NG 
Pans'er, P'-Zr 
Pav'an, Pvi-N 
Pave, Pv«, Pvd», Pt'-NG 
Pave', pa-V 
PaTe'ment, PT^-Mnt 
Pav'er, P»-Vr 
Pa'viage, ps-V-J 



PEB 



FaVier, ps-V-R 
fa ■•• 



'avil'ion, P»-V-in, P'-V- 

Znd. pa-T-£n-NG 
Pav'iug, Pv2-NQ 
Pav'ior. P»-V-B 
Fav'onme, Pvi-Nn 
Faw, pi, pi-D, P«-NG 
Pawl, pi-L 

Pawn, Pni, Pndi, Pn>-NG 
Pawn'broker, P>-N-Br- 

Kr 
Pawnee', P'-N 
Pawn'er, P>-Nr 



Pawnor', pi-Nr 

Pawpaw^, pi-P4 

Pax, Pi-K? 

Pax'wax, pi-K-sW-Ks 

Fax'ywaxy, pi-K-S-W-K. 
S 

Fay, pz P2-D, P2-NG 

Fay'able, P>-BI 

Pay'-day, pa-D 

Payee', PeS 

Payer, P^-B 

Fay'ing, ps-NG 

Pay'-master, P'-Mstp 

Pay'ment, pa-Mnt 

Fay'nim, ps-N-M 

Pay'-offlce. pa-Fa 

Pay'roU, pa-JJl 

Pea, pa 

Peace, Pa' 

Peaoe'able-y, Ps»-Bl 

Feace'ableness, Fs>-Bl- 
Ns [iBs] 

Peace'ful-ly, Pss-Fl 

Feaoe'fulness, Pa'-Fl-Ns 
[ iFs] 

Feaoe'maker, P«-sM-Kp 

Peaoe'-offering, Ps^-Fr- 
NG 

Peace'-ofloer, Ps'-Fb-b 
Peach, P8-CH, p3-CHt, 

ps-OH-NG 
Peaoh'-color, P»-CH-K- 

ir 
Fea'chiok, P'-CH-K 
Feaoh'wood, ps-CH-Wd 
Pea'cook, P'l-K-K 
Fea'hen, ps-Hn 
Fea'-jacket, p»-J-Kt 
Peak, P»-K, ps-Kt, Ps-K- 

NG 
Feak'ed, PS-K-D or ps-Kt 
PeaVish, pa-K-SH 
Peal, pa-L, ps-Ld, ps-L- 

NG 
Fe'an, P'-N 
Fe'anism, ps-Nz-M 
Fea'-nut, P'-N-T 
Pear, P'-B 
Pearl, pa-ai 
Pearl'-ash, pa-Bl-SH 
Pearled, P?-fild 
Fearl'-eyed, pa-M-l-D 
Pearl'-oyster, ps-iji-str 
Pearl'-white, P'-Sl-Wt 
Fearl'y, pa .81 
Pear'main, Pr'-Mn 
Fear'-tree, P'-E-Tr 
Feas'ant, PzS-Nt 
Feas'autry, Pza-N-Tr 
Feas'-ood, pa-zK-D 
Pease, Pz^ 
Pea'-shell, ps-SHl 
Feat, Pt8 

Feat'-moss, Pt'-Ms 
Feat'y, ps-T 
Pe'ba, P8-B 
Peb'ble-y, pa-Bl 
Feb'bled, ps-Bld 
Peb'ble-stone, pa-BIs- 
Tn 



PEC 

Pecan', P>-Ku 
Peoan'na, P'-K-N 
Peo'ary, V'-K-B 
Pecoabil'ity, ps-K-Bl-T 
Pec'oable, ps-K-BI 
Peooadil'lo, P«-K-D-i 
Peo'oanoy, pa-Kn-S 
Peo'oant, ps-Knt 
Peo'oary, V'-K-B 
Peooa'Ti, p«-K-V 
Fech'blende, ps - OH - 

Bind 
Peck, ps-K, pa-Kt, ps-K- 

NG 
Feok'er, P«-Kr 
Pec'ten. P^-K-Tn 
Pec'tinal, ps-K-T-NI 
Pec'tinate, ps-K-T-N-T 
Peo'tinated, P«-K-T-N- 

Td 
Pec'toral, ps-Kt-Bl 
Pe'cul, pa-Kl 
Pec'ulate, P'-Klt, p«-Kl- 

Td, ps-Klt-Nft 
Pecula'tion, P'-Elslm 
Peo'ulator, P*-Kltr 
Peoul'iar, pa-Kl-B [P»-K] 
Peouliar-ity, pi-Kl-£-T 
^CP'-K] 
Pecul'Uarize, P>-El-Bz, 

P»-Kl-Bzd, PS-KI-BZ-NG 
Pecul'iarly, ps-El-B-X 

CP»-K!il 
Peoun'iary. P"-Kn-i! 
Ped, ps-D 

Pedagog'ic, Pi-D-G-J-K 
Pedagog'ioal, pi-D-a-J- 

El 
Ped'aeogiam, P^-D-G-J- 

zM 
Ped'agogae, P»-D-G-a 
Pe'dal, p»-Dl 
Ped'al.ps-Dl 

fed'ant, pi-Dnt 
edanfic, pi-S-Nnt-E 
Pedant'ical-ly, P»-D-Nt- 

El 
Fed'antize, pi-Dnt-Z 
Ped'antay, P»-D-N-Tr 
Ped'dle, ps-Dl, pa-Dld, 

ps-DI-NG- 
Ped'dler, ps-Dl-B 
Ped'dlery, ps-Dl-ij 
Ped'dling, PS-Dl-NO 
Ped'estal, ps-Ds-Tl 
Pedes'trial, p2-D-sTr-L 
Pedes'trian, pa-D-sTm 
Pedes'trianism, F< - D - 

sTm-Z-M [sTr-zM] 
Pedes'tTlanize, P«-d-sTp- 

Nz, PS-D-sTr-Nzd, P>-D- 

sTr-Nz-NG 
Ped'ioel, ps Ds-L 
Ped'igree, P«-D-Gr 
Ped'iment, ps-D-Mnt 

(Pds Mnt) 
Ped'lar, pa-Dl-R 
Ped'ler, ps-Dl-E 
Pedobap'tism, P3-D!B> 

F-T-zM. BeeSapttm. 



-194 

Pedobap'tist, P«-D ;b>. 

P-TBt. See Baptitt, 
Pedom'eter, P'-D-Mtr 
Pedun'cle, pa-D-NG-El 
Pedun'oular, pa-D-NG- 

El-B 
Peek, ps-K, ps-Et, P»-E- 

NG 
Peel, P»-L,P»-M, P»-L- 

NG 
Peel'er, P'-x-B 
Peep, P8-P, P»-P-T, P«-P- 

NG 
Peep'er, P«-Pr 
Peer, P»-B, P»-Bd, P'-B- 

NG 
Peer'age, P»-«- J 
Peer'esa, P'-As 
Peer'lesB, P>-B-£g 
Peer'lessly, P>-E-iB-£ 
Feer'leasness,. P'-B-Xb- 

Pee'vish, T'-y-SH 
Pee'vishly, pa-V-SJJl 
Pee'vishuess, P'-V-iSir- 

Peg, P»-G, pa-Gd, pa-G- 

•„*'& 

Pe'koe or Fek'oe, P>or«- 

E 
Pela'gian, ps-i- Jn 
Pela'gianism, P'-£-J-Nz- 

M 
Pel'ecan, P<-£-Eii 
Pererine, P--£-£a 
Pelf, pa-£-F 
Fel'iean, ps-i-En 
Pelisse', P'-Zb 
Fell, pa-L 
Pel'let, P«-£t 
Periiele, ps-£-El 
Pell-mell', ps-i-Ml 
Pellu'oid, P»-£s-D 
Fellueid'ity, P»-£s-D-T 
Fellu'cidness, P^-is-D- 

Nb 
Felt, Ps-Lt, pa-r-Td, P»- 

it-NG 
Fel'tate, ps-i-Tt 
Fel'tated, ps-i-T-Td 
Felt'-monger, pa-Lt-M- 

NG-Gr 
FeltTy, ps-£-Tr 
Fel'Tio, pa-i-V-E (PlvS-E) 
Fel'vis, P»-i-V8 (P1>-Vb) 
Fem'mioan, pa-M-En 
Pan, Pn«, Pnd«, Pna-NG 
Pe'nal, ps-Nl 
Pen'alty, P>-N1-T 
Pen'ance, Pn»-Ns 
Pena'tes, P»-N-Tz 
Pen'case, Pn*-EB 
Pence. Pus' 
Penchant', P'-iV-SHn 
Pen'oil, pa-Ns-L, Pa-Na- 

Ld, pa-Ns-L-NG 
Pen'oraft, pa-N-Ertt 
Pend'ant,Pnda-Nt 
Pend'ence, Pnda-Ns 
Pend'eucy, Pnda-N-S 



TEN 

Pend'ent, Pnria-Nt 

Penden'te li'te, Pna-Un- 

T-i-T 
Pend'ing, Pnda-NG 
Pendulos'ity, Pii»-D-Zs- 

T 
Pend'ulous, Pna-D-£s 
Fend'vilousness, Pna-D- 

LB-Sa 
Pend'ulvim, Pna-D-z-M 
Fenetrabil'ity, P»-N-Tr- 

Bl-T 
Pen'etrable, P»-N-Tr-Bl 
Penetra'lia, pa-N-Tr-Z 
Pen'etrance, pa-N-Tpns 
Pen'etrancy, pa.N-Trn-8 
Pen'etrate, pa-N-Trt, pa- 

N-Tr-Td, pa-N-Trt(-) 
Penetia'tiou, pa-N- 

Tishn 
Pen'etrativ«, pa - N - Xr- 

Tv 
Pen'etiatiTeness, p'-n- 

Tt-Tt-Ns 
Pen'guin, pa-N-Gwn 
Penia'Bula, Pu>-N-5^ or 

Pna-Ns-L 
Pen'insular, Pns.N-BHl- 

B or Pn'-N-sZ-B 
Fenina'ulate,Pna-N-Sfll. 

T or Pn'-N-Bit 
Penins'ulated, Pn' - N - 

SH\-Td or Pn3-N-sZ,-Td 
Fe'niB, ps-Ns 
Pen'itence, pa-N-Tna 
Fen'itency, pa-N-Tn-S 
Pen'itent, pa-N-Tnt 
Peniten'tial, pa-K-T-N- 

SHl [Pna-tn] 
Feniten'titey, P«-N-T-1I- 

SHr (Pnta-N-SHp) 
Pen'itently, pa-N-Tnt-L 

(Pnta-Nt-L) 
Pen'knlfe, Pna-N-F 
Pen'knivea, Pna-N-Tz 
Pen'man, Pns-Mn 
Pen'maaship, Pu' - Mn - 

SH(-P) 
Fen'nant, Pna-Nt 
Pen'nate, pa-N-T 
Peu'nated, pa-N-Td 
Feu'ner, pa-Nr 
Pen'nies, pa-Nz 
Pen'niform, pa-N-F-R-M 
Pen'niless, pa-N-ia 
Pen'nou, Pna-N 
Pen'ny, pa-N 
Pen'ny-a-liner, P»-N-X- 

Nr 
Fen'ny-post, pa-N-Pet 
Pennyroy'al, P>-N-B-t, 
Pen'nyweight, ps-N-wt 
Pen'ny-wise, pa-N-Wz 
Pen'nyworth, pa-N-Wr- 

TH 
Pen'sUe, pa-Ns-Ii 
Pen'silenesB, pa-Na>L-Ns 
Pen'sion, pa-Nshn, pa-N- 

SHnd, pa.N«ta-NG[orC)l 
Fen'sionary, pa-Nshu-B 



PEN 

Fen'sioner, P"-Nshn-B 
Pen'sive, P=-Ns-V 
Pen'sively, P=-Ns-V-j; 
Pen'siveuess, Ps-Ns-V- 

Ns 
Pen'stook, Pns^-T-K 
Pent, Pnta 
Pentacap'sular, Put^-E- 

P-s£-B 
Pen'tachord, ps-N-T- 

Krd 
Pen'tagon, Pnt^Gn 
Fentag'oual-ly, Pnt^-G- 

Nl 
Pentag'onous, Pnt^-a-Ns 
Pen'tagrapli, ps-N-T-Grt 
Pentahe'dral, Pnt^-Hd- 

m 
Pentahe'dron, Pnt^-Hd- 

Bn 
Pentam'eter, Pnt^-Mtr 
Pentan'gular, Pnti-NG- 

Gl-B 
Pentapet'alous, Fnt<-pt- 

2.8 

Pent'aptote, Pnt^P-Tt 
Pen'tarchy, Pn^-T-iJ-K 
Pen'taapast, Pn»-T-sPst 
Peu'tastich, PnS-Ts-T-K 
Fen'tastyle, Pn»-Ts-T-L 
Pea'tateucb, Pn^-T-T-K 

(Pnt«-T-K) 
Pentateuch'Bl, Pn»-T-T- 

Kl <Pnta.T-Kl) 
Pen'tecost, Pn^-T-Est 
Pentecost'al, Pn'-T-Es 

T-L 
Pent'house, Pnt^-Hs 
Pen'tile, Pn^-T-L 
Pent'roof, Pnt^-Bf 
Pe'nult or Penult', P^ors 

-Nit 
Penult'ima, P'-Nl-T-M 
Penulfimate, ps-Nl-T- 

Mt 
PenumTjra, P^-N-M-Br 
Fenu'rious, pa-N-JJs 
Penu'rioualy, P»-N-ns-i 
Penu'iiousness, P^-N- 

BsTHs 
Pen'ury, P>-Hr 
Pe'on, pa-N 
Pe'ony, ps-N 
Peo'ple, (B.) P»-Pl IPV] 
Peo'ple, (II.) P»-P1, P»-Pld, 

ps-Pl-NG 
Pep'per, ps-Pr, P»-Prd, 

pa-Pr-NG 
Pep'per-corn, ps-Pr-E- 

fin 
Pep'per-grass, P'-Pr-Grs 
Pep'peridge, papr-J 
Pep'permint, P^-Pj-Mnt 
Pep'per-sauoe, ps-Pr-sS 
Pep'pery, P^-Pr 
Pep'ain, paPs-N 
Pep'tio, ps-P-T-E 
Per, Pr» 
Peradrenfure, Pr^-Dv- 

Ntr 



195 

Peram'bulate, Pr>-M- 

Blt, Pri-M-Bl-Td, Pr»-M- 
BltC) 
Perambula'tion, Pr^-M- 

Blshn 
Peram'bulator, Pr'-M- 

Bltr 
Per-an'num, P'-iJ-N-M 
PerceiVable-y, Prs'-T- 

Bl 
Perceive', Pr8»-V, Prs«- 

Vd,Prs8-V-NG 
Peroeiv'er, Prs»-V-E 
Pep-cent', pa-Bs-Nt 
Percent'um, pa-ite-N-T- 

M 
Percent'age, F'-Bs-TSt-J 
PeroeptiWl'ity, Prs'-Pt- 

Bl-T (-Bit) 
Percep'tible-y, Prs'-Pt- 

Bl 
Peroep'tion, Prsa-Pshn 
Pereep'tive, Prsa-Pt-V 
Percti, pa-B-CH, pa-fi. 

CHt, pa-fl-CH-NQ 
Perchance', Pr>-CHng 
Perch'er, pa-jj-CHr 
Perchlo'rate, Pra-El-«t 
Peroilor'io, Pri-El-R-E 
Peroh'-pest, pa-B-CH-Pst 
Percip'ience, Prs'-Pns 
Percip'ient, Prs«-Pnt 
Per'coid, Pra-K-D 
Per'oolate, Pra-E-it, Pra. 

K-£-Td, Pr«-E-Zt-NO 
Fercola'tion, Pra-E-£shu 
Per'colator, Pra-E-Xtr 
Perour'sory, Pra-Er-sK 
Percuss', PrS-Es, Pra-Est, 

Pra-Es-NG 
Percus'sion, Pra-Eshn 
Percus'sion-cap, Pr»- 

Eshn-K-P 
Percus'sion-lock, Pr'- 

Eshn-r-E 
Percus'sion-match, Pra- 

Eshn-M-CH 
Pf rcus'sive, Pra-Es-V 
Perou'tient, PrS-Kshnt 
Per-diem, Pra-D-M 
Per'difoil, pa-B-D-Pl 
Perdi'tion, Pja-Dshn 
Perdu' or Per'du, ^'ar'- 

B-D 
Per'due, pa-K-D 
Per'egrinate, Pra-6r-Nt 
Peregtina'tion, Pra-Gr- 

Nshu 
Fer'egrinator, Pra-Gr- 

Ntr 
Per'emptorily, Pra-Mt- 

JZl 
Per'emptoriuess, Pr*- 

Mt-R-Ha 
Per'emptory, Pra-Mt-B 
Peren'nial, pa-JS-N-L 
Peren'nially, pa-£n-£ 
Peren'ity, pa-j«-N-T 
Pererra'tlon, Pra-iZsbn 
Perfect, PrP-Kt 



PER 

Perfect', Prfa-Et, PrP-E. 

Td, Prfa-Et-NG 
Perfect'er, Prf a-Etr 
Perfeotibil'ity, PrP-Et- 

Bl-T (-Bit) 
Perfectibil'ian, PrfS-Kt- 

B-Ln 
Perfeo'tion, Prfa-Eslm 
Perfec'tiouism, Prf a - 

Eshnz-M 
Perl'ec'tionlst, Prfa-Eslm 

-St 
Perfect'ive, Prfa-Et-V 
Perfect'ivly, Prfa-Et- V-A 
Per'feotly,Prf3-Et-£ 
Fer'fectness, Prfa-Et-Ns 
Perfl'cient, Pr^-Fslint 
Perfld'ious, Prs-P-Ds 
Perfld'iously, Prs-F-D- 

sL 
Perfid'iousness, Pr^-F- 

Ds-Ks 
Fer'fldy, Pr'-r-D 
Perfo'liate, Pra-P-it 
Fer'forate, Prf a-Bt, Prfa- 

«-Td, Prf2-iJt-NG 
Ferfora'tion, Prf-Bsbn 
Fer'forative, Prfa-«t-V 
Fer'foratop, Prfa-«tr 
Perforce', Pra-F-Es 
Perform', Pri-P-B-M, Pr> 
-F-E-Md, Pri-F-E-M-NQ 
rPri-F, Pr^-F-D (see Pro. 
vide), Pr'-FC)] 
Perform'able, Pr'-F-E- 

M-Bl [Pri-F-Bl] 
Perform'ance, Pri-F-E- 

Mns [Pri-Fs] 
Ferform'er, Pri-F-fl-Mr 

tPri-r-Mr] 
Fer-fume, Pra-F-M 
Perfume', Pr»-F-M, Pr«- 

F-Md, Pr3-F-M-SG 
Perfum'er, Pr»-F-Mr 
Perfum'ery, Pr»-P-M-B 
Ferfiinc'torily, Prfs-NG- 

T-iei 
Ferfunc'tory, Prfa-N(3- 

T-« 
Perfuse', Pr»-Fz, Pr»-Fzd, 

Prs-Fz-NG 
Perfu'sion, Pra-Fzhn 
Perfu'sive, Pr^-Fs-V. 
Perhaps', Pr^-Ps 
Fe'ri, P»-B 
Per'ianth, pa-«-N-TH 
Fericar'diac, P'-iJ-Er-D- 

E 
Fericar'dial, P^-JB-Er-D- 

L 
Fericar'dian, P> - iJ - Er - 

Dn 
Perioar'dio, pi-iJ-Er-D-E 
Pericar'dium, P>-i2-Er- 

D-M 
Per'ioarp, pa-JJ-Er-P 
Feric'ope, pa-jJ-E-P 
Fericra'nium, pa-ii-Er- 
N-M 
erie'cian, pa-£-SHii 



PER 

Ferige'an, P«-R-Jn 
Fer'igee, ps-B-J 
Ferige'um, P»-2!-J-M 
Per'igraph, P»-B-Grf 
Perihel'ion, Pr»H-2,n 
Perihe'lium, Pr»-H-i-M 
Per'il, P2-B1, pa -iSld, ps- 

iJl-Na 
Pe'rilous, ps-ieis 
Per'ilously, P'-fil-si 
Per'ilousuesa, P^-ais-Ns 
Perim'eter, PH-Mtr 
Pe'riod, pa-B-D 
Period'io, pi-iJ-D-K 
Period'ical-Iy, P'-jj-d- 

El 
Periodic'ity, p»-b-Ds-T 
Ferios'teum, P'-J!s-T-M 
Peripatet'io, P»-fi-P-Tt.K 
Feripatet'icism, P2-«-P- 

T-T-szM 
Ferlpher'io, P^-H-F-E-K 
Peripher'ical, ps-B-F-R- 

El 
Feriph'ery, P'-i8f-Jj 
Fer'iphrase, Pr'-Frz, Prs 

Frzd, Pr2-Frz-NG 
Periph'rasis, Prf -Bss 
Feriphras'tio, Pr' - Frs - 

T-K 
Feriphras'tioal, Pr'-Frs- 

T-El 
Feripneumon'ic, pi - £ - 

P-N-Mn-E 
Feripneu'mony, PJ-fi-P- 

N-M-N 
Ferip'teral, P»-i!-Ptr-L 
Perip'terous, pa-a-Ptr-S 
Feris'cian, P>-fi-SHn 
Fer'iscope, P»-Rs-E-P 
Peris'cii, P'-jj-sh 
Feriaoop'io, P'-Ss-K-P-K 
Fer'ish, ps-B-SH, pa-B- 

SHt, p:-R-SH-Ka 
Per'ishable-y, ps-fi-SH- 

Bl 
Fer'iahablenesB, ps-£- 

SH-lJl-Ns [;B8] 
Per'isperm, P«-B-8Pr-M 
Perispher'ic, P"-K6-P-R- 

E 
Ferispher'ical, P«-JJs-F- 

B-El 
Peristal'tio, P>-Sb-T-//-t- 

E 
Fer'istyle, ps-Bs-T-L 
Peritone'mn, P"-Bt-N-M 
Peritro'pal, P«-B-Tr-Pl 
Periwig, ps-B-W-G, P«- 

B-W-Gd, PS-B-W-G-NO 
Fertwinkle. PS-B-W-NG- 

El 
Fer'Jure, Trs-Jr, Pr!- Jrd, 

PrS-Jr-NG 
Fer'iurer, Prs-Jr-R 
Perjury, ps-J-fl 
Ferk, pa-B-K, ps-fl-Et, P«- 

B-E-NG 
Fer'manence, Fr'-Mn- 
Nb 



196 

Fer'manency, Pr>-Mn- 

N-8 
Per'manent, Pra-Mn-Nt 
Per'manently, Pi'S-Mn- 

Nt-L 
Permeabil'ity, PrS-M-Bl- 

T 
Per'meable, PrS-M-Bl 
Per'meate, Pr"-M-T, Pr*- 

M-Td, Pr2-M-T-NQ 
Permea'tion, Pr'-Mshn 
Permis'cible, Pr>-Us-B 

L 
Fermia'Bible, Fra-MB-B- 

L 
Permia'aibly, Pr>-Ma-B- 

h 
Permul'sion, Pr>-M8hn 
Fermia'Bive, Pr»-Ms-V 
Permia'airely, Pra-Ms-V- 

L 
Fermiafion, Fr>-Ms-CHn 
Permit', Pr»-Mt, Pr»-M- 

Td, Pr»-Mt(-) 
Fer'mit, Pi-a-Mt 
Fermit'tance, Pr'-M-Tns 
Fermit'ter, Pp»-Mtr 
Permiz'tion, Pr»-M-Es- 

CHn 
Permuta'tion, Pr>-M- 

Tshn 
Permute', Pr^-Mt 
Permut'er, Prs-Mtp 
Perui'ciouB, PrS-N-SHs 
Perui'ciously, Pr»-N-SHs 

-JCr 

Pemi'ciouaneas, PrS-N- 

BHs-Ns 
Pemoeta'tlon, Prs-N-E- 

Ishn 
Per'one, pa-B-N 
Ferora'tion, pa-B-Bslm 
Feroz'ide, Pr'-Es-D 
Ferpend'er, P-B-Pndr 
Perpen'dicle, Pr»-Pn-D- 

El 
Perpendicular, Pp»-Pn- 

D-Kl-a [Pr»-Pn-D] 
Ferpendicular'ity, PrC 

Fn-D-EI-Bt [Pri-Pn-D] 
Ferpendic'ularly, Pr*- 

Pq-O-EI-B-Z 
Perpetrate, Pra-p-Trt, 

Pra-P-Tr-Td, Pra-P-TrtC) 
Ferpetra'tion, Pra - p - 

Trshn 
Fer'petrator, Pra:P-Trtr 
Perpet'ual-ly, Pp«-P-CH1 
Perpet'uate, Prs-P-OHt, 

Pra-P-CH-Td, Pi«-P-OHt- 

NG 
Ferpetua'tion, Ppa-P- 

CHslin 
Perpetu'ity, Pr»-P-T-T 
Perplex', Pra^Pl-EB, Pr*- 

Pl-Kst, Pra-Pl-EB-NG 
Ferplex'edly, Prs-Pl-KB- 

D-£ 
Ferplex'ity, Prapi-Es-T 
Fer'quiaite, Pra-Ewz-T 



PER 

Ferquiai'tion, Pt». 

Ewz«An 
Per'ry, pa K 
Per'seoute, pa-Bs-Et, pa. 
Bs-K-Td, P2-«s-Kt-NG. 
See ProBecute, etc. 
Peraecu'tion, P'-Bs- 

Eshn. See Prosecution. 
Fer'aecutor, P^ -Bs-Etr 
Fersever'ance, Pre'-V. 

Bns 
Persevere', Prs' - V - E, 
Prsa-V-Bd. PrB»-V-K-NG 
Per'aian, pa-B-SHn 
FerseTer'ingly, Prs«-V- 

R-NGl 
Fer'aiflage, Prs»-Fl-ZH 
Fersim'mon, Pr^.gHn 
Persist', PrBaa-T, PrssL 

Td, Prss'-T-NG 
Fersist'ence, FrBsS-Tiis 
Persist'ency, Prs8"-Tn-S 
Persiat'ent, Prssa-Tnt 
Feraiat'ive, PrsB»-TT 
Fer'aon, Prsa-N 
Fer'aonable, PrsS-N-Bl 
Fer'aonage, Prsa-N-J 
Fer'Bonal-ly, Praa-Nl 
Peraonal'ity, PrB'-Nl-T 
Per'Bonate, Prsa-Nt, Prs' 

•N-Td, Frsa-Nt-NG 
Peraona'tion, Prsa-Nslm 
Fer'sonator, Prea-Ntr 
Feraonifloa'tion, Frs'-N- 

F-Eshn 
Person'ify, Pra« - N - F, 

Prsi-N-Fd, Prs»-N-P-NG 
Personnel', Praa-N-L 
Perspec'tive, PrB«-P-Kt- 

V 
Perapec'tively, Pps'-P- 

Et-v-L 
Perspec'tograph, Prsi- 

P-E-T-Grt 
Perapica'cioas, Praa-p- 

E-SHs 
Ferspica'ciously, Prsa- 

P-E-SHb-£ 
Ferspica'ciDusness, 

Prsa-P-E-SHa-Na 
Perspicacity, Prs>-P-KB- " 

T X 

Ferspiou'ity, PrsS-P-E-T 
Ferspic'aouB, Prs»-P-E-8 
Perspicuously, Prs'-P- 

E-Sl 
Ferspic'uousness, Pra'- 

P-Ks-Na 
Ferspirabirity, Prs'-P- 

B-Blt 
Perapir'able, Prs>-P-B-Bl 
Ferspira'tion, Prsa - P • 

Relxn 
Ferspir'ative, Prai-P-Bt- 

V 
Perapir'atory, Prsi-p-B- 

1-K 
Ferspire', Prs'-P-B, Prs>- 

P-Rd PrB'-P-fi-NG 
Peratringe', Pr»-sTr-K- J 



PER 

Persuad'able-y, Pr"- 

sWd-Bl 
Persuade', Pr^-sWd, Pr>- 

sW-Dd, Pr!!-sWa-Na 
Persuad'er, Pr^-sWdr 
Persuaslbil'ity, Pr«-sWs- 

B-it 
Persua'sible, Pr«-sWs-B 

(-L) 
Persua'siblenesa, Pr»- 

sWe-B-i-Ns [iBs] 
Persua'sion, Pr^-eWzhn 
Persua'sive, Prs-sWa-V 
Persua'sively, Pr^-sWa- 

V-ii 
Persua'siveness, Fi>- 

bWs-\-N3 [iVs] 
Persua'soryi Pr"-BWs-a 
Pert, P2-Et 
Pertain', Pi«-Tn, Pr»-Tna, 

Pfi-Xn-NG. Bee A^er- 

tain, . 
Pertina'cious, F^-iit-N- 

BHa 
Pertina'oioiisly, ps -flt- 

N-SHs-i 
Pertina'ciousuess, F^ - 

Bt-N-SHs-Ns 
Pertiuao'ity, pi-JZt-Ns-T 
Per'tiuenoe, P^-iit-Nns 
Per'tinenoy, P2-J!t-Nn-S 
Per'tinent, P>-Kt-Nnt 
Per'tinently, pa-JJt-Nnt- 

i 
Pert'ly, pa-Et-i 
PerPness, ps-fit-Ns 
Perturb', Frt^-B-B 
Per'turbate, Prts-B-Bt 
Perturba'tion, Prta-iJ- 

Bshn 
Pertu'sion, Fr^-Tzlin 
Per'uke,Fs-iJ-K 
Peru'sal, pa-Hz-L 
Peruse', P»-az, F»-JSzd, 

ps-iJz-Na 
Perus'er, ps-K-Zr 
Peru'vian, P»-B-Vn 
Pervade', PrS-Vd, Fr^-V- 

Dd, Pr2-Vd-Na 
Perva'sion, Pr^-Vzhn 
Perva'sive, PrS-Vs-V 
Perverse', Fry>-Bg 
Perverse'ly, Prv»-Rs-i 
Perverae'ness, Frv'-Ss- 

Ns 
Perver'siOQ, Prvs-flshn 
Pervers'ity, Prv2-/Js-T 
Pervers'ive, Prr^-Hs-V 
Pervert', Prvs-iet, PrT»-iJ- 

Td, Prv2-Bt-NG 
Per'vert, Frv^-iSt 
Pervert'er, FrrS-iJtr 
Pervert'ible, Frvs-flt-Bl 
Pervestlga'tiou, Prs-Vs- 

T-Gshn 
Per'vious, Pr»-Vs 
Per'vioiisness, Prs-Ys-Ns 
Pesade', Ps>-D 
Pesk'y, P2-BK 
Pes'sary, P^-sB 



197 

Pes'simism, P'-sM-z 
Fes'simiat, P^-sMst 
Pest, Pst> 
Pes'ter, Fstr», P-eTrd, 

Pstr(-)' 
Pes'terer, Pstr^-B 
Pest'-house, Fst^-Hs 
Pestiferous, PsS-T-Frs 
Pestiferously, Pss-T-Frs 

-L 
Pes'tilenoe, Ps^-T-ins 
Pes'tileat, Ps^-T-int 
Pestilen'tial, Fs^-T-i-N- 

SHI [F8i!-T-in] 
Pestilen'tially, Ps»-T-£' 

N-Sai [Ps2-T-i;n] 
Pes'tilently, Fss-T-int-Z 
Pes'tle, Fs»-L, Ps2-Ld, 

Psa-L-Na 
Pet, Pt2, F=-Ta, Pt(-)! 
Pet'al or Petal, Ft=o)*-L 
Pet'alism, Pt^-iz-M 
Pet'aloid, Pts-i-D 
Fet'alous, Ft3-£a 
Petar', Ft>-R 
Petard', Pt'-Kd 
Petardeer', Ft3-Rd-E 
Petec'chial, ps-T-K-L 
Pete'ohlal, pa-T-K-L 
Pe'ter Punk, Ptr^-F-NG- 

K 
Pe'ter-penoe, Ptr»-Fns 
Pet'iolar, pa-T-i-R 
Pet'iolary, pa-T-i-B 
Pet'iolate, pa-T-it 
Pet'iole, pa-T-Ii 
Pet'it, F2-T 
Pet'it-jury, P>-T-Jr 
Feti'tion, F'-Tshn, P'- 

Tslind, PS-Tshn-NG 
Peti'tionary, ps-Tslm-B 
Petitionee', pa-T-Sff-N 
Peti'tioner, P'-Tshn-R 
Fet'it-maitre, pa-X-Mtr 
Petre'an, pa-Tr-N 
Pet'rel, Fta-Bl 
Petres'oenoe, P'-Trs-Ns 
Petres'oent, ps-Trs-Nt 
Fetrifao'tion, Pt'-B-F- 

Eshn 
Petrif io, PH-B-F-K 
Fetrifao'tive, Pti-B-F-K- 

Tv 
Petrifica'tion, Pt>-B-F- 

Eshn 
Pet'rifled, Pta-K-Fd 
Pet'rify, Pta-B-F, Fta-B- 
_ Fd, Pta-B-F-NG 
Petro'leum, pa-Tr-£-M 
Pet'ronel, P«-Tr-Nl 
Petrosi'lex, pi-Tr-si-Ks 
Petrosilic'ious, pa-Tr-si 

-Sfls 
Pe'trous, pa-Trs 
Pet'ted, pa-Td 
Pet'tiooat, pa-T-Kt 
Pet'tlfog, Pt«-F-G, Pta-F- 

G-D, Pta-F-G-NG 
Pet' tlfoKger, Pta-P-Gr 
Pet'tifoggery, Pta-F-Gr 



PHA 

Pet'tily, pa-T-i 
Pet'tiness, pa-T-Hs 
Fet'tish, Pta-SH 
Fet'tishly, Pta-SHl 
Pot'tishness, Pta-SH-Ns 
Fet'titoes, Puta-Tz. See 

Potatoti. 
Pet'to, pa-T 
Fet'ty, pa-T, pa-T-E, pa- 

Tst 
Pet'ulance, Pta-Zns 
Fet'ulancy, Pta-Zn-S 
Fet'ulant, Pta-znt 
Fet'ulantly, Pta-Lnt-i 
Petu'nia, pa-T-N 
Pew, P» 

Pew'-door, P»-Dr 
Pe'wet. pa-Wt 
Pe'wit, pa-Wt 
Pew'ter, Ptr^ 
Pew'terer, PtrS-E 
Pha'eton, Fa-Tn 
Phalan'gal, Fi-L-NG-Gl 
Phalau'ges, F>-L-N-Jz 
Fhalan'gial, F'-L-N-J-L 
Phalanste'rian, Fia-Ns- 

T-Bn 
Phalanste'rianism, Fia- 

Ns-T-Bnz-M 
Phal'anstery, FU-Ns-T- 

B 
Pha'lanx, Fa<iri-L-NG-Ks 
Fbal'arope, F'-i-B-P 
Fhan'tasm, Fnt'-Z-M 
Fhantasmago'ria, Fnta- 

Z-M-G-B 
Phantasmagor'ic, Fnti- 

Z-M-Gr-K 
Fhantas'magory, Fnti- 

Z-M-Gr 
Phantas'tio, Fnti-st-K 
Fhantas'tical, Fnti-St-EI 
Phan'tasy, Fnti-S 
Phan'tom, Fnti-M 
Fharaon'io, Fi-B-N-K 
Pharisa'iQ, Fa-Bs-K 
Pharisa'ical, Fa-Bs-K-Ii 
Pharisa'icalness, pa-Bs- 

K-L-Ns 
Phar'isaism, Fi-B-Sz-M 
Fharise'an, F'-Bs-N 
Fhar'iaee, F^-B-S 
Fharmaceu'tic, F'-R-Ms 

-T-K 
Pharmaceu'tical, pa-R- 

Ms-T-Kl 
Pharmaeeu'tios, pa-R- 

Ms-T-Ks 

Pharmaceu'tist, pa-R- 

Phar'maoiat, pi-R-Ms-St 
Fharmacol'ogist, F^ - R- 

M-Kl-Jst 
Pharmaool'ogy, F'-R- 

M-Kl-J 
Pharmacopoe'ia, pa-R- 

M-K-P 
Pharmaoop'olist, F>-K- 

M-K-P-Lst 
Phar'maoy, F'-R-M-S 



PHA 

I>ha'ros, F'-Rs 
Fharynge'al, r»-fl-N-J-L 
Pharyngi'tis, F'-B-N-J- 

Ta 
Fharyngot'omy, F>-£- 

N-Gt-M 
Phar'yiix, Si-JJ-NG-Ks 
Fhase, Fz' 
FhafsiB, X'ss* 
Pheas'ant, Fz>-Nt 
Phenakis'toscope, Fn' 

Ks-T-sK-P 
Phe'nix, Fn'-Ks 
Phenom'ena, Fn>-M-N 
Plienoin'enal-l7, Fni-M- 

Nl 
Pheiiom''enon, Fui-M- 

Kn 
Pheese, Fz» 
Phees'y, r^Z 
Phi'al, Fi-L 
Philan'der, Fi-Zndr 
Philanthrop'io, Flnthri- 

P-K 
Fhilanthrop'ical, 

Flnthr>-P-Kl 
Philan'tbropist, Flnthr' 

-Pst 
Philan'thropy, Flnthr'- 

P 
Philhaimon'ic, Fl'-Hr- 

M-N-K 
Fhilhenenist, Ti'-n-Ln. 

St 
Phll'ibee,F»-i-B-G 
Philip'pio.Fa-i-P-K 
Philippine', FS-£-Pn 
Phil'ippize, F«-i-Pz 
Philis'tiue, Fls»-Tn 
Philol'oger, Fli-i-Jr 
Philolog'ic, Fli-i-J-K 
Philolog'ioal, Fli-i-J-K] 
Philol'ogist, Fl'-£-Jst 
Pbilol'ogize, TV-L-lz 
Philol'ogy, Fl'-£-J 
Phil'omath, P1»-M-TH 
Philomath'ic, F1>-M-TH- 

E 
Philom'athy, Fl'-M-TH 
Phil'omel, F'-i-Ml 
Philome'la, v-L-M-L 
Philope'na, Fs-i-P-N 
Philoprogen'itivenesB, 

FlsPr^J-NTT-Ns [Fis- 

Pr-Jnt:Vs] 
Fhilo8*opher, Fls'-F-B 
Philosopb'lc, Fls'-F-K 
Philosoph'ical-ly, Flsi- 

F-Kl 
FhiloB'ophism, Fls'-Fz- 

M 
PMIos'ophist, Flsi-Fst 
PhilOB'ophize, Fls'-Fz. 

Fls"-rzd.Flsi-Fz-NG 
Philos'ophy, Fls'-F 
Phiiostor'gy, Fl8>-T-B-J 
Philotech'nic, FH-T-K- 

N-K 
Philotech'nioal, Fia-T- 

E-N-Kl 



198 

PJuyter, FH-itr, ' E»-£- 

Trd, Fa-itr-Na 
Phiz, Fz» 
Phlebofomist, Fli- m- 

Mst 
Phlebot'omize, FU-Bt- 

Mz, Fli-Bt-Mzd, Fl>-Bt- 

Mz-Na 
Phlebot'omy, Fli-Bt-M 
Phlegm, Fl'-U 
Phlegioat'ie, Fl>-a-Mi-E 
Phlegmat'ical-ly, Fli-a- 

Mt-Kl 
Phleg'mon, Fis-G-Mn 
Phleg'mououa, Fl^-G-M- 

Ns 
Phleme, Fl^-M 
Phlogis'tic, F1'-J-bT-K • 
Phlogis'ton, Fl'-J-sTn 
Phlox, FU^Ks 
Phce'nix, Fn'-Ks 
Phonascet'ies, F^^-Ns-T- 

Es 
Phona'tion, FS-Nshn 
Phonet'io, F"-Nt-K 
Phonet'ical-Iy, F^-Kt-Kl 
Phonet'ii;s, F'-Nt-Es 
Phon'etist, F'-N-Tst 
Phon'io, Fn'-K 
Phon'ical, Fi-JT-Kl 
Fhon'ics, Fn>-E8 
Phonocamp'tio, F>-N-E' 

Mt-E 
Pho'nogrom, F»-N-Gr-M 
Pho'nograph, 'e'-TH-Grtt 
Phonog'Tapher,Fi-N-Gr- 

Fr [Fui-JJ] 
Phonograph'io, Fi - N - 

Grf-E [Fn»-E] 
Phonograph'ical, Fi-N- 

Gr-F-El [Fn'-E-L] 
Fhonograph'ically, F'- 

N-Gr-F-EI [Fnl-E-£] 
Phonog'raphiat, F>-N- 

Gr-Fst 
Phonog'iaphy, F'-N-Gr- 

F [Fn»] 
Pho'nolito, F«-K-it 
Phonol'oger, Fi-Nl-Jr 
Phonolog'ic, pi-Kl-J-E 
Phonolog'ioail-ly, F'-Kl- 

J-El 
Phonol'ogist, Fi-Nl-Jst 
Phonol'ogy, F'-Nl- J 
Pho'notype, Fs-N-T-P 
Phouotyp'ie, F»-N-T-P-E 
Phonotyp'ical-ly, F'-N- 

TP-El 
Phonot'ypist, Fi-Nt-Pst 
Phonot'ypy, F'-Nt-P 
Pho'siue, Fs«-N 
PhOB'phate, Fs>-Ft 
Phos'phite, Fsi-Fit 
Phos'phor, Fs>-F-B 
PhOB'phorate, Fs'-F-Bt. 

Fs'-F-a-Td, Fsi-P-«t-NG 
Phos'phorated, Fs>-F-JJ- 

Td 
FhosphoreBce', Fs»-F-Sb. 

FsS-F-Kst, Fs»-F-Bs-NG 



PHT 

Fhosphorea'cence, F8<- 

F-iJs-Ns 
Fhosphores'cent, Fs»-p. 

Be-m 
Phosphor'ic, Fsi-F-B-E 
PhOBphor'ical, Fs'-F-B- 

El 
FhoB'phOTOUB, Fsi-F-£8 
Phos'phorus, Fsi-F-Bb 
PhoB'phuret, F8>-F-£t 
Fhos^huretted, Fs>-F- 

B-Td 
Photogeu'io, FtJ- J-N-E 
Photog'eny, Fti-J-N 
Pho'tograph, Fts-Grf, 

Ft«-Grtt, Ft«-Grf-NG 
Fhotog'rapber, Fti-Oiv 

Fr 
Photograph'ic, Fti-Orf. 

E 
Fhotograph'ical, Ft'-Gr 

-F-Kl 
Photog'raphist, Ft>-Gt^ 

Fst 
Photog'raphy, Ft'-Gr-F 
Fhotol'ogy, Fi-X-i-J 
Photom'eter, F'-T-Mtr 
Photom'etay, Fi-T-M-Tr 
Phrase, Frz^, Frzd', Ftz>- 

NG 
Phrase'-book, Frz*-B-E 
Phrase'lesB, Ftz^-Lb 
Phra'seogram, Fi^-zGr- 

M [Frz!-G-M] 
Pha'seograph, Fi*-zGrf 

JFrzH-Gf] 
Phraseog'rapher, Fr' - 

zGr-Fr [Frzi-G-Fr] 
Fhraseograph'ic, Fr>- 

zGrf-E [Frz'-Gf-K] 
Fhraseog'raphy, Fri- 

zGr-F [Frz'-G-F] 
Phraseolog'ic, Ft>-z£-J- 

E 
Phraseolog'ical, Fr>-z£- 

J-Kl 
Fhraseorogy, Frz>-Ii-J 

[Frzi-J] 
PhraBe'-Bign, Frz8>-K 
Phrase'-writing, Fi8>- 

iet-NG 
Phrenet'ic, Fr«-JIt-E 
Phreni'tis, Fri-N-Ts 
Phrenolog'ic, Fri-Nl-J-E 
Phrenologlcal-ly, Fr>- 

Nl-J-Kl 
Phrenol'ogiBt, Fri-OT- 

Jst 
Phrenol'ogy, Fri-Nl- J 
Fhreuomag'netism, Fr> 

-N-M-G-Ntz-M [Fr»-N- 

M :T-zM] 
Phren'ay, Fi*-N-Z 
Phryg'ian, Fr»-Jn 
Phthfs'io, T»-zK 
PhthiB'ical, Tza-Kl 
Phthis'icky, T»-zE 
Phthi'Bis, TH6B> 
Phthongom'eter, TH'- 

NG-G-Mtr 



PHT 199 

Phylao'ter, F'-i-Ktr 
Phylao'tevy, Fi-i-K-Tr 
Phy'laroh, Fi-£-B-K 
Physe'ter, F'-sTr 
Phys'io, lex'-K, Fzs-Kt, 

F2«-K-NG 
Phys'ioal-ly, Tzs-Kl. See 

Fiscal, 
Physi'oian, Tzshn" 
Phys'iciat, Pz»-Sst 
Phys'ios, Fzs-Ks 
Physiognomic, Fzi-G. 

N-M-K 
Physiogiioiii''icaI, Fzi 

G-N-M-Kl 
Physiognom'ica, Fz>-a 

N-M-Ks 
Physiog'noiiiist, Fzt-G' 

N-Mst 
Phyaiog'noiny, Fz>-G-N- 

M 
Physiog'raphy, F»-zGr- 

P 
Physiol'oger, T^zL-Jr 
Physiolog'ic, F'-zi-J-K 
Physiologioal-ly, F'-zi- 

J-Kl 
Physiol'ogist, F'-zi- Jst 
Physiol'ogy, T^-zL-S 
Physique', Fz»-cK 
PhytiT'orous, F»-T-Vhi 
Phytog'raphy, F'-T-Gp- 

P 
Phytol'ogiat, P'-T-i-Jst 
Phytol'ogy, F'-T-t-J 
Phytoph'agous, F'-Tf- 

Gs 
Phytot'omy, Fi-Tt-M 
Pi, P», Pi-D, Pi-NG 
Piao'ular, P'-K-£r 
Piac'ulous, F<-E-£b 
Pi'a Ma'ter,I«-Mtr 
Piania'simo, Fi-Ns-M 
Pia'nist, P"-Nst 
Pia'no, P'-N 

Pia'no-forte, pi-N-P-Je-T 
Pias'ter, Pstr' 
Fiaz'za, P'-Z 
Pib'-oom, ps-B-Km 
Pi'brooh, P«-Br-K 
Pi'oa, pi-K 
Picador', pi-K-Dr 
Picaroon', p3-K-J8n 
Picayune , ps-K-Yn 
Plo'caliUi,P»-K-Z-i 
Pick, ps-K, pa-Kt, P«-K- 

NG 
Fick'aninny, pa-K-N-N 
Pick'apack, P^-K-P-K 
Pick'az or Piok'axe, V- 

K-Ks 
Pick'back. P^-K-BK 
Pick'ed, ps-K-D 
Pick'ednesB, p^-Ed-Ns 
Piokeer', P»-K.B, P>-K- 

iJd. P8-K-E-NG 
Piok'er, P'-Kr. 

Eiok'erel, P'-Kr-L _ ,. 

Piok'et, P»-Kt, pa-K-Td, Eig'-eyed, pa^-i-D 
P«-Kt-NG iPig'gery, pa-Gr 



Pick'et-guord, pa-Kt-Grd 
Piok'ing, P»-K-SG 
Pick'eting, F>-Kt-NG 
Piok'le, P8-K1, pa-KM, 

pa-Kl-NG 
Pick'led,pa.Kld 
Pick'ling, pa-Kl-NG 
Pick'ling-house, pa-Kl- 

NG-Hs 
Piok'look, pa-K-Z-K 
Piek'poeket, pa-K-P-Kt 
Pick'thank, pa-K-IH-KG- 

E 
Piok'tooth, pa-K-T-TH 
Pick'wick, pa-E-W-E 
Pio'nio, pa-E-N-K 
Pict, Pa-Et 
Piet'ish, pa-Et-SH 
Picto'rial-ly, ps-E-T-Hl 
Piot'ural, pa-Kt>Ii 
Piet'ure, pa-Etr, pa-E- 

CHrd, pa-Ktr-NG 
Pict'ured, pa-E-CHrd 
Piot'urer, pa-Etr-B 
Picturesque', P»-Ktr-S-E 
Picturesque'ly, pa-Etr- 

S-El 
Picturesque'uess, P'- 

Ktr-S-E-Ns 
Pic'ul, pa-El 
Pid'dle, Pa-Dl 
Pid'dler,P»-Dl-B 
Pie, Pi . 
Pie'baad,P'-Bld 
Piece, Psa, Pst«,Psajr& 
Pieced, Pst» 
Piece'-gooda, pa-aOdz 
Fiece'Ieas, pa-sLs 
Piece'meal, pa-sM-li 
Pie'cer,P»-6B 
Pieoe'work, pa-aWr-K 
Pied, P'-D 
Pied'ness, P>-D.Na 
Pier, pa-E 
Pierce, P»-Bs, pa-Bat, P»- 

Pierced, pa-Bst 
Pieroe'able, pa-JSa-B (-L) 
Pier'eer, pa-Es-B 
Pierc'ingly, Pa-iJs-NG-L 
Pierc'ingneaa, pa-iJs-NQ 

-Na 
Pier'-glass, pa-E-Gls 
Pie'rian, pa-iJn 
Pier'-table, P«-B-T-B1 
Pi'etism, pi-T-zM 
Pi'etist, Pi-Tst 
Pi'ety, pi-T 
Pietist'ic, P»-Ta-T-K 
Pietiat'ical, pa-Ts-T-El 
Pig, pa-G, P»-Gd, pa-G-NG 
Pig'eon, pa-Jn 
Pig'geon-box, pa-Jn-B- 

Es 
Pig'eon-hole, pa-J-N-Hl 
Pig'eon-house, pa-J-N- 

Hs 
Pig'eonry, pa-J-Nr 



pm 

Pig'ein, pa-Gn 
Pig'-headed, pa-G-H-Dd 
Pig'-iron, pa-G-i-Bn 
Pig'-lead, pa-G-L-D 
Pigme'an, pa-G-Mn 
Pig'ment, pa-G-Mnt 
Pigmeut'al, P--G-Miit-£ 
Pig'my, pa-G-M 
Pignora'tion, pa - G - 

Nrshn, 
Pig'norative, pa-G-Nrt-V 
Pig'nut, pa-G-Nt 
Pig'-sty, pa-Ga-T 
Pig'tail, pa-G-T-L 
Pike, Pi-E 
Pik'ed, pi-E-D 
Pike'ma^ pi-K-Mn 
Pike'atafg pi-Es-Tf 
Pilas'ter, pi-£str 
Pilas'tered, Pi-£s-Trd 
Pil'chard, pa-i-CHrd 
Pile, Pi-L, P»-Ld. P>-L- 

NG 
Pil'eate, pa-X-X 
Pil'eated, pa-i-Td 
Pile'-driver, pi-i-Dr-Vr 
Pile'-engine, P>-Z-N-Jn 
Pil'er, pi-i-E 
Piles, P'-Xz 
Pil'fer, pa-i-Fr, pa-i-Frd, 

pa-i-Fr-NG 
Pil'ferer, pa-z-Pr-B 
Pilgar'lio, Pi-Z-Gr-Z-K 
Pil'grim, Pia-Gr-M 
Fil'grimage, Pia-Gr-M- J 
Piliferous, P»-Z-Fra 
Pilig'erous, pa-Z- Jia 
Pill, Pa-L, pa-Ld, pa-L-NG 
Pil'lage, pa-Z-J, pa-Z-Jd, 
pa-i-J-NG 

Pillager, pa-Z-Jr 

Pil'lar, ps-Z-B 

PU'lared, pa-Z-«d 

Pillau', P'-Z 

Pill'ion, pa-Zn 

Pil'lory, pa-Z-B, pa-Z-Bd, 
pa-i./f.NG 

Pil'low, pa-Z, pa-Z-D, PS- 
Z-NG 

Pil'low-bier, P»-Z-Br 

Pil'lQW-blook, pa-Z-Bl- 
K 

Pil'low-case, pa-Z-Es 

Pilose', pa-ia 

Pilos'ity, Pi-Za-T 

Pi'lot, P»-Zt, P'^Z-Td, Pi- 
Zt-NG 

Fi'lotage, P>-zt-J 

Pi'lot-bread, P»-Zt-Brd 

Pi'lot-cloth, Pi-Zt-El-TH 

Pi'lot-flah, pi-Zt-F-Sfl' 

Pi'lous, P'-Za 

Pimen'ta, pa-M-N-T 

Pimea'to, P=-M-N-T 

Pimp, P»-M-P, pa-Mt, P»- 
M-P-NG 

Pim'pernel, pa-M-PT-NI 

Pim'ple, pa-M-Pl 

Pim'pled, pa-M-Pld 

Pim'ply, P=-M-P1 



pm 

Pin, Pn«, Pud', Pn»-NG 
Pin'Bfore, pa-N-F-B 
Pin'-oase, Pn»-KB ■ 
Pin'cers, P^-Nb-Bz 
Pinch, pa-N-CH, P«-N-CHt, 

P»-N-CH-Na 
PinohTjeok, P'-N-CH-B- 

K 
Pinoh'er, ps-N-CHr 
Pinoh'ers, P^-N-OHrz 
Pin'cusliiou, Pn'-Kslm 
Pindar'io, Pu'-D-iJ-K 
Pindar'ioal, Pni-D-iJ-Kl 
Pine, Pni, Pnd», Pn>-NG 
Pine'al or Fin'eal, pa-N- 

L 
Pine'-apple, pi-N-pi 
Pine'-barreu, Pn'-B-En 
Plne'-martin, Pni-M-B- 

Tn 
Pin'ery, Pi-Nr 
Pin'-feather. Pns-rahr 
Pinfold, Pn»-F-La 
Pin'-footed, Pn»-r-Td 
Pin'hole, pa-N-Hl 
Pin'ion, Pna.N, Pn'-Nd, 

Pna-N-NG 
Pink, P»NG-K, P»-NG-Kt, 

pa-NG-K-NG 
Pink'ey,ps-NG-K 
Pink'-eye, pa-NG-K-i 
Pink'root, pa-NG-K-ift 
Pink'-stemed, pa-NG- 

Es-T-And 
Pin'maker, Pna-M-Kr 
Pin'-money, Pna-M-N 
Pin'nace, P"-Ng 
Pin'nacle, pa-N-Kl 
Pin'nacled, pa-jj-Kld 
Pin^nate, pa-N-T 
Pin'ated, pa-N-Td 
Pinnat'ifljd, Pi-N-T'-D 
Pin'natifld, P«-N-Tf-D 
Pinnat'iped, P»-N-T-Pd 
Pm'natiped, P»-N-T-Pd 
Pinned, Pnda 
Pin'ner, pa-Nr 
Pin'ning, Pna-N G 
Pint, Pnti 
Pin'tle, Pnta-L 
Pin'-worm, pa-N-Wr-M 
Pin'y, pi-N 
Pioneer', pa-Nr, pa-Nrd, 

pa-Nr-NG 
Pi'ony, Pi-N 
Pi'ous, Pi-S 
Pi'ously, pi-Bl 
Pi'ous-minded, p»-s- 

Mn-Dd 
Pip, pa-P 
Pipe, Pi-P, Pi-P-T, pi-P- 

NG 
Pipe'-olay, P>-P-K1 
Piped, p>-p-T 
Pipe'-layer, pi-P-i-E 
PipeMaylng, P'-P-i-NG 
Pipe'-man, P>-P-Mn 
Pip'er, pi-Pr 
Pip'eridge, pa-Pr-J 
Pip'erin,pa-Pr-N 



200 

Pip'ine, P'-P-NG 
Pip'kin,pa-P-Sn 
Pip'pin, pa-Pn 
Piqu'ancy, pa-En-S 
Piqu'ant, Pa-Knt 
Piqu'antly, Pa-Knt-i; 
Pique, pa-K, P«-Kt, pa-K- 

NG 
Piquet', pa-Kt 
Pi'racy, pi-iJ-S 
Pira'gua, VhR-Gw 
Pirate, pi-fit, pi-iS-Td, 

P>-iJt-NG 
Pi'rated, P»-i5-Td 
Pirat'ioal-ly, pi-Bt-Kl 
Pirl, ps-ai 
Pirn, pa-iJn 
Pirogue', P«-J!-G 
Pirouette.', pa-B-T, ps-JJ- 

Td, ps-B-T-NG 
Piscary, pa-sK-B 
Pisca'tion, pa-sEslm 
Pisoato'rial, P>-bK-T-bi 
Pis'oatory, pa-sK-T-B 
Pis'oes, Psz» 
Pis'oioulture, pa-S-Kltr 
Pisoiv'orous, Psa-V-Bs 
Pise', pa-Z 
Pish, pa-SH 
Pis'mire, pa-sM-B 
Pi'solite,pi-sit 
Pisolit'ic, pa-s£-T-K 
Pis'sasphalt, pa-sS-Plt 
Fista'cbio, Ps=-T-/5rff 
Pistareen', Psa-T-Bn 
Pis'til, Pea-T-L 
Pis'tillate, Psa-T-it 
Pis'toi, Psa-T-L, PsS-T-Ld, 

Psa-T-L-NG 
Pis'tole, Psa-T-L 
Pis'tolet, Psa-T-Zt 
Pis'ton, Psa-Tn 
Pit, Pta, pa-Td, Pt(')a 
Pit'apat, pa-T-Pt 
Pitch, pa-CH, pa-CHt, pa. 

CH-NG 
Pitoh'er, Pa-CHr 
Pitch'-farthing, pa-CH- 

FrDH-NG 
Pitoh'fork, pa-CH-Pr-K 
Pitoh'iuess, pa-CH-Ns 
Pitoh'ing, pa-CH-NG 
Pitoh'-pine, pa-CH-Pn 
Piteh'-pipe, pa-CH-P-P 
Pitoh'-stone, pa-OH-sTn 
Pitoh'y, pa-CH 
Pit'-coal, Pta-Kl . 
Pit'eoua, pa-Tg 
Pit'eously, pa-T-Sl 
Pit'eousnesB, pa-Ts-Ks 
Pit'fall, Pta-F-L 
Pith, P»-TH 
Pith'ily, pa-TH-/- 
Pith'iness, pa-TH-Ns 
Pith'less, pa-TH-is 
Pith'y, pa-TH, pa-TH-B, 

pa-THst 
Pit'iaWe, P»-T-B1 
Pit'iablenesB, p«-t-bi-Ns 

t!Bs] 



PLA 

Pjt'ied, pa-Td 
Pit'iful-ly, pa^T-Pl 
Pit'ifulness, pa-T-pi-ntB 

[!F6] 
Pit'iless, pa-T-ZB 
Pit'ilesBly, pa-T-is-Z 
Pit'ilessnesB, pa-T-Zs-Ks 

1!Zb] 
Pit'man, Pt>-JIn 
Pit'saw, pa-T-S 
Pit'taoal,pa-T-Kl 
Pit'tance, pa-TnB 
Pit'ted, pa-Td 
Pitu'itary, pa-T-T-B 
Pitu'itous, pa-T-Ts 
Pit'y, pa-T, pa-Td, pa-T- 

NG 
Piv'ot, pa-Vt, P»-Y-Td, 

pa-Vt-NG 
Pix, pa-Ks 
Pix'ing, pa-Ks-NG 
Pix'y, pa-K-8 
Pix'y-led, P».K-S-Z-D 
Pix'y-ring, pa-E-BsB-lTG 
Placabil'ity, Pia-K-Bl-T 

(-Bit) 
Pla'cable, PI=-K-B1 
Pla'cableness, Pia-K-Bl- 

Ns [!Bs] 
Placard', Pl'-Krd, Pli-Kr- 

Dd, Pl'-Krd-NG 
Pla'cate, Pl^-Kt, Pl'-K- 

Td, Pl«-Kt-NQ 
Plaufe, Pl8«, Plsf. Plss-NG 
Place'man, Pia-Blln 
Plaoen'ta, Plsa-K-T 
Pla'eer, Pl«-sB 
Placer', Pia-TH-B or Pis- 

SB 
Plao'id, Pls'-D 
Placid'ity, Plga-D-T 
Plao'idly, Pls'-D-Z 
Plac'idness, P]s>-D-Xs 
Plaok'et, Pl'-Kt 
Plac'oid, Pl'-K-D 
Pla'gal, P1«-G1 
Pla'giarism, Fl'-Jr-zH 
Pla'giarist, Pia Jxst 
Pla'giarize, Pl'-Jrz, Pia- 

Jrzd, Pis-Jrz-NG 
Pla'giary. Pia-J-B 
Plague, Pia-G, PH-Gd, 

Pia-G-NG 
Plague'ful, Pl"-G-ri 
Plague'less, Pia-a-Zs 
Flagu'er, Pl'-Gr 
Plague'mark, Pia-G-Mr- 

E 
Plague'spot, Pl>-Gs-Pt 
Plagu'ily, Pl«.G-z 
Plagu'y, PH-a 
Plaice, Pls» 
Plaid, PU-D 
Plaid'ed, Pli-Dd 
Plain, (a.) Pin", Pia-Nr, 

PIn!-St 
Plain, (r.) Pin", Plnd', 

Pln>-NG 
Plain'-dealer, Plu^-D-Z- 

B 



PLA 

Flain'-dealing, PlnS - D 

L-aa 
Plajn'ly, Pis-Nl 
Flain'nesB, PlnS-Ns 
Plain'-speaking, Plns'- 

P-K-KG 
Flain'-spoken, Plns^-P- 
_Kii [Plusa-Pn] 
Plaint, Pint* 
Plaint'ful, Plnta-F-l 
Flaint'iff, Plnt»-P tP«J 
Plaint'ive, Plnt=V 
Plaint'ively, Pints- V-£ 
Plaint'iveness, Plnt^-V- 

Ns 
Plait, PUS, P12-Td, Pltcja 
Plait'er, PltrS 
Plan, Plni, Plud", Plni- 

NG 
Flana'ria, Pln--12 
Planch, Plni-OH, Pln«- 

CHt, Plni-CH-NG 
Planch'er, pn-N-CHr 
Planch'et, Pli-N-CHt 
Planehette', PlnS-SHt 
Flanoh'ing, PIn>-CH-NG 
Plane, Plns, Plud', Pln*- 

NG 
Flane'-iron, Pln^-En 
Plan'er, Pl=-Nr 
Plan'et, PU-N-T 
Flaneta'rium, Pia-N-T-fl- 

M 
Plan'etary, Pli-N-T-B 
Plan'eted, Pl'-N-Td 
Flan'et-strioken, PU-N- 

T-sTr-Kn 
Flan'et-struck, Pli-N-T- 

sTr-K 
Flanifo'lious, Pl'-N-F-£8 
Planimet'ric, PI2-N-M 

Tr-K 
Flanimet'Tioal, Pis-N-M- 

Tr-Kl 
Planim'etry, Pl'-N-M-Tr 
Planipet'alous, Pln'-Pt- 

Ls 
Plan'ish, Plni-SH, Pln'- 

8Ht. Plni-SH-NG 
Plan'isphere, Pli-Ns-F-K 
Plank, Plni-K, Plni-Kt, 

Plni-K-NG 
Planless, Pl'-Nls 
Planned, PInd> 
Plan'ner, Pl'-Nr 
Pla'no-concave, Pis - N 

;Kt 
Pla'no-conical, Pl'-N-K- 

N-Kl 
Pla'no-oonvex, P1S-N!V- 

Ks 
Plant, Plnti, Plni-Td. 

Plnti-NG 
Plant'ain, Plnti-N 
Plant'ain-tree, Plnt'-N- 

Tr 
Planta'tion, PlnS-Tshn 
Flant'er, Ptntri 



201 

Plant'iole, Plni-T-KI 
Plant'igrade, Pla>-T-Grd 
Planning, Plnti-NG 
Plant'-louse, Plnt'-Ls 
Plant'ule, Plnti-L 
Planx'ty, PU-NGs-T 
Flash, PIi-SH, Pli-SHt, 

Pl'-SH-BG 
Flash'y, VV-SH 
Plasm, Pli-zM 
Plas'ma, Pl>-zM 
Plas'ter.Plsti-fl, Plst'.Rd, 
Pl8t>-fi-NG. So written 
to distinguish from the 
words Blatt, Blastitig. 
Plas'terer, Plsti-JJ-ij 
Plas'tering, Flst'-a-NG 
Plas'tlo, Pls>-T-K 
Flastio'lty, Pls'-Ts-T 
Flas'tron, Pl>-sTrn 
Plat, Plti, Pli-Td, Plt(-)' 
Plat'an or Plat'ane, Pli- 

Tn 
Plate, Pits, Pis-Td, Plt(-)» 
Plateau', Pia-T 
Fla'ted, Pis-Td 
Plate'ful, Plis-P-L 
Flate'flils, Plt«-F-Lz 
Plate'-glass, Plt^-Gls 
Plat'en, Pl'-Tn 
Plat'form, Plti-F-E-M 
Plat'ina, Pli-T-N 
Plat'ing, Plt(0» 
Plat'inum, Pli-T-N-M- 
Plat'itude, Plt'-Td 
Platon'io, Pli-T-N-K 
Platon'ioal-ly, Pli-T-N- 

El 
Fla'toniam, Pis-T-Nz-M 
Pla'tonist, Pl»-T-Nst 
Pla'tonize, Pl»-T-Nz. P12- 

T-Nzd, Pis-T-Nz-NG 
Platoon', Pl»-Tn 
Flat'ted, Pl>-Td 
Plat'ter, Pltr' 
Plau'dit, Pli-Dt 
Plau'ditory, Pli-Dt-2J 
Plausibil'ity, Plz»-Bl-T 
Plau'sible-y, Plzi-Bl 
Plau'sibleness, Plz'-Bl- 

Ns [!Bs] 
k'lau'sive, Plsi-V 
Play, PI2, Pia-D, MS-NG 
Play'-aotor, Pis-Ktr 
Play'-bill, Pia-Bl 
Play-day, Pl»-D 
Played, PI2-D 
Play'er, Pis-B 
Play'fellow, PP-F-Z 
Flay'ful-ly, P1«-F1 
Playfulness, Pl»- FI - Ns 
_r!FB] 

Play-goer, Pia-G-B 
Play'-house, Pis-Hs 
Play'ing-oard, P1»-NQ- 

Krd 
Play'mate, Pis-Mt 
Flay'thing, PIS-TH-NG 



^ . - , -he, P 

Plant'ership, Plntri-SH- Play'wrigTit, Pl'-Bt 
P I Plea, Pla 

9» 



PLE 

Plead, P13-D, Pia-Dd, Pl«- 

D-NG 
Plead (pled), Pl'-D 
Plead'able, Pl»-D-Bl 
Plead'er, Pl^-Dr 
Plead'ing, Pis-D-NG 
Fleas'ant,Plz2-Nt 
Pleas'antly, Plzs-Nt-L 
Pleasantness, Plz'-Nt- 

Ns 
Pleas'antry, Plzs-N-Tr 
Please, Plz», Plzd', Plz«- 

NG 
Pleas'er, Pl^-Zr 
Pleas'ing, Plz^-NG 
Pleaa'ingly, Plz^-NGl 
Pleas'ingnesB, Plz' - NCI- 

Ns • 

Pleas'urable, Pls-ZHr-Bl 
Pleas'urableness, Pl'- 

ZHr-Bl-Hs [!Bs] 
Pleas'ure, Pls-ZHr, Pl>- 

ZHrd, Pls-ZHr-NG 
Pleas'ure-boat, Pls-ZHr- 

Bt 
Pleas'sure-ground, Pis- 

ZHr-Gmd 
Pleat, Plt« 
Plebe'ian, PH-Bn 
Plebe'ianism, Fl^-Bn-Z- 

M t-B-zMl 
Fled, Piz-D 
Fledge, PV-3, Pis-Jd, Pia- 

J-NG 
Pledgee', Pl'J 
Pledgeor', PU-Jr 
Pledg'er, Pis-Jr 
Pledg'et; Pl=- Jt 
Ple'iad, Pia-D 
Fle'iades, Pia-Dz 
Plen'arily, pp-Nr-L 
Plen'ariness, Pis-Nr-Ns 
Plen'ary, Pis-Nr 
Flenip'otenoe, Pl'-N-P- 

Tns 
Plenip'otenoy, Pl'-N-F- 

Tn-S 
Plenip'otent, Pis - N - p - 

Tnt 
Plenipoten'tiary, PlnS- 

P-T-N -SHr iPln«-P] 
Ple'nist, Pis-Nst 
Plen'itude, Pis-N-Td 
Plen'teous, Plns-Ts 
Plen'teously, PlnS-T-si 
Plen'teousneSB, Pln»-Ts- 

Ns 
Flen'tiful, Pln«-T-Fl 
Plen'tifulnesB, Plns-T- 

Fl-Ns i:F8j 
Plen'ty, Pln«-T 
Ple'onasm, Pis-Nz-M 
Pleonas'tlo, Pl>-Ns-T-K 
Pleonas'tioal, PU-Ns-T- 

El 
Flesiosau'ruB, Fl>-Ss-l!s 
Pleth'ora, PI2-TH-B 
Plethor'io, Pli-TH-ie-K 
Pleth'orio, Pis-TH-,B-E 
Pleu'ra, Pl'-iJ 



PLE 

Pleu'riay, Pl^-B-S 

Pleurit'io, Pis-Kl-K 

FleuriVical, Fia-itt-El 

Fleuropneamo'nla, Fl'- 
B-N-M-N 

Plex'ifonn, Pl=-K8-r-E- 
M 

Plex'ure, Pls-K-8Hr 

Plex'us, Pl>-Kss 

Pleyt, Plti 

Pliabil'ity, Pis-Bl-T 

Pli'able-y, P1>-B1 

Fli'ableneBB, Pl>-Bl-Ns 
\ t'.Bs) 

Pliancy, Plni-S 

Pli'ant, Pliiti 

Pli'antnesB, Plnti-Ns 

Plica, Pl'-K 

PU'cate. Pli Kt 
•-Pll'cated, Pli-K-Td 

Plied, Pl>-D 

Pli'erB, Pli-Rz 

Plight, Plt'.Pl'-Td.PltC)' 

Plight'ed, PI' M 

Plight'er, Pltr» 

Plinth, Pis-N-TH 

Pli'ooene, Pls'-N 

Plod, Pl'-D, Pl>-Dd, Pli- 

D-NG 

-) Plod'der, Pli-Dr 

' Plot, Plt», PU-Td, Plt(')> 

Plot'ting.PltC)' 

Plotter, Pltr> 

Plough, Pli, Pn-D, Pli. 
NG. See Plmn, etc. 

PlOT'er, Pl«Vr 

Plow, PI', Pl'-D, Pl>-NO 

Plow'ed, Pl'-D 

Plow'ine, Pl'-NG 

Plow'able, Pl'-Bl 

Plow'boy, Pl'-B 

Plow'er, Pl'-B 

Plow'-man, Pl'-Mn 

Plow'-land, Pl'-ind 

Plow'Bhare, Pl'-SHr 

Plow'-shoe, Pl'-SH 

Pluck, Pis-K, Pl»-Kt, Pl«- 
K-NG 

Pluck'er, Pis-Kr 

Pluck'y, Pis-K, Pl!-Kr, 

Pl«-KBt 

Plug, Pia-G, P12-Gd, Pl'-G- 

NG 
Plug'ging, P1«-G-NG 
Plum, PV-U 
Flu'mage, Pl»-M-J 
Plumb, P12-M, P12Md, 

P12-M-NG 
Flumb'ing, P1»-M-NG 
Plumbag'TnouB,Pl'-M-B- 

J-Ns 

Flumba'go, Pl'-M-B-G 
Flum'bean, PI»-M-Bn 
PlumOieous, Fl'-U-Bg 
Plumb'er, Pia Mr 
Plumb'ery, PI2-M fl 
Plumb'ing, Pia-M-NG 
Plumb'-line, Pl>-M-£n 
Plumb'-rule, Pis-M-«1 
Flum'-cake, Pl^-M-E-E 



P12 



203 POL 

Pl'-Md, Pook'et-book, P'-Kt-B-K 
Pock'et-glass, P'-Kt-Gls 
Poek'et-hole, P'-Kt-Hl 
Fock'et-knife, P'Kt-N- 

F 

Fook'et-money, p'-Kt- 

M-N 

Pock'et-piece, P'-Et-Ps 
FocVhoIe, pi-E-Hl 
Pock'mark, P'-E-Mr-E 
Fock'-marked, F'-E-Mr- 

Kt 
Pook'y, P'-K, Pi-Er, F«. 

Eet 
Fo'co-curantism, P«-E- 
. K-Rnt-Z-M 
Poco'son, F»-Eb-N 
Pod, P'-D 

Fodag'ric, P'-D-Gr-K 
Fodag'rical, P'-D-Gr-'El- 
Pod'gy,pi-J V^; 

Po'em, ps-M 

Fo'esy, P«-S . Oi_ 

Fo'et, ps-T 
Fo'etaster, F«-Tstr 
Fo'etess, F«-T8 
Foet'io, P«-T-E 
Foet'ioal-Iy, P'-T-El 
Foet'ioB, P>T-Es 
Fo'etize, ps-Tz, P>-Tzd, 

Ps-Tz-NG 
Po'etry, P'-Tr ^, 

Poh, p^ '^'i 

Foign ancy, Pn'-N-S 
Foign'ant, Pn'-Nt 
Poign'antly, Pn'-Ut-Ii 
Point, Pnt', Pn'Td, Pnt'- 

NG 
Foint'al, Pnt'-L 
Point-blank', Pnt' SBln'- 

E 
Point'ed, Pn'-Td 
Foint'edly, Pn'-Td-il 
Foint'er, Pntr' 
Foint'er-dog, Pntr'-D-G 
Foint'lesB, Fnt'-Ls 
Foise, Pz', Pz'-D, Pz'-NG 
Poised, Fz'-D 
Foi'son, Pz'-N, Pz'-Kd. , 
Pzi-N-NG ^ 

Foi'soned, Fz'-Nd 
Foi'soner, Pz'-NB 
Foi'sonous, Pz'-Ns 
Foi'Bonousness, Pz'-Ns- 

Nb 
Poke, P«-E, ps-Et, PiE-' 

NG 
Pok'or, P«-Er 
Poke'-weed, ps-E-wD 
Polac'ca, p<-X,-E 
Pola'ore, P«-i-Er 
Po'lar, P'L-R 
Fol'archy, P'-£-B-K 
Folar'iscope, F>'X,-iiB-E' 

F 
Polar'ity, pi t-fl-T 
Folariza'tioD, P'-L- 

RzsAn 
Fo'larize, P<-£,-Bz, P<-£- 
Bzd, P'-£-Bz-Na 



Plume, Pia-M, 

P1»-M-NG 
Plumed, Pis-Md 
Flume'lesB, Fl^-M-Xs 
Flumig'erouB, Pl'-M-Jra 
Plu'miped, Pl»-M-p.D 
Plum'met, Vl" Mt 
Plum-ming, Fis-M-NG 
Plumose', Fl'-Ms 
Plu'mous, Pl»-Ms 
Plump, (o.) Pl«-M-P, Pl»-. 

M-Pr. Pl« M-Pst . 
Flump, («.)F12-M-P, 

Mt. P12-M-P-NG 
Plump'er, Pl»-M-Pir 
Plum'-pie, Jis-M-P 
Plump'ly, P1«-M-P1 
Plump'nesB, fi^-MF-Nb 
Plum'-porridge, Fl^-M 

FRJ 
■"lum'-pudding, Pis-M 

F-D-NG ' 
Flump'y, Fis-M-P 
Plum'-treo, Fis-M-Tr 
Flum'y, Fl»-M 
Flun'der, Flndii; Find'- 

Bd, Pludr.'-KG 
Fluu'derage, Plndr^-J 
Plun'dered, Plnd^-Bd 
Plon'derer, Plndr^-B 
Plunge, Pln!-J, Pln'-Jd, 

PIn»-J-NG 
Flun'ger, ris-N-Jr 
Flu'perfect, Pl'-Frf-Et 
Flu'ral. Pl»-J!l 
Flu'ralism, PP-Al-zM 
Plu'ralist, FP-Blst 
Pljiral'ity, Pl'-BI-T 
Plu'ralize, PV-RU, Pl»- 

TJlzd. P13.B1Z-NG 
Flu'rally, F1«-B1 
Plus, Pl8» 
Flush, P1«-SH 
Fluto'nian, PP-Tn-N 
Pluton'io, Fl'-T-N-E 
Flu'tonist, Fl'-T-Nst 
Flu'Tial, pis-V-I, 
Fluviom'eter, Pl'-V-Mtr 
Flu'vious, Pl»-\8 
Ply, PI', Pl'-D, Pl'-NG 
Pneumat'ic, N-M-T'-E 
Pneumaficol, N-M-T>- 

El . 
Fneumat'ics, N-M.T'-Es 
Pueumatorogy, N-U-T>- 

L-J 
Fneumatom'eter, N-M- 

T'-Mtr 
Pneumo'nia, N s- M • N 
Fneumon'ic, N'-Mn-E 
Pneumonitis, N-M-N- 

Ts' 
Poach, P>-CB. ps-CHt, 

P2-CHNG 
Poached, F<-CHt 
Foach'er, ps-CHr 
Foaoh'y, P».CH 
Pock, F'-E 
Pock'et, P».Et, Pi-E-Td, 

Pi-Et-NQ 



POL 

Pole, Pa-L, P2-Ld. P3-L- 

Pole'-axe, ps-L-Ks 
Pole'oat, ps-£-K-T 
Fol'emarch, pi-i-Mr-OH 
Polem'io, P2-i-M-K 
Folem'ical, pa-i-M-Kl 
Polemics, pa-i-M-Ks 
Polem'oscope, F2-£-Ms- 

K-P 
Polen'ta, P«-i-N-T 
Pole'-star, P^-ie-T-R (P»- 

Lsit) 
Police', Ps-is 
Policed', P»-i6t 
Police'inan, P»-is-Mn 
Polioe'-offloer, P»-ig-Fs- 

B 
Pol'ioied, Pi-is-D 
Pol'loy, pJ-i-S 
Pol'ioy-book, P>-t-s-B- 

K 
Pol'ing, ps-L-NG 
Pol'ish, P>-Z,-SH, pi-i- 

;SH-'r, P'-i-SH-Na 
Pol'ished, Pi-i-SH-T 
Fol'ishable, pi-i-SH-Bil 
Pol'isher, pi -i-SHr 
Polite', Pi-it 
Polite'ly, P> Lt-L 
Polite'ness, P'-it-Ns 
Politic, pi -i-T-K (PP-T- 

K) 
Polit'ioal-ly, Plt»-Kl 
Polit'icBster, Pl»-T-Kstr 
Politi'oian, Pis-Tshn 
Pol'itios, Pli-T-Ks 
Pol'ity, P'-£-X 
Pol'ka, pa-i-K 
Poll, ps-L, PS-Ld, ps-L- 

NG 
Pollard, pi-i-B-D 
Pol'len, Pi-£n 
PoU'er, ps-i-B 
Pol'liwig, V-L-W-G 
Pol'Uwog, pi-i-W-G 
Pol'look, pi-i-K 
PoU'-tax, ps-r-T-Ks 
Pollute', ps-it, ps-£-T«, 

P8-itNG 
Pollut'er, V'-LtT . 
PoUu'tion, ps-ishn 
Polonaise', ps-z-Mz 
Polt, P«Lt 
Poltroon', P»-X,-Tm 
Poltroon'ery, ps-i-Tr-TTr 
Polyaeous'tic, 'B^or^-L- 

Ks-T-K 
Polyan'dry, pi-i-N-Dr 
Polyan'thus, pi-i-N-THs 
Pol'yarchy, P»-i-E-K 
Polyg'amif , P'-i-G-Mst 
Polyg'amc «s, P»-i-G-Ms 
Polyg'amj , ps-i-G-M 
Pol'ygaroliy, P>-i-Gr-K 
Pol'yglot, pi-i-Glt 
Pol'ygon. P'-i-Gn » 

Polyg'onal, pa-i-G-Nl 
Polyg'onum, ps-i-Gn-M 
Pol'ygram, P'-i-Gr-M 



203 

Pol'ygra/ph, P'-i-Grf 
Polygraph'io, pi-i-Grf- 

K 
Polygraph'ical, pi - i - 

Gi--r-Kl 
Polyg'rapby, P»-i-Gr-F 
FolyEe'dral, pa-i-Hd-«l 
Polyhed'rical, ps-i-Hdr- 

Kl 
Polyhe^dron, ps-i-Hd- 

Folyhe'dmus, P'-X-Hd- 

Polym'athy, p»-i-M-TH 
Polymor'pliouB, pi-z- 

M-ii-Fa 
Polyno'mial, PS-i-N-Ml 
Folyora'ma, pi-X-B-M 
Pol'yp, Pi-i-P 
Polypet'alous, P!^£-Pt- 

Li 
Polyphon'ic, P»-£-Pn-K 
Polyph'onism, p^-x-f- 

Nz-M 
Polyph'onous, V^L-Y- 

Nb 
Pol'ypous, pi-i-Ps 
Fol'ypus, pi-i-Ps 
Pol'yscope, P'-Lb-k-p 
Polysperm'ous, P^-Zb- 

Pr-IilB 
Pol'ygtyle, PJ-is-T-L 
Folysyllab'ic, P'-iB-L- 

B-K 
Polysyllab'ical, P>-£s-/; 

B-El 
Pol'ysyllable, pi-iB-i- 

Bl 
Polyteoli'mo, pa-i-T-K- 

N-K 
Polytharamous, pi-i- 

■TH-Z,-Mb 
Pol'ytheism, pi-z-THz- 

M 
Pol'ytheist, P'-i-THst 
Folytheist'ic, P»-i-THs- 

T-K 
Polytheist'ical, V-L- 

THb-T-KI 
Fom'ace, P'-Ms 
Poma'ceous, P^-M-SHs 
Pomade', P^-Md 
Pomand'er, P>-Mndr 
Poma'tum, pa-Mt-M 
Pome, ps-U 

Pomeoit'ron, P'-Ms-Tm 
Fomegran'ate, pi- M-Gr- 

Nt 
Fome'roy, ps-M-B 
Pomeroy'al, pi-M-B-L 
Fome'-water, ps-M-wtr 
Fomiferous, P«-M-Frs 
Fom'mel, P'-Ml, pa-Mld, 

ps-MI-NG 
Fom'meled, ps-Mld 
Fnmmel'ion, ps-M-in 
Fomolog'ical, pi-M-Z- J- 
Kl 



POP 

Pomp, pi-M-p 
Pomp'et, pi-M-P-T 
Pomp'ion, ps-M-Pn 
Pompos'ity, pi-M-Ps-T 
Fomp'puB, pi-M-PB 
Pomp'ously, pi-M-P-Bi 
Pomp'ousnesa, P'-M-Pb- 

Ha 
Pomp'ous, P>-M-Ps 
Pon'cho, P>-N-CH 
Fond, Pud' 
Pon'der, Pndri, Pndi>Bd, 

Pndri-NG 
Fonderabil'ity, Pndrs-B- 

Li 
Pon'derable, Pndr'-B(-L) 
Fon'deranoe, Pndr'-Na 
Pon'derer, Pndr'-B 
Ponderos'ity, Pndr'-S-T 

Fon derous, Pndr>-S 
Pou'deroualy, Pndr'-S-i 
Fon'derousuess, Pndr>- 

S-Ms 
Fo'nent, Pns-Nt " 
Pongee J Pn^- J 
Pon'iard, Pn'-Ed, Pn'-iJ- 

Dd, Pn'-Bd-NG 
Fon'tao, Pn'-T-K 
Pon'tage, Piit>-J 
Pon'tiff, Pnt»-P 
Pontif io, Pnts-F-K 
Pontlf ical-ly, Pnta-r-Kl 
Pontificate, Pnts-P-K-T 
Fon'tifloe, Pnt'-Fs 
Pontifi'cial, Pnt'-F-SHl 
Pontifi'oian, Pnta-F-SHu 
Pontoon', PDt8-N 
Fontoou'-bridge, Pnt'» 

N-Br-J 
Po'ny, P«-N 
Pood, P»-D 
Foo'dle, ps-Dl 
Poo'dle-dog, P'-Dl-D-G 
Pooh, Po» 
Fool, pa-L 
Pool'er, ps-Z-R 
Poop, ps-P 
Poop'-deok, pa-P-D-K 
Poop'ed, P»-P-T 
Poor, ps-B, P3-Br, P'-Est. 

See Pure, etc. 
Foor'-house, ps-B-Hs 
Poorly, pa-E-i. SeePure- 

ly. 
Foor'ness, P'-E-Ns 
Foor'-spirited, ps-Bs-Pr- 

Td 
Poor'-spiritedness, P^- 

Bs-Pr-Td-Ns 
Fop, Pi-P, Pi-P-T, Pi-P- 

NG - 
Pop'-oom, P'-P-Km 
Pope, P«-P 
Fope'dom, P'-P-D-M 
Pope-joan', P^-P-Jn 
Fop'ery, P^ Pr 
Fope's'-eye, ps-Ps-i 



Pomol'ogist, P'-M-i-Jst Fop'gun, P'-P-Gn 
Pomol'ogy, pi-M-£-J IPop'injay, P'-Pa-J 



POP 

Pop'ish, pa-p-sH 

Pop'ishly, ps-P-SHl 

Pop'lar, pi-P-i-E 

Pop'lin, Pi-P-Zn 

Poplit'eal, P»-P*t;-L 

Poplit'io, pa-P-Xr-T-K 

Popped, pi-P-T 

gop'py.pip 

Pop py-head, P>-P-Hd 

Pop'ulaoe, pi-P-is 

Pop'ular, pi-P-i-R tPi- 
PJ 

Popularity, pi-P-X-Et 
[P'-Pj 

Pop'ularize, pi-P-X-Bz, 
pi.p-r-Ezd, P»-P-i-Ez- 
NG 

Pop'ularly, pi-p-£-B-Z 

[Pi-P-£1 
Fop'ulate, pi-P-Zt, pi-p 

Z.-Td,pi-P-£t-Na 
Popula'tion, P^-P-Zshn 
Pop'ulouB, P'-P-rs 
Pop'ulously, pi-P-is-i 
Pop'ulousnesB, pi-P-£s- 

Nb 
Por'oelain, Pri-a£n 
Porch, ps-B-CH 
Por'oine, P»-i8s-N 
Por'oupine, Pr'-K-Pn 
Pore, ps-B, pa-Ed, ps-fl- 

Na 
Por'er, P^-Br 
Por'gee, Pi-«-G 
Por'gy, P>-iJ-G 
Po'nnesB, ps-K-Ns 
Po'rism, P^-Ez-M 
Pork, P2 -iJ-K 
Pork'-barrel, P"-fl-K-B- 

Bl 
Pork'er, P«-H-Kr 
Porkaing, ps.«-Kl-ItG 
PoroB'ity, P'-Bs-T 
Po'rous, ps-Bs 
Po'rousness, P»-Bs-Nb 
Porphyra'ceous, PrP-B- 

SHs 
Porphyrit'ie, PrP-Bt-K 
Por'phyry, Prf'-B 
Por'poiae, P'-B-Ps 
Por'ridge, P'-B-J 
Por'ringer, P'-B-N-Jr 
Port, ps-Bt 
Portabil'ity, ps-BtBl-T 

(-Bit) 
Port'able, pa-Bt-UI 
Port'ableness, ps-Bt-Bl- 

Ns ciBsl 
Port'age, P>-Bt- J 
Port'ar,pa-Bt-L 
Portcrayon, P^-Bt-Kr-N 
Port'oullis, Prt«-K-is 
Porte, pa-Bt 
Port'ed, P2-B-Td 
Porte'-monnaie, Prts-M- 

N 
Portend', pa-B-Tnd, ps- 

B-Tn-Dd, P«-B-Tnd-N& 
Portent', ps-B-Tnt 
Portent'ous, P»-B-Tnt-S 



204 
Portenf ously, P»-B-Tnt- 

Por'ter, ps-Htr 
Por'terago, ps-Btr- J 
Port'eress, P«-Btr-S 
Por'ter-house, P^-Btr-Hs 
Port'flre, ps-Bt-F-E 
Portfo'lio, pa-Bt-F-Z 
Port'-hole, P^-Bt-Hl 
Por'tioo, ps-B-T-K (P2-Bt 

Por'tion, Pl-BBhn, ps- 

Bshnd, pa-BBbnC) 
Por'tioner, ps-Bsbn-B 
Por'tionless, P'-Bslin-Zs 
Port'linesB, ps-Bt-Z-Ns 

(Prt2-£-Ns) 
Port'ly, pn-Ht-i (Prfs-Z) 
Portman'teau, Prt>-M-N- 

T 
Por'trait, Pr^-Trt 
Por'trature, Pr»-Trtr 
Portray', Pr»-Tr, Pr«-Trd, 

Prs-Tr-NG 
Portray'al, Pr»-Tr-L 
Portray'er, Pr«-Tr-S 
Port'reeve, Prts-Bv 
Por'treas, Pr^-Trs 
Port'Boken, ps-Bts-Kn 
Port'-warden, P>-Bt- 

Wrd-N 
Po'ry, p2-fl 

Pose, Pz«, PzS-D, PzS-NG 
Po'Ber, ps-Zr 
FoBi'tion, tzthn' 
FoB'itive, Pz»-Tv 
FoB'itively, Pz>-T-Vl 
Pos'ltivenOBB, Pzi-Tv-Ns 
Pos'itlvism, Pz^-T-Vz-M 
PoB'itivist, Pz'-T-VBt 
Posorogy, pi-sL-J 
PoBBe Comita'tus, pi-S 

!T«-Ts 
FoBsesB', Psb', Pbb" - T, 

PbbS-NG 
FoBses'sion, FBtkn< 
FossesB'lTe, Pas'-V 
PoBsess'or, pa-ssB 
Possess'ory, F'-sbB 
Pos'set, Pb>-T, Psi-Td, 

Pb'-T-NG 
Possibility, PsS - Bl - T 
(-Bit) 

Pos'sible, Ps'-Bl [Ps'l 

See Passable, 
Pos'sibly, Psi-Bl 
Post, Psis, PsS-Td, P8tC)« 
Post'age, Pb»-T-J tPsa-J] 
PoBt'age-Btamp, [Pa>-J- 

sM-P] 
Fost'al, Pss-T-L 
FoBt'al-card, Ps^-T-X-Erd 
Fost'-bill, PB2-B-L 
FoBt'boy, Ps'-B 
Post'oaptain, P'-bK-P-Tu 

C sK-Pn] 
Post'-ohaise, Pa*-Sffz 
FoBt'-coach, pa-sE-CH 
PoBt'-date, Pss-Dt, Ps'-D 

Td, PB«-Dt(') 



POT 

Post-dilu'vial, PsS-D-i. 

VI 
PoBt-dilu'vian, P-'-D-l- 

Vn 
Posfed, PB»-Td 
FoBt'-entry, PB»-N-Tr 
Post'er, Pstr* 
PoBte'rior, Pb^-t-B-b 
Posterior'ity, Ps»-t-b-b. 

T 
Foste'riors, Ps'-T-B-Ba 
Poater'ity, Ps»-T-fl-T 
Fos'tem, PB>-T-Bn 
Post'-ezistence, p:-sEss- 

TOB 

Fost'fix, Ps»-P-is 

Postfix', P8»-P-E«, PgS-F- 

Est, Pb3-F-Es-IIG 
Post'-haste, pa-sHst 
Post'-houae, pa-sBs 
Fost'humous. Pb>-T-Hs 
Fosfhtunously, Ps» - T - 

Ws-L 
Pos'til, Pb'-T-I, 
Pos'tiler, Ps'-l'-Z-R 
Postil'ion, F6»-T-Z,n 
Post'ing, PBtC)» 
Post'man, pa-sMn 
Poat'mark, pa-sM-B-E, 
pa-sM-B-Et, Ps-sM-B-E- 
NG 
Fost'maater, pa-BMstr 
Post'master - general, 

pa-sMstr-Jii [Pa-sMs-Jnl 
Postmeridian, ^'sM-H- 

Dn 
Post-mor'tem, P'-sM-b- 

T-M 
Post'-note, Fs2-Nt 
Post-nup'tial, Psa-N-p- 

8H1 
Post-O'bit, Psa-T-Bt 
Fost'-offloe, Paa-Fa 
Fost'-paid, Ps'-Pd 
Postpone', Pa'-Pn, Ps*- 

Pnd, Psapn-MG' 
Poatpoue'ment, Psa-Pn- 

Mnt 
Poatpon'er, Paa-P-Nr 
Poatpos'itive, Ps'-Pz-Tr 
Fost'-road, pa-BB-D 
Poat'script, Psa - Er • Pt 

tPa-aEPl] 
Poat'-town, Paa-Tn 
Post'ulant, pB'-T-2,nt 
Post'ulate, P8>-T-it, Ps'- 

T-i-Td, Fs'-T-£t-NG 
Postula tion, Ps=-T-£shii 
Poat'ulatory, Pa'-T-it-B 
Poat'ure, pi-aCHr, Pi- 

sCHrd. P»-sCHr-NG 
Poat'ure-master, P'- 

sCHr-Mstr 
Fo'sy, P2-Z 
Pot, Pti, Pi-Td, Pto' 
Po'table-, Pta-Bl 
Po'tableness, Pta-Bl-Na 

[iBa] 
Fot'ash, Pt'-SH 
Fotas'sa, F'-T-S 



POT ' 

Potas'sium, P'-T-sM 
Fota'tion, Ps-Tslin 
Pota'to, Pt»-T 
Pota'toes, pt»-Tz. 

Pettitoes, 
Pot'-bellled, Pti!l3«-£-D 
Poteen', P3-Tn 
Po'tenoy, P^-l-u-S 
Po'teut, pa-Tnt 
Po'tentate, ps-Tn-Tt 
Poten'tial, ps-T-N-SHl 
Potentiality, P'-T-N- 

SBl-T 
Poteu'tial-ly, ps-T-N- 

SHl 
Po'tently, ps-Tnt-L 
Fo'tentnesa, ps-Tnt-Ns 
Pot'-hauger, Pti-H-NGr 
Poth'er, pi-DHr (Pdhr') 
Pot'-herb, Pt'-E-B 
Pot'-hook, Pt'-H-K 
Po'tion, Pshn« 
Pot'-luok, Pti-i-K 
Pot' sherd, Pti-SHrd 
Pot'tage, Pt'-J 
Pot'teS, Pi-Td 
Pot'ter, ptii 
Fot'tery, pi-Tr 
Pot'tle, pi-Tl 
Pot' -valiant, Pti-V-int 
Pouch, pi-OH, Pi-CHt, pi- 

CS-Na 
Pouohong', pt-SH-Na 
Poudrette', pa-Drt 
Poult, ps-U 
Poult'erer, ps-i-Tr-B 
Poul'tice, P?-£-Ts, P>-L- 

Tst, ps-£-T8-NG 
Poul'try, P«.£-Tr 
Poul'try-house,P'-£-Tr- 

Hs 
Poul'try-yard, V'-L-Tr- 

Trd 
Pounce, Pns» Piist>, Pna'- 

N& 
Poun'cet-boz, Pnsi-T-B- 

Es 
Found, Pnd>, Pn'-Dd, 

Pndi-NO 
Pound'ed, Pn'-Dd 
Pound'age, Pnd'- J 
Pound'er, Pndr> 
Pour, ps-K, ps-Ed, P«-iJ- 

NG 
Pour'er, P^-Rr 
Poiit, Pti, P>-Td, Pt'"» 
Fout'er, Ptri 
Poverty, Pt»-B-T 
Fow'der, pi-Dr, P'-Drd, 

P'-Dr-NG 
Fow'der-box, pi-Dr-B- 

Es 
Pow'der-flask, P'-Dp-FIb 

-K 
Pow'der-hom, pi-Dr-H- 

Bn 
Pow'der-magazlue, P'- 

Dr-M-Gz-N 
Pow'der-mill, pi-Dr-M- 

L 



205 

Pow'derHmonkey.J'i-Dr- 

M-NG-K 
Pow'der-wagon, P'-Dr 

W-Gn 
Pow'dery, pi-D-B 
Pow'er, pi-B 
Fow'erful-ly, pi-B-Fl 
Pow'erfulness, P>-R-I1- 

Na [iPs] 
Pow'erlesSi V-'R-Lb 
Fow'er-loom, P>-K-Z-M 
Fow'er-presB, Pi-R-Prs 
Fow'-wow, pi-W, P»-Wd, 

Pi-W-NG 
Fox, Pi-Ka, Pi-Kat, P'-Ka- 

NG- 
Foz^ola'na, Pt'-zi-N 
Fracticabil'ity, Pr* - Kt 

:K-B1-T [Pra-K-Blt] 
Frao'tioable-y, Pri - Kt 

:K-B1 [Pri-K-Bl] 
Prac'ticableness, Pr'-Kt 

:K-Bl-Xs tPri-K!Bs] 
Prao'tical-ly, Pr'-Kt-Kl 
Fraotioal'ity, Pr>-Kt-Kl- 

T (-Kit) 
Prac'ticalness, Pr' - Kt - 

KI-Ns 
Prac'tice, Pr'-K-Ta, Pr'- 

K-Tst, Pr»-K-Is-NG 
CPri, PrsP, PrO'l 
Frao'ticer, Pr'-K-T-sB 
Prac'tices, Pri-K-Tsa 

[Prai] 
Praoti'tioner, Pr'-K-Tshii 

-B 
FrsBmuni're, Pr'-Mn-« 
Freeno'men, Pr'-N-Mn 
FrsB'tor, Prtra 
Pragmat'io, Pr'-Q-Mt-K 
Pragmat'ical-ly, Pr»-Q- 

Mt-Kl 
Pragmat'icalness, Pr'- 

G-Mt-El-Ms 
Frai'rie, Pr^-B 
Frai'rie-ohicken, Pr^-B- 

CH-Kn 
Frai'rie-dog, Pr'-B-D-G 
Frai'rie-hen, Pp3-B-Hn 
Praise, Prz* Pnsd', Prz*- 

NG 
Prais'er, Prs-Zp 
Praise'worthiness, PrS- 

zWr-DH-Ns [Prz:«-DH-N8] 
Praise'worthy, Pr*-zWr- 

DH [PrzS-DH] 
France, Prnsi, Pmst>, 

Pms'-NG 
Frano'er, Pr'-Ns-E 
Franc'ing, Pma'-NG 
Prank, Pri-NG-K, Pr'-NG- 

Kt, Pri-NG-K-NG 
Prank'ish, Pr«-NG-K-SH 
Prase, Prz« 

Prate, Prta, PrS-Td, Prtf-)* 
Prat'ing, Prtc)* 
Frat'er, Prtra 
Frat'igue, Pr>-T-K 
Frat'tle, Prt>-L, Prt'-Ld, 

Prti-L-NG 



PRE 

Prat'tler, Prti-i-E 
Frav'ity, Prvi-T 
Prawn, Pnji 
Prax'is, Pr'-Kas 
Fray, Prs, Pr^-D, Pr^-NG 
Pray'er, Pr=-B 
Prayer, Pr'-B 
Frayer'-book, Pr>-B-B-K 
Frayer'ful-ly, Pr>-K-Fl 
Prayer'less, Pr'-E-ia 
Frayer'leasnesB, fr'-B- 

Pray'ingly, Pr'-NGl 
Preach, Pr^i-CH, PrS-CHt, 

Pr»-CH-NG 
Preaoh'er, PrS-OHr 
Freaoh'ing, Pr^-CH-NG 
Freach'ment, Pr^-CH- 

Mnt 

Fre'-adamite, Pr»-D-Mt 

Freadmon'ish, Pr> - D - 

Mn-SH, Pr'-D-Mn-SHt, 

Pri-D-Mn-SH-NQ 

Preadmoni'tion, Pr^-D^ 

M-Nshn 
Fre'amble, Prs-M-Bl 
Freamb'ulate, Pri-M-Blt 
Preamb'ulating, Pr'-M- 

Blt(-) 
Frearab'ulatory, Pri-M- 

Blt-B 
Freb'end, Pr=-Bn-D 
Frebend'al, Pr^-Bn-D-I. 
Freb'endary, Pr>-Bii-D- 

B 
Fre'oant, Pr»-Knt 
Preoa'rious, Vv--K-Rb 
Freca'riously, Pr»-K-B- 

bL 
Pre'cariousnesB, Pr»-K- 

Ba-Ns 
Prec'ative, Pr'-K-Tv 
Frec'atory, Pp>-K-T-B 
Freoau'tiou, Pr> - Kshn,. 
Pr»-Kshna, Pr'-Kshn-NG 
Frecau'tional, Pri-Ealm- 

L 
Fresau'tionaryi Pr'-- 

Kabn-B 
Frecau'tious, Pri-K-SHs 
Precede', PraS-D, Pis»- 

Dd, Prs»-D-]SG 
Preced'ence, Pra'-Dns 
Freced'ency, Pra'-Dn-S 
Freoed'ent, Pra»-Dnt 
Precedent, Prs^-Dnt 
Frec'edented, Pra'-Dn- 

Td 
Pijeoed'ently, Prs'-Dnt-lt 
Freced'ing, Pra'-D-NG ■ 
Freoen'tor, Pra»-i[tp 
Fre'oept, Prss-Pt 
Frecep'tlve, Pra'-Pt-V 
Precep'tor, Prs»-Ptp 
Freoepto'rial, PreS-Pt-Bl 
Preoep'tory, Prs^-P-T-B 
Preoep'tress, Prs'-P-Trs 
Precea'sion, Prsato' 
Preces'aional, PrsaAtt*-L 
Fre'ciuot, Pras-NQt 



PRE 

Fre'cious, Pr«-5Hs 
Pre'oiously, Pr«-SH8-£ 
Fre'ciousnesB, Fr^-SHs- 

Na 
Prec'ipioe, Prs«-P8 
Frecip'itable, Pib»-P-T- 

Bl 
Frecip'itanoe, Prs'-P- 

Tns 
Piecii/itaiicy, Pre" - P - 

Tn-8 
Preolp'itant, Prs'-P-Tnt 
Frecipltantly, Prs'-p- 

Tnt-L 
Frecip'itate. Pr8»-p-Tt. 

Pr8»-P-T-Td. PiB»-P-TtC) 
Precip'itately, Pt8>-P- 

Tt-L 
Precipita'tion, Prs°-P 

Tskn 
Preoip'itator, Pre«-P-Ttr 
Frecip'itouB, Pr8»-P-Ts 
Precip'itously, Prs«-P-T- 

Bit 

Precip'itousness, Prs'- 

P-T8-NB 

FreciBe', Prss' 
Frecise'ly, Frs8i-Ii 
Frecise'nesa, Ptssi-Nb 
FreciB'ian, Pmhn^ 
Frecis'ion, Viszlm' 
Freoi'Bive, Prezi-V 
Preclude', Pr»-Kia, Pr'- 

KI-Da, Pr»-Kld-NG 
Freclu'sion, PT>-Elzlm 
Praolu'sive, Pi«-K1b-V 
Preclu'sirely, Pr»-KlB- 

V-i 
Preco'ciouB, Pr'-K-SHs 
Preco'ciously, Vf ■ K - 

BHs-£ 
Freoo'cioiunesB, Pi>-E- 

SHb-Ks 
Precocity, Pr>-K8-T 
Frecog'itate, Pr'-K- J-Tt 
Precoeni'tlon, Pi<-E-a- 

Nshn 
Frecompose', Vf-Vx 
Freconceit', FrstBT 
Freconoeive', Pr« ! sV 
Freoonoep'tion, Pps 

isFEhn 
Preconcert', Pr'tsBt 
Precon'cert, Pr> SsBt 
Precon'tract, Pr' tTr-Kt 
Precontract', Pr»!Tr-Kt, 

Pr>STr-K-Td, Pr".Tr-Kt. 

NO 
Precontrive', Pr'iTrv, 

Pr»'.Trvd,Pri!Trv-NG 
Preeur'sive, Pr'-Krs-v 
Frecur'Bor, Pr"-Kr-sB 
Precur'sory, Pr"-Kr-8R 
Preda'ceous, Pr'-D-SHs 
Pre'dal, Prs-Dl 
Predato'rial-ly, Pr«-Dt 

Pred'atory, Prs-Dt-i! 
Predeees'sor, Pr'-D-ssB 
Predesigu', Pr'-Ds-N 



306 

PredeBtina'rian, Pr^-Ds 

T-Nm 
Predes'tinate, Ti'-Dst 
Ht, Pr2-D8t-N-Td, Pr" 
Dst-Nt-NO 
FredeBtina'tion, Pr^ ■ 

Cst-Nshn 
Fredes'tinator, Pri-Dst- 

Ntp 
Fredes'tine, Pr>-Ds-Tn, 
Pra-Ds-Xnd, Pr'-Ds-Tn- 
NO 
Fredeter'miiiate, Pr^-D- 

Tr-M-N-T 
Predetermina'tion, Pr^- 

D-Tr-M-MBhn 
Fredeter'mine, Fr>.-D- 
Tr-Mn, PrS-D-Ti-Mnd, 
Prs-D-Tr-Mn-HG 
Fre'dial, Pr»-Dl 
Fredioobaty, Pps-D-K- 

Bl-T 
Pred'icable, Pr«-D-K-Bl 
Fredic'ameut, Pr<-D-E- 

Mnt 
Fred'ioate, Pri-D-Et, 
Pp«-D-E-Ta, Fi«-D-Et- 
NG 
Predication, Prs-D- 

E8hii 
Fred'ioatory, Pi<-D-E- 

Tr 
Predict', Pr»-D-Et, Pr»-D- 

E-Td. Pr»-D-Et-NO 
Prediction, Pr>-D-E8liii 
Fredict'iye, Pi«-D-Et-V 
Predict'or, Pr"-D-Etr 
Predilection, Pr»-D-i- 

Eshn 
PrediBCOT'ery, Pp«-D- 

sEv-A 
PrediBpo'naiit, Pr'-D- 

sPn-Nt 
FrediBpoae', Pr«-D-8Pz, 
Pr'-D-sPzd, Pi>-D-sPz- 
NO 
Fredisposi'tion, Pr'-D- 

sPzfAn 
Fredom'inance, Pr>-D- 

Mn-Ns (Prdi-Mn-NB) 
Predom'inancy, Pr'-D- 

Mn-N-8 (Pra>-Mn-K-8) 
Fredom'inant, Pr'-D-Mn 

■Nt (Prd>-Mn-Nt) 
Fredom'inantly, Pri-D- 
Mn-Nt-L (Prdi-Mn-Nt-L) 
Fredom'inate, Pr»-D-M- 
N-T, Pr»-D-M-N-Td, Pr>- 
D-M-N-T-NG (Prdi-M-N- 
T, etc.) 
Predomina'tion, Pri-D- 
M-Nshn (Prd«-M-NBhn) 
Frereleo'tion, Pr' - L ■ 

Kshn 
Fre-em'inence, Pr«-Mn- 

Ns 
Fro-em'inent, Pr»-Mn-Nt 
Pre-em'ineutly, Pr«-Mu- 

Nt-L 
Pre-emp'tion, Pr^-Mslui 



PRE 

Freeu, Pm», Pmd', Ppn». 

NG 
Pre-engage', Pr>-N-G-J, 

Pr2-N-U-Jd, PrS-N-G-J. 

NO 
Fre-engage'ment, Pr'- 

N-G-J-Mnt 
Fre-establiBh, Pr>iSt»- 

Bl-Sa [!8ti-B] 
Fre-establislunent, [Pri 

iSW-B-Mnt] 
Pre-exist', Pi^-EBe-T 
Fre-eziBt'ence, Pi>-E8s- 

Tns 
Fre-ezisfent, PH-Ebs- 

Tnt • 
Frerace, Pr^-Fs, Pr»-Fst 

Pr!-FB-KO 
Preracer, Pr'-Fe-E 
Prefatory, Pr>-F-T-a 
Pre'fect, PrP-Kt 
Fre'fisctship, Prf^-Et-SB 

Fre'feeture, Prfs-Etr 
Prefer', Pi'f'-B, Prfa-Ed, 

Prfs-2JNO 
Frererable-y, Prf-E-Bl 
FrererablenesB, ViP-A 

Bl Ns [iBs] 
Preference, Prf -Bns 
Preferen'tial, Pifs-fi-N- 

SHl t-«n] 
Frefer'ment, PrfS-B-Mnt 
Preferred', Prf> .Bd 
Prefer-rer, ViP-r-r 
Freflgura'tion, Pr' - F - 

Grsbn 
Freflg'uratire, Pr»-F- 

Grt-V 
Preflg'ure, Pr»-F-Gr, Pr»- 

F-Grd. Pr'-r-Gr-KG 
Frefig'urement, Pr»-F- 

Gr-Mnt 
Pre'flx, . Pr»-r-Es, PrS-F- 

Kst. PrS-F-Es-NG 
Fre'flx-sign, Pr»-r-Es8-N 
Preful'gency, Pta-Fl-J- 

N-8 
Fregla'cial, Pr«-Gl-sm 
Freg'nable, Pr«-G-N-Bl 
Freg'nancy, Pr2-G-Nn-S 
Freg'nant, Pr"-G-NDt 
Preg'nautly, Pr>-G-Nnt- 

L 
Frehen'sible, Pr^-H-Ns- 

B) 
Frehen'sile, PpS-H-Ns-L 
Prehen'sion, Pr^-H-^sbn 
Freben'Bory, Pr'-H-Ns-K 
Fre-intima'tion, Pr«-N- 

T-Hsbn 
Prejudge', Prsj-J, Pr«-J- 

J-D. Pr»-J-J-NQ 
Frejudge'ment, Pr»-J-J- 

Mnt 
Freju'dicate, PrS-Jd-Kt, 

Pr»-Jd-E-l'd, PI'S- Jd- KI- 
NG 
Prejudica'tion, Pr"-Jd- 

EshQ 



PRE 

Preju'dioative, Pi»-ja. 

Kt-V 
Frei'udice, Pr«- Jd-S, Pr«- 

Jd-St. Pr«-ja-8-Na 
Prejadi'cial, Pr^-Jd-SHl 
Prejudl'oially, Pr»-Jd- 

sm 
Prejudi'cialnesB, PrS- 

Jdr£Kl-Ns 
Prel'aoy, n* C-S 
Prel'ate, Prs-tt 
Prerateship, Pr>-£t!SH 
Frelat'ic, Pri-i-T-K 
Prelat'ioal-ly, Pri-it-Kl 
Freratism, Prs-i-T-zM 
Frel'atist, Pr^-Z-Tst 
Freloo'tion, PrS-i-Kshn 
Freleo'tor, Pr'-Zi-Kt* 
Freliba'tion, PrS-i-Bshn 
Frelim'inarily, Pr»-L-M- 

Nr-L tPrS-i-N-i] 
Prelim'inary, PrS-i-M- 

Nr [Pra-i-M] 
Pre'lude,Pr3£-D 
Prelude', Pr»-£-D, Pr>-Z- 

Dd, Pra-i-D-NG 
Prelu'sive, Pr»Zs-V 
Prelu'sory, Pr»-i;s-B 
Premature', ti'-Mt-R 

(Pr'-Mtr) 
Prematupeay, Pr«-Mt-B- 

L (Pra-Mtr-£) 
Premature'ness, Pr»-Mt- 

Je-Ns 
Prematu'rity, Pr»-Mt-iJ 

T 
Premed'itate, Prs-Md- 

Tt, Pr^-Md-T-Td, Pr=- 

Md-Ttt-) 
Premed'itately, Pr» Md- 

Tt-i 
Premedita'tion, Pr«-Md- 

Tshn 
Pre'mier, Pr»-M-R 
Pre'miersliip, Pr»-M-B- 

8H-P 
Premise', Pr' - Mz, Pr' - 

Mzd, Pri-Mz-NG 
Prem'ise, Pr«-Ms 
Frem'ises, Pr^-Msz 
Pre'mium, Pr'-M-M 
Premon.'i8h, Pr'-Mn-SH, 

Pr<-Mn SHt, Pri-Mn-SH- 

NG 
Premon'ishment, Pr' - 

Mn-SH-Mnt 
Premoni'tion, Pr' - M - 

NsUn 
Premou'itory, Pr'-M-N- 

T-R 
Premuni're. Pr>-Mn-« 
Premoni'tion, Prs - M - 

Nsbu 
Freno'men, Pr'-N-Mn 
Prenom'inate, Pri-N-M- 

N-T 
Prenomina'tlon, Pr^-N- 

M-Nslm 
Preno'tion, Pr=-Nshn 
Fren'tice, Pni'-Ts 



207 

Preoc'upanoy, Pr'-K-Pii' 

S 
Preocupa'tion, Pr^ - K ■ 

Pshn 
Preoo'cupy, PH - K - P, 

Pri-K-Pd, Pr'-K-P-NG 
Preordain', Pr^-B-Dn 
Freor'dinanoe, Pr'-iJd- 

Nns 
Freordlna'tion, Pr^-Bd- 
, Nshn 

Prepaid', Pr«-p.D 
Frepara'tion, Pr«-P- 

22shn 
Prepar'ative, Pr»-P-Bt-v 
Prepar'atively, Pr' - P - 

Bt-\-L 
Prepar'atory, PrVP-B-T- 

B 
Prepare', Pri-P-R, Pr>-P- 

Rd, Pri-P-B-NG 
Frepar'edness, Pr> - P - 

Bd-Ns 
Frepar'er, Pr'-P-Kr 
Prepay', Pr«-P, Pr»-P-D, 

Pr«-P-NG 
Prepay'ment, Pr8-P-Mnt 
Prepense', Pr^-Pns 
Frepol'lenoe, Pr'-P-ins 
Prepol'lenoy, Pri-P-in-S 
Prepol'lent, Pr>-P-Z,nt 
Prepon'derance, Pr> - 

Pa-D-Btis 
Frepon'derant, Pr'-Pn- 

D-Bnt 
Prepon'derate, Pr'-Pn- 

D-Bt, Pr'-Pn-D-B-Td, 

Pri-Pn-D-Bt-NG 
Frepondera'tion, Pr'- 

Pn-D-Bshn 
Preposi'tion, Vr'-VziJm 
Preposi'tional, Pra-PziAn 

■L. 
Prepos'itive, Pr'-Pz-Tv 
Frepos'itor, Pri-P-zTr 
Prepossess', PrS-Psa, Pr'- 

Pss-T, Pr«-Ps8-NG 
Prepossess'ing, Fr^-PsB- 

NO 
Frepossess'ingly, Pt'- 

Pss-NG-L 
Freposses'sion, Pr<- 

PssAn . 
Prepossess'or, Pr^-F-BsB 
Prepos'terous, Pr' - P - 

ETrs 
Prepos'terously, Pr»-P- 

BTr-si 
Frepos'terousness, Pr>- 

P-sTrs-Ns 

Pre'puoe, Prs-Ps 
Prepu'tial, Prs-P-SHl 
Frerequire', Pri-B-Kw-E 
Pre-req'uisite, Pr> - B - 

Kwz-y 
Freresolve', Pr>-B-z£-V 
Prerog'atiTe, Pr'-B-Gt-v 
Prerog'atirely, Pr' - « - 

Gt-v-i 
Pre'sage, Prs'-J 



PRE 

Presage', Prs'-J, Prs'-Jdi 

Prss-J-NG 
Presage'ment, Pis^ - J - 

Mut 
Presag'er, Pr--sJr 
Pres'byopy, PrsS-B-P 
Pres'byte, PrsS-Bt 
Fres'byterj Prz^-Btr 
Fresbyte'nal, Prz^-B-T- 

Bl (-Bt-Bl) 
Presbyte'rian, Prz'-Bt- 

Bn 
Fresbyte'rianism, Prz'- 

Bt-Bu-zM 
Fres'bytery, Prz^-Bt-fl 
Pre'science, Pr'-SHns 
Fre'seient, PrS-SHnt 
Fre'scious, Pi^-SHs 
Prescribe', Prs'-Kr-B, 

Prs'-Kr-Bd, Prs'-Kr-B- 

NG [Pr>-sK-B, etc.] 

Ifote — In words of the 
class of Prescriie it is gen- 
erally allowable to omit 
the medial r. • 

Presorib'er, Pr'-sK-Br 
Fre'soript, Pr»-sK-Pt 
Frescript'ible, Pr^-sK-Pt- 

Bl 
Fresorip'tion, Pr'-sK- 

Pshn 
Fresoript'ive, Pr»-sK-Pt- 

V 
Fres'ence, Prz»-Ns 
Fres'ence-phamber, 

Przs-Ns-CH-M-Sr [-CH- 

Brj 
Pres'ence-room, Prz' - 

Ns-B-M 
Presensa'tion, Prs>- 

Ns«An 
Pres'ent, Prz«-Nt 
Present', Prz»-Nt, Prz^N- 

Td. Prz?-Nt-NG 
Fresent'able, Prz^-Nt-Bl 
Presenta'tion, Prz^ - N - 

Tshn 
Present'ative, PrzS-Nt- 

Tv 
Presentee', Prz>-N-T 
Present'er, Przs-Ntr 
Fresen'tient, Prs'-N- 

SHnt 
Present'iment, Prs^-K- 

T-Mnt 
Fres'ently, Prz»-Nt-Ii 
Present'ment, Prz^-Nt- 

Mnt 
Fres'entness, Prz'-Nt-Ns 
Preserv'able, Pr^-zB-V- 

Bl 
Preserya'tion, Pr^-zB- 

Vshn 
Fresenr'ative, Pr^-zB- 

Vt-V 
Freserv'atory, Pr'-zB-V- 

T-B 
Preserve', PrS-zBv, Pps- 

zBvd, Pr!-zBvC) 
PresepT'er, Pr'-zBv-B 



PRE 

Preside', Przi-D, Prz<-Dd, 

Przi-D-NG 
Pres'idenoy, Prz^-Dn-S 
Pres'ident, Przs-Dnt 
Pres'identship, Przs ■ 

Dut-SH (P) 
IPresid'er, PrVzDr 
Presid'ial, Prs»-D-L 
Presid'iary, Prs'-D-S 
Fresid'ine, Prz'-D-Na 
Presig'niiy, Pr'-sft-N-r, 
Prs-BG-N-Fd, Pp»-s&-N- 
F-NG 
f resB, Prsi", Pr«t2, Prs"- 

NO 
Press'-bed, Prs^-Bd 
Press'er, Pr«-sE 
Press'-gang, Pr^-sG-NG 
Preas'ingly, Prs»-NG1 
PresB'-man, Pr^-sMn 
Press'-money, Pr*-sM-N 
Fress'UTe, Pra-SHr 
Press'-work, Pr»-sWr-K 
Prestidigita'tion, Frss- 

Td-J-Tshn 
Preatidig'itator, Pi8>- 

Td-J-Ttr 
Prea'tiee, Pni»-T-J 
Prestlgia'tlon, Prs»-T- 

Jshn 
Prestig'iator, Prs'-T-Jtr 
Pres'to, Prs»-T 
Presum'able-y, Pr»-zM- 

Bl 
Presume', Pr»-zM, Pr^- 

zMd. Pr»-zM-NG 
Presum'er, Pi>-zM-B 
Presump'tion, Pr" - 

zMshn 
Presump'tive, Pr»-zMt- 

V 
PresumptiTely, Fi<-zMt 

-V-£ 
Presumpt'uous, PrS-zK- 

CHb 
Presumpt'uously, Pr> 
^ xM-CS-bL 
Presumpt'uousness, Pr^ 

-zM-CHb-Nb 
Fresnppos'al, Prs^-Pz-L 
Presuppose', Frs> - Pz, 

Prs«-P2d, Pr8»-Pz-NG 
Presupposi'tion, Frs^ - 

Tzehn 
Presurmise', Fr'-sB-Uz 
Pretence', Prs-Tns 
Pretend', Frs-Tnd, PrS- 

Tn-Dd, Fr«-Tnd-NG 
Pretend'edly, Pr'-Tn- 

Dd-i 
Pretend'er, Fr'-Tndr 
Pretense', Prs-Tns 
Preten'sion, Pr«-T-NBlin 
Preten'sive, Pf'-T-Nb-V 
Preten'tiouB, Pr«-Tn-SHB 
Preterhu'mon, Pr'-Tr-H- 

Mn 
Preterimper'fect, Pr'- 

Tr-M-Prf-Kt 
Pret'erit, Prtr«-T 



Pret'erite, Prtr'-T 
Preteri'tion, Pr»-TrBlin 
Pretermis'sion, Pr'-Tr- 

Mshn 
Pretermit', Fr»-Tr-Mt, 

Prs-Tr-M-Td, FrS-Tr- 

MtC) 
Pretemat'ural-ly, PrP- 

B-m-Bl 
Preterper'fect, Pr«-Tr- 

Prf-Kt 
Preterplu'perfeet, Pr" 

Tr-Pl-Prf-Kt 
Pretexf or Pre'text, 

PrSor'-T-Kst 
Preton'io, Pr'-T-N-K 
Pre'tor, Prtr» 
Preto'rial, Pr!-T-iJI 
Preto'rian, Pr^-T-iJn 
Pret'tily, Prs-T-L 
Pret'tiness, Pr»-T-Ifs 
Pret'ty, Pr"-T, Prs-Tr, Frt 

Tst 
Prevail', Pr«-V-L, PrS-T- 

Ld, Fr'-V-li-NG 
Prevail'ing, Pr«-V-L-NG 
Prer'alence, PrS-V-ins 
Prev'alent, Pr«-V-jtiit 
Prev'alentiy, Pr«-V-int- 

L 
Prevar'ioate, Prvi-«-Kt, 

Frvi-S-K-Td, Prv»-i!-Kt- 

NG 
Prevarioa'tiou, PrT»-B- 

Esbn 
Pre var'ioator, Prv> - B - 

Ktr 
Preyen'lerit, Prs-Vn-Nt 
Prevent, Prv»-Nt, Prvs-N- 

Td, PrT>-Nt-»G 
Prevent'able, Prvs-Nt-Bl 
Prevent'er, Prv«-Ntr 
Preven'tion, PrrS-Nslm 
Freven'tional, Frr'- 

TUshn-L 
Frevent'ive, PrvS-Nt-V 
Fre'vious, Pr>-VB 
Fre'viously, Ppi-Vs-L 
Fre'viousQess, Pr'-Ve-Ns 
Previs'ion, Pr^-Vzhn 
Prewam', Pr'-Wrn, Pr'- 

Wnid. Pr'-Wm-NG 
Prey, Pr=, Fr'-D, Fr^-NG 
Prey'er, Pps-B 
Fri'apism, Pri-P-zM 
Price, Prs', Prsti, Prs>- 

NG 
Price'-current, Pr'-sK- 

Rnt 
Priceless, Pr>-Bis 
Price'-liat, Fri-siBt 
Prick, Pr»-K, Pr'-Kt, Pr»- 

K-NG 
Prick'er, Pr«-Kr 
Prick'et, Pi»-K-t ^^ 
Prick'ing, PrS-K-NG 
Prick'ie-y, Pr»-Kl 
Frick'linesB, Prs-Kl-Ns 
Prick'ly-peor, Pr»-Kl-P- 

B (Pr) 



PRI 

Pride, Pr»-D, Pr>-Dd, Pr>- 
D-NG (Prdi, Pr'-Dd, 
PrdCJi) ^ 

Pried, Pr»-D 
Pri'er, Pr»-E 
Priest, Frsts 
Priest'cratt, Prs»-T-Krft 

[Pres-Krft: 
Priest'ess, Prs»-Ts 
Prieat'hood, Frs»-T-Hd 

[Pra-sHd] 
Frieat'-Uke, Prs»-T-i-K 

tPr»-si-K] 
Priest'linesa, Fr»-si-N8 
Friest'ly, Pra-sX 
Priest'-ridden, Pi»-sB- 

Dn 
Prig, Pr»-G, Fr»-Gd, Pr«- 

G-NG 
Prig'gish, Pr'-G-SH 
Prim, Pr»-M. Pr"-Md, PrS- 

M-NG 
Pri'macy, Fr'-M-S 
Pri'ma-donna, Pr^-M- 

D-N 
Pri'ma facie, Pr'-M-F- 

SB 
Pri'maee, Pri-M-J 
Pri'mal, Pr'-M-L 
Pri'marily, Pri-M-Sl 
Pri'mariness, Pri-lI-£- 

Nb 
Fri'mary, Pr'-M-B 
Fri'mate, Pr>-Mt 
Pri'mateship, Fri-Mt- 

SH-P [!8H] 
Prima'tial, Pr«-M-SH1 
Primat'ical, Pri-Mt-£l 
Prime, Pr»-M, Pri-Md, 

Pr>-M-NG 
Prime'ness, Pr^-M-Ns 
Prim'er, Fr>-Mr 
Prim'er, Fr"-Mr 
Prime'val. FH-M-Vl 
Prim'ing, Pr»-M-NG 
Primi'tial, Pr»-M-SH1 
Prim'itive, Pio-Mt-V 
Prim'itively, Pr«-Mt-V-£ 
Frim'itiveness, Pr»-Mt- 

V-Ns [!Vb] 
Primly, Pr»-M-i 
Prim'ness, Pr>-M-N8 
Primoge'nial, Pra-M-J- 

Nl 
Frimogen'itor, Pr" - M - 

Jntr 
Primogen'iture, Fr" - M- 

J-Ntr 
Primogen'itureship, Pr' 

-M-J-Ntr-SH-P 
Primor'dial, Pr'-M-Bd-L 
Prim'rose, Pr»-M-iJz 
Prince, PrnB' 
Frinoe'dom, Pms'-D-M 
Prinoe'-like, Pms'Si-K 

[Pl'3-Si-Kl 

Frince'linesB, Vid^'.L- 

Ns [Prs-si-Ns] 
Prinoeay, Fm8>!i^ [PrS- 

b£] • 



PRT 



Prin'ce's-metal, PraszS 

!Mt-i 
■Prin'cess, Prn»-Ss 
Prin'oipal, Pr»-Ns-P-L 

[PrS] 
Prinoiparity, Pr'-Ne-P- 

i-T 
Prln'oipally, Pr*-Ns-P-i; 
_[Pr»J 

Prinoip'ia, Prs-Ns-P 
Priu'ciple, (u.) Prs-Ns-P 

L [Pr>] 
Prin'ciple, (».) Pr^-Ns-P- 

li, PrS-Ns-P-Ld,PrS--Ns-P 

L-Na 
Prink, Pra-NG-K, Pr"-NG- 

Kt, Pr8-NG-K-NG 
Print, Pmt', PmS-Td, 

Pmt»-NG 
Print'er, Prntr" 
Print'ing, Pmt'-NG 
Frinfing-lnk, Pmt'-NO- 

NG-K 
Prinfing-preas, Pmt' - 

NG-Prs 
Frint'-shop, Pmf-SH-P 
Pri'or, Pri-E 
Pri'orate, Pri-Bt 
Pri'oress, Pri-fis 
Prior'ity, Pr'-s-T 
Pri'orship, Pr'-B-SH-P 

Pri'ory, Pr'-fl 
Pris'age, Pra'-J 
Prism, Pr'-zM 
Prismat'lc, Pri-zMt-K. 
Prismat'ioal-ly, Pr'-zMt- 

El 
Pris'moid, Pr^-zM-D 
Pris'on, Prz'-N, Prz»-lld, 

Przs-N-NG 
Pris'on-base, Prz'-N-Bs , 
Pris'oner, Prz^-Nr 
Pris'on-house, Prz'-N- 

Hs 
Pris'tine, Pre'-Tn 
Prith'ee, Pr»-DH 
Pri'vaey, Prr'-S 
Pri'vate, Pr>-Vt 
Privateer', Prr' - T - R. 
• Prvs-T'-Kd, Prv»-T-JJ-NG 
Pri'vately, Pri-vt-i 
Fri'vateneBs, Pr'-Vt-Ns 
Friva'tiQn, Prs-Vshn 
Priv'ative, Pr»-Vt-V 
Friv'atlvely, Prs-Vt-V-i 
Friv'et, Pr^-Vt 
Friv'ilege, Pr»-vi-J, Pr"- 

Vl-Jd, Pr»-Vl-J-NG 

CPrv«-J, Prv'-Jd, PrT>-J- 

NO] 
Priv'ileged, Pr»-Vl-ja 

[PrvS-Jd] 
Priv'ily, Pra-Vl 
Priv'ity, Prv'-T 
Priv'y, Pr»-V 
Prize, Przi, Przd', Ppz'- 

NG 
Prize'-flght, Prz'-Ft 
Prize'-flghter, Prz»-rtr 



203 

Frize'-mones-. pr'-zM-N 
Fr z'er, Pri-Zr 
Pro, Pra 
Prob'abilism, Pr'-B-Bl- 

■aU 
Prob'abilist, l^'-B-Blst 
Probability, Pr»-B-Bl-T 

(oi-Blt) 
Prob'able-y, Pr»-B-BI 

[P'B] 
FroTjang, Pr^-B-NG 
Fro'bate, Pr^-B-T, Pr«-B- 

Td, Pr2-B-T-NG 
Froba'tion, Pr^-Bshn 
Froba'tioual, Pr^-Bshn-Z 
Froba'tioner, PrS-Bshn- 

R 
FroTjative, PrS-B-Tv 
FroTaatory, Pr«-B-T-K 
Probe, Pr»-B, Pr»-B-D, 

Prs-B-NG 
Prob'ity, Pr'-B-T 
Frob'lem, Pr'-Bl-M 
Froblemat'ic, Pri-Bl-Mt- 

E 
Problemat'ioal-ly, Pr'- 

Bl-Mt-Kl 
Probos'cides, Fr'-Bs-Dz 
ProbOB'ois, Pr'-Bss 
Froced'ure, Pp»-BJr 
Proceed', Prs'-D, Prs»-Dd, 

Prs»-D-NG 
Fro'ceeds. Prs»-Dz 
Frooeed'er, Pr'-sDr 
Froceed'ing, Prs»-D-NG 
Froo'ess, -rss" 
Froces'sion, FrstAn' 
Frooes'sional, Prs<tn>-L 
Proces'sionary, Prssftn*- 
B — The Shuit'Cuil being 
continued up so that Bee 
may be joined at an 
angle. 
Proo'idenoe, Prs'-Dns 
Proclaim', Pr«-Kl-M, PpS- 

Kl-Md, Pr!-Kl-M-NG 
Proolaim'er, Pi«-Kl-Mr 
Froclaioa'tiou, Pi'-El- 

Mshn 
Frbolivaty, Pr»-Kl-V-T 
Prooon'sul, Pp'!s£ 
Frocon'sular, Priisi-B 
Frocon'BUlate, Pri!si-T 
Frocon'sulship, Pr»isZ- 

8H-P 
Proeraa'tinate, Ppi-Krs- 
T-Nt, Pr>-Kr8-T-N-Td, 
Pr'Krs-T-Nt-NG 
Froorastina'tion, Pr^- 

Krs-T-Nshn 
Proras'tinator, Pr'-Ers- 

T-Ntr 
Fro'oreant, PrS-Kr-Nt 
Pro'create, PpS-Er^T, Pr*- 

Er-Td, Pr2-Er-T-NG 
Froorea'tiou, Pr^-Erehn 
Pro'oreative, Pj«-Kr-TT 
Pro'oreator, Pi«-Eptp 
Frocrus'teon, Pr>-EiB' 
Tn 



PRO 

Froo'tor, Prt-lttr 
Froo'torage, Pr'-Etr-J 
Frooto'rial, Pr^-E-T-fll 
Froc'torsbip, Pr>-Etr-SH 

(-P) 
Frocum'berit, Pr'iBnt 
Froour'able, Pr«-Er-BI 
Froe'uraoy, Pr>-Er-8 
Proeura'tion, Pr=-Krshn 
Froo'urator, Pri^Ertr 
Procure', Pr»-Er, PrS-Erd, 

Pra-Er-NG 
Froaure'ment, Pr'-Er- 
' Mnt 

Procur'er, PrS-Kr-B 
Froour'ess, Pr'-Er-S 
Frod'igal-iy, Pri-D-Gl 

(Prdi-Gl) 
Frodigal'ity, Pr'-D-Ql-T 

(Prd'-Glt) 
Prodlg'ious, Prd>-Js 
Frodig'iously, Prd»-J-B£ 
Frodig'iousness, Prds- 

Js-Ns 
Prod'igy, Prdi-J 
Produce', Ppa-Ds, Prs-Dst, 

Pr»-Ds-NG 
Prod'uce, Pr'-Ds 
Frodu'cer, Prs-D-sE 
Froduoibil'ity, Pr"-Ds- 

Bl-T 

Produ'olblenesB, Pp»-Ds- 

Bl-Ns [IBs] 
Prod'uct, Pr>-D-Et 
Froduo'tile, Pr^-D-Et-L 
Froduc'tion, Prs-D-Eshn 
Froduc'tive, Pr«-D-Et-V 
Froduo'tively, Pr«-D-Et- 

V-i 
Produc'tiveneBs, PpS-D- 

Et-V-Ns [iVs] 
Fro'em, Prs-M 
Froe'mial, Pr^-M-L 
Prof., Prf> 
Frofana'tion, Pr'-F- 

Nshn. See Preventiim, 
Profane', Pr«-Pu, Pr»- 

Fnd, Pr2-Fn-NG 
Frofaneay, Pr*-F-Nl 
Frofaue'nesB, Pr'-Fn-Ns 
Profan'er, Pr^-F-Nr 
Profan'ity, PrP-N-T 
Fro'fert, Pr«-Frt 
Profess', Pr!-FB, Pr^-FBt, 

Pp«-Ps-NG 
Frofess'edly, Pr»-Fs-D-£ 
Frofes'sion, Pr>-Fshn 
Frofes'sional-Iyr Pr*- 

Fshn-i 
Frofess'or, PrS-Fs-K 
Frofesso'rial, Pr^-Fs-HI 
FrofeBB'orship, Pr'-Fs- 

RiSH 
Proffer, Pr»-Fr, Pri-Frd, 

Pr»-Fr-NG 
Profl'oienoe, Pr^-F-SHhs 
Frofl'oienoy, Pr'-Fshn-S 
Profl'oient, Pr8-Fshnt 
FrCflle, Prs-F-L, PrS-P- 

Ld, Pr«-F-L-NG 



PRO 

Fro'fiUst, Pr«-F-£8t 
Profit, Pr>-Ft, Pr'-F-Td, 
Pri-Ft-NO 

FToritable-y> Pr>-Ft-Bl 

[Prft>-B) 
Frof itablenesB, Fri-Ft- 

Bl-Ns [PrftMBs] 
Frof itlesB, Pri-Ft-Xa 
Frof ligacy, Pr'-Fl-G-S 
Frof ligate, Pr>-Fl-G-T 
Frofligately, Pr>-Fl-G- 

T-z; 
Profluent, Pri-Fl-Nt 
Pro' forma, Pr^-F-B-M 
Profound', Pr'-Fnd 
Frofound'ly, Pri-Fnd-i 
Frofound'ness, Pri-Fnd- 

Ns 
Frofiin'dity, Prfa-Nd-T 
Profuse', Pra-Fa 
Profuse'ly, Pr'-Fs-L 
Frofuee'neBS, Fr<>-Fs-Ns 
Frofu'aion, Prs-Fzhn 
Frog, Pr'-G 
Froeeu'itor, PrS-Jntp 
Frogen'iture, Pr»-J-Ntr 
Frog'eny, Pr'-J-N 
Frogna'tnous, Pi^-g-K- 

THs 
Progno'sis, Prs-G-Nsa 
Frognos'tic, Pr'-G-Ns-T' 

K 
Frognos'tioate, Pr'-G- 

Ns-T-Kt, Pr>-a-Ns-T-K- 

'Id. Pri-G-Ns-T-Kt-NG 
' Frognostica'tion, Pr>-G- 

Ns-T-Kshn 
Frognos'tioator, Pri-G- 

Ns-T-Ktp 
Fro'gram, Pr»-Gr-M 
Pro'gramme, Fri-Gr-M 
Prog'ress, («.) Pr'-Grs 
Progress', (».) Pr'-Grs, 

PrS-Grst. PrS-Gis-NG 
Frogres'sion, Pi^-GisBn 
Frogres'sional, Fr'- 

Grshn-Z^ 
Progress'ive, Pr»-Grs-V 
Progress'irely, FtS-Gts- 

FrogresB'ireuess, Pr«- 

Grs-V-Ns t!Vs] 
Prohib'lt, Pr'-B-T, PrS-B- 

Td. Pp»-B-T-KG 
Frohib'iter, Prs-Btr 
Frohibl'tion, Pr>-Bshn 
Frohibi'tionist, Pr> - 

Bshn-8t 
Prohib'itive, Pp'-B-Tt 
Prohib'itory, Pr»-B-T-Je 
Project', Pr2-J-Kt 
Proj'eet, Pr>-J-Kt 
Projeot'ile, Pr'-J-Kt-L 
Proieo'tion, Pr«-J-Kshn 
Projeot'or, Pr»-J-Ktr 
Froieot'ure, Pt>-J-K-CHr 
Frojet',Pr2ZH 
Prolapse', Pr'-iPs 
Prolapsed', Pr'-i-Pst 
Prolap'sion, Pi'i-X-Pslin 



210 

Frolap'sus, Fr>-£-Fs8 
Pro'late, Pr2 -Zt 
Frola'tlon, Pr'-islin 
Pro'leg, Pr»-Z,-G 
Frolegom'ena, Pr>-z;-G- 

M-N 
Prolep'sis, Pr«-£-Fss 
Frolep'tic, Pr«-i-Pt-K 
Frolep'tioal-ly, Pr«-i-Pt- 

Kl 
Froletaire', Pr«-i-T-E 
Froleta'rian, Vi>-L-TSn 
Prol'icide, Pri-Xs-D 
Proliferous, Pr»-i-Frs 
Prolific, Pr»-£-F-K 
Prolifical-ly, PrS-i-F- 

El 
Frolifica'tion, Fr»-i-F- 

Eahn 
Prolif icness, Fr>-£-F-K- 

Ns 
Prolix', Pr».t-Ks 
Prolix'ity, Pr»-i-KB-T 
Prolix'ly, PrS-£-E-B£ 
Proliz'neas, Pr>-i;-EB-N8 
Proloo'utor, Pr'-Z-Etr 
Froloc'utorship, Pr^-i- 

Ktr-SH-P 
Fro'logue, Pi«-Z;-0 
Prolong', Pr»-Z,-NG, Pr'- 

Z.-NGd. Pri-i-NG-NG 
Prolonga'tion, Sfi-Ln- 

GBbn 
Prolong'er, Pr»-£-NGr 
Prolu'sion, Pi'-Lntm 
Promenade', Pr»or'-M-N- 

D, PrSori-M-N-Dd, Pr»ori- 

M-N-D-NG 
Frome'thean, Pr»-M- 

THn 
Prom'inence, Pri-Mn- 

Nb 
Prom'luency, Pr>-Mn-N- 

8 
Prominent, Pri-Hn-Nt 
From'inently, Fri-Mn- 

Nt-L 
Promis'cuous, Pr^-Ms- 

Es , 

Fromia'cuoualy, Pt'-Mb- 

E-b£ 
Promis'cuousness, Pis- 

Ms Eb-Nb 
From'ise, Pr'-Ma, Fr'- 

Mst, Pr>-Ms-NG 
Promisee', Pi«-M-S 
Prom'iser, Pr>-M6-B 
Prom'ising, Pr>-Ms-NG 
Prom'isingly, Pr> - Ms - 

NG-L 
Prom'iaory, Fr'-Ms-H 
Prom'iaory note, Pri - 

ilB-R-St 
From'ontory, Pr'-Mn-T- 

B 
Promote', Pr«-Mt, Pr«-M- 

Td, PrS-MtC) 
Promot'er, Pr»-Mtr 
Fromo'tion, PrS-Mshn 
Fromo'tive, Pr»-Mt-V 



PRO 

Prompt, la.) Fr'-Mt, Ppi- 

Mtr, Pr'-M-Tst 
Prompt, {».) Pr'-Mt, FrL 

M-Td, Pr'-MtC) 
Frompt'er, Pr>-Mtr 
Frompt'itude, Fr>-Mt-Td 
Prompt'ly, Pr'-Mt-i 
Prompt'ness, Pri-Mt-Ns 
Fromul'gate, Prs-Ml-Gt 

Pra-Ml-G-Td, Pr«-Ml-Gt- 

NG 
Promulga'tion, PrS-Ml- 

Gshn ' 
Pro'mulgator, Pr'-Ml- 

Gtr 
Fromulge', PrS-M-i-j, 

PrS-M-i-Jd, Pr«-M-£-J. 

NG 
Promurger, Pr«-MI-Jr 
Frona'tion, Pri-K8lin 
Prona'tor, Frs-Ntr 
Prone, PrnS • 
Pronely, Pr«-NI 
Prone'ness, FmS-Ns 
Prong', Pr'-NG 
Pronged, Pr'-NG-D 
Fronom'inal, Pri-K-K- 

m 

Pro'noun, Pr^-Nn 
Pronounce', Prni - Ns, 
• Prn»-N8t, Pm'N8-NG 
Pronounce'able, Fmi- 

Ns-Bl 
Pronounced', Ppn'-Hst 
Fronoun'cer, Prni-Ns-B 
Fronoun'cing, Pni<-Ns- 

NG 
Fronunoiamen'to, Pm>- 

N-S-Mn-T 
Pronunoiamien'to, Pm*- 

N-TH-M-N-T 
Pronuncia'tion, Pm'-N- 

SHshn 
Fronun'ciative, Pin>-K- 

SHt-V 
Proof, Prfs , 
Proofless, Prf»-£8 
Proof -press, Pr»-F-Pr8 
Proof-sheet, ■pit'-sm 
Prop, Pr>-P, Pr>-P-T, Pr»- 

P-NG 
Frop'agable, Pr'-P-G-Bl 
Propagan'da, Pr'-P-Gn- 

D 
Fropagan'dism, Pr'-P- 

Gn-D-zM 
Propagan'dist, Pri - P - 

Gud-St 
Prop'agate, Pr>-P-Gt, Pr>- 

P-G-Td, Pri-P-Gt-NG 
Propaga'tion, Pr>- P-Gshn 
Frop'agator, Pr'-P-Gtr 
Propel', Pr»-P-L, Pr«-P- 

Ld, Pr»-P-L-NG 
Propel'ler, Pr»-P-i-n 
Propend'enoy, Pr«-Pii- 

DnS 
Fropense', Pr«-Pns 
Propense'ness, Pr»-Fns- 



PRO 

Propen'sion, Pr^-P-Nshn 
Propen'sity, Pr»-P-Ns-T 
Prop'er, Pr'-Pr 
Prop'erly, Pr'-Pr-i 
Prop'erness, Pr'-Pr-Ns 
Prop'evty, Pri-P-a-T 
Prop' erty- man, Pri-P- 

R T- Mn 
Proph'eoy, PrP-S 
Propb'esier, PrP-S-E 
Proph'esy, Prf'-S, Pri-Fs- 

D, Prfi-S-NG 
Proph'et, Pr>-Ft- 
Proph'etess, Pr'-F-Ts 
Prophet'io, Pr^-F-T-K 
Prophet'ioal-ly, Pr»-Ft- 

Kl 
Prophet'icalness, Fr>- 

Ft-Kl-Ns 
Proph'et-Uke, Pr«-Pt-i- 

E 
Prophylao'tio, Pri-F-£. 

K-T-K 
Prophylaotieal, Pr»-P- 

■£K-T-K1 
Prophylax'is, Pr'-F-r- 



211 



Propin'quity, Pr^-P-NG- 

Kw-T 
Fropi'tiable, Pr'-P-SH- 

Bl 
Propi'tlate, PrS-P-SH-T 
Propitia'tion, Pr«-P- 

SHshn 
Propi'tlator, Vv'-V-SEtr 
Propi'tiatory, Pr»-P-Sff- 

T-K 
Propi'tious, PrS-P-SHs 
Propi'tiously, Pr^-P-SHe- 

L 
Propi'tiousness, Prs-p. 

SHs-Ns 
Pro'plasm, Pr»-Pl-zM 
Pro'polis, PrS-P -is 
Propo'nent, PrS-Pn-Nt 
Propor'tion, Pr«-P-Rshn. 

PrS-P-Rshnd, Pr«-P- 

KBhn-NG. See Prepara- 
tion. 
Propor'tionable-y, Pr«- 

P-Rshn-Bl 
Fropor'tionableness, 

PrS-P-Eshn-Bl-Ns [!Bs] 
Propor'tionaHy, Pr'-P- 

Bshn-L 
Proportioual'ity, Pr>-P- 

«shn-i-T 
Propor'tionate, Pi* ■ P - 

Rshn-T, PrsPEBhn-Td. 

PrS-P-Kshn-T NG cPr«- 

Pshn - T, Pp= - Psh a - Td. 

PrsPshn-T-NGj 
Propor'tionately, Ppsp- 

Buhn-T-i (Pr» Pshn-Tl 
Proportionateness, PrS 

-P-Rshn-T-Ns [PrS-Pshn 

T-Ns] 
Propor'tionless, Pr*-P 

Bfihn-Ls 
FropOB'al, Fr^-Pz-L 



Propose', Pr= - Pz, , Pr' - 

Pzd, Pv2-Pz-NG 
Propos'er, Pr^-P-Zr 
Froposi'tion, Pr'-Pziln 
FropoBi'tioual, Pr" - 

Pz«An-L ■ 
Propound', Pr' ■ Pn - D, 
Pr'-Pn-Dd, Pr'-Pn-D-NG 
Propound'er, Pr'-Pn-D- 

R 
Propri'etary, Pr'-Pr-T-B 
Propri'etor, P^'-Prtr 
Propri'etorship, Pr' - 

PrtrSH-P 
Propri'etreBS, Pri-Pr-Trs 
Propri'ety, Pr'-Pr-T 
Props, Pri-Ps 
Propugn', Pr^-Pn 
Propugn'er, PrS-P-Nr 
Propul'sion, Prs-P-ishn 
Propul'sive, PrS-P-£s-V 
Prop'ylon, Pri-P-Ln 
Pro ra'ta, Pr'or«iJ-T 
Prorate', Pra-Bt, Pr«-JS. 

Td, Pr>-Ht-NG 
Proroga'tion, Pr^ - R ■ 

Gshn 
Prorogue', Pr^-iJ-G, Pr^- 

R-Od, PrS-«-&-NG 
Frorup'tion, Prs-ii-Pebn 
Frosa'io, Pr^-zK 
Prosa'ioal, PrS-zK-L 
Frosa'ically, PrS-zK-£ 
Fro'saism, PrS-zZ-M 
Fro'saist, Pr^-zSt 
Frosce'nium, Prs«-N-M 
Proscribe', Pr'-sK-B, Pr>- 
sK-Bd. Pri-sK-B-NG. Bee 
note under Prescribe. 
Prosorib'er, Pr'-sK-Br 
Frosorip'tion, Prs - sK - 

Pshn 
Frosorip'tive, Pr»-sK-Pt- 

V 
Prose, Przs, Prz'-D, Prz«- 

NG 
Fros'ecutable, Pr>-sKt- 

BI 
Fros'ecute, Pr'-sKt, Pr'- 
6K-Td, Pr>-sKt-NG. " 
Persecute. 
Frosecu'tion, Pi^-sEshn. 

See Persecution, 
Pros'eoutor, Pri-sKtr 
Fros'elyte, PrJ-s£t, Pr«- 

si-Td. Pr>-s£t-NG 
Pros'elytism, Pp>-si-T- 

zM 
Fros'elytize, Pr>-si-Tz, 
Pri-sZ,-Tzd, Pr>-si-Tz- 
NG 
Fros'er, Pr»-Zr 
Pros'ily, Pr^-Zl 
Fros'iness, Pr^-Z-Ns 
Pro-sla'very, Pr>-s£-Vr 
Proso'dial, Prs»-D-L 
Frosod'ioal, Prs>-D-Kl 
Froso'dian, Prs'-Dn 
Fros'odist, Prs'-Dst 
Pros'ody, Prs'-D 



PRO 

FrosopopoB'ia, Prs'-P-P- 

Y 
Fros'peot, Prei-P-Kt, Prs' 

-P-K-Td. Prs'i-P-Kt-NG 
Frospeo'tion, Pra« - P ■ 

Eebn 
Prospeot'ive, Prs*-P-Kt- 

V 
Prospect'ively, Prs^-P- 

Kt-Vi 
Frospee'tus, Pra^-P-K-Ts 
Froa'per, Pri-ePr, Pr>. 

sPrd. Pr'-sPr-NG 
Prosper'ity, Pr^-sPr-T 
Fros'perous, Pr'-sPrs 
Pros'perously, Pr'-sPr- 

s/> 
Fros'perousness, Pr'- 

sPrs-Ns 
Fros'tate, Pre'-Tt 
Fros'tbesiB, Prs'-THss 
Fros'titute, Prsi-T-Tt, 

Pre'-T-T-Td, Pps'-T-T-T- 

NG [Prei-Tt, Prs>-T-Ta. 

Prsi-Tt(-)1 
Prostitu'tion, Prs» - T - 

Tshn [Prs8-Tshn] 
Fros'titutor, Prs'-T-Ttr 
Pros'trate, Pr'-sTrt, Pr>- 

sTi-Td. Pr'-sTrtC) 
Frostra'tion, Pi*-BTrBlm 
Pro'style, Prs'-T-L 
Froa'y, Pr»-Z, PrS-Zr, Pr'- 

Zst 
Prosyl'logism, Pr>-BL-J- 

zM 
Frot'asis, Pr'-Tss 
Pro'tean, Pr»-Tn 
Protect', Prts-Kt, Prts-K- 

Td, Prt2-Kt-NG 
Protec'tion, Prt>-EBhn 
Frotec'tioi)ist, Prt--Eslm 

-St 
Proteot'ive, Prts-Kt-V 
Froteot'or, Prt^ Ktr 
Proteet'orate, Prt^-Ktr-T 
Frotect'orship, Prt^-Ktr- 

SH(P) 
Proteot'ress, Prt=E-Trs 
Protege', Pr«T-ZH 
Fro'teine, PrS-Tn 
Protest', Pr'-Tst, Pr=-Ts- 

Td, Pr2-Tst NG 
Pro'test, Prs-Tst 
Frot'estant, Prts'-Tnt 
Prot'estantism, Prts*- 

Tnt-Z-M [Tt-zMI 
Frot«sta'tion, Pr^-Ts- 

Tshn 
Frotest'ed, PrS-Ts-Td 
Frotest'er, Pr^-Tstr 
Frothon'otary, Pr>-THn- 

Pro'toool, Pr»-T-El 
Pro'tomartyr, Pr»T-Mtr 
Pro'toplast, Prs-T-Plet 
Fro'totype, Prt«T-P 
Froto'zo. Pt'T Z 
Frotozo'an, Pr^-Tz-N^ 
Protozo'io, PrS-T-zK 



PRO 

Protract', Pr>-Tr-Kt, Pr'- 

Tv-K-Td. Prl-Tr-Kt-NG 
Protraot'er, Pri-Tr-Ktr 
Protrac'tion, Pr' - Tr - 

EKhn 
Protraot'ive, Pr'-Tr-Kt-T 
Protract'or, Pri-Tr-Ktr 
Protrude', Pr'-Trd, Pr»- 

Tr-Dd.Pr«-TrdC) 
Protru'sion, Pr«-Trzhn 
Protru'sive, Prs-Trs-V 
Protu'berance, Pr» -T - 

Bros 
ProtuTjerant, Prs-T-Bmt 
Protu'berate, Pr^.T Brt 
Protu'berated, Pr' T Br 

Td 
Protubera'tion, Pr' T - 

Brshn 
Proud, Pri-D (Prd'). Pr' 

Dr. Pr>Dst 
Proud'ly, Pr>-D-Z 
ProT'able.Prs-VBl 
Prove, Prv». Prvd«, Prr*- 

Na 

Prov'en, Prv'-N 
Prov'ender, Prv'-Ndr 
Pro'ver, Pr^-Vr 
Prov'erb, Prv>-B-B 
Proverb'ial, Pry«-B-B-L 
Proverb'ialism, Prv»-B- 

B-iz-M 
Proverb'ialist, Prvs-B- 

B-Lst 
Proverb'ialize, PrrS-X- 

B -iz 
Proverb'iaHy, Prv^-B-B- 

L 
Provide', Pr>-Vd, Pr'-V- 

Dd, Pr'-Vd-NG 
Provid'ed, Pr'-V-Dd 
Prov'idenoe, Prvd'-Ns 
Prov'ident, Prvdl-Nt 
Provlden'tial, Prvd^-N- 

8H1 
Providen'tially, Prvd*- 

N-Sffl 
Prov'idently, Prvd'-Nt-L 
Provid'er, Pr'-Vdr 
Prov'inoe, Prv'-Ns 
Provin'oial, Prv»-N-SH1 
Frovln'oialiam, PrT»-N 

SHlz-M 
Provinciarity, Prv>-N 

SHl-T 
Provine', Pr>-Vn 
Provis'lon, Pr«-Vzhn, Pr^ 

-Vzhnd. Pr«-Vzlm-NG 
Provls'ional-ly, Pr»- 

Vzhn-i 
Provis'ionary, Pr"-V2hn- 

R 
Provi'ao, Pr'-V-Z 
Provi'sor, Pri-V-Zr 
Provl'sory, Pr'-Vz-B 
Provoca'tion, Prvs-Kshn 
Provo'oative, PrvS-Kt-V 
Provoke', Prv»-K, Prv'- 

Kt. PryS-KNa 
Provok'er, Pr«-V-Kr 



213 

Provok'ingly, Prv» - K • 

NGl 
Prov'ost, Prs-Vst 
Prov'ost-marshal, Pr^- 

VMrSHl 
Prov'ostshlp, Pr«-Vst!SH 
Prow, Pr' 
Prow'eas, Pr'-S 
Prowl, Pr'-L, Pr'-Ld, Pr>- 

L-NG 

Prowl'er, Pr'-i-E 
Prowl'in'g, Pr»-L-NG 
Prox'imate, Pr'-K-sMt 
Frox'imately, Pri-E-sMt- 

L 
Proxim'jty, Pr»K-sM-T 
Prox'imo, Pr'-K sM 
Proxy, Pr>-K-S 
Prox'yshlp, Pri-E-S!SH 
Prude, Pr»-D 
Pru'denoe, Pr' Dns 
Pru'dent, Pr»-Dnt 
Pruden'tial, Pr« D-N-SHl 

IPr^-Dn] 
Pruden'tially, Pr>-D-II- 

Sm. iPr'-DnJ 
Pru'dently, PrS-Dnt-L 
Prud'ery, Pr^-Dr 
Prud'ish, Pr«-D-SS 
Prud'ishiy, Pt'-D-sm 
Prune, Pm», Pmds, Pro*- 

NG 
Prunella, Pr»-N-Ji (Pr^- 

Nl) 
Prunello. Pr>-If-i (PrS 

Prun'er, Pr»-N r 
Prunif erous, Pr^-N-F-Rs 
Prun'lng-hook, Prn»- NG- 

H-K 
Prun'ing-knife, Prn'-NG 

-M-P 
Prun'ing-sbears, Prn'- 

MGSH-Rz {or -SHrz) 
Pru'rienoe, Vi'-Rne 
Pru'riency, Pr»-Bn-8 
Prurig'inouB, Pr»-B-J-Ns 
Pruri'go, Pr>-BG 
Prus'sian, Prshn*or> 
Prus'siate, Prs»or8-T 
Prua'sic, Pr2or»-sK 
Frua'sic-acid, Pr«or>-sK8- 

D 
Pry, Pri, Pr«-D, Pr»-NG 
Faalm, bM> 
Faalm'iat, sMst* 
Fsalmod'ical, si'-Md-Kl 
Psal'modiBt, aZ'-M-Dst 
Psal'mody, st'M D 
Paalmos'rapher, s£>-M' 

GrFr 
Fsalmog'raphy, si'-M- 

Gr-F 
Psal'ter, sLtr^ 
Psal'tery, sit>-fi 
Pseu'do, bDo' 
Paeu'dograph, sDi-Grf 
Paeudog'rajphy, sDi-Gr- 

F 
Fseudol'ogy, sD'-i- J 



PUG 



Paeu'donym, sD'-N-M 

Paeudou'ymoua, eD'-N 

Mb 
Paeu'dOBCope, sD'-sK-P 
Pshaw, SHI 
Fsitta'ceouB, bT^SHs 
Fso'ra, bR' 
Faychic, 8E>-K 
FBy'cbieal, sK>-El 
Fsyoholog'io, sK-X'-J-K 
Fsyctiolog'ioal, bE-£1-J. 

Kl 
Psyohorogiat, sE-i' Jst 
Psyohorogy, bK'L'J 
Pay'chomaucy, «E-Mn- 

81 
Ftar'migan, Tr'-M-Gn 
Pterodac'tyl, T'-«-D-Et- 

L 
Ftia'an, Tz»-N 
Ftolema'io, T^-i-M-E 
Pty'alism, T'-iz-M 
Pu'beral, ps-Br-L 
Pu'berty, ps-Br T 
Pubea'oenee, ps-Bs-Ns 
Pubes'cent, ps-Bs-Nt 
Public, ps-B-i-K [P2-B] 
Pub'lican, pa-B-i-Kn 

rP^i-Bni 
Fublica'tion, ps-B-i- 

Kshn [Pa-Bshn] 
Pnb'Ucist, pa-B-is-St 
Publio'ity, P« B-£s-T 
Pub'lioly, P«-B -i-El IP»- 

B-El] 
Fub'liah, pa-B-t-SH, pa- 

B-L-SH-T, P«-B-i-SH- 

NG [PS-B, P«-BiT, pa- 
_BC) 
Publisher, P»-B-i-SHr 

[Pa-B-SHr] 
Publishment, ps-B-i- 

S'H-Mnt 
Puce, Ps' 
Fu'ceron, PMBn 
Puck'er, P«-Er, ps-Erd, 

PS-Er-NG 
Pud'der, ps-Dr 
Fud'ding, P»-D-NG 
Pud'ding-atone, P'-D- 

NGs-Tn 
Pud'dle, ps-Dl, p>-Dia, 

PS-DlNG 
Fud'dling, P»-D1-NG 
Fud'dly, P»-D1 
Pu'dency, P=-Dn-S 
Fudic'ity, pa-Ds-T 
Fu'erile, P'-ifl 
Pu'erileneas, P»-BI.Ns 
Pueril'ity,pa-fil-T 
Fuer'peral, ps-BPr L 
Puff, PP. Pfts, Pfs-NG 
Pufr-ball, Pf2-B-L 
Puff-er, ps-Fr 
Puffin, ps-Fn 
Puff-ineas, P'-F-Ns 
Puffing, PP-NG 
Puffy, ps-F 
Pug, P!-G 
Pug'-dog, ps-G-D-G 



PUG 

Pug'-faoed, ps-O-Fst 
Pug'ging, p2-a-NG 
Pugh, Po" 
Pu'gU, P8.J.I, 
Fji'gilism, pa- J-iz-M 
Pu'giliBt, ps-J-ist 
Pugilist'ic, ps- J.£s-T-K 
Pugna'ciouB, ps-G-N-SHs 
Pugna'ciouslv, pa-G-N- 

SHe-i 
Pugnao'ity, P«-Q-Ns-T 
Pug'-nose, pii-G-Nz 
Puis'ne, ps-N 
Pu'issance or Puis'- 

sance, Ps^-Ns 
Pu'issant or Puis'sant, 

PB>-Nt 

Pu'issantly or Puis'- 
santly, PB>-Nnf-L 

Puke, P«-K, P'-Kt, P»-K 
NO 

Pul'chritude, PI»-Kr-Td 

Pule, pa-L, P"-Ld, P»-L- 
KG 

Pul'ingly, P»-L-NG1 

PuU, P'-L, P»-Ld, P»-L- 

^NG 

PuUTsBCk, P»-i-B-K 

PuU'er, P«-i-B 

Pul'let, ps-£t 

Pul'ley, ps-£ 

Pul'lioat, P>-i-K-T 

Pul'lulate, P»-i-it 

Pul'monary, P1»-M-Np 

Pulmon'io, PU-Mn-K 

Pulp, P2-X-P 

Pulped, ps-£.Pt 
Pul'pit, Pa-i-Pt 
Pul'pit-orator, pti-pt- 

Etr 
Pulp'ous, ps-r-Ps 
Pulp'ousness, P»-i-Ps-Ns 
Pulp'y, P2-£-P 
Pul'que, ps-i-K 
Ful'sate, P»-is-T, P«-i;s- 

Td, PS-£s-T-NG 
Pul'satile, P»-£s-T-L 
Pulsa'tion, P«-iss*» 
Pul'sative, P«-£s-Tt 
Pul'satory, P^-is-T-iJ 
Pulae, ps-Ls 
Fulse'less, F<-£s-£s 
Pulsif io, pa Zrs-P-E 
Pul'sion, ps-ishn 
Pul'verable, P«-Z-Vr-Bl 
Pul'verizable, P"-i-Trz- 

Bl 
Pulveriza'tion, P»-£- 

yxzshn 
Pul'verize, P«-i;-Vrz, P»- 

£-Vrzd, P>-i-Vrz-NG 
Pulver'ulenoe, P>-L-Vr- 

£ns 
Pulyer'ulent, P>-£-Vr- 

£nt 
Pam'ioe, P>-Ms 
Pumi'ceous, pa-M-SHs 
Pum'mace, p'-Ma 
Pum'mel, P'-Ml. Bee 

Pomme/. 1 



213 

Pump, pa-M-P, pa-Mt, Pa. 

M-P-NG 
Pump'-brake, P>-M-P- 

Br-K 
Pump'-dale, pa-M-P-D-L 
Pump'er, pa-M-Pr 
Pump'-gear, pa-M-P-Gr 
PumpTcin, pa-M-Kn 
Pun, Pna, Pnda, Pna-NG 
Punch, pa-N-CH, pa-N- 

CHt. pa-N-CH-NG 
Punoh'-bowl, pa-N-CH- 

B-L 
Punoh'eon, pa-N-CHn 
Punoh'er, pa-N-CHr 
Punch'-essenoe, pa-N- 

CH-Sna 
Punohinello, pa-N-CH- 

Nl 
Punch'y, PS-N-CH 
Punc'tate, pa-KG-Tt 
Puno'tated, pa-NG-T-Td 
Punc'tiform, pa-NG-T- 

Pr-M 
Punotil'lo, pa-NG-T-JS 
Ponotirioua, P'-NG-T- 

La 
PunbtiriouBly, pa-NG- 

T-is-Z 
FunctiriousnesB, P>-NG- 

'I-is-Na • 
Puno'to, Pa-NG-T 
Punct'ual, pa-NG-CH-L 
Punetual'ity, P>-NG-CH- 

i-T 
Punct'ually, pa-NG-CH- 

h 

Punot'uate, pa-NG-CHt, 

pa-NG-CH-Td, Pa-NG- 

CHt-NG 
Punotua'tion, pa. KG - 

OHshn 
Punot'ulst, pa-NG-CHst 
Punct'ure, pa.NGtr, pa. 

NG-OHrd, P»-NGti>-NG 
Puu'dit, Pns-Dt 
Pung, pa-NG 
Puu'gency, pa-N-Jn-S 
Puu'gent,pa-N-Jnt 
Pun'gently, pa-N- Jnt-L 
Pu'nic, P»-N-K 
Pa'ninesa, P'-N-Na 
Pup'ish, Pna-SH, Pn^-SHt, 

Pna-SH-NG 
Fun'ishable, Pna-SH-Bl 
Fun'isber, Pna-SH-B 
Fon'ishment, Pna-SH- 

Pu'nitive, p»-N-Tt 
Pu'nitory, pa-N-T-B 
Punk, P«-NG-K 
PunTsa, pa-HG-K 
Fun'ner, pa-Nr 
Pun'ning, Pna-NO 
Pun'ster, Pnstra 
Funt, Pnt« 
Pu'ny, pa-N, pa-N-E, pa- 

Nst 
Pup, pap, P«-P-T, pa.p- 



PUR 

Pu'pa, pa-P 
Pupe, pa-P 
Fu'pil, pa.pi 
Pu'pillage, pa-Pl-J 
Pu'pillary, pa-Pl-2S 
Pup'pet, pa-p-T 
Fup'pet-sho-w, pa-P-T- 

SH 
Pup'py, pa-P 
Pup'pyism, pa-P-zM 
Fur, pa-E, Ea.Ka, ps.je.NG 
Furan'a, P'-fi-N 
Puran'io, P'-Kn-K 
Fur'blind, Pra-Blnd 
FurTjllndness, Pi^-Blnd- 

Na 
Pur'ohase, Pr«-CHs, Pr* 

CHst, PrS-CHs-NG 
Fur'ohaser, Pia-CH-sR 
Pure, pa-a, pa-fl-iS, pt 

fist. See PoQT^ etc. 
Pure'ly, pa-iJl. See Poor- 
See 



Pure'ness, pa-B-Na 

Pur'fle, Pra-Pl 
Pur'flew, Pra-Fl 
Purga'tion, Pra.asju, 
Pur'gative, Pi«-Gt-V 
Purgato'rial, Vi^Qi-'S-BX 
Purgato'Tian, Pi* - G - T - 

Ra. 
Pur'gatory, Pta-G-T-« 
Purge, Pa-B-J, pa-B-Jd, 

pa-B-J-NG 
Fur'ger, pa-H-Jr 
Purifica'tion, pa-B-r- 

Esbn 
Pu'rifloatire, pa-B-P-K- 

Tt 
Furiricatory, pa-B-P-K- 

Pu'rifler, P'-B-P-K 
Pu'rify, P«-B-P, pa-B-Pd, 

pa-B-F-NG 
Pu'riform, P'-B-P-E-M 
Fu-rim, pa-E-M 
Pur'ism, pa-B-zM 
Fur'igt, pa-Bst 
Pu'ritan, P»-B-Tn 
Puritan'ic, P>-B-T-N-K 
Puritan'ical-ly, P'-B-T- 

N-Kl 
Fu'ritanism, pa-B-T-Nz- 

M [-T-zM] 
Pu'ritanize, pa-B-T-Nz, 

pa-B-T-Nzd, Pa-S-T-Nz- 

NG 
Purl, PS-Bl, pa-Bld, pa-Bl- 

NG 
Pur'lieu, pa-Bl 
Fur'lln, pa- Bin 
Fufline, pa-Bln 
Furl'iug, pa-Bl-NG 
Purloin', Pr'-in, Pr>-£iid, 

Pr'-in-NG 
Purloin'er, Pr'-L-Nr 
Pur-ple, Pra-Pl, pa-Pld, 

Ppa Pl-NG 
Pur'plish, Pra-Pl-SH 



PUR 

3?ur^ort, Pr»-Prt, Pr»-Pr- 

Td. V PrtC) 
Pur'pose, P» BPs, P'-H- 

Pst, P! «-Ps-NG 
Por'poseless, P»-B-P-sis 
Pur'poaely, ps-B-P-si 
Pur'pure, P»-i!-Pr 
Purr, P2-B 
Purse, P8-Rs, P»-Rst, P»- 

iesNG 
Purse'-net, P'-Hs-Nt 
Purse'-pride, P'EsPrd 
Purae'-proud, P^-Rs-Prd 
Purs'er, P'Rs-B 
Purs'iness, p«-«-8-Ns 
Pura'lain, psRs-in 
Purs'lane, ps-Rs-Ln 
Pursu'able, P'-R-s-Bl 
Pursu'anoe, P>-fis-Ns 
Fursu'ant, P'-Rs-Nt 
Pursue', r^-B-a, P»-ite-D, 

ps-fi-S-NO 
Pursu'er, P' B-S-H 
Pursuit', P»-fi8-T 
Pur'suivant, Pr'-sW-Vnt 
Purs'y, P> «-S 
Pur'tenance, P' Kt-Nns 
Pu'mlence, P'-filns 
Pu'rulency, P»-iein-s 
Pn'rulent, P'-aint 
Purvey', ps-S-v, P«-B-Vd, 

ps-B-V-NG 
Purveyance, psK-Vns 
Pupvey'or, ps-B-V-R 
Pur'view, P»-B-V 
Pus, P8» 

Pu'syism, P'-Sz-M 
Pu'seyite, P»-s-T 
Push, ps-SH, P'-SHt, p«- 

SH-NG 
Push'er, P'-SHr 
Push'pin, P3-8H-Pn 
Pusillanim'ty, V - sLn ■ 

M T 
FusiUan'imous, pi-s£ii- 

Mb 
fusiUan'imoUsly, P> - 

BLn-MB-L 

Pass, Ps« 

Pus'sineSB, P>-S-Ns 
PuBs'y, P'-S 
Pus'sy, P»-S 
Pust'ulate, Ps»-T-zt 
Pust'ule, Pb'-T-L 
Pust'ulous, Ps^-T-i^s 
Put, Pta. PtC)» 
Put (pat). Pt» 
Pu'tative, PP-Tv 
Pu'tid, P«-Td 
Putloe, Pt»-Z-G 
Put'-oSf, Pt«-P 
Putred'inoua, P»-Tr-D- 
_Ns 
Putrefiio'tion, . P>-Trf- 

Eshn 
Putrefac'tive, P'-Trf-Kt- 

V 
Pu'trefy, P»-Tr-F, P»-Trf- 

D. P"-Trf-NG 
Putres'cence, P>-Trs-Ns 



314 

Putres'oent, P^-Trs-Nt 
Putres'oible, P«-Trs-Bl 
Pu'trid, P'-Trd 
Putrid'ity,' P»-Tr-D-T 
Pu'tridness, P»-Trd-NB 
Put'ter, PtA Ptrd', Ptr>- 

NG 
Puttook, P2-T-K 
Put'ty, P«-T, ps-Td, pa-T- 

NG 
Puz'zle, P»-ZI, P»-Zld, PS- 

Zl-NG 
Puz'zler, P»-Z1E 
Pyse'mia, P«-M 
Pye, P' 

Py'garg, P'-Gr-G 
Pygme'an, P'-G-Mn 
Pye'njy, P»-GM 
Pylor'io, P'-iR-K 
Pylo'rus, P'-i-Rs 
Pyr'amid, P»R-Md (Pr>- 

Mdl 
Pyram'idal, P'-E-Md-i 

lPr'Md-£) 
Pyramid'io, P«-E-Md-K 

(PrS-Md-K) 
Pyramid'ioal, P»-E-Md- 

Kl (Pr»Md-Kl) 
Pyre, P' R 

Pyretol'ogy, P>-Bt-L-J 
Pyp-iform, pa-B-F-R-M 
Pyri'tes, P>-BTz 
Pyrit'io, p»-Bt-K 
Pyrit'ioal, P»-Bt-Kl 
Pyr'itous, P'-B-Ts 
Pyrolig'neous, P»-B£- 

G-Ns 
Pyrolig'nio, P'-B-i-G-N- 

K 
Pyrol'ogjst, P>-Bl-Jst 
Pyrol'ogy, P"-B1-J 
Pjrr'omanoy, P'-R-Mn-S 
Pyroman'tic, P'-R-Mnt- 

E 
Pyrom'eter, pi-R-Mtr 
Pyrophorua, V-B-V-Bb 
Pyr'osoope, P«-Bs-K-P 
Pyrotech'nio, P«-B-T-K- 

N-K 
Pyrotech'nioal, P»-B-T- 

K-N-Kl 
Pyrotecli'nics, P»-B-T- 

E-N-Es 
Pyroteoli'iilst, P«-a-T- 

E-Nbt 
Py'roteohny, P«-B-T-E- 

N 
Pyr'oxene, P'-B-Es-N 
Pyr'rluo,^»-B-E 
Pyr'rhonism, P>-B-Na-M 
Pyr'rhonist, P'-B-Nst 
Pythagorean, P> - TH - 

Gr-N 
Pythag'orism, P>-TH-Gr- 

zM 
Pyth'ian, P»-THn 
Pyth'oness, P«-TH-Ns 
Python'ic, P>-THn-E 
Pyx, P>-Ks 
Pyr-is, P»-Ks» ■ I 



QUA 



Q. 



Q, the Beventeentb letter 
of the Alphabet, like c, is B 
superfluous letter, mi It has 
no sound of its own. but is 
sounded invariably like 
Eay. It is always followed 
by u. and the two letters, 
except in a few words in 
which the u is silent, have 
the sound of Xrw, as heard 
in oueen, quail, quick, etc. 
The phonograph Eway 
(Eay with w-hook) is the 
proper sign for qu, 
Ofxab, Ew-Ri 
Quack, Ew>-E, Ew-E-I', 

Ewi-E-NG 
Quack'ery, Ew'-Er 
Quack'ish, Ew-E-SH' 
Quad, Kw-Di (Ewd>) 
Quadragea'ima, Ew-Dr>- 

J-sM 
Quadrages'imal, Ew- 

Drs-J-sM-i 
Quadtangle, Ew - Dr' - 

NG-Gl 
Quadran'gular, Ew-Dr>- 

NO-Gl-B 
Quad'rant, Ew-Dmt' 
Quadrant'al, Ew-Dmti-I, 
Quad'rat, Ew-Drt> 
Quad'rate, Ew-Drt>, Ew- 

Dr'-Td, Kw-Drt(-)' 
Quadrat'ie, Ew-Drt>-K 
Quad'rature, Ew-Drtr' 
Quadren'nial-ly, Ew- 

Dr«-Nl 
Quadrien'nial, Ew-Dr>- 

N-L 
Quadrilaferal, Ew-Dri- 

£tr-L 
Quadrille', Ew-Dr'-L or 

E-Dr»-L 
Quadrill'ion, Kw-Dr»-in 
Quadrino'nual, Ew-Dr^- 

N-Ml 
Quadrip'artite, Ew-Dr>- 

Pr-Tt 
Quad'rireme, Ew-Dri-B- 

M 
Quadrisyllable, Ew-Dr> 

•st-Bl 
Quad'rivalve, Ew-Dr'- 

Vl-V 
Quadroon', Kw-Dm' 
Quad'rumane, Ew-Dri- 

Mn 
Quadru'manous, Ew- 

DrS-MNs 
Quad'ruped, Ew-Dr'-Pd 
Quad'ruple, Ew - Dri ■ Pi, 
Ew-Dr»-Pld, Ew-Dr'-Pl- 



QUA 

Quadra'plicate, Evr-DrS- 

Pl-Kt, Kw-Dr»-Pl-K-Td 

Kw-Dr»-Pl-Kt-NG 
' Quadxuplioa'Uon, Kw- 

Dr«-Pl-Kslin 
Qusefe, Kw-B^. See Qmry 

etc. 
Q,-aaS, KwP, Kwfti, Kwf>- 

NG 
Quaffer, Kw-Fr' 
Quag, Kwi-G 
Quag'ea, Ew>-0 
Quag'gy, Kwi-a 
Quae'mire, Ew'-Q-Mr 
QuaTiaug, Ew>-H-a 
Quail, Ew-L<, Ew-Ld', 

Ew-L«-NG 
Quaint, Ewiit> 
Quaintly, Ewnt-£* 
Qualntlieas, Evn^^Ns 
Quake, Ew>-E, Ew-E-T<, 

Ewa-K-N» 
Quak'er, Ew^Er 
Quak'er-gun, Ew>-Ep- 

Gn 
Quak'erish, Kw-Er-8H< 
Quak'erism, Ev^Er-zltl 
Qual'ifiable, Ew-£>-£'-Bl 

CEw-Fi-Bll 
Qualification, Ev-f'-F- 

Esbn [Ew-F>-Esim] 
Qual'ifled, E\r-£>-Fd 

[Kw-Fdi] 
Qual'ifler, Ew-i.>-F-B 

[Ew-Fi-R] 
Qual'ify, JLv-L^V^ Kw- 

ii-Fd, Kvr-IA-F-TSia [Ew. 

F»,Ew-Fd«, Ew-F'-NG] 
Qual'itative, Kv-L^T-Tr 

tEw-T>-Tv] 
Qual'ity, Kv-IA-T [Ew- 

Qualm, Ew>-U 
Qualm'ish, Ew-M-SH' 
Qualm'ishiy, Ew-M-£21< 
Quan'dary, Evud-M' 
Quan'titative, Ewut-T>- 

TV ' 

Quan'titive, Evni-Tvi 
Quan'titively, Ewnt-T'- 

VI 
Quan'tity, Kwnt-T' 
Quan'tum, Ewnti-M 
QuaiKantine, Ew-ilnt'-N 
Quar'antined, Kv-Buif- 

Nd 
Quar'rel, Ew-TiU, Kv- 

«ld>, Kw-Bl>-NG 
Quar'reler, Kv-RP-B 
Quar'Telsome, Kw-EX'- 

sM. 
Quar'relsomely, Ew-fil'- 

sit-Zi 
QuaT'relsomeneBS, Ev- 

Rli-eU-Sa 
Quar'ry, Ev-fii, Kw-iJd', 

Ew-«>-NG 
Quar'rying, Ew-iJi-NQ 
Quart, Kw-iZti 
Quar'tan, Ew-£i-Tn 



215 

Quar'ter, Ew-iJtr>, Kw- 

Btrdi, Kw-mri-NG 

[Kwtri, Kwtrd', Kwtr' 

NG3 
Quar'terage, Kw-iStr'-J 

[Kwtr-Ji] - 
Quar'ter-day, Kw-iJtr" 

D CKwtri-D] 
Quar'ter-deck, Ew-stri 

D-K [Kwtr>-D-K] 
Quar'ter-foil, Kw-iStr>- 

FIi [Kwlri-F-L] 
Quar'tering, Ew-£tT>-NG 

[Kwtr»-NG] 
Quap'terly, Kw-Btr^-L 

[Kwtr-Z>] 
Quar'ter-maBter, Ev 

Btr'-Mstr [Ewtr'-Mstr] 
Quar'ter - master •gen- 
eral, Ew-iitii-Mstr-Jii 

[Kwtrl-Ms-Jn] 
Quac'tem, Ew-B>-Trn 
Quar'ter-round, Kw - 

Btr^-RDd 
Quar'ters, Ew - fitrz' 

[Kwtrzi] 
Quar'ter-sessions, Ew- 

ietrs-SHnz« rKwtrs«*«zi] 
Quar'ter-stax^ Kw-Btxs'- 

•a [Kwtrsi-Tf] 
Quaxtette', Kw-B'-Tt 
Quar'tile, Ew-J2t>-li 
Quar'to, Ew-ij>-T 
Quartz, Ew-£tzi 
Quartzif erous, Kw-Stz<- 

F Ks 
Quartzose', Ew-Jif-sS 
Quartz'ous, Ew-iiti-sS 
Quartz'y, Ew-J2ti-S 
Quash, Ew-SH>, Ew-SHti, 

Kw-8H>-NO 
Qua'Bi, Kw-S^or* 
Quass, Kws> 

iuassa'tion, Ewss&n> 

jUas'sia, Kw-SH> 
Qua'ter-cousin, Ktr'-Kz- 

N 
Quater'nary, Kw-Ti«-Nr 
Quater'nion, Kw-Tia-Nn 
Qua'teron, Kwtr'-N 
Quat'rain, Kwt-£n> 
Qua'ver, Kwt-b», Kwv- 

Bi', KwT-«!-Na 
Quay (kii), K» 
Quay'age (ke-). K-JS 
Queacb'y, Kw-CH' 
Quean, Kwn* 
i,uea'sines8, Kw-Z»-Ns 

luea'sy, Kw-z»" 
Jueen, Ewn' 
Queen'-consort, Kwn' 

teKt 
Queen'-dowager, EwnS- 

D-Jr 
Queen'-mother, Ewns- 

Mdhr 
Queen'-regent, K-mi'-B- 

Jnt 
Queen'-regnant, Kwn^- 

B-a-TUnt 



QUI 

Queen's'-beuoh, Kw'-Nz 

-B-N-CH 
Queen's'-metal, KwnzS- 

Kt-L 
Queen'-post, Kwns-Pst 
Queenlike, Kwn-L»-K 
Queenly, Kw»-Nl 
Queer, Kw-K», Kw-Rr«, 

Kw-Ksts 
Queer'ish, Kw-B«-SH 
Queerly, Ew-fil» 
Queer'ness, Kw-K»-Ns 
Quell, Kw-Ls, Kw-Ld', 

KW-L2-NG 
Quell'er, Kw-£r' 
Quelque'-choae, Kl-E- 

SHz' 
Quench, Kw-N-CH', Kw- 

N-CHts, Kw-N-CH«-NG 

Quench'able, Kw-N-OH>- 

Bl 
Quench'er, Kw-N-CHr» 
Quenchless, Kw-N-CH>- 

Li 
Quer'citron, Kw-K»-sTm 
Quer'cus, Kw-K^-Ks 
Querimo'nious, Kw-B>- 

M-Ns 
Querimo'niously, Kw- 

R2-M-NS-L 
Querimo'niousness, 

Kw B'-i-MNs-Ns 
Que'rist, K-w-Bsi? 
Querl, Kw-M» 
Queried, Ew-Rld< 

tuern, Kw-fin^ 
uer'po, Kw-JJS-P 
Quer'ulous, Ew-B>-£s 
Quer'ulously, £w-B>-£8- 
£i 

Quer'ulouBness, Ew-B<- 

Ls-Ns 
Que'ry, Kw-fl» Kw-ied» 

Kw-iP-NG 
Quest, EwGi^ 
Ques'tion, Kws - CHn', 

Kws-OHndS, Kws-CHn*- 

NG [Kw», Kw»iD, KwC)'] 
Ques'tionable-y, Ews - 

CH«-N-B1 [KW-B12] 
Ques'tioner, Ewa-CHS-Nr 

[Kw^SB] 
Ques'tionist, Kws-CH^. 

Nst 
Ques'tionless, Kws-CH'- 

Nl3 

Ques'tor, Kwstr' 
Ques'torship, KwstT°iSH 
Queue, K> 
Qulb, Ew-B^ ■ 
QuibOsle, Kw , Bl», Kw ■ 

BId» Kw-Bl'-NQ 
Quib'bler, Kw^BlS-B 
Quick, Kw8-E, Kw'-Kp, 

Kw«-Kst 
Quick'en, Kw»-Kn, Kw*- 

K-Nd, Ew'-Kn-NO 
Quiok'ener, Kwa-K-Sr 
Quick'-lime, Kw^-E^-U 
Quickly', Kw'-il 



QUI 

Quick'-match, Kir'-'S.- 

M-CH 
Quick'nesB, Kw'-K-Ns 
Quiok'sand', Rw>-Ks-Nd 
Quiok'-scented, Ew'-Es- 

N-Td 
Quidk'set, Kw-Ks-T' 
Quick'-sighted, Kw^-Es- 

Td 
Quick'-sightedness, 

Kw'-Ks-Td-Ns 
Quick'silrer, Kw-K-si'- 

Vr 
Quick'step, Kw-Kb-T»-P 
Quick'-Witted, Kw«-K- 

wTd 
Quid, Kw-D' 
Quid'dity, Kw-D«-T 
Quld'dle, Kw-Dl», Kw- 

Dld». Kw-Dl>-NG 
Quid'dler, Kw-Dl^-B 
ftuid'nuno, KwdS-N-HG- 

K 
Qoiesce', Ew-S', Ev-St', 

Ew-SS-NG 
Qules'cence, Ev-Sne' 
Quies'Gency, Ew-Sn'-S 
Quies'cent, Ew-SDt> 
ftui'et, (a.) Kw-T«, Ew- 

Tr', Ew-Tsti 
Qui'et, («.) Ew-Ti, Kw- 

Tdi, E-w-Ti-NG 
Qui'eter, Ew-Tri 
Qui'etism, Ew-Ti-zM 
Qui'etlist, Ew-Tsti 
Quietist'io, Kw-Ts»-T-E 
Qui'etly, Ew-Ti-i 
Qui'etness, Ew-Ti-Ks 
Qui'etude, Ew'-Td 
Quie'tus, Ew-Ts> 
Quill, KW-L8, Kw-Ld», 

Ew-L«-NG 
Quill'ing, Ew-Ls-NG 
Quilt, Kw-Lt», Ew-i»-Td, 

Ew-it«-NG 
Quilt'er, Ew-£tr» 
Quilt'ing, Kw-its-NG 
Quince, Ewns^ 
Quineun'cial, Ewn-E-N- 

sai> 

Quia'cunz, EwnS-E-NG- 

Es 
Quin'ina, EwS-N-N 
Qui'nine, Ewi-Kn 
Quinine', Ew'-Nn 
Quinquages'ima, Ew-N- 

Ew-J«-sM 
Quinquan'gular, Ew-N- 

Ew-NG-Gl-Ri 
Quinquen'nial, Kw=-N- 

Ew-Nl 
Quinquep'artite, Ew-I7- 

Kw-Pr2-Tt 
Quin'quevalve, Kw-N- 

Ew-Via-V 
Quinquevalv'ulBX, Ew- 

N-Ew-Vli-V-L-B 
Quin'sy, Ewn-Z' 
Quint, EwntB 
Quinfain. Ewnf -N 



216 

I Quin'tal, Ew-Nt-L« 
Quint'an, Ewnts-N 
Quintes'sence, Ewnt 

Sns^ 
Quintesseu'tial, Ewnt 

S2-N-SH1 
Quintette', Ewn-Tts 
Quintet'to, Ewn-T>-T 
Quint'ile, Kw-Nt-L» 
Quiutill'ion, Ewn-T'-in 
Quin'tuple, Ewn-T»-Pl, 

Kwn-T'-tld, Ewn-T'-Pl- 

NG 
Quip, Kt-P", Ew-Pt?, Ew- 

P'-NG 
Quire, Ew-B' 
Quir'iBter, Kv-Bebc^ 
Quirk, Ew-B>-E 
Quirked, Kw-R'-Et 
Quirk'ish, Ew-Es-E-SH 
Quish, Ew-SE' 
Quit, Ewta, Viv-IA', 

Ewts-NG 
Quitch, Ew-OH> 
Quitoh'-grass, Ew-CH«- 

Grs 
Quit'claim, Ewf-El-M, 

Ewt?-El-Md, Ewts-El-M- 

NG - 

Quite, Ewti 
Quit'rent, Ewt-£nts 
Quits, Ewiss 
Quit'tanoe, Kw-Tna' 
Quit'ted, Ew-Tds 
Quit'ter, Ewtr> 
Qui'ver, Ewt-B>, Ewt- 

Bd», Ewv -ies-NG 
Quir'ered, Ewv-iSd« 
Qui Vive', E-V»-V 
Quixot'ic, Ew-Eb-TI-E 
Quix'otism, Ew-Es-T*- 

zM 
Quix'otry, Ew-E-sT»-B 
Quiz, £W2^ Ewzd>, Etrz<- 

NG 
Quiz'zer, Ew-Zr^ 
Quiz'zical, Ewz^-EI 
Quiz'zing-glass, Evz^- 

NG-GlB 
Quod'dy, Evr-D> 
Quod'libet,. Ew-D'-Z-Bt 
Quoif, Ewfif 
Quoiffure', Ew-F«-E 
Quoin, Ewn> or Kn' 
Quoit, Ewti 
Quon'dam, Ewiid>-M 
Quo'rum, Ew-B2-M 
Quo'ta, Kw-T« 
Quot'able, Ewt-Bl« 
Quota'tion, Ew-Tshn» 
Quote, Ewta, Ew-Td», 

Ewt=-NQ 
Quoteleas, Ewt-£s> 
Quot'er, Ewtr" 
Quoth, Ew-TH" 
Quoth'a^ Ew-TH» 
Quotid'iaio, Ew-T^Dn 
Quo'tient, Ew-BEnt' 

(Ewshnf) 
Quo'tuID, Ew-T<-M 



KAC 



R. 



B, the eighteenth letter of 
the Alphabet, has the Bound 
of initial-r as heard in rap, 
rob. row, and of final-r as 
heard in far, care, more, 
burr. Inltial-r differs from 
final-r chiefly in being 
made with a complete con- 
tact of the tongue and the 
palate, while in Bounding 
the latter there is simply a 
lifting of the tongue to- 
wards the palate, without 
touching it. 

Students beginning Pho- 
nography are apt to omit 
the r from such woxiis as 
par^ /or, farm, etc. In all 
such words the sign for r 
should be inserted. 

R is the only letter of the 
Alphabet for which Phn. 
nography provides two 
stems, viz.. Bee and £r. 
Ree is generally used for 
initial-rand Er for fiual-r. 
There arc some exceptions 
to this rule: Before M and 
H, without initial hooks or 
circles, Er is used initially, 
as in roam, rehabh etc.; 
and, occasionally, when a 
better outline is secured 
thereby, Bee is used final- 
ly, as in Rv^-B, River. 

Rh. at the beginning of 
words, has the sound of 
simple r, as in rhetoric, 
7-Ayme, etc. 

Rr, after short vowelR, 
generally has the sound of 
single r, as heard in carry, 
merry, mirror, etc. 
Kab'bet, jB».Bt, Bi-B-Td, 

fl>-Bt(-) 
Rab'bi, R^-B 
Bab'bin, iei-Bn 
Rabbin'ic, 7ea-B-N-K 
Babbln'ical, iJa-B-N-Kl 
Bab'binism, iZ^-Bn-Z-M 
Bab'binist, i2i-Bu-St 
Rab'bit, fi>-Bt 
Bab'ble, i2».Bl, i?»-Bid, 

ie'-Bi-NG 
Rabdol'ogy, iZ>-Bd-Z-J 
Bab'domaacy, J2>-Bd- 

Mn-S 
Rab'id, R^-Bd 
Bab'idjaess, r^-BA-TUb 
BaVinet, JZ^B-N-T 
Ba^oa, J23-K 
Baocoon', R^-Kn 
Bace, RB^t -Ksts, iSs^-NG 



RAC 

Bace'-course, jB^-sErs 
Kace'-ginger, Bs^- J-N-Jr 
Bace'-fioTse, i!--sHrg 
Bacema'tion, sa-S-Mshn 
Baceme', S^-sM 
Bacemiferous, E^-S-M- 

Frs 
Bao'emose, iJ'-sMs 
Bao'emous, Ji'-sMs 
Ba'oer, R'-sR 
Eaohit'io, BS-K-T-K 
Baohi'tia, Jii-K-Ts 
Ba'ciness, ii^-S-Ns 
Back, B'-K, fii-Kt, i8i-K- 

NG 
Eack'er, fli-Kr 
Back'et, ^J-Kt, fii-K-Td, 

2Ji-Kt-NG 
Back'ety, «i-K-T 
Back'ing, S'-K-NO- 
Baok'-rent, J8»-K-i8nt 
Back'-renter, B'-K-Bntr 
Ba'oy, Bi-a, ija-S-K, S^- 

Sst 
Bad'dle, Jji-Dl, iJi-Dld, 

2ei-Dl-NG 
Ba'dial, ie^-D-L 
Ba'diance, i:<-Biia 
Ba'diancy, iS'-Dn-S 
Ba'diant, B--T)ni 
Ba'diantly, ii^-Dni-L 
Badia'ta, iP-D-T 
Ba'diate, B'-m, £^D-Td, 

iJ2-DtC) 
Badia'tion, JR^-Bshn 
Ba'diator, B^-Bir 
Bad'ical-^, Bi - D - Kl 

(Jedi-Kl) 
Bad'icaUEan, B'-D-El-zM 

(iJd'-Kl-zM) 
Bad'icalnesB, £i-D-Sl-Ns 

(Bdi-Kl-Ns) 
Bad'icant, Bi-D-Knt 
Bad'icate, iJi-D-Kt, iJi- 

D-K-Td, Bi-D-Kt-NO 
Badica'tion, Ji^-D-Esliii 
Bad'icel, £>-De-L 
Bad'icle, B'-D-EI 
Ba'dii, iJS-Dii 
Bad'ish, il'-D-SH 
Ba'dius, B^-Da 
Ba'dius-veotor, B^-Ds- 

V-Ktr 
Ea'dix, B2-D-K3 
Baff, RP 
Barfle, Bli-L, Bti-Ld, 

Bfi-L-SG 
Baffler, iSP-i-B 
Baft, BCtK iJi-P-Td, Bft(-)' 
Baft'er, «ftr> 
Bafts'man, Bfts'-Mn 
Bag, Bi-G 

Bag'amufan, B'-G-M-Fn 
Bage, B2.J, B2-Jd, B2J- 

NO 
Bag'ged, B>-Gd 
Bag'gedness, B>-ad-Ks 
Bag'ing, B»- J-NG 
Bag'lan, B'-Gln 
Bag'man, Bi-G-Mn 

10 



217 

Bagout', B'-a 
Bag'-pioker, B>-G-P-Kr 
Bags, B>-Gz 
Bag'stone, B^-Gs-Tn 
Eag'-wheel, B'-G-Wl 
Eag'-work, B'-G-Wr-K 
Baid, B'D 
Bail, B12, Bld2, B12-NG 
Eail'er, Bl^-B 
Bail'lug, B13-NG 
Bail'lery, Bl^-B - 
Bail'road, Bl^-B-D 
Bail'way, Bl'-W 
Bailment, R^-Mnt 
Bain, Bn', Bnd', Bn'-NG 
Bain'bow, Bn^-B 
Bain'deer, Bn^-D-B 
Bain'-gauge, Bn»-G-J 
Bain'iness, B^-N-Ns 
Bain'-water, Ba'-Wtr 
Ealu'y, B2-N 
Eaise, Bt\ Bzdi, Bz>-NG 
Eais'er, B'-Zr 
Bai'sln, Bzs-N 
Eaia'ing, Bzs-NG 
Baisonne', Bz^-N 
Bait, Bt2 
Eait'ed, B^Td 
Eajpoot', Bs -J-Pt 
Bake, Bs-K, B^-Kt, B^-K- 

NQ 
Eak'er, B^-Kr 
Bak'ing, BS-E-NG 
Bak'ish, b^-k-sh 
Bak'ishly, B^K-SHl 
Bak'ishness, B--E-SH-Ns 
Bal'ly, Bi-i, B»-id, B^-L- 

NO 
Bam, Ki-M, Ri-Md, Ei-M- 

NG ' 

Eam'adan, B'-M-Dn 
Eam'ble, E>-M-B1, B>-M- 

Bld. Bi-M-Bl-NG 
Bam'bler, B»-M-B1-B 
Bami&ca'tion, B>-M-F- 
/ Kshn 
Eam'ify, E'-M-P, Ei-M- 

Fd, Bi-M-F-NG 
Eain'mer, B»-Mr 
Earn'mish, B'-M-SH > 
Bamose', B<i-Ma 
Ba'mous, B2-M» 
Eamp, Bi-M-P, Bi-Mt, 

B'-M-P-NG 
Bamp'age, E'-M-P-J 
Eamp'anojr, E>-M-Pn-S 
Eamp'ant, E'-M-Pnt 
Eam'part, Ri-M-Prt, B>- 

M-Pr-Td, E'-M-Prt(-) 
Eam'rod, Ei-M-B-D 
Eam'sliakle, R^-M-SH-Kl 
Ban, Bni 

Bances'cent, B^-Nss-Nt 
Eanoh, B>-N-CH 
Banche'ro, E'-TH-CS-B 
Eanch'o, B>-N-CH 
Ban'cid, B'-Ns-D 
Banold'ity, B^-Ns-D-T 
Ban'ciduess, B>-Nb-D- 

N8 



HAS 

Ean'cor, B^-NG-Kr 
Bau'corous, B'-NO-Ers 
Ean'gorously , B' • NG - 

Kr-si 
Band, Bndi 
Eau'dom, Bnd^-M 
Bane, Rn' 
Baue'deer, Bn^-D-B 
Bang, B'-NG 
Eange, B^-N-J, B^-N-Jd, 

BS-N-J-NG 
Ean'ger, B>-N- Jr 
Bank, (».) B'-NG-E, Bi- 

NGt, B'-NG-E-NG 
Bank, (a.) B>-NG-E, B'- 

NG-Kp, B'-NG-Est 
Bank'er, B^-NG-Er 
Bank'le, Bi-NG-Kl, B»- 

NG-Kld, B'-NO-El-NG 
Bank'ling, B'-NG-El-NG 
Bank'ly, Bi-NG-El 
Bank'neas, B'-NG-E-Ns 
Ean'sack, B'-Ns-E, Bl- 

Ns-Et. B'-Ns-E-NG 
Ean'som, Bngi-M, Bns'- 

Md, Biis'-M-NG 
Ban'somer, Bns'-M-K 
Ean'aomless, Bnsi-M-is 
Eant, Bnt', Bi-N-Td, 

Bnt>-NG 
Eant'er, Entr' 
Bant'ipole, Bnt'-P-L 
Eanun'culus, B^-N-N-Kls 
Bap, Bi-P, B'-Pt, B'-P-NG 
Eapa'oious, B^-P-SHa 
Eapa'ciousiy, B^-P-SHs- 

L 
Bapa'ciousnesB, B' - F - 

SHs-Ns 
Bapao'lty, B'-Pb-T 
Bape, B2-P, BS-Pt, B2-P- 

NG 
Eap'id, B'-Pd 
Bapid'ity, B'-Pd-T 
Bap'idly, B'-Pd-i 
Eap'idnesa, B'-Pd-ITs 
Ea'pier, B^-P-B 
Eap'ine, B'-Pn 
Bapparee', B^-P-B 
Eappee', B'-P 
Eap'per, Bi-Pr 
Eapport', B'-P-E 
Eapscall'ion, B'-P-sE-in 
Bapto'rial, B^-P-T-Bl 
Eapt'ure, B'-Ptr 
Eapfurous, B'-Ptr-S 
Eare, B^R. B'-Br, B'-Bst 
Bar'ee-show, B>-B-SH 
Barefac'tion, B'-B-F- 

Eshn 
Ear'eflable, B'-b-f-bi 
Ear'efy, B'-B-F, B'-B-Fd, 

B'-B-F-NG 
Barely, E'-R-L 
Eare'ness, B'-R-Ns 
Eare'ripe, B'-K-B-P 
Ear'ity, B'-B-T 
Baa'cal, Bs>-E-L 
Basoal'lty, B8>-K-£-T (or 

■Lt) 



RAS 

Basoall'ion, Bs^-K-Ln 
S.oB'oailj, Bs'-K-L 
Base, Bz'. iZzd', Az^-Xa 
Bash, JJi-SH, a'-SHr, JSi- 

BHst 
Bash'er, ii'-SHr 
Bash'ly, R-sm 
Bash'nesB, £>-BH-Ns 
Basp, £s'-F, i2si-Pt, £s'- 

P-Na 
Kagp'atory, Bs'-P-T-iJ 
BaspOierry, £zi-B-£ 
Bas'ure, B'-ZBr 
Eat, «t>, fii-Td, i»>-Ne 
Bafable-y, i2t:.Bl 
Ma,taB.'a,B&TMii 
Batan'.fii-Tu 
Batch, ii>-CH 
Batch'et, B^-Cm 
Batcb'et-wheel, B^CBt- 

W-L 
Bate, Bts, JJS-Td, Bt»-NG 
Eat'er, Btv* 
Bath or Bathe, ii>-TH 
Eath'er, iSdhri 
Batifioa'tion, izt^ - F - 

Eshn 
Bat'ifier, in<-F-B 
Bat'iiy, at'-F, iJti-Fd, 

i8ti-F-NG 
Bat'ing,Bts-Na 
Ea'tio, ii^-SH 
Batioc'inate, B>-SH8-Nt 
Batiooina'tion, ii'-SHs- 

Kshn 
Ba'tion, Kshn^ 
Ea'tional, £sliiii-£ 
Eationa'le, Beba'ori-L 
Ba'tionalism, Bshn'-Lz- 

M 
Ba'tionalist, Babv^-Let 
Bationalist'ic, Keim'-Ls- 

T-K 
Bationalist'ical, Ashns- 

is-T-Kl 
Bational'ity, iZebn^-^-T 
Ea'tionally, Bshn^-L 
Ea'tionaliiesB, Relai^-L- 

Ns 
Batlin, Bt^-Ln 
Ba'toon, B>-Tn, B»-Tiia, 

fis-Tn KG 
Bats'bane, Sts'-Bn 
Eattan', /Ji-Tn 
Eatteen', B'-Ta 
Battinet', B'-T-'S-I (Blfi- 

Nt) 
Eat'tinB, Bt'-NG 
Bat'tle, £ti-L, £ti-Ld. 

it>-L-NG 
Bat'tle-headed, iit>-L-H- 

Dd 
Eat'tler, Et'ir 
Baftle-snake, Bti-Ls-N- 

K 
Bat'tling.iW-L-NG 
Eau'oity, Bs>-T 
Eau'oous, fi>-Es 
Bav'age, ie»-V-J, Bi-V- 

Jd, fii-y-J-NG 



318 

Bay'ager, iJi-V-Jr 
Bare, JJv^, ievds Bv(-)' 
Eav'el, ie>-V-L, B>-V-Ld, 
iei-V-L-NG. See Bifle, 

BaTelin, fii-T-Zn 
Barreling, iZ'-V-L-NG 
Ba'ven,B>-Vn 
Bav'en, £'-Tj>, JJ'-Vnd, 

«i-Vn-NG 
Eav'ener, ai-V-Nr 
Eav'ening, iJJ-Vn-NG 
EaT'enous, B'-V-Ns 
Ear'enously, jRi-V-Ns-L 
Eay'enousneBS, B'-v-Ns- 

Ba'venB-duck, B'-V-Nz- 

D-K 
Bav'iti, «i-Vn 
Bavine', B^-Vn 
Bavlng, iJi!-V-NG 
Bav'ish, B^-V-SH, B'-V- 

SHt, B'-V-Sff-NG 
Eav'isher, Bi-V-SHp 
Eav'ishment, B>-y-SH- 

Mnt 
Baw, B'. K>-B, Bst> 
Baw'boned, B'-Bnd 
EaWhead, B>-heD 
Eaw'hide. B>-hiD 
Baw'ly, B'-i 
BaWness, B>-IT8 
Bay,B>,«s-D,B»-NG 
Ea'yah, Bf-Y 
Bayless, j^La 
Baze, Bz'. Bzd', Bz>-1?G 
Bazee'.B''^, B>rZd, B>-Z- 

K» 
Ea'zor, B'-Zi 
Ba'zor-bill, B^-Zr-B-L 
Ba'zoT-strop, B'-Zis-Tr-F 
Eaz'ure, B^-ZHr 
Be-absorb', B>-B-sB-B. 

£>-B-sB-Bd, B>-B-aB>B- 

NO 
Be-abBorp'tion, £>-B-sB- 

Pstan 
Be-accesB', B^-Ess 
Beach, B^-CH, B'-CUt. 

B»-CH-NG 
Beact', B>-Et, B>-E-Td, 

Bi-Et-NG 
Beao'tioh, B'-Eshn 
Eeac'tionary, Bi-Eslm-B 
Eeact'iye, B'-Et-V 
Bead, B'-D, B>-D-NG 
Bead (rgd). B>-D 
Bead'able, B^-D-BI 
Eead'er, b»-Dt 
Bead'ership, B>-Dr-/SrH'-P 

[:SH] 
Eead'ily, B^r)-L 
Eead'iness, B>-D-Ns 
Bead'ing, B^-D-NG 
Bead'ing-room, B» - D - 

NG-R-M 
Be-adjust', B'-Jst, B^J- 

sTd, B!-Jst-NQ 
Ee-admis'sioili B^-V- 

Mshn 



ILEA. 

Be-admit', Bs-D-Mt, R>. 

D-M-Td, ;e»-D-Mtc) 
Be-admit'tance, b^-d-M- 

Tns 
Bead'y, B^-D, B^-D-E, 

B!-Dst 
Bead'y-made, B«-D-Mii 
Ee-afflrm', B«-F-E-M. B2- 

FB-Md, B»-F-E-M-NG 
Be-a'geut, B^-J-Nb 
Be'al, B13 
Beal'gar, B'-i- Gr 
Be'alism, BV-zM. 
Be'alist, Blst^ 
EealiB'tic, Bls'-T-K 
Eeal'ity, Bli-T 
Be'alizable, bIz'-b-l 
Bealiza'tion, Blzthn' 
Be'alize, Blzs, Blzd^, ^ 

Blz'-NG '^ 

Ee'ally, Bl» 
Eealm, Bl'il 
Eeal'ity, Sl»-T 
Beam, B>-M, B<-Md, &>- 

M-NG . 
Be-an'tmate, B'-N-M-T, 

B'-N-M-Td, B'-N-M-T- 

NG 
Ee-annex', B'-N-Ks, IP- 

N-Est, B^-M-Es-NG 
Beap, B»-P, Bs-Pt, Bn-P- 

NG 
Beap'er, B^-Pr 
Ee-appar'el, Bi-P-Bl 
Be-appear', B^-F-B, B>- 

P-Ed, B»-P-B-HG 
Be-appear'ance, B>-P- 

Bns 
Ee-apply', B>-P1 
Be-appoint', B>-Pnt, B»- 

Pn-Td, B>-Pnt-NG 
Be-appoint'ment, B' - 

Pnt-Mnt 
Be-appor'tion, B' - P - 

Bshn 
Bear, B'-B, E'-B-D, B'-B- 

NG 
Bear'-admiral, B'-B-D- 

M-BI 
Bear'-guard, B^-B-G^d 
Bear'-i^auk, B^-B-B-NG- 

E 
Bear'-ward, B'-B- Wrd 
Ee-ascend', B'-Snd 
Be-ascenV, B^-Snt 
Bea'son, Bz'-N, Bz^-Nd, 

Bza-N-NG 
Bea'sonable, Bz<-IT-Bl 
Bea'Bonableneas, Bz^- 

N-Bl-Ns [iBs] 
Bea'Boner, Bz»-N B 
Bea'soning, Bz>-N-KG 
Be-asBem'ble, B--8-M- 

Bl. BS-S-M-Bia, B2-S-M, 

Bl-NG 
Be-assert', B>-Srt, BS-Sr, 

Td, B'-Srt-Sa 
Be-asser'tion, B^-Sishn 
Be-asBign% B'-Bn 
Be-asBume', B'-S-IH 



REA. 
Be-aasump'tlon, B^-S 

Be-asaur'anoe, fl» - SH ; 

i2us 
Be-aasure', ii'-SH-B 
Be-attach'ment, B^-T 

CH-Mut 
Reave, Bv» 
Be-bap'tiam, if>-B-P.T- 

zM [Bt-zM] 

Esbate', iJ2-Bt, Je^-B-Td, 

Jja Btc) 
Bebate'ment, £^Bt-Mnt 
Be'bec, iJ»-B-K 
Beb'el, iJ^-Bl 
Bebel', fiS-B-L, as-B-Ld; 

iPB-L-NG 
Bebell'ion, B'-B-Xn 
BebeU'ioas, ii^B-£s 
'Bebell'iouBly, Rt-B-La-t 
Bebeiriousness, Rt-B- 

Xs-Ns 
Bebound', B'-Bnd, Bf- 

Ba-Dd, Bi-Bnd-NG 
BebufT, iJS-Bf, B«-B£t, 

K2-Bf-NG 
Bebuf' fet, 2P-B-Ft 
Bebuild% fia-B-Ld, R^- 

B id-NG 
BebuilV. iP-B-Lt 
Bebak'able, KS-B-E-Bl 
Bebuke', Jis-B-E, R'-b- 

Kt, iJiB-K-NO 
Bebuke'ful, iZs-B-K-ri 
Bebuk'er, iJ^-B-Kr 
Bebuk'ingly, R^-B-K- 

NGl 
Beburted, B'-B-R-J) 
Bebur-y, R^-B-R 
Be'bus, B!>-Ba 
Bebuf, BS-Bt, Rf-B-Ti, 

fis-BtC) 
Bebut'ter, fi»-Btr 
Beoal'citrant, £> - El - 

eTrnt 
Becal'citrate, ii^-El-sTrt 
Becalcitra'tion, ii^-El- 

sTrshn 
Becall', Si-EI, iii-Eld, 

1:>-E1-NG 
Becant', A'-Ent, £>-En- 

Td, fli-Ent-NG 
Becanta'tiou, R'-Kn- 

Tshu 
Beoaut'er, 2?'-Eiitr 
Becapac'itate, A'-E-Fs- 

Tt 
Becapit'ulate, Ji^-E-Ft- 

Lt, B'-K-Pt-L-Td, «s-E- 

Pt-it-NG 
Becapitula'tion, Ji>-E- 

Pt-tshu 
Benapifulatory, Ri-K- 

Pt-itB 
Be'jap'tion, H'-K-Pshn 
Beoap'tor, iJi-E-Ptr 
Becapt'ure, «>-K-Ptr, «<- 
E-F-CHrd, i!i-K-Ptr-NG 
Becaat', ii>.Eet, £i-Es-Td, 
iei-KstC) 



219 

Becede', Bs'-D, i!s'-Dd, 

Ksa-DNG 
Beceipt', Bs^-T, iJs»-Td, 

iJs»T-NG 
Beceiy'able, Bs»-v-Bl 
Beceive', jes»-V, Ra'-n, 

fliS-V-SG 

Eeoeiv'er, Bs'-V-b 
Becerebrate, jB--s£-Brt 
Be'cency, Bs^-N-S 
Becen'sion, Rs'SBim 
Be'cent, Ab^-Nt 
Be'cently, Rsf'St'L 
Be'centness, Jf!s3-Ilt-Na 
Becep'tacle, Bs^-Pt-Kl 
Beceptac'ular, Bs^-Pi- 

El-B 
Becep'tible, Ks'-Pt-BI 
Becep'tion, JZe'-PEhn 
Beoep'tive, 2Js2-Pt-V 
BeceptiV'ity, «s»-Ft-V-T 
BecesaS Rsb> 
Beces'aion, Rsshn- 
Becharge', £i-CHr- J 
Becbar'ter, je»-CHrt-R, 

iS'-CHrt-Kd, «i-OHrt-iS- 

NG 
Becherche', B-SHr-SH 
Bechoose', R'-OHz 
Bec'ipe, Rs'-P 
Becip'iency, Bs'-Pn-S 
Becip'ient, iis'-Piit 
Beoip'roeal-ly, Rs'-V-B- 

El 
Beciprocal'ity, JSsi-P-B- 

Kl-T 
Becip'rocalneas, Bs^-P- 

ii-El-Ns 
Beoip'rocate, Bs'-P-S- 

Et, «s»-P-A-E-Td, Rs'-P- 

«Kt-NG 
Beciproca'tion, £s'-P- 

A-Eshn 
Eeoiproo'ity, K>-8Prs-T 
Becia'ion, Rszhn^ 
Becit'al, iJsi-TL 
Becita'tion, Re^-Tahn 
Beoitative', Bs^-T-Tv 
Beclte', Bsi-T, Bsi-Td, 

Bsi-T-NG 
Beoit'er, B'-sTr 
Beck, B^ E 
Beck'leas,,Bi-E-£s 
Beck'Ieaaly, Bf-K-Ls-L 
Beck'leaaneaa, R'-K-Ls- 

Nb [!is] 
Beck'on, B>-En, B^-End, 

B^i-En-NG 
Beck'oner, B^-E-Nr 
Beck'onine, B«-En-NG 
Beolaim', B^-Kl-M, B^- 

El-Md. B8-K1-M-NG 
Beclaim'able, B^-El-M- 

BI 
Beolama'tion, B<- El- 

Mshn 
Bec'linate, B^-El-Nt 
Becliua'tion , B'-El-Nshn 
Becline', Bi-Eln, K'- 

Elnd, B'-Kta-NG I 



REC 

Becloae', B--E1Z, Bi-Elzd, 

B2-K1Z-NG 
Becluae', B^-Ela • 
Becluae'ly; B'-Kl-sL 
Be luse'neas, B'-Els-Na 
Beclu'aion, B^-Elzhn 
Beclu'aive, B'-Els-V 
Becoc'tiou, Bi-E-Eshn 
Becogni'tion, R/' i Nshn 
Bec'ognizable or Be- 

cog'nizable, B^orMMz- 

BL 
B^cog'nizance, B'iNz- 

Ns 
Becogniza'tion, i7< 

; NzsAn 
Bec'ognize, B'!Nz, B^ 

iNzd, B!iNz-NG 
Becognizee', B» !N-Z 
Becognizor', Bi ! Nz-B 
Becoil', B'-E-L, B>-E-Ld, 

Bi-EL-NG 
Beooil'er, B'-E-i r 
BecoU'ment, B'-E-L- 

Mot 
Be'coin', B>-Eii, B>-End, 

B>-Kn-NG 
Becoin'age, B'-En-J 
BeooUeot', B--E1-E-T, 

BS-El-K-Td, BS-El-K-T- 

NG [B2. B^iD, B(-)"] 
Becollec'tion, B<-EI- 

Esha CBshn.:] 
Becolleo'tive, B'-EI-E- 

Tt 
Becombine', B'SBn, B* 

iBnd. BMBn-NG 
Becommence', IP !Nb, 

BSiNBt, B^iNs-NG 
Becommend', Bs iNd, B< 

!N-Dd. fl«!Nd-NG 
Becommend'able, B> 

iNd-Bl 

Becommenda'tion, R' 

iN-Dshn 
Beoommend'atory, R' 

!Nd-T-B 
Becommend'er, B>!Ndr 
Becommis'sion, B'' iSHn 
Becommit', B'tT, B> 

tTd, ?ea!T-NG 
Becommit'ment, R'iT- 

Mnt 
Beooinmit'tal, B' iT-L 
Becommu'uioate, B' 

!N-Kt 
Bec'ompenae, BstPns, 

B^iPDBt, B8iPns-NG • 
Becompose% B^tPz, B^ 

iPz-D, B=iPz-NG 
Bec'oncilable, R' '. aL-Bl 
Beo'oncilableneaa, B' 

!si-Bl-NB [iBB] 
Beo'oncile, B'iaL, B^ 

istd. B21si-NG 
Bec'oncilement, JPiaL- 

Mnt 
Eeo'onoiler, B»!s£-B 
BeaonciIia''tioii, Sf 

' S^Bhll 



REU 
Keoonoil'iatory, R^ !sZ- 

Keo'ondlte or Keoon'- 

dite, B'ori'.Jll 
Keoonduot', Ii".T>-Kt,Rs 

IDK-Td, Ba!D-Kt-N& 
Becon'naisauce, iei 

SNb-Ns 
Beconnoi'ter, - B'iNtr, 

iJiiNtr-D, iJl!Ntr-NG 
Becon'quer, £i!£r, B^ 

;Kra, /e'iKr-NG 
Becon'secrate, £>ieErt, 

B^ !sKr-Td, IP !sKrt-NG 
Beconsid'er, B' !sDt, B' 

isElrd, ijaisDr-NG 
Beconsidera'tion, B' 

tsDrsha 
Beconstruct', je'UTT-Et, 

ie2 !aTr-K-Td, B' !BTr-Kt- 

Na 
Becon8truc'tioil,£^!sTr- 

Kshn 
Beconvene', iPiVn 
Eeoonvey , ij! ! V, ZP i Vd, 

iJSiV-NG 
BeoonTey'anoe, ^iV- 

Ns 
Beoopy', B'-K-P 
Becord', JJ'-Krd, B'-Kr- 

Dd, ft-Krd-NG 
Bec'ord, «>-Krd 
Becord'er, B'-Ki-T)! 
Becord'ership, B^-Ki- 

DriSH 
Beoount', JJi-Knt, iS'-Ku: 

Td, iJi-Knt-NG 
Eeooup', ija-K-P 
Beooup'ment, iJS-K-P- 

Mnt 
BecouTse', B'-Ktb 
Eecov'er, B>-Kv-b, ies- 

Kv-«d, JP-Kt-B-NG 
BecoT'erable, b^-Et-b- 

Bl 
BeeoT'ery, B^-Et-B 
BeooT'eror, fls-Kv-B-S 
Beo'reanoy, B2-Ern-S 
Bec'reant, B' Ernt 
Eec'reate, B2-Er-T, BS- 

Kr-Td. B»-Er-T-Na 
Becreate', Bs-Er-T 
Becrea'tion, B^-Ershn 
Bec'reative, B'-ErPV 
Bec'rement, B^-Er-Mot 
Beoremenf al, B' - Er - 

Mnt-i 
Beorementi'tious, B' - 

Er-Mnt-SHs 
Becrim'inate, B'-Er-M- 

N-T. B«-Er-M-N-Td, B^- 

Er-M-N-T-NG 
Becrlmina'tion, B^-Er- 

M-Nshn 
Becrim'mative, B^-Er- 

M-N-Tv 
Becrim'inator, B^-Er- 

M-Ntr 
Becrlm'inatory, B» - Kr- 

M-N-T-B 



220 

Becrudes'cent, B>-Er- 

Ds-Nt 
Beeruit', B'-Krt, B»-Er- 

Td. B»-Ert-NG 
Beoruit'er, B'-Ertr 
Beoruit'ment, B'-Krt- 

MDt 

Becrystalliza'tion, B'- 

KrB-T-Lzshn 
Becrys'tallize, B^-Ers-T- 

iz 
Bect'angle, B<-Et-NG-Gl 
Bectau'gular, B^-Et-NG- 

Gl-B 
Bectan'gularly, Bi-Et- 

NG-Gl-B-i 
Bec'tiflable, B^-Et-F-Bl 
Bectifica'tion, B^-Et-F- 

Esbn 
Bec'tifled, B»-Et-Fd 
Bec'tifier, B^-Et-F-B 
Bec'tify, B^-Kt-F, B«-Kt- 

Fd, B«-Kt-F-NQ 
Bectilin'eal, B>-Et-£-KI 
Bectiliu'ear, B^-Et-^n-B 
Bec'titude, B^-Et-Td 
Bec'tor, B~Ktr 
Bec'torate, B^-Etr-T 
Recto'rial, B^.E-T-Bl 
Bec'torskip,. B^-Etr-SH 

Beo'tory, Ba-ET-B 
Bec'tum, B^-Et-M 
Becum'bence, B^tBns 
Becum'bency, B^ !Bb-S 
Becum'^eiit, B° ! Bnt 
Becu'perate, B^-E-Prt, 
Ba-KPr-Td. B»-K-PrtC) 
Eeou'perative. B'-E-Prt- 

V 
Beou'peratory, B^-E-Prt 

-S 
Eecur', B2-Er, B^-Erd, 

B=-Er-NG 
Becur'rence, B^-Erna 
Eeour'renoy, B»-Em-S 
Eeour'rent, B^-Ernt 
Beourv'ate, B^-Er-Vt 
Eeourva'tion, B^ - Er - 

Vshn 
Eeourve', B«-KrT 
Eeourv'lty, B«-Er-V-T 
Beourv'ous, B^-Er-Vs 
Becu'sancy, Bb-Ez-N-3 
Eecu'sant, B>-Ez-Nt 
Bed, BS-D, B^-Dr, B«-DBt 
Bedac'tion, Bi-D-Esbn 
Bedon', B'-Dn 
Bed'biTd, B^-D-Brd 
Bed'-book, B>-D-B-E 
BedlireaBt, B'-D-Brat 
Bed^-coated, BS-D-E-Td 
Bed'-chalk, B^-D-OH-E 
Bed'den, Bs-Dn, B^-Dnd, 

fl«-Dn-NG 
Eedden'dum, B'-Dn-D- 

M 
Bed'diBh, B9-D-SH 
Bed'dishneBg, B<-D-SB- 



RED 

Beddi'tion, B>'Dshi> 
Bed'ditire, B^-d-Tt 
Bedeem', B'-D-M, B'-T>- 

Md. B^D-M-NG 
Eedeem'able, B'-D-M-Bl 
Eedeem'ablenesB, B'-D- 

M-Bl-Ns [!Bs] 
Bedeem'er, B' - D - Mr 

(Bd3-Mr) 

Bedeliv'er, B'-DI-Vr, B^- 

Dl-Vrd. Ba-Dl-Vr-NG 

tB" Dl, B'-Dld, BS-DIC)] 

Bedeliv'ery, B' - Dl - Vr 

[B^-Dll] 
Bedemiae', B'-D-Ms 
Eedemp'tion, B^-D- 

Mshn 
Bedemp'tioner, B^ - D - 

Mshn B 
Bedemp'tive, B^-D-Mt-V 
Bedemp'tory, B'-D-Mt-B 
Bed'-gum, B'-D-Q-M 
Bed'-hood, B=-D-Hd 
Eed'-hot, B»-D-Ht 
Ee'dieut, B»-D-N-T 
Bedin'tegrate, B'D-TK- 
T-Grt, B»-D-N-T-Gr-Td, 
Ba-D-N-TGrt-NO 
Bedintegra'tion, B'- D - 

N-T-Gr6hn 
Bedissei'zin, B'-S-eZh 
Bed'-lead, IPD-L-D 
Bed'letter, B^-D-Ltr 
EedMetter day, B>-D- 

itr-D 
Bed'ness, B^-D-N s 
Bed'olence, B'-D-£ns 
Eed'olency, B'-D-Ln-S 
Bed'olent, B'-O-Lnt 
Bedoub'le, B>-D-B1, B>. 

D-Bld, B»-D-B1-N0 
Bedoubt', B'-Dt 
Bedoubt'able, Bi-Bt-BI 
Bedound', B<-Dnd, B"- 

Dn-Dd. B'-Dnd-NG 
Bed'owa, B»-D 
Eedraw', B>-Dr 
Bedress", BS-Drs, B»-Drst, 

B2Drs-NG 
Eedress'er, B^-Dr-sE 
Bedress'ible, B^-Drs-BI 
Bedresa'ive, BS-Dre-V 
Bedress'less, B' Dr-sZs 
Bedscar', B^-D-sEB 
Eed'-short, B^-D-SHrt 
Bed'streak, fla-D-sTr-K 
Eed'top, B2-D-T-P (Bs- 

Dt-P) 
Beduoe', B'-Ds, B'-Dst, 

Bs-Ds-NG 
Beduced', B'-Dst 
Eeduoe'ment, B»-D- 

sMnt 
Bedu'oent, B>-Ds-Nt 
Bedu'oer, B' D-sB 
Bedu'cible, B»-Ds-Bl 
Beduc'tion, B'D-Eshn 
Beduo'tive, B»-D-Kt-V 
Beduii'danoe, B^-Dnd- 



RED 

Bedun'dancy, ii^Dnd- 

N-a 
Bedun'dant, iP-Dnd-Nt 
Kedun'dantly, ija-Dnd- 

Nt-L 
Bedu'plicate, 2i3.D-pi- 

Kt H3-D-Pl-K-Td, as-D- 

Pl-Kt-KG 
Beduplica'tion, £2-D-Pl- 

Eshn 
Bedu'plicative, iJS-D-Pl- 

Kt-V 
Bed'wing, B? D- W-NG 
Bed'wood, iJS-D-Wd 
Ee-eeh'o, iS^-K, iJ^-K-D, 

KS-K-NG 
Beed, «3-D 
Beed'-bird, B'-D-Brd 
Beed'en, IP-Tin 
Be-ediflca'tion, B^-r>t- 

Kshn 
Ee-ed'lfy, ««-D-P, «3-Df- 

D, «2-D-F-NG 
Beed'ing, ija D-NG 
Eeed'y, fi'-D 
Beef, iJfs. BO?, BIO' 
Beefy, iJs-F 
Beek, B'-K, B'-Kt, W-K- 

NG 

Beek'y, B'-K 

Beel, i!18, Bid', S1«-nG 

Be-elect', B'-L-K-T, B^-Z- 

K-Td, iP -i-K-T-NG (BI»- 

Kt, aiS-K-Td, iei«-Kt-NG) 
Be-elec'tion, B^-L-Hsiim 

(JJ12-Kshn) 
Ee-eligibil'ity, W-L-3- 

Bl-T 
Ee-el'igible, fis-i-J-Bl 
Be-embark', Ri-M-Br-K, 

E'-M-Br-Kt, ai-M-Br-K- 

NG 
Be-embody', Ei-M-B-D 
Beem'ing, B»-M-NG 
Be-euaot', K'-N-Kt, BMS- 

K-Td, iJl-N-Kt-NG 
Ee-enaot'ment, B'-N-Kt- 

Mat 
Ee-enforoe', 2J»-jr-y-Es, 

B2-N-F-Rst, IP-N-P-Rs- 

NO 
Ee-enforce'ment, Ji'-N- 

F-Rs-Mnt 
Ee-engage', S'-N-O-J, 

iJS-N-G-Jd, BS-N-G-J-NG 
Ee-enlist', R'-TH-Lst. B^. 

N-is-Td, Bi-N-ist-lJO 
Ee-enlist'ment, B^-N-Zs- 

Mat 
Be-en'ter, B^-Ntr, Bs-Str- 

D, B2-Ntr-NG 
. Be-enthrone', B« - N . 

THrn, B-i-N-THmd, B^- 

N-THrn-NG 
Be-en'tranoe, B^-N-Tms 
Be-estab'lisb, [B'-St-B, 

B'-8tBt, B'-St-BC)]. See 

Egiabligh, etc. 
Be-estab'lishment, lB>- 

St-B-Mnt] 



221 

Beeve, Bvs, Bvd» Bvc)« 
Ee-examina'tion, B*-E- 

sM-Nshu 
Be-exam'ine, Bi-K-sMn, 

B'-E-sMnd, Bl-E-sMn- 

NG 
Be-exchange', B^-Es-OH- 

N-J 
Ee-export', B^-Ks-P-Bt. 

B!Ks-P-B-Td„ B»-Es-P- 

BtNO Uj. Ru/i-;.'/ . 

Eefash'ion, B'-Fshn, B'- 

FshDd. Bi-Fshn-NG 
Eefeo'tion, B"-F-Eshn 
Eefee'tlve, b--F-e-Tv 
Eefeo'tory, BS-F-E-T-B 
Befer', Bf^-B, BP-Bd. BP 

-BNG [EfS. Bfta. Bf<-)a] 
Befe'rable, Bf^-B-Bi 
Eeferee', Bf»-B 
Eerereuce, Bt»-Kn8 [BP] 
Eeferen'tial, Bf'-B-N- 

SHl [BP-Bn] 
BeferTible, BP-B-BI 
Beflne', B'-Fn. Bi-Fnd, 

B'-Fn-NG 
Eefln'edly, Bi-F-Nd-L 
Befln'edneas, Bi-Fnd-Ns 
Beflue'znent, Bi-Fn-Mnt 
Befln'er, B'-F-Nr 
Eefln'ery, Bi-Fn-B 
Befit', Ba-Ft, B3.F-Td, B^- 

FtC) 
Beflt'ment, H«-Ft-Mnt 
Eefleot', Bf2-i-E-T, Bf2- 

i-K-Td, -Bf»-L-E-T-NG. 

See Befract, etc. 
Beflec'tion, Bf^-Z-Eshn. 

See Befraction. 
Beflect'ive, Bf «-£-E-Tv 
Beflect'or, Bf^L-Etr 
Be'flez, BP-i-Es 
Eeflexibil'lty, Bf^-L-Es- 

Bl-T 
Eeflex'ible-y, Kf^-i-Es- 

Bl 
Beflex'ive, BP-i-Ks-Y 
Eeflores'cence, st'-L- 

fis-Ns 

Eefluenoe, ep-x-Nb 
Eef luenoy, BP-in-S 
Beriuent, Bf'-i-Nt 
Ee'flux, Bf -£-E8 
Befoment', B'-F-Mnt. B?- 
F-Mn-Td, B^F-Mnt-NG 

Befonn', B"-f-e-M. bi- 

F-E-Md. B'-F-E-M-NG 

[Bl-F, E'-Fd, B>-FC)] 
Eeforma'tion, B^-F-B- 

MBhn [B^-Fshn] 
Eeform'atlTe, Bi- F -E - 

Mt-V 
Beform'atory, B»-F-E- 

Mt-B 

Beformed', B'-F-E-Md 

[Ki-Fd] 
Beform'er, B'-F-B-Mr 

[H"-F-Mr] 
Beform'ist, B'-F-E-Mst 
Befor'tify, Bi-F-Bt-F 



REG 

Eefos'slon, B'-Fshn 
Eefract', B'-Fr-K-T, Bi- 

Fr-E-Td, Bl-Fr-K-T-NG. 

See Bpfiect, etc. 
Befraction, B'-Fr-Eslm, 

See Bejlectitm, 
Eefraot'ive, B'-Fr-E-Tr 
Eefraot'orily, Bi-Fr-E- 

T Bl 
Eefract'orineas, Bi - Fr- 

K-T-B Ns 
Eefraot'ory, B'-Fr-E-T-B 
Eef'ragable, B^-Fr-G-Bl 
Befrain', B»Frn, B^-Fmd, 

B^-Fm-NG 
Beframe', BS-Fr-M, B^- 

Fr-Md. B2-Fr-M-NG 
Befrangibil'ity, Ba-Pr- 

N-J-Bl-T 
Eefrau'gible, Bi-Fr-N-J- 

Bl 
Eefresh', B^-Fr-Sfl'. R'- 
I Fr-SHt. BS-Fr-Sfl^-NG 
Eefresh'er, B^-Pr-SHr 
Eefresli'ment, Ef-Ti-SS- 

Mnt 
Eefrig'erajit, BS-Pr-Jmt 
Eefrig'eTate, B3-rr-Jrt, 

B»-Fr-Jr-Td, B3-Fr-Jrt- 

NO 
Eefrlgera'tion, B'' Fr - 

Jrshn 
Eefrig'erative, Bs-Fp- Jr- - 

Tt 
Eeflrig'erator, B^-Fr-Jrir 
Eefrig'eratory, B'-Fr- 

Jrt-B 
Eefl, BtV 
Beruge, B"-F-J 
Eefugee', B^-P-J 
Eefurgenoe, RP-L-3os 
Eefiil'genoy, BP-L-Jn-S 
Beful'gent, BP-L-Jnt 
Eefiil'gently, BP -i-Jnt- 

L 
Befund', B^-Fnd, BS-F-N- 

Dd. B2-Pnd-NG 
Eefand'er, BS-Pndr 
Eefus'able, BS-Fz-Bl 
Eefus'al, B»-Pz-Ij 
Befuse', B^Fz, B»-Fzd, BS- 

Fz-NG 
Eef use, B^-Pa 
Eefus'er, B^-F-Zr 
Eefut'able, BS-Ft-Bl 
Eefiita'tiou, BS-F-Tslm 
Befut'atory, B^-Pt-T-B 
Eefute', B3-Ft, B3-p.Td, 

B'-FtNG 
Befat'er, B»-Ftr 
Eegain', B^-Gn, E^-Gnd, 

B»Gn-NG 
Ee'gal, B3-G1 
Begale', B^-G-L, Bs-G-Ld, 

B>-G-L-NG 
Begale'meut, B^-G-L- 

Mnt 
Bega'lia, B'-G-Z 
Begal'ity, B'-G-X-T 
Be'gally, B' Gl 



REG 

Begard', iJ'-Grd, B'-Gr- 

Ud. iei-Grd-NG 
Begard'able, s>-ard-Bl 
Begard'ant, Jii-Gr-Dnt 
Begard'er, B'-Gr Dr 
Begard'ful-ly, «».Grd-ri 
Begard'less, jB>-GTd-X.s 
Begard'lessly, a'-Grd- 

Ls-L 
Begardlessness, Ai-Ord- 

is-Ns 
Begards', R^-QtAz 
Begath'er, A>-Gdhr 
Begat'ta, /e'-G-T 
Ee'genoy.B'Jn-S 
Begen'eracy, JP- J-Nr-S 
Beeen'arate, iP-J-Nrt. 

ija-J-Kr-Td. J!»- J-Nrt-NG 
Begen'erateneas, S^-3 ■ 

Nrt-Ns 
Begenera'tion, JZ^ - J - 

Nrshn 
Begen'eratire, K«-J-Nrt- 

V 
Be'gent, li^-3ut 
Be'gent-Bliip, ii^-Jnt-SH 

Beger'maiate, fi«-Jr-M- 

N-T 
Begermina'tion, JZ^-Jr- 

M-Nshn 

Beg'icide, Sf-3-tiD 
Begime', Ai-ZH-M 
Beg'imen, K'-l-lin 
Bee'imeiit, jji-j-Mnt. £2- 

J-M-N-Td. JP-J-Mnt-NG 
Begiment'al, A^^-j-Mnt-z 

[! Mnt] 
Begiment'als, Jii-J-Mnt- 

£z [iMntz] 
Be'glon, fi>-Jn 
Beg'ister, B»-Jstr, JP-J- 

sTvd, iP-jRtr-NG 
Eeg'ister-shlp, Bs-Jstr 

tSH 
Beg'istrar, B'-J-sTi^R 
Begistra'tion, £> - J - 

sTrshn 
Beg'iatry, H^-J-sTr 
Beg'let, IP-Q-Lt 
Beg'nant, ie^-G-Nnt 
Begorge', iJ'-Gr-J, S'-Gr- 

Jd, i!' Gr-J-NG 
Begrant', B^-O/mt. £>- 

Gm-Td, JJi-Gmt-NG 
Begrate', iP-Grt, S'-Gr- 

Td. 7e»-Grt-NG 
Begrat'er, IP-Grtr 
Be'gresa, B'-Gra 
Begres'sion, £>-GT8hii 
Begress'ive, JB«-Grs-V, 
Begret', iP-Grt, B^-Gr- 

Td. Sr- Grt-NG 
Begret'ful-ly, iP-Grt-Fl 
Begret'table, B«-Grt-Bl 
Eeg'ular, «!-Gl-E [fiS-G] 
Begular'ity, JJi-Gl-S-T 
„[B'-G] 
Beg'ularly, B« - Gl - E - £ 



232 

Beg'ulate, iP-Glt, ii>-Gl- 

Td. fl»-GU-NG . 
Begula'tion, B^-oighn 
Beg'ulative, iP-Glt-v 
Beg'ulator, ie»GUr 
Beg'ulize, if' Glz 
Beg'ulus, IPO-Lb 
Begur'gitate, lP-ar-3- 

Tt. B«-Gr-Jt-Td, iP-Gr-J- 

BeguTgita'tion, iP-Gr-J- 

Tshn 
Behabiritate, B>-B-£- 

Tt. «a-B-i-T-Ta, a«-B-i- 

TtC) 
Behabilita'tion, Sf-'B-L- 

Tshn 
Behear', B»-Hr, B»-Hr- 

NO [RS-E, «»-B-NG: 
Beheard', iP-Hrd 
Bebears'al, i2--Hrs-£ 
Behearae', JP-Hrs, B«- 

Hrst, iP-Hrs NG 
Beheais'er, /J»-Hrs-K 
Eei, B» 
Bei'gle, B'Gl 
Beign, Kn', Ra&K Hn«-NG 
Be-imburae', E'-M-Brs, 

E2-M-Bret. E»-M-Brs-NG 
Be-imburse'ment, E' 

M-Br-sMiit 
Be-imburs'er, E'-M-Br- 

sB 
Bein, Ra-, Rudf. Bn'-NG 
Bein'deer, Bu>-D-U 
Be-inforoe', iPN-F-Bs 
Bein'leaa, Rn'-La 
Be-inlist', iJ>.N-ist 
Beins, Bnz' 
Re-inaert', W-'Sa-Ri 
Be-inapec'tiou, IP-Ns-P- 

Kslin 
Be-inatall', Ri-NsT-L, 

iJi-Ns-T-Ld, iJ>-Ns-T-L- 

NG 
Be-lnBtall'ment, Bi-Na- 

T-i-Mnt 
Be-instate', JB>-Ns-Tt, £> 

Ns-T-Td. IP-Ns-TtC) 
Be-instate'meut, B^-Ns- 

Tt-Mnt 
Be-insur'ance, B> - K - 

SHms 
Be-inaure', Bi-N-SHr, B'- 

N-SHrd, ie«-N-SHr-NG 
Re-in'tegrate, B» - N - T - 

Grt 
Be-invest', B«-N-Vst, B»- 

N-Vs-Td, B»-N-VBt(-) 
Be-inTesfment, B>-N 

Vs-T-Mnt [-Vs-Mjit] 
Be-invig'orate, B»-N-V- 

Grt, B«-N-V-Gr-Td, B> 

N-V- Grt-NG 
Beia-eften'di, Bz>-r-N-D 
Be-ia'sue, B>-SH, ^-SE 

D (-SHd), fl»-SH-NG 
Beit'erate, B»-T-Bt. B'-T 

B-Td, B'^T-Bt-NG 

Beitera^'tion, B'-T-Bshn 



BEL 

Bejeot', B«-J-Kt, B»-J-K- 

Td. fl2-J-Kt-NG 
Beject'able, B>-J-Et-BI 
Beject'er, B»-J-Ktr 
Beiec'tion, Bs-J-Kshn 
Be]oioe', B>-Js, Bi-Jat, 

fii'Js-NO 
Bejoic'ingly, B'-Ja-NGl 
Beioin', B>-Jn, Bi-Jnd, 

B'-Jn-NG 
Bejoin'der, B'-Jndr 
Bejoint', B'-Jnt, Bi-J-N- 

Td, B>-Jnt-NG 
Bejudge', B'-J-J, B»-JJ- 

D. B«-J-J-NG 
Beju'venate, B'-Jv-Nt, 

B»-JT-N-Td, B»-JT-Nt- 

NG 
BejuTenes'cence, b^-Jt- 

Ns-Ns 
Bejuvenes'oenoy, B^Jv- 

Ns-N-S 
Bejuvenes'oont, B^-Jv- 

Ns-Nt 
Beju'venize, B>-Jv-Nz 
Bekin'dle, B'-K-Nd-L, 

B'K-Nd-Ld, B'-K-Nd-L- 

NG 
Belaid^ B--Z-D 
Beland', B»-£nd, B>-L-N- 

Dd, B'-ind-NG 
Belapae', BI'-Fb, Bli-Pat, 

Bl'-Ps-NG 
Belaps'er, BU-P-sR 
Belate', Blt=, Bl»-Td, Blti 

NO 
Belat'er, BUr= 
Bela'tion, Blshu* 
Bela'tional, Blsbn^-Z 
Bela'tionahip, Blshn* 

'SH 
Bel'ative, RVf-'^ 
Eel'atively, Blf-v-L 
Bel'ativeneaa, Blt'-Y-Ns 
Eelat'or, «ltr» 
Eelax', Bl>-E8, BU-Kst, 

ffil'-Ks-NG 
Belax'able, Bli-Es-Bl 
Eelax'ant, Bl'-Ks-Nt 
ESlaxa'tion, BI^-Estto 
Belax'ative, Kl'-Ka-Tr 
Belay-, m-L, B» -id, BS- 

i-NG 
Beleaa'able, Bls^B-L 
Belease', Bis', Blst», Bls»- 

NG 
Beleaae'meiit, BP-sMnt 
Beleas'er, B1>-bE 
Eeregate, Bl«-Gt. Bl'-G- 

Td. Bl«-Gt-NG 
Belega'tion, Bl'-Gshn 
Eelent', Blnt», Bl'-N-Td, 

Blnt«-NG 
Belent'less, Blnt'-Zs 
Belessee', B'-Z-S 
Eeleasor', B<-£s-B 
Relet', BS-tt, B«-Lt-NQ 
Eel'ovanoe, Bl»-Vns 
Berevanoy, Bis-Vu-S 
Bel'evant, RV-\rA 



REL 

Beliabil'ity. B1>B1-X 
Keli'able, Rli-Bl 
Beli'ableness, AP-BI-ITa 

Beli'Bnce, 7iliis> 
Bel'io, m'-K 
Kel'iot, RV-Kt 
Belied', sn-D (or Bid') 
Eeliel', XIP 
Eeli'er, «>-£-B 
Believ'able, Bl'-y-Bl 
Believe', 181t», BVrd', 

iJlvc)' 
Believ'er, Blv'-R 
Eeliev'o, Bl'-Y 
Belig'ion, RV-Jn [i:i>-Ji 
Belig'ionism, iil^-Jn-Z- 

M [-J-zM] 
Belig'ionist, iil^-Jn-St 
Belig'ious, BV-Jb 
Belig'ioualy, Rl'-J-sL 
Belig'iousness, BI'-3b- 

Nb 
Belin'quish, Bl'-TSQ-Kv- 

SH, JJl>-NG-Kw-SHt, Bl'- 

NG-Kw-SH-Sf» [«1«-NG- 

SH, iJia-Na-SHt, £1>-NG- 

SH-NG] 
Belin'quisheT, BP-TSa- 

Kw-8Hr [ieis-NG-SHr] 
Belin'quisbment, BP 

NG-Kw-SH-Mnt [RP- 

NG-SH-Mnt] 
Bel'lquaiy, BV-Kw-B 
Belique', BV-K 
Bel'ish, Bl^BU, Rl'-Sm^ 

Rl'-SB-'Sa 
Bel'ishable, i:i>-SH-Bl 
Beloan', JP-in 
Beluct', iJl'-Kt 
Beluc'tance, Bl'-K-Tns 
Beluc'tancy, iil'-E-Tn-S 
Beluc'tant, iJl«-K-Tnt 
Beluc'tantly, i!l^E-Tst- 

L 
Beluc'tate, RV-X-Tt 
Belume', B'-L-it, IP-L- 

Md. iei»-£-M-NQ 
Bely', Bit, jjh-d (Bid'), 

Bemade', B^-Md 
Bemain', KS-Mn, B^-Mnd, 

E2-Mn-NG 
Bemain'der, B^Mndr 
Bemaina', RS-Mnz 
Bemake', B>-M-E, B>-M- 

E-NG 
Bemand', Ri-Mnd, Ri- 

Mn-Dd. Bi-Mnd-NG 
Bemark', R'-Mi-K, B^- 

Mr-Kt, B"'-Mr-E-NG [Ri- 

M. R'-Mt. R'-MC)] 
Bemarks', £<-Mt-Es [B^- 

Ms] 
Bemark'able-7, ji'-Mr- 

E-Bl [B"-M-B1] 

Bemark'ableness, Ji> - 
Mr-E-BI-Ns [R>-MiBs] 
Bemark'er, £i-Mr-ET 
Bemar'ry,B>-M-fi 



S23 
Beme'dlable-y, E'-Md- 

Bl 
Beme'dial, Rs-M-Dl 
Bemed'iless, R»-Md-is 
Eem'edy, RS-M-D, E«-M- 

Dd, E2-M-D-NG 
Bemem'ber, B^-M-M Br, 

B2-M-M-Brd, RS-M-M-Br- 

KG [RS-M, B2-Md, W- 

MC)] 
Bemem'berer, B^M-M- 
. Br-B 
Bemem'bTance, B>-M- 

M-Brns [R2-MS] 
Bemem'braacer, B>-H- 

M-Brns-R 
Bem'igrate or Bemi'- 

grate, R'orl - M - Grt, 

R«ori-M-Gr-Td, B^ori- 

M-Grt-NG 
Bemigra'tion, B> - M - 

Grshn 
Bemind", B'-Mnd, Bi 

Mn-Dd. B'-Mnd-NG 
Bemind'er, R<-Mndr 
Bemind'ful, B'-Mnd-r-L 
Betninis'cence, B> - M 

Ks-Ns 
Beminis'cent, B^-M-Ns- 

m 

Bemise', E'-Mz, Bi-Mzd, 

Ki-Mz-NG 
Bemiss', B''-Ms 
Bemis'sible, B^-Ms-B-L 
Bemis'siou, B^-Mstm 
Bemiss'ly, B^-Ms-£ 
Bemiss'nesB, R*-Ms-Ns 
BemiV, B^J-Mt, Bs-M-Td, 

Bo-MtC) 
Bemit'ment, BS-Mt-Mnt 
Bemit'tal, R^-Mt-Z. 
Bemit'tance, B^-M-Tns 
Eemit'tent, B'-M-Tnt 
Bemit'ter, B»-Mtr 
Bemit'top, B^-M tr 
Bem'nant, B^^Mn-Nt 
Bemod'el, B>-]iI-Dl, B'-M- 

Dld, E'-M-Dl-NG 
Bemold', Rs-M-id, B»-M- 

i-Dd, R2-M-id-NG 
Bemon'strance, B<-Mns- 

Tns 
Bemon'strant, E>-Mns- 

Tnt 
Bemon'strate, Ri-Mns- 

Tt, B'-Mns-T-Td, R'- 

Mns-TtC) 
Bemou'strator, B'-Mns- 

Ttr 
Eemor'denoy, B>-Mr-Dn- 

s 
Eemorse', B'-Mrs 
Eemorse'ful, B'-Mrs-F-L 
Bemorse'fully, i8'-Mrs-F- 

L 
BemoTseless, ii<-Mr8-Z,s 
BemoTse'lessly, Bi-Mrs- 

Ls-L 
BemoTselessnesa, A> - 

Mrs-Xs-Ns 



REN 

Eemote', B^-Mt, R2.Mtr, 

B2-M-TBt (or-Mtst) 
Eemote'ly, ES-Mt-i 
Eemote'uess, B^-Mt-Ns 
Eemount', B'-Mnt, B». 

Mn.Td, Bi-Mnt-KG 
Bemovabil'ity, B^M-V- 

Bl-X (or-Blt) 
Eemov'able, RS-M-Y-Bl 
Bemov'al, E^-M-Vl 
Eemove', Bs-M-V, E«-M. 

Vd. E«-M-V-jSG 
EemOT'er, E>-M-Vr 
Eemu'neTable, E^-m-Nt- 

Bl 
Bema'nerate, R^M-Nrt, 

Ra-M-Nr-Td, Rs-M-Nrt- 

NO 
Bemunera'tion, R^-M- 

Nrsbn 
Bemu'nerative, B^-M- 

Nrt-V 
Bemu'neratory, B'-M- 

Nr-T-iS 
Be'nal, «3-N-L 
Een'ard, Bui-Bd 
Beuas'cence, B'-Ns-Xs 
Benas'ceucy, B'-Ks-K-S 
Benas'cent, ii>-Ns-Nt 
Eenas'cible, iJ'-Ns-B-L 
Eencon'tre or Ben- 

oonnter, Bn> - Kutr, 

flni-Ent-Ed, Bdi-Kntr- 

NG 
Bend, End», iJS-N-Dd, 

BndS-NG 
Beii'der, Bndr°, i2nd>-Bd, 

Budr^-KG 
Ben'derable, Bndr'-B-I, 
Ben'derer, Bndr: B 
Een'dezvous, «>-Nd-V, 

iJ3-Nd-Vd, JJ2-Nd-V-Na 
Eendi'tion, /e'-N-Dshn 
Ben'egade, ie>-N-Gd 
Benega'do, b^-N-g-d 
Eenerve', Jl--TSi-Y 
Benew', iJ»-N, B^-Nd, iJ'- 

N-NG. At the end of the 

outlines of Benew and 

Renewed join a tick in 

direction of GH. See 

New. 
Eenew'aWe, B3-N-B1 
Eenew'al, B'-N-L 
Eenew'edly, B^-S-D-L 
Eenew'er, B^-N-R , 
Een'iform, JS^-N-F-B-M 
Beni'tence, B'-N-Tns 
Eeni'tency, Bi-N-Tn-S 
Eeni'tent, «i-N-Tnt 
Ben'uet, B--Nt 
Beuounce', B'-Nns, B"- 

N-Nst, i;i-N-Ns-NG 
Eenounoe'ment, B' - N - 

Ns-Mnt 
Benoun'cer, B'-N-Ns-R 
Ben'ovate, B^-N-Vt, IP- 

N-V-Td, B'-N-Vt(') 
Eenova'tion, B^-N-Vshn 
Ben'ovator, B^-N-Vtr 



REN 
Benown',ii>-Kn 
Benowned', fi'-Nd 
Eenowu'ediy, «>-Nna-L 
Benownless, IP-THa-La 
Bent, SaV, Jja-N-Td, Bnf 

Benf able, iinlii-B-Ii 
Bent'al, iP-Nt-L 
Beu'ter, iJntra, iJnts-Kd, 

Benf -roll, Knt»-«-L 
Eenunoia'tion, B^-Nii 

SHahn 
Eeo'pen, 2J«-Pn 
Beordina'tion, A^ii-D 

Nehn 
Be-organiza'tlon, Bfi-S- 

G-'Nzshn i-Guzshn) 

Beor'ganize, ie'-B-G-Nz, 

«>-B-G-Nzd, JBLB-G-Nz- 

NG 
Eep, B--P 
Bepao'if^, JB>-Ps-r 
Bepack', fi'-P-K, U'-P-Kt, 
-• fii-P-K-NG 
Eepack'er, H>-P-Kr 
Bepaid', ii>-Pd 
Eepair', ie'-P-R, iJi-P-Kd, 

ie'P-liNG 
Bepair'able, JJ'-P-JJ-Bl 
Bepaiiver, B»-P-Kr 
Bep'arable B--P-S-B1;. 
Bepara'tion, £*-P-£6lid 
Bepar'ative, ie'-P-Bt-v 
Bepartee', E'-VR-T, B^- 

P-fiTd, iJ'-P-iJ-T-NG 
Bepass', Ai-Pa, £i-Pst, 

/i'-Ps-NG 
Bepast', iii-Fst 
Bepay, JB^-P. iJ«-P-NG 
Bepay'able, iJS-P-Bl 
Bepay'ment, ija-P-Mnt 
Bepeal', i8>-p.L, B'-P-IA, 

H»-P-L-UG 
Bepealabil'ity, iJ'-P-i- 

Bl-T (-Bit) 

Bepeal'able, B^-P-L-Sl 
Bepeal'ableneBS, iJ^-F- 

£-Bl.Ns [IBs] 
Bepeal'er, B'-P-i-B 
Eepeaf, B»-Pt, -ie^-P-Td, 

iJ2-PtC) 
Eepeaf edly, iP-P-Td-i 
Eepeaf er, a»-ptr 
Eepei', ie^-p-L, w-p-Ld, 

B'-r-i.-'sa 
Bepel'lenoe, B'-V-Ldb 
Bepellency, i?!-P-in.8 
Eepel'lent, B'-¥-Lni 
Bepel'ler, iP-P-i-B 
Eepenf, B^-Pnt, B'-'Pn- 

Td, iJ2-Pnf-NG 
Eepenf anoe, B^-Pnt-Ns 
Eepenf ant, iJ--Pnt-Nt 
Eepenf er, iJ^-Pntr 
Eepeo'ple, B'-P-Pl, B»-P- 

Pld, B'-P-Pl-NG 
EeperousB', ie^-Pr-Ks 
Beperous'sion, B'-Pr- 

Eehn 



224- 
EepereuBB'ive, ii«-Pr-Ks- 

V 
Beperti'tiouB, B"-Pr-T- 

sm 

Eep'ertory, K^-Prt-iJ 
Bepetend', J(P-P-Tnd 
Eepeti'tion, B'-P-Tshn 
Bepeti'tional, B" - P ■ 

Ushu-L 
Bepeti'tiouary, B'-P- 

Tshn-B 
Eepeti'tious, B'-V-T-SBs 
Bepine', Bi-Fn, Bi-Pnd, 

Bi-Pn-NG 
Eepin'er, B'-P-Nr 
Bepin'ingly, B'-Fn-NG-L 
Beplace', B'-Pla, B^-Plst, 

B'-i-PIs-NG 
Eeplace'ment, B^-Fl. 

sMnt 
Beplanf , B'-Plnt, B>-Fln- 

Td, B>-Flnt-KG 
BeplBiifBble, Bi-Flnt-B 

(-L) 
Eeplanta'tion, B'-Fln-. 

Tshn 
Eeplen'iBh, B«-Plii-SH. 

B2-Fln-SHt, B2-Pln-SH- 

NG 
Eeplen'iBtament, B^-Fln- 

SH-Mnt 
Eeplete',-B'-Flt 
Beple'tion, B>-Plsbn 
Beple'tive, iP-ru-Y 
Beplev'iable, B«-F1-V-B1 
BepleVin, Btpi-Vn 
BepleT'iBable, B^-Pl-Vs- 

Bl 
Beplev'y, B2-P1-V, B^-Pl- 

Vd. B2-P1-V-NG 
Bep'Iioant, iJS-pl-Knt 
Beplica/tion, Bi^-Pl-Esliii 
Bepli'er, B>-P1-B 
Beply, B'-Fl, B'-Pld, B>- 

Fl-NG 
Bepol'isli, B>-F-i-SH, B'- 

P.L-SH-T, B'-P-i-SH-NG 
Eeporf , B'-P-Bt, BS-P-B- 

Td, B2-P-Bt-NG 
Beporf er, B^-P-Btr 
BepoTf ing, B^-P-Bt-NG 
BepoB'al, B'-Pz-L 
BepoBe', B^Vz, li^-Fz-D, 

B2-PZ-NG 
Bepos'edness, Bs-Fz-D- 

Ks 
Bepos'lt, B'-Pz-T, B>-Pz- 

Td, B'-Pz-T-NG 
Beposi'tion, B/'-Vzslm 
Bepos'itory, B'-Pz-T-B 
Bepossess', B--Psb, B'- 

FsbT. B^Pss-NG 
BeposseB'sion, B'-Vashn 
Eeprehend', B^-Pr-Hnd, 

B2-Pr-Hn-Dd, B^-Pr-Hnd 

-NG 
Eeprehend'er, Bs - Pr - 

Hudr 
Eeprehensibil'ity, B»- 

Ft-Ns-B-i-T 



Bepreben'sible, B<-Pr' 

Ns-B-L 
Bepreben'sibleneBS, B°' 

Pr-N»-B-£-TlK [:B8] 
Bepreheu'aibly, Bs-Pr- 

Ns-B-£ 
Beprehen'Bion, B'-Pr- 

N»hn 
Beprehen'sive, B»-Pr-N8 

-V 
Bepreaeuf , B»- Prz - Nt, 

B2-Prz-N-Td. BS^Frz-Nt- 

NG IB'-S, B'-T'.D, Bf- 

PC)] 
Bepresenta/tion, B^Frz- 

N-Tahn (B>-Pslin] 
Bepresent'ative, B»-Prz- 

Nt-Tv [B2-P: 
BepreBenf er, B^-Frz-Ntr 
Eepresenf ment, B^Prz- 

Nt-Mnt 
EepresB', Bs-Prs, B^-Prst, 

B2-Pr8-NG 
EepresB'er, B»-Pr-sB 
Eepres'sion, B--Prshn 
Eepress'ive, B^-Pre-V 
Eepress'ively, B^-Prs-V. 

L 
Eeprieve', B'-Prv, B=- 

Prvd. Bs-Prv-NG 
Bep'rimand, B^-Pr-Mnd, 

B'-Pr-Mn-Dd, B«-Pr-Mnd 

-NG 
Eeprinf , B»-Pnit, B^-Pm 

-Td, B3.Pmt-NG 
Ee'priut, B^-Frnt 
Bepria'al, B'-Prz-L 
Beprise', B>-Prz 
Eeproaoh', B»-Fr-CH, IP- 

Pr-CHt. BS-Pr-CH-NG 
Beproach'able, B'-Pr- 

CH-Bl 
Beproach'ablenesB, B°- 

Pr-CH-Bl-Ns [!B6l 
Beproach'er, B-Pr-CHr 
Beproach'ful-ly, B«-Pr- 

CH-Fl 

BepTobate, B«-Fi^B-T, 

Bii-Pp-B-Td, B«-Pr-B-T- 

NG 
Bep'robateness, B^-Pr- 

B-T-Ns 
BepTobater, B^-Pr-Btr 
Beproba'tion, B^-Fr- 

Bsh- 
Beproduce', B'-Fr-Ds, 

B3-Pr-Dst. B»-PrJ)s-NG 
Beproduc'tion, B<-Pr-D- 

Kshn 
BeprodUG'tive, B=-Pr-D- 

Kt-V 
Beproduo'tory, E^Vr-I>- 

K-Tr 
Eeproof , B'-Prf 
Eepromul'gate, B^-Pr- 

Ml Gt 
Beprov'able, B'-Prv-B-L 
Bepro v'ableness, B^-Prv 

!Bs 
Eeprov'ably, B^-Frr-B-i 



liEP 

Reprov'al, B>-Pr-Vl 
Keprove', iS'-Prv, B^ 

Prvd, Jja-Prv-NG 
Beprover, «»-Pr-Vr 
Bepro vingly, «»-*•■" 

NG-L 
Bep'tilo, ie^-Pt-L 
Beptil'ian, iJ^-Pt-in 
Bepub'lic, fis-P-B-i-K 

[B2-P-B] 
Bepub'lican, jp-V-B-L- 

Ku [«a-P-Bn] 
Bepub'licamsm, S'-F-B- 

L-Kn-Z-U [BtP-B-zM] 
Bepab'Iicanize, £2.p.B- 

i-K-Nz, BS-P-B-i-K-Nzd, 

BS-P-B-i-K-Nz-NG 
Bepublica'tion, £--P-B- 

£-Kshn [iJ2-P-Bsbn] 
Eepub'lish, Bs-P-B-t-SH, 

iJ2-P-B-i-Sff-T, jE2-P-B- 

2,-SH-NG [iJ2-P-B, Si- 

P-B:T, B2-P-BC)1 
Bepu'diable, K"-P-D-B1 
Bepu'diate, B^-P-Dt, IP- 

P-D-Td, iJ3-P-Dt(-) 
Eepudia'tion, ij^-P-Dshn 
Bepu'diator, iJ»-P-Dtr 
Bepug'nance, ;js-P-G- 

Nns 
Bepug'nanoy, K^-p-G- 

Nn-8 
Bepug'nant, A^-P-a-Nnt 
Bepug'nantly, ii^-F-G- 

Nnt-L 
Bepulse', Jjs-P-Ls, Bf-P- 

Lst, B-J-P-Ls-NG 
Bepul'sion, Rf-V-Lehn 
Bepul'siTe, B*-p.£s-V 
BepuVsively, JP-P-Ls-V- 

L 
Bepul'BiTeness, B^-P-Ls- 

V-Ns 
Bepul'sory, Hs-P-£s-K 
Bepur'chase, iJ2-Pr-CHs, 

B!!-Pr-CHst, ija-Pr-CHs- 

NG 
Bep'utable-y, B2-Pt-Bl 
Bep'iitableness, B"-Pt- 

Bl-Ns i:Bsi 
Eeputa'tion, R--V-Taba 

iS'-Pshnl 
Bepute', B'-Pt, B'-P-Td, 

R'-Ptma 
BepuVedly, K'-P-Td-i 
Bequesf, B^-Ewst, B'- 

Kws-Td,iJ2-Kw6tC) 
Bequest/ er, B^Ewstr 
Be'quiem. B^-Ew-M 
Bequir'able, B>-Ew-B-Bl 
Eequlre', B'-Kw-E, B'- 

Kw-Bd, B'-Kw-K-NG- 
Berguirelnent, B'-Ew-E- 

Mnt 
Bequiiyer, B'-Kw-Rr 
Beq'uisite, B«-Kwz-T 
Beq'ulsiteness, B^Ewz- 

T-Ns 
Beqaisi'tion, B'-Kvzshn 
Bequif al, B>-Ewi-L 

10* 



225 

Eequite', B'-Kvrt, B^-Ew- 

Td, Bi-Kwt-NG 
Bequif er, B^-Eirtp 
Bere'ward, B'-B-Wrd 
Besair, Bz-s£, B^-bL-D, 

Bisi-NG 
Besale', E'-sL 
Beaoind', B6»-Nd, Bs»-N- 

Dd, Bs«-Nd-NG 
Eescis'sion, BBzlm' 
Bescis'sory, B^-Ss-B 
Be'Bcript, B^-sKr-Pt 
Bescrip'tion, B»-sEr- 

Pslin 
Ees'cuable, Bs^E-Bl 
Bes'cue, Bs^E, BB^-Ed, 

Bs3-K-NG 
Bes'cuer, Bs'-E-B 
Beseafch', Bs^-B-CH, 

Ks2-B-CHt, Bsii-B-CH.lfQ 
Eeseaf, Bs?-T, ,Bs«-Td, 

Bs'-T-NG 
Beseize', B^-sZ, B^-sZd, 

B^sZ-NG 
Beseiz'ure, B'-sZHr 
Besell', B^-si, B^-si-NG 
Eesem'blauce, B^-zM- 

Blns 
Besem'ble, B^ - zM - Bl, 

B2-zM-Bld, Ba-zM-Bl-NG 
Besend', BsS-Nd 
Besent', Bz^-Nt, Bzii-N- 

Td, Bz2-Nt-NG 
Eesenf er, Bz2-Ntp 
Beaent'ful, Bz^-Nt-F-L 
Eesenf fully, Bzii-Nt-F-i 
Besent'ive, BzS-Nt-V 
BeseuMnent, Bz»-Nt- 

Mnt 
Beserya'tion, Bz^ - B - 

Vshn 
Eesery'atory, Bz»-B-V- 

T-B 
Beserre', Bzs-Bv, Bzs- 

Bvd, Bz2-Bv(-) 
Beserved', flzs-Bvd 
Eeserv'edly, Bz2-Bvd-£ 
Beaerr'edness, Bz'-B- 

Vd-Ns 
Beserv'er, Bz>-Bv-b 
Reservoir', Bz^-B-V-K 
Beset', B82-T, Bs2-T-NG 
Besef tie, Bs^-T-L, Bs^-T- 

Ld, Bs2-T-L-NG 

Eeaeftlement, Bef-T-L- 

Mnt 
Beship', B'-SH-P 
Beside', Bzi-D, Bzi-Dd, 

Bz'-D-NG 
Ees'idence, Bz^Dns 
Bes'idency, Bz^-Bn-S 
Bes'ident, Bz^-Dnt 
Bes'identer, BzS^Dntr 
Besideu'tial, Bz'-D-N- 

SHI 
Beaiden'tiary, Bz^-D-N- 

SHl 
Besid'er, B'-zDr 
Eesid'ual, Bz^-D-L 
Besid'uary, Bz^-D-B 



RES 

Ees'idue, Bz'-D 
Besi4'uum, Bz>-D-M 
Besign', Bzi-N, Bzi-Nd, 

Bzi-N-N.G 
Besigna/tioQ, Bz'-G- 

Nshu 
Besjgned', Kzi-Nd 
Besign'edly, Bzi-N-D-i 
Besigu'er, Bzi-N-B 
Besil'ience, B'-zL-TSb 
Besil'iency, B^-z^-K-S 
Besll'ient, B'-zi-Nt 
Eesili'tion, B'-zXshn 
Bes'in, Bz«-N 
Besiuiferous, BzH-N-""- 

Bs 
Bes'inous, Bz^-Ns 
Besisf, Bzs8-T, Bzs'-Td, 

pzsa-T-KG 
Besist'ance, Bzs'-Tns 
Besist'ant, Bzs^-Tnt 
Besist'er, Bzs»-T-K 
Eesistibil'ity, Bzss-T-Bl- 

T 
Besisf ible, Bzb^T-B1 
Besisf ive, Bzs»-Tv 
Besist'less, BzsS-T-Zs 
Resold', B^bL-D 
Bes'oluble, BS-zL-BI 
Bes'olute, B^-zit 
Ees'olutely, B^-zit-i 
Bes'oluteness, B'xLt-^a 
Besolu'tion, B^zLsbn 
BesolT'able, B'-zL-V-Bl 
Besolve', B>-zt-V, B'-zi- 

Vd, Bi-z£-y-NG 
Besolv'edness, B* - z£ • 

Vd-Ns 
Besolv'ent, Bi-z£-Vnt 
Besolv'er, B'-zi-Vr 
Bes'onance, Bz'-Nns 
Bes'onant, Bz^-Nnt 
Eesorb'ent, Bs'-B-Bnt 
Besorf, Bzi-Bt, Bz>-B- 

Td, Bzi-Bt-NG 
Besorf er, Bz'-Btr 
Besound', Bzi-Nd, Bz«- 

N-Dd, Bzi-Nd-NG 
Besound', Bs'-Nd, Bs^-N- 

Dd, Bsi-Nd-NG 
Eesouroe', Bss-Bb 
Bespeof, Bs=-P-Et, Bs^- 

P-E-Td, BsS-P-Et-NQ 
Bespectabil'ity, Bs'- P - 

Et-BI-T 
Bespeof able-y, Bs'-P- 

Kt-Bl 
Bespecfableness, Bs°- 

P-Et-B1N< [IBs] 
Bespeof ed, Bs'-P-E-Td 
Bespeof er, Bs^-P-Etr 
Bespeof ful-ly, Bs=-P-Et. 

Fl 
Eespecffulness, Bs^-P- 

Kt-Fl-Ns i;Fb] 
Bespeof ing, Bs2 - P - Et - 

KG 
Bespeof ire, Bs^-P-Et-V 
Bespeof ively,. Bs^-P-Kt- 

V-i 



RES 

Bespeofless, ss'-p- 

Le 
Bespecf lessnesB, As'-F- 

Kt-Xs-Ns [t£s] 
B3spell', fl6»-P-L, ij8«-P- 

Ld. fl6»-P-L-NG 
Bespirabili'ty, B'-P-B- 

Bl-T 
Bespir'able, i!Bi-P'ii-Bl 
Bespir'ableness, Sa^V- 

if-BI-Ns [iBs] 
Bespira'tion, ^^-F'Bshn 
Bes'pirator, SB'-P-Btr 
Bespir'atory, iSs'-P-B-T 

Bespire', i?si-P-B, Bs<-P- 

Kd, Bsi-P -B-NG 
Bes'pite, Bss-Pt, JJs«-P- 

Td, 7is2-Pt(') 

Besplen'denoe, R 

Plnd-Ns 
Besplen'denoy, Ss> - 

PIlid-N-S 
Besplen'dent, Ss'-VlnA- 

m 
Besplen'dentljr, Bs' ■ 

Plnd-Nt-L 
Bespond', iZs'-Fnd, Bs^- 

Pn-Dd. «Bi-PDd.NG 
Bespond'ence, JZs'-Pnd- 

Ns 
Bespond'ency, Bs^TnA- 

N-8 
Bespond'ent, As'-Fnd 

Nt 
Besponden'tia, £s*-Fnd 
'N-SH 

Beapon'sal, Ss>-F-Ns-L 
Besponse', Ksi-Pns 
Besponsibil'ity, As'-Fns 

-B-£-T 5«s"-Pns] 
Bespon'Bible, 2is>-Pns-B- 

L [fls'-Pns] 
Bespon'sibleness, bb^ 

Pus-B-t-Ns t:B6] 
Bespon'sibly, Bs'-PnsS- 

L [Bs'-Pns] 
Bespon'sive, iSs'-F-Ns-V 
Bespon'siveiy, Sb'-f-Ns- 

V-i 
Bespon'sireneBS, 7is>-F- 

Ns-V-Ns [«s>-PnsiVs] 
Bespon'sory, Ksi-P-Ne-B 
Best, iest», iJs»-Td, iJst(-)= 
Bes'taurant, JRsS-T -Bnt 
Bestaurateur', iBs'or'-T- 

B\x 
Beatem , As^-T-SI 
BesViff, «82-Tr 
Bes'tifihess, An^-Tf-KB 
BeBf ing, JZstc-)' 
Besfing-place, iZs'-T- 

NG-Fls 
Bestitu'tion, JBss-T-TEhn 
Best'ive, Hss-Tv 
Best'iveneSB, iesS-Tv-Ns 
Besf lesB, ie^-sLs 
Besf lesBly, £--8£s-£ 
BestoT'able, i88»-T-B-Bl 
Bestora'tiou, B^-1-B^-a 



BeBtora'tioniBt, Bef-l 

Bshn-St 
Beator'atire, /Js'-T-At-V 
Bes'torator, As^-T-iitr 
Kestore', iJsS-T-E, JJs>-T- 

Ed.iJs2-T fl-NG 
BeBtor'er, J?s=-T-Br 
Bestrain', £°-BTcn, ii^- 

sTmd. B»-RTim-W» 
BeBtrl^a'able, ii>-sTr-H- 

Bl 
Eeatraiu'edly, ie»-aTr-N- 

D-i 
Bestrain'er, JJs-sTr-Nr 
Beatrainf , Ji'-sTrnt 
Beatricf , iJ"-sTr-Kt. S>- 

sTr-K-Td. «3-BTr-Kt-NG 
Beatric'tion, iJ'-BTt- 

KBhn 
Eestriot'ive, JP-sTr-Kt-V 
KestriefiTeiy, fia-sTr- 

Kt-v-i; 

Beatringe', iP-sTp-N-J 
Beatrin'gency, iBa-sTr- 

•N-Jn-S 
Beatrin'gent, «»-BTr-N- 

Jiit 
Eest'y, BsS-T 
BeaulV, £:-7,Lt, £3-z£-Td. 

iP-zit-HG 
BeaulVance, S'-z^-Tns 
Beaulf ant, ii'--z£-Tnt 
Beaum'able, K>-zM-Bl 
Beaume', (razuma') B^- 

Z-M 
Beaume', ii^-z^, S^-zMd, 

Ba-zM-NG 
Beaum'mon, B^-sMn 
Beaump'tion, JJ^-zHsIin 
Besump'tive, fi^-zMt-V 
Besu'pinate, Bb'-F-N-t 
Besu'pine, iSs'-Pn 
Beaurrec'tion, Bz> - B - 

KBhn 
Beaurrec'tioniat, Bz^-B- 

KshnSt 
Besurvey, Bs^-B-v, Bs'- 

fl-Vd, Bs«-B.V-NG 
BeBua'citate, B^-Ss-Tt, 

B»-Ss-T-Td. B2-SB-Tt(-) 
Besuscita'tion, B' - Bs - 

Tshn 
Beaua'citative, B'-Ss-T- 

Tt 
Betail', B^-T-L, B>-T-Ld. 

B2-T-L-NG (Bt»-L, etc.) 
Be'tail, BS-T-L (Bt"-L) 
Betail'er or Be'tailer, 

B«orS-T-i-E 
Betain', B'-Tn, B^-Tnd, 

B2-Tn-NG 
Betain'er, B'-T-Np 
Betake', B«-T-S, Ba-T-K- 

NG 
Betak'en,'B3-T-En 
Betal'iate, Bi-T-it, Bi-T- 

i-Td, Ri-T-£tNG 
Eetalia'tion, BS-T-ishn 
Eetal'iative, B'-T-Zt-V 
Betal'latory, B'-T-it-B 



BET 

Betard', B«-T-Bd, Bi-T- 

B-Dd, Bi-T-Bd-NG 
Betarda/tion, b^-t-b- 

Dsbn 
Betard'er, Bi-T-B-Dp 
Betard'ment, B>-T-Bd- 

Mnt 
Betcll, K'-CB., B«-CHt, 

B8-0H-HG 
Betell', B2-T-L, b^-t-L- 

NG 
Beten'tion, B^-T-Nshn 
Beten'tive, B»-Tiit-v 
Beten'tiveneBS, B--Tnt- 

V-Nb [iVB3 
Be'tiary, B>-SH-B 
Bef icence, BtsS-Ns 
Bef ioency, BtB^-N-s 
Bet'icent, Bts'-Nt 
Bef icle, B'-T-Kl , 
Betio'ular, B^-T-Kl-K 
Betio'ulate, B»-T-Flf 
Betic'ulated, BS-T-KI-Td 
Beticula'tion, B> - T - 

KlBhn 
Bef icule, B^-T-Kl 
Bef ifonn, Bt^-F-B-H 
Bef ina, Bt«-N 
Bef inal, Bts-N-L 
Bef inoid, Bts-N-D 
Bef inue, Bts-N (with final 

tick as in New. ) 
Betire', B'-t-E, B'-T-Ed, 

Bi-T-BNQ (Bti-E! Eti- 

Bd, Eti-B-NG) 
Betired'ly, Bi - T - Ed - Z 

(Kt"-Bd-i) 
Betired'neas, B'-T-Bd- 

Ns (Rt'-Bd-Ne) 
Betire'inent, B» - T - E - 

Mnt (Eti-K-Mnt>) 
Betiiying, B>-T-B-NG 

(Et'-B-NG) 
Eetold', B»-T-Ld 
Betook', B'-T-K 
BetorV, B'-T-Et. E'-T-B- 

Td. B>-T-Bt-NG (Et'-Kt, 

Et»-B-Td, Btl-Bt-NG) 
Betort'er, Bi-T-Btr (Bf- 

atr) 
Betor'tion, B'-T-Bslin 

(Bti-Bshn) 
EetoBS', B'-Ts 
Eetouoh', RS-T-OH, B«-T- 

OHt, B»-T-CH-NG 
Betraoe', Rs-Trs, B»-Trst, 

BS-TrB-NG 
Betracf , Btr>-Kt, Btr'-K- 

Td. Btp»-Kt-NG 
Betracfable, Btr'-Kt-El 
Betracta'tion, Btr^-K- 

TBhn 
Betracfible, Btr'-Kt-Bl 
Betracf lie, Blri-Kt-L 
Betrac'tion, Btr>-Eslui 
Betracf ive, Btr'-Kt-V 
Betrax'it, Btr'-Ka-T 
Betread', B^-Tr-D 
Betreaf, B»-Trt, B»-Tr 

Td, BS-Trtf) 



KET 

Betrenoh', B'-Tr-TH-CS- 

iP-Tr-N-CHt, iJS-Tr-N, 

CH-NG 
Betrench'ment, K'-Tr- 

N-CH-Mut 
Eetrio'ute, KtrS-Bt 
Betribu'tion, iStr^-Bslin 
Retpilvutive, Btr'-Bt-V 
Eetrib'utory, Btv'-Bt-R 
Eetriev'able-y, iJ'-Tr-V- 

W 
Eetriev'ableness, H'-Tr- 

V-B1-N3 [«a-Trv !B6] 

Eetriev'al, R' Tr-Vl 
Eetrieve', ii'-Trv, ij»- 

Trvd. B3 Trv-NG 
Eetriev'ment, B^Trr- 

Mnt 
Eetriev'er, JB'-Tr-Vr 
Eetroacf, iJi-Tr-Kt, fli- 

Tr-KTtl. iei-Tr-Kt-NG 
Betroac'tion, Jji - Tr - 

Eshn 
Betroacfive, iJi-Tr-Kt-V 
Eef rocede, B'Trs-D 
Eetroces'sion, R'-Tisshn 
Eef roflex, B^-Tr-Fl Ks 
Befroflezed, Rf-Tr-'Fl- 

Kst 
Eet'rofraet, iP-Trf-E-Kt 
Bet'rofraoted, B'-Trt-R- 

KTd 
Betrograda'tion, ija-Tr 

Gr-Dshn 
Befrograde, i!>-Tr-Gra, 
iZ«-Tr-Gr-Dd, ija-Tr-Grd 
NG 
Betrogres'sion, J22-Tr- 

Grshn 
Betrogrea'aive, B'-Ti- 

Grs-V 
Eef roapeot, iP-TrsP-Kt 
Eetroapec'tion, ie^-Tr- 

sP-Eshn 
Betrospect'iTe, r^-Tt- 

sP-Kt-V 
Betrospeof ively, S=-Tr- 

sP-Kt-v-L 
Betrover'aion, ijs - Tr - 

Vrshn 
Eef rovert, IP-Tr-Vrt 
Eef ting, M' NG 
Betum', B' T Rn, B'-T- 
Bnd, RfT-BaNQ (Rf- 
Ba, Bt^iiud, RVBa- 
NG) 
Betum'able, B=-T.Bn-B- 

L (Bt»-iBn-B-L) 
Beturn'-day, B-T-Ru-D 

(Rt« Bn-D) 
Betum'er, B=-T-ai-R 

(Kt! KnE) 
Beturn'less, iea-T-iZn-Zs 

(KfiSnie) 
Betu^e', B'-la 
Beun'ion, R^-Yn-TS 
Eeunite', R'-Y-TS T. R^- 

Y N Td. iSi-Y-N T-NG 
Eeveal', iJ"-V-L, iea-V-Ld, 
a»-T-L-NG 



227 

Beveal'able, ie'-v-i-Bl 
Bereal'ableness, jis-v- 

/;-Bl-Ns [iBs] 
Eeveal'er, B'-w-L-R 
Eeveal'ment, *»-V-L- 

Milt 
Beveil'le, B'-V-L 
Eev'el, «!!-V-L, fl!-V-Ld, 

/ea-VL-NG 
Eevela'tion, B^-v-ishn 
Eev'eler, ies-Y-i-E 
Eev'el-rout, B'-Y-L-Bt 
Eev'elry, B'-V-L-B 
Eevend'ioate, Bt-Ynd-Kt 
Eeveudica'tion, B'-Ynd 

Kshn 
Bevenge', R'-Y-TS-J, ip 

V-N-Jd. iJ2-V-N-J-NG 
Eevenge'lul-ly, ies-V-N- 

J-ri 
Eevenge'fulness, Ri-Y- 

N-J-Fl-Ns [iFsJ 
Eeven'ger, ze-' V-N-Jr 
Bev'enue, B'-YH 
Eey'enue-outfer, B'-Y- 

N-Ktr 
BeT'enue-officer, R'-y- 

N-FsR 
Bev'enue-stamp, ie=-V- 

Ns-T-M-P 
Bever'Jjeraat, Ry'-R- 

Bmt 
BeverTierate, Bv'-B-Brt, 

Rv'-R-Br-'Id, Bv'-B- 

BrtC) 
EeTerbera/tion, Rv'-R- 

Brshn 
Bever'beratory, Bv'-B- 

Bit-B 

Eevere', ie'V-B, B'-Y- 

B3, Jja-V-E-NG 
Ber'erence, BvS.Rna, 

ieva-Bust, Bv2.H-Ns-NG 
Bev'erenoer, JSv^ -le-Ns-E 
Eev'erend, Rv'-Bnd. 

When employed as a title, 

use abreTlation iZ^-V, as 

H2-V Dri Krz-B' (Eev. 

Dr. Crosby) 
BeT'ereut, Bv'-Bnt 
Beveren'tial, Bv'-R-TH- 

SHI iRv'-Bm 
BeTeren'tially, iJv'-K-N 

sm [BvS fin] 
Eev'erently, Bv'-Rat-L 
Eever'er, B'-YSr 
Beverie', Ri-Y-R 
Eever'xal, Ry'-Re-li 
Eeverse', R-v'-Ra, Ry'- 

Rst. BvS-ies-NG 
Eeverse'ly, Rv'-R-aL 
Eevers'er, Ry'-R-sR 
Eevers'ible, BvS-ite-B-L 
Eever'aion, iJv2 .Bslin I 
Eever'sionary, Bvs 

Bshn -fi 
Eever'sioner. JJv^ -fishn 

B 
Eeverf, Ry^Bt, Ry-R- 

Td, Byt-Bt-TSa 



KEY 

Eeverf er, Bvs-Btr 

Eeverf ible, /Bv2.flt-Bl 

BoTerf ive, /Jv^-iet-V 

Bev'ery, Bv'-B 

Eavesf, iJS-Vst, Bs.ys, 

Td, ie2.Vst(-) 
Eevesfment, Bf-Ys-T- 

Mnt 
Eevefment, fl^-vt-Mnt 
Eevi'brate, B'-V-Brt 
EevieW, R3-Y, iJJ-Td, 

fiS-v-NG 
Beview'er. H'-V-E 
Eevile', fi'-V-L, fii-V-Ld, 

ftl-V-L-NG 
Eevil'er. Ri-Y-L E 
Eeviu'dicate, «3-Vnd-Kt 
Bevis'al, fii-Vz-L 
Eevise', fl'-Vz, B'-Vzd, 

fi'-Vz-NG 
Eevis'er, R^-Y-Zr 
Eevi'Bion, iJ^Vzhn 
Bevis'ional, fis.vzhn-Z 
Bevis'ionary, iJ'-Vzhu-B 
Beris'it, fis-Vz-T, K'-Vz- 

Td. fis-vz T-MG 
Bevisita'tioii, B'-Yz- 

Tshn 
EeTi'sory, H'-Vz -« 
Eevi'val,«i-V-VJ 
Eeviv'alist, «>-v-VlBt 
Bevive', R'-y-y, ri-y- 

Yd. iJ>-Y-V-NG 
Beviv'er, 28'-VYr 
BeTiviflca/tion, R'-Y-Y- 

F-Eshn 
Eeviv'ify, i!3-Y-v-P, ip. 

Y-V-Fd, fiH-Y-V-F-NG 
Eevivia'cence, S'-Y-Ys- 

Ns 
Bevivis'cenoy, iS'-V-Ys- 

N-S 

Eeyivia'oent, B^-Y-Ya- 

Nt 
Eeviv'or, fi'-Y-Yr 
Bevooabil'ity, iJ'-Y-K- 

Bl-T 
Eev'ocable, 2P V-K-Bl 
Eev'ooablenesB, a^-V-K- 

Bl-Ns [IBs] 
Eevoca'tion, B=-Y-Kshn 
Eev'ocatory, B'-V-K-T-R 
Eeroke', fl^-V-K, R'-Y-K- 

T, JB" V K NG 
Bevoke'meut, iP-V-K- 

Mnt 
Bevolf, Uvi-tt, Ry^-L- 

Xd. iJvi-it-NG 
BeYolf er, flv'-itr 
Eev'oluble, Bv'-t-Bi 
Bey'olute, Ry'-Lt 
BeYolu'tion, Rv'-Lshn 
Eevolu'tionary, Ry>- 

Xshn-ii 
Eevolu'tioner, Ry^-Laba 

-R 
Eavolu'tionism, By'- 

Lshn-Z-M. 
BeTOlu'tionist, Bv'- 

i^shn-St 



REV 

BeTOlu'tionize, Rv' - 

ZsbiiZ, By'-Lsim-Zi, 

«v»-i.shn-Z-Na 
Bevolve', BvUl-V, BvI- 

£-Vd, flvi-i.V-NG 
Bevolv'enoy, Bv'-i-Vn- 

S 
EevolT'er, Bvi-i-Vr 
Bevul'sion, Av'-Lshn 
Eevul'sive, Rv'-Lb-v 
Eeward', iJ'-Wrd, ai-Wr 

•Dd. iJ'-Wrd-NG 
Beward'able, B'-'Wrd-Bl 
Eeward'er, iJi-Wrdr 
Beward'lesa, fii-Wrd-is 
Eewrite', iJ'-B-T 
Bewrifing, Bi -fl-T-NG 
EewriVten, iP-B-Tn 
Eey'nard, iP-Nrd 
Bhabdol'ogy, iJi-Bd-i-J 
Bhab'doiuancy, ii'-Bd- 

Mn-S 
Ehapsod'ic, B>-P8-D-E 
Bhapsod'ical, £>-Fs-D- 

El 
Bhap'sodist, £>-Ps-DBt 
Bhap'sody, ii<-Ps-D 
Bhen'ish, iZn'-SH 
Bhe'ter, Rti' 
Btaef oric, Rlifl-K 
BhetoiVical-ly, B^-T-R- 

El 
Bhetori'dan, £>-T-i!slm 
Eheum, R'-M 
Eheumaf ic, B>-Mt-E 
Eheu'matism, E»-M.T- 

zM (Rs-Mtz-M) 
Bheum'y, if-M 
Bhi'no, 7J>-N 
Bhinoce'rial, JP-Ns-iJl 
Bhinoc'eroB, B'-TSs-Rn 
Ehinoplas'tic, Je'-N-Pls- 

T-K 
Bhi'noplasty, £i-N-PIs- 

T 
Bhizo'ma, R'-z,M 
Eho'dium, R'D-1i 
Ehododen'dron, R'-D- 

I>»N-Dm 
Bhodomontade', R'-Ti- 

Mnt'D 
Bhomb, Ri-M-B 
Ehom'bic, B'-M-B-E 
Ehom'boid, R'-M-B-D 
Ehombbid'al, Ri-M-B-Dl 
Bhom'bus, Ri-M-Bs 
Ebu'barb, ii^-B-B-B 
Bumb, E»-M-B 
Bhumb'-line, B<-M-B-£n 
Bhyme, Bi-M, Bi-Md, 

Ri-M-NG 
Ehym'er, Ri-Wr 
Bhym'ist, B'-Mst 
Ehym'ster, B>-M8tr 
Bhythm, B'-tH-M or iJ»- 

DH-M 
Bhyth'inio, fls-TH-M-E 

or Ba-DH-M-E 
Ehyth'mioal, jRS-TH-M- 

KliirB«-DH-M-Kl 



228 

Ei'al, iJ»ori-L 

Eial'to, R'-L-T 

Bib, iP-B, B'-Bi, B«-B 

NG 
Bib'ald, B'-Bld 
Eib'aldry, B^Bld-B 
Eib'and or Bib'band, R> 

-Bnd 
Bib'bing, B'-B-NG 
Eib'bou, R'-Bn, B^Bnd, 

fl'-Bn-NG 
Bib'-grasB, B'-B-Grs 
Bib'roast, R'-B-Rst 
Bice, Bsi 

Bice'-paper, Bs'-P-Pr 
Bich, «3.CH, B3-CHr, Bf- 

CHst 
Bich'es, B^.cHz 
Eioh'ly, R'-CB-L 
Bich'ness, /P-CH-Ns 
Biok, ija-E 

Bick'-cloth, BS-E-El-TH 
Biok'ets, R'-KIb 
Blok'ety, iJ'-K-T 
EicocheV. B^-E-SH, Ri- 

E-SHd, BS-E-SH-NG or 

R'-K-SHt, etc. 
Bid, BS-D, B'-Di, B'-B- 

NG 
Eid'dance, R^-Bna 
Bid'den, B'-Bn 
Bid'dle, iP-Sl, B>-Dld, 

fla-Di-sra 

Bid'dler, BS-Dl-B 
Bide, B'-D. B<-D-NG 
Bideau', B>-D 
Eld'er, Bi-Dr 
Bid'erless, B'-Dr-is 
Bidge, R'-J, B>-3d, R'-J- 

HG 
Eidge'-pole, B^-J-P-L 
Eidg'y, B3- J 
Bidlcule, B^-D-El, B»-D- 

Eld, Ba-D-El-NG 
Bid'iouler, B»-D-K1-B 
Bidic'ulous, B>-D-Els 
Bidic'iaously, B»-D-E1- 

sL 
BidiCuloasneBS, Rf-B- 

Els-Ns 
Bid'inR, Bi-D-NG 
Bid'ing-coat, B>-D-NG- 

Et 
Bid'lng-habit, B'-D-NG- 

Bt 
Bid'iQg-hood, Bi-D-NG- 
. Hd 
Bid'ing-BCliool, B> - D - 

NGs-El 
Eidotfto.Bi-D-T 
Eife, Bfi 
Eife'ly, BP-L 
Eife'ness, Bi-P-Ns 
Blffraff, Bf'Bf 
Bi'fle, Bfi-i^ Bfi-id, Bfi- 

Z-NQ 
Bi'fle-man, JJP-i-Mn 
Bi'fler, Bf i-i-R 
Bift, Bfta, B»-r-Td, BttO" 
Biff y, fl»-F-T 



BIN 

Big, B»-a, BS-Gd, BS-a 

NG 
Eig'adoon, B'-G-Dn 
Biga/tion, B^-Gshn 
Big'ger, B^-Gr 
Big'ging, B3-G-NG 
Eight, Bf, B'-Td, Bti. 

NO 
Eight'-angle, Bt'-NG-GI 
EighV-aBgled, Bt'-NG- 

Gld 
Bighf eous, Bi-CRs 
Bighf eously, B>-CH-s£ 
Bighf eoasnesB, b>-ghs- 

Ns 
Bighfer, Btr> 
Bighf ful, Bt'-r-L 
Bighf fully, Bti-F-i 
Bighffulness, Bti-F-I> 

Ns [Bt'tFB] 
Bighf -hand, B>-T-HQd 
Bighf -handed, Bi - T - 

Hn-Dd 
Bighf ly, Bt> -i 
Bighf ness, Bt'-Ns 
Big'id, B3-Jd 
Bigid'ity, B'- Jd-T 
Big'idly, B^-Jd-i 
Big'idness, B^-Jd-Ns 
Eig'marole, B^-G-M-Bl 
Big'or, B'-Gr 
Big'orous, H'-Grs 
Big'orously, B^-Gr-sL 
Big'orouaness, Bii-Gis- 

Ns 
Eae, Bi-L, B'-Ld, Bi-L- 

NG 
Bill, B^-L 
Billed, B>-Iid 
Bim, B3-M, BS-Md, B'-M- 

NG 
Bime, B>-M 
Bimose', B^-Us 
Eimos'ity, B>-Ms-T 
Ei'mous, Ri-Ms 
Bim'ple, B'-M-PI, W-ii- 

Pld, B»-M-P1-NG 
Bim'y, R'-M 
Bind, BDd> 
Ein'dle, lis-Nd-L 
Eing, BS-NG, Ba-NGd, B8- 

NG-HG 
Bing'-bolt, BS-NG-B-Lt 
Bing'dove, B»-NG-Dv 
Eing'er, B3-NGr 
Eing'-fiuger, B^-NG-P- 

NGr 
Eing'ing, fi'-NG-NG 
Bing'leader, B^-NG-Z-Di 

(or -idi) 
Bing'let, B»-NG-it 
Bing'-master, B'-NG- 

Mstr 
Bing'-streaked, B»-NG- 

sTr-Et 
Bing'-tail, B'-NG-T-L 
Bing'worm, B^-NG-Wr- 

M 
BinBe, Bns>, Bnst>, Bns'- 

NG 



RIN 

Bins'er, Kiis» R 

Ri'ot, fii-T, K'-Td, Xi-T- 

NG 
Bi'oter, Ri-Tr 
Ri'otous, «i-Ts 
Ri'otously, ai-T-si 
Bi'otousuess, R'-Tb-TSb 
Bip, «3-p, ifJ-Pt, «»-P-NQ 
Bipa'rlan, S<-P-£a 
Bipe, fli-P, ei-Pr, iJ'-Pst 
Bipe'ly, B^t-L 
Bip'en, «'-Pn, /J>-Pna, 

fl»-Pn-Ua 
Eipe'ness, 281-P-Nb 
Bip'per, R'-Vi 
Bip'ple, R'-Vl, R'-Fli, IP- 

pi-Na 

Bip'rap, fi»-p.jj.p 
Bise, Rz\ £z>-Na 
Eis'en, iezs-!f 
Bia'er, fii-Zr 
Bisibil'ity, BzS-B-L-T 
Bis'ible, iSz»-B-L 
Bia'ing, £zi-NCr 
Bisk, iJs»-K, iSs>-Kt, Rs'- 

KNG 
Bisk'er, iJs-sKr 
Eisk'y, Jfs3-K 
Bite, Bti 

Ritornelle', H»-Tr-Nl 
Bitornel'lo, R'-1t-N-L 
Bif usl. a'-CH-L 
Bifualisin, B^-OB-Lz-i/L 
Bif nallst, Ba-CH-£st 
Bif ually, B'-Oa-L 
Bi'val, Rvi-L, Ry^-La, 

Kvi-i-NG 
Ei'valry, Rt^-L-R 
Bi'valship, Bvi-i-SH-P 
Bire, «vi, fivdi, iSvC)' 
Biv'el, «v»-£, Sts-M 

JJvS-i-NG 
Biven, «3-Vn 
Biv'er, Krs-iS 
BiT'ered, BT»-JJd 
Biv'er-god, Bv'-ltGd 
Biv'er-hoise, JJva-B-Hra 
Eiv'et, S»-Vt, a».V-Td, 

K3.Vt-NG 
EiTOse', «2-Vs 
Biv'ulet, «'-V-it 
Biz'-dollar, iP-Ks-D-£- 

B 
Biz'zered, K'-Zrd 
Boach, A'-CH 
Boad, B?-T) 
Eoad'-bed, B»-D-Bd 
Eoad'stead, K^^-Ds-Td 
Boad'ster, B^-Detr 
Boam, Rz-M, B^^-Mcl, B>- 

M-HG 
Boam'er, R^-Mr 
Boan, Kn^ 
Boar, B2-iS, 7P-B-D, B!^-R- 

NG 
Eoaiyer, fis-fir 
Boar'ing, B'-fl-NG 
Eoar'y, R- B 
Boast, Bsts. BB'-Td, BstO" 
Boasf er, Bstr^ 



229 

Bob, B>B, /i'-Bd, «i-B- 

NG 
Rob'ber, B<-Br 
Eob'bery, B'-B-B 
Bobe, B'-B, £'-Bd, B<-B. 

NG 
Bob'in, B>-Bii 
Bob'oraut, B'-B-Biit 
Bobusf , B2-Bst 
Bobust'ness, B^-Bs-T-Ns 

[-Bb-Ns] 
Boo, B»-K • 
Boche'-alum, B'-K-L-M 
Boohelle' Powders, B?- 

8H1-P-Drz 
Eooh'et, B>-CHt 
Bock, B'-K, B'-Kt, Bl-K- 

NG 
Eook'-alum, B'-KL-M 
Book'away, «iK-W 
Eock'-crystal, B'-K-Krs- 

T-L 
Book'er, B>-Kr 
Eook'et, B"-Kt 
Bock'iness, B>-E-Ns 
Bock'ing, B'-K-NG 
Eock'iug-cliair, b>-k- 

NO-CHr 
Bock'ing-stone, B>-E- 

NGs-Tn 
Bookless, B>-E-£s 
Bock'-oil, B'-K-£ 
Bock'-salt, B>-E-s£t 
Eook'-work, B'-E-Wr-E 
Book'y, B'-K 
Eod, B«-D 
Bode, B>D 
Eo'dent, B^-Dnt 
Boden'tia, BS- Dn-SH 
Bod'omont, B'-D-Mnt 
BodomontEide', B>-I>- 

Mnt-D 
Bodomontad'ist, Bi-D- 

Mntpst 
Boe, B^ 

Boe'buck, B^-B-E 
Boga'tion, B'-Gshn 
Bogue, B»-G . 
Bogu'ery, BS-Gr 
Bogu'ish, BS-O-SH 
Eogu'ishly, B^G-SBl' 
Bogu'istmess, B'-G-SH- 

Ns 
Boil, B>-L, Bi-Ld, B«-L- 

NG 
Boil'y, B^L 
Boint, Biit> 
Eois'ter, Bstr> 
Bois'terer, Bi-sTr-B 
Bole, Bl> 

BoU, Bl'. Bids. B1»-NG 
BoU'-caU, Bia-Kl 
EoU'er, Bl^-B 
Eol'lic, B' £-E, B'-i-K-T, 

B'-LK-NG 
BoU'ing-mill, Bl^-NG-Ml 
BoU'ing-pin, flls-NG-Pn 
BoU'ing-press, Bl'-NG 

Prs 
Eoll'y-poUy. Bl»-P-£ 



BOP 

Boma'ic, B'M-K 
BomaV,Bi-Ml 
Bo'man, B'-Mn 
Bo'man Catholic, B>- 

Mn-E-TH-i-E [BS-E- 

THJ \ 

Bomance', B'-Mns^ B>- 

M-Nst. Ei-M-NB-Nff 
Boman'cer, B>-M-N8-B 
Bomanesque', B<-U-Ns- 

K 
Boman'ic, B'-Mn-E 
Bo'manish, B<-IIn-8H 
Bo'manism, B'-Mn-Z-U 
Bo'manist, B^-Mn-St 
Bo'manize, B>-M-Nz, E»- 

M«-Nzd, B»-M-Nz-Na 
Bomansch', Bi-Mn-SH 
Boman'tic, B'-Mnt-E 
Boman'tically, B'-Unt- 

E-Z, 
Boman'ticism, Bi-Mnt- 

Sz-M 
Boman'ticness, B>-Iiliit- 

E-Ns 
Bom'ish, B3-M'SH 
Bom'ist, B2 Mst 
Eomp, Bi-M-P, B>-Ut, 

E'-M-P-NG 
Bomp'ish, B>-M-P-SH 
Bomp'ishly, B'-M-p-sm 
Bomp'ishness, B'-M-F- 

SH-NS 

Bondeau', B>-K-D 

BoQ'do, B'-N-D 

Bon'ion, BS-NYn 

Bood, B>-D 

Boot: Bf» flft", BfC)» 

Booking, ««•)» 

Boof less, Bfs-Zs 

Boof let, BP-it 

Boof-tree, B»-F-Tr 

Boofy, B»-P 

Book, B>-E, B3-Et, B'-K- 

NG 
Book'ery, B»^r 
Book'y, B?E. 
Boom, B>-M, B3-Md, B>- 

M-NG 
Boom'foll, B»- M-Fl 
Boom'iness, B*-llI-Ns 
Boom'y, B>-M 
Boost, Bst>, Bs> - Td, 

BstIO' 

Boosf er, B6tr» 
Boosf ing, Bst(')' 
Boot, Bt», B3-Td, Bts-NG 
Boof edly, B»-Td-i 
Boof er, Btr» 
Boof let, Bt'-it 
Boof y, B'-T 
Bope, B«-P, B»-Pt, B»-P- 

NG 
Bope'-danoer, B»-P-D- 

Nr-R [-D-sB] 
Bope'-ladder, B^-P-i-Dr 
Bop'ery, B'-P-B 
Bope'-walk, B»-P-W-K 
Bope'-walker, Bs-P-W- 

Kr 



ROP 

Bope'-yam, iP-p-Tm 
Bop'iness, iJs-P-Ns 
Bop'isb, B-P-3U 
Bop'y, ips-p 
Boq'uelaure, ii>-E-C-B 
Bo'ral, ip-m 
Borif erouB, B'-Bt-Bs 
Bor'qual, E'-B-Kw-Ij 
Eo'ry, «!-« 
Bosa'ceous, jZ>-zSHb 
Bo'sary, Bz'-B 
Bose, iiz> 
Bo'seal, Sz>-L 
Bo'seate, iJz«-T 
Bose'-bug, Bz'-B-Q 
Bose'-colored, Bz' - K - 

ird 
Bose'mary, ii<-zM-ii 
Bo'set, Bz'-T 
Bosette', Bz'-T 
Bose'-water, B'-zWtt 
BoBe'-window, ii^-zWn- 

D 
Bose'-wood, IP-zWd 
Bosicru'cian, ii^-zErshn 
Bos'm, Azi-N, iizi-Nd, 

Uzi-N-NG 
Bos'iness, Bz^-Ns 
Bos'lny, iJz>-N 
Boss, Ba^ 
Bos'tel, £si-T-Ii 
BoB'ter, Astri 
Bos'tral, iii-sTr-L 
Bos'trate, ie>-sTrt 
Bos'trated, «i-sTrTa 
Bos'triform, B'-sTr-Fr- 

M 
Bos'tnim, R'-sTr-M 
Bos'y, Bi-Z, B^-Zr. Bi-Zst 
Bot, iZti. Ji>-Td, £ti-NG 
Bo'ta, iJS-T 
Bo'tary, fi'-T-i! 
Bo'tate, iJ«Tt, BS-T-Td, 

««-TtC) 
Bota'tion, IP-Tehn 
BcVtative, B'-T-Tv 
Btytatory, Rt-T-T-B (-Tt- 

B) 
Bote, £f 
Bot'ten, Bt'-N 
Eot'tenneas, Ht>-N-N9 
Bof ten-stone, Kt'-Ns-Tii 
Bof ting, «t'-NG 
Botund', iP-Tnd 
Botun'da, iis-Tn-D 
• Botundifo'liouB, ii'-Tnd 

F-£s 
Botund'ity, B^-Tnd-T 
Bouobe, £S-SH 
Boue', iZ^ 
Bouge, iZ>-ZH, B>-ZHd, 

£»-ZH-N0 
Bough, (a.) BP, Bt'-B, 

/P-Fet 
Bough, (V.) BP, BtV, 

BtCfi 
Bough'-oast, iP-F-Eat 
Bough'-draught, ii^-F- 

Drft 
Bough'-draw, iS^-F-Dr 



230 

Bough'en, B'-¥n, Sf- 

Fnd, fi»-Fn-NG 
Bough'-hew, BP-H, St>- 

Hd. BP-H-NG 
Bough'ly, BP-L 
Bough'nesB, fl>-F-Ns 
Bough'-rider, BfB-Di 
Bough'shod, B'--F-SHd 
Eough'-work, iJ'-F-Wr- 

K 
Bough'-WTOUght, Bt' ■ 

fit 
Bouleau', IP-L 
Boulette', S'-Lt 
Bounce, fins> 
Bound, (a.) Bndi, iindr', 

find>-8t 
Bound, (v.) Bnd>, B>-N- 

Dd. find'-NG 
Bound'about, findi-Bt 
Boun'del, fi>-Nd-L 
Boun'delay, find>-£ 
Bound'head, Bndi-Hd 
Bound'house, findi-Hs 
Bound'ing, Bndi-NG 
Bound'isfi, Bud'-SH 
Bound'let, Boi^-Lt 
Bound'ly, Bndi-L 
Bound'nesB, Bnd'-Ns 
Bound'-ridge, Bnd'-B-J 
Bound'-robin, Bnd>-B- 

Bn 
Bound'-top, Bnd>-T-P 
Bouse, Bz>. fizdi, fizi-NQ 
Bous'er, Bi-Zi 
Bous'ing, Bz>-Na 
Boust, Bst> 

Bout, Bti. B'Td, Bt»-NG 
Boute, Bfori 
Boutine', B'-Tn 
Bout'ing, Bt'-NG 
Bove, Bv'. Bvd', Bv(-)' 
Bov'er, Bt2-B 
Bow, IP, B2-D, B«-NG 
Bov, B» 
Bow'dy, Sl-D 
Bow'dyish, jt'-D-SH 
Bowel, B>-L, B'-Ld, Si- 

L-NG 

Bowen, B